Daytona TE/DE Has Major Offers

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Height: 6-4   Weight: 235   Hometown: Daytona Beach, FL (Mainland HS)   Class: 2005

Many schools are following the blueprint of success by recruiting big bodies that can play several positions.

Brian Ellis has the kind of large athletic frame that is powers national powers. "Oklahoma, FSU, LSU, Michigan, and Tennessee are some of the schools that have offered me. I am wide open right now."

He did not go to any camps this summer rather he took stayed in the weight room trying to get stronger.

Ellis could play tight end or defensive end at the next level. "It doesn't matter to me I enjoy playing either one. At tight end, I am good at getting open. When I play end, I am quicker than the offensive tackles most of the time."

He has a timetable set for what he would like his development to be at the next level. "I would like to play as a freshman some to get the experience that way my sophomore year I will know what is going on."

Ellis has some unfinished business left at Mainland High School. "I am expecting a great season. We return the entire offense, and six starters on defense. We should be ready to go."

The Daytona Beach native has found away to get away from some of the pressure this summer. "I created myself on NCAA 2005. There is three of us that are competing in dynasties. I love it."

Ellis is very talented player on-the-field, and he is a very composed young man off-the-field. We will try to get him on our radio show "The Overdrive" soon.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Brian Ellis Recruiting Profile
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