Offensive lineman Geoffrey Schwartz (6-7, 295, 5.2) from Pacific Palisades, Calif., has seen his stock soar this spring. He was invited to and attended junior days at both Stanford and UCLA. Schwartz was also invited to and attended a one day camp at Cal and this past week he showed up one day each at both UCLA and USC camps.
Schwartz is now one of the hottest offensive line targets on the west coast he has recently received two offers from Arizona and Stanford. The word is there are several offers pending.
Schwartz is also in final list of player from southern California will be picked to participate in U.S. Army high school all star game being played in San Antonio this coming winter.
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Besides being an outstanding football player Schwartz had an incredible junior year in baseball by being selected first-team all-league pitcher, chosen as most improved on the baseball team and recognized by the coach as “The Rock” of the team, the player probably most responsible for the team getting to and ultimately winning the Invitational Bracket championship at Dodger Stadium this past year.
Schwartz will be playing American Legion and Connie Mack baseball this summer as well as he’s attending the Stanford baseball camp this summer.
Schwartz is a neophyte to the game of football and a diamond in the rough with unlimited potential. Now there are plenty of D-I schools that are vying to supply the polish the will help him take his football talent to the next level
The amazing thing about Schwartz is he hasn’t spent a lot of time in the weight room since he moves from one sport to another. Once he starts a weightlifting program he’s only going to get bigger, stronger and better. Schwartz did record a very impressive 28-inch vertical jump at the Nike Camp held at USC last May.
Schwartz is becoming a very hot item on the recruiting trail. He is getting recruiting action besides offers from Arizona and Stanford, the likes of UCLA, USC, Oregon, Washington, Washington State, Colorado, Nebraska, and Michigan hot on his trail.