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Two sport standout gets offers

Wide receiver/cornerback Brandon Breazell (6-0, 160, 4.35) from Fresno (Calif.) Edison had a great summer and received four offers for his services as a football player. Breazell is also a standout baseball player and is getting looks for his talents in that sport, too.
Breazell was so impressive at USC’s camp that he was offered a scholarship. “Pete Carroll likes Brandon as a corner,” Efrem Breazell, Brandon’s dad said. “He must have something as a corner if Coach Carroll likes him.”
According to Mr. Breazell, his son smoked a 4.28 forty at the USC camp.
“Brandon doesn’t have a favorite,” Mr. Breazell said. “He changes his mind on a daily basis.”
The schools that seem to be ahead of the others are USC, Cal, Arizona, Arizona State, Washington and Washington State.
Besides USC, Breazell has offers from Arizona, Fresno State and Cal State Sacramento.
As a junior Breazell caught 28 passes for approximately 450 yards and scored seven touchdowns.
The scouting report on Breazell is he has great, great hands and he never drops a ball. He is courageous making the catch over the middle and he knows what to do with the ball after he makes a catch.
Breazell is also a great baseball and he wants to play both sports in college. However he may be good enough to get drafted by major league baseball.
As a junior, Breazell hit .485 and stole 27 bases as a right fielder. He will play his more natural position of center field as a senior.
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