There will be no doubt that this SoCal running back/safety will be one of the most highly recruited players in California and perhaps the nation for the class of 2006. This young man is the complete package and is already being heavily recruited. He has even already received an offer from a Pac-10 school.
Let Rivals.com introduce you CJ Gable (6-1, 190, 4.4) from Sylmar, Calif., this will not be the last time you read about this extremely talented running back.
"CJ is phenomenal," Sylmar coach London Woodfin said. "I think he's the best and most exciting football player I have coached in my ten years of coaching."
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Woodfin isn't the only one who is impressed with Gable.
USC coach Pete Carroll found time in December to make it by the school specifically to see Gable.
Cal wanted to be the first school to offer the talented athlete so the Bears have an official offer on the table for the talented junior.
UCLA is also very high on Gable and the Bruins could be the next school to offer him.
The California schools aren't the only schools showing Gable love.
Washington, Washington State, Arizona and Notre Dame are just a sampling of the schools that are showing early interest in Gable.
Gable was selected all-league, all-area and all-city in 2004 after rushing for 2,023 yards and 23 touchdowns while averaging 11.2 yards per carry. He is also a threat catching the ball as he had 14 receptions for 230 yards and two more touchdowns while averaging 16.4 yards per catch.
On defense Gable is a very physical free safety who accounted for 81 tackles and four interceptions.
"CJ has size, speed, strength, aggression, agility and he's smart," Woodfin said. "He's the complete package."
"CJ is a very tenacious runner," Woodfin said. "He will run over you or by you. He will do whatever it takes."
"CJ doesn't back down at all," Woodfin said. "He loves contact."