May 30, 2006
Big plans for Shiloh
Springdale, Ark., High School is now known for producing big name Division I recruits recently, but Shiloh Christian, a small private school in the same city, is building a reputation for developing major college talent, as well.
As many as four rising seniors in quarterback Matt Simpson, 6-foot, 217 pounds, wideout Crosby Tuck, 6-foot-1, 185 pounds, lineman Nolan Hankins, 6-foot-6, 346 pounds, and athlete David Ingram, 6-foot-1, 195 pounds, could ink with D-I schools in February. Simpson, Tuck and Hankins already have scholarship offers.
"(Tuck) was officially offered by UCF today," Crosby's mother Becky Tuck stated. "Greg (Tuck) will be in Orlando working in a few weeks, so Crosby is going to fly out there, and they will go tour the campus and meet the coaches."
Tuck was not the only Saint to receive a UCF this past weekend.
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