SoCal lineman makes the call

There is another player from La Mirada, Calif., who has received an offer and has decided where he will continue his education and play college football.
Two-way standout E.J. Galvez (6-2, 260) was just offered by Nevada and committed has learned.
"They were the first division one school to offer," Galvez said. "Coach Baumgartner (Scott Baumgartner) and the recruiting coordinator were at school today, they are a power running team, only team in the history of college football to have three 1,000 yd rushers in one season.
"Nevada is a great academic school in a great town," Galvez said. "I'm excited, it's only the stepping stone to what I want to accomplish as a player and person.
"I'm going to get better every day," Galvez said. "I will give Nevada my heart and soul with one goal of helping Nevada win Championships."
On a team that has two other D-I prospects along the offensive front, it was Galvez that walked away with the league offensive lineman of the year award.
Nevada gets player who has a mean streak while on the field and keen desire to succeed. There are reasons why Nevada has consistently been a winner. They indentify players like Galvez and develop them.
Galvez was also getting recruiting looks from Air Force, Boise State, Brigham Young, Colorado, UNLV and Washington State.
Solid get for Nevada.