Taft standout narrows things down

Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft is loaded with athletic football players so much that some players are playing out of position. Defensive back/running back T.J. Flournoy (6-0, 205, 4.55) has played defensive back and linebacker this season. Flournoy has four schools picked out to visit and has set one in house visit.
"T.J. is going to visit New Mexico, Utah, Nevada and Idaho," Taft offensive coordinator Derwin Henderson said. "We don't have the dates set but we are going to that very soon."
"Washington State will be in the house on Tuesday (Dec. 6th)."
Flournoy has racked up 42 tackles, three sacks and two picks so for this season. He could have two games left for his senior season. Flournoy and his Taft teammates will be playing against undefeated Sylmar, Calif., in a huge semi-final game.
Flournoy played for North Hills (Calif.) Monroe as a junior season where he was an all-league selection. He was a member of the Student Sports all-state underclass team for both his frosh and sophomore years.
As a junior, Flournoy racked up 101 tackles, seven sacks, and one pick.
Flournoy has a great first step to the ball and has tremendous hitting ability. He has been known to the a hit that turns a game around. He is very good in space. He's an impact player.
Another thing to like about Flournoy is, he's already qualified