January 3, 2007
Paul represents Nebraska in San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Omaha (Neb.) North Rivals wide receiver Niles Paul and Omaha (Neb.) Central offensive lineman Harland Gunn are the first Nebraska high school prospects to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl since David Horne did in 2002.
After three full days of practice in San Antonio, it's safe to say both players are holding their own on the West squad.
Paul has emerged as one of the West's go-to receivers, while Gunn continues work at center.
The four-star Paul said it's been a tough adjustment to get used to the speed in practice, but after three days he's starting to feel comfortable.
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