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As many of you know, there are few, yet truly meaningful things and people in life that I love more than football. For me personally, there are certain aspects of the game that make me so passionate about the sport.
I am a fan of the NFL and there is nothing like a roaring crowd of college football fans, but what I like most is High School Football. I mean, is there really anything much better than Friday nights? The ironic thing is, when I was in high school at St. Michael's High School in Santa Fe, New Mexico, we played our home games on Saturday afternoons.
As a matter of fact, we did not even have lights at our stadium (Brother Abdon Field), which remains true today. So, whenever I got the chance to play Friday night games, it meant it even more to me because I knew that those night games were limited.
I wore #7 in high school and played wide receiver. Caught a few passes and scored a few touchdowns made the All State team, but all of that was overshadowed by the high school football seasons I shared with my teammates and coaches.
I look back on all that we shared from the weight room, to two a-days, the barbecues we shared on Thursday nights, and even the last game of our high school football career which was in Lovington against the Wildcats. There is something special about high school football and you cannot understand the feeling, unless you have put on the pads yourself.
Graduated from St. Michael's High School in 2002
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NMPreps main purpose is to get our players in the state of New Mexico the national exposure they deserve. We also want to take sports to a level that has never been reached in the Land of Enchantment. Our staff is small but we will continue to give you the best coverage on High School Football in the state of New Mexico. If you have any questions please send them our way. Welcome to NMpreps and get ready for the best prep sports coverage the state of New Mexico has to offer!
To NM Preps Readers:
I just wanted to drop a quick note of thanks to Kyle and his group for all the work they do on behalf of NM football. If it wasn't for Kyle, Landry probably would not have had the opportunity to compete in the Elite 11 this summer. Alot of the people who select the kids for the Elite 11 didn't want Landry to compete because they said our level of competition isn't comparable to other states. Kyle was persistent and because of his persistence they relented and accepted him into the final 11.
Landry ended up the overall accuracy leader during this camp, he was top 3 in arm strength, top 3 in the classroom (understanding defenses, how to disect ways to beat a particular coverage ect...) I'm not saying these things to brag on Landry I'm saying these things to show that NM does have athletes who can compete on the national level, and they are in every high school in New Mexico. Landry has participated in several camps across the country and we
There are many many many NM student athletes who can compete and excel at the next level if only they could get the opportunity. One way for this to happen is to get your kids to as many of the college camps as you can, most of the college coaches that we have spoken to have told us that they will not come to NM to look at one particular athlete, when they can have their camps and hundreds of potential college athlete will attend their camp and the college coaches never have to leave home. Alot of you say it is too expensive and I agree, but what you have to do is way the cost. The cost to attend 5-7 college camps is still cheaper than 1 semester of college.
Kyle was a hugh help because he kept Landry's name "exposed" and I can't tell how important that is. Most of the college coaches will tell you that they don't read rivals and scout and the other high school publications and thats true they don't but their assistant coaches and student aids do and they report what they read to the head coach, trust me on this I know. So Kyle was a giant help in keeping Landry's name on the tips of alot of college coaches.
Landry has made his verbal commitment to the University of Oklahoma, he is a SOONER, at the time of his committment he had 20 or so offers, since then he has added another 20-25 offers and I firmly believe that Kyle was instumental in Landry having the number of offers that he got. He is doing a great job of promoting the student athlete's of NM.
I would be glad to answer any question you might have about the recruiting process, my email firstname.lastname@example.org
Good luck to all our athletes this year, and remember don't let anyone tell you that you can't compete on the national level, you are as good as any of the athletes in the nation, all you have to do is dedicate yourself to that idea that you can compete.
New Mexico NEWS