One last thing that I'd like to mention is that SD kids almost always get overlooked by D-1 schools. But every year there is 2-3 kids that could play D-1 here in SD. I understand that SD isn't a hot bed for football recruiting and a coach can go to florida or texas and find 5 D-1 prospects at one HS, but the strong point to all of this is that PR and staff are making the extra efforts to find kids no matter where there from. This just is an example of our staff working their tails off at their job and recruiting. We have the right guy for the job and given time he will be really successful here.
Ive heard from a pretty reliable source from the South Dakota State program that SDSU is the only school to have offered Austin so far. The other 3 programs are waiting on his senior game film before offering. They also did mention that the odds are very high that all three schools (NDSU, ISU, Wisconsin) will offer.
Is this the kid with the Giant little brothers? Or is that the guy from Washington, Iowa? That site uses the same software as the rag so I'm confused.
Tom and "little" bro Derek Farniok go to Washington High School in Sioux Falls, SD. The other city schools are Lincoln, Roosevelt and O'Gorman Catholic (which is a very good program). There is talent in SD and I'm glad we're mining it.
This is ancient history but Heelan won a 4A state championship in '82 after losing to both Washington and O'Gorman. Good programs.
b. April 2012 d. April 2012
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