Texas WR Hearing From Eagles

Texas WR Hearing From Eagles

Southern Miss is stretching beyond the state to bring in players for the future, and they are in on a WR from Texas who has the Eagles high on his list. Find out the details in this story and interview here at GoldenEaglePride.com.

WR J.J. Dallas is a 6'1, 195lb receiver who was clocked at a 4.5 this summer. He also plays safety for his high School in Corpus Christi, TX, King High School.

GoldenEaglePride.com talked with the TX wide-out to find out about his interest in the Eagles, and we also got to know him as a player a little bit.

"I mainly play on the offensive side of the ball," he said. "My stregths are my ability to make plays, and I have good hands and can make catches in traffic.

"I also am very versatile and can play both offense and defense."

Dallas said he's having a really good year despite playing in a run oriented offense.

"I have over 600 yards receiving in 6 games, and we play a pretty much run first offense," he said. "I am coming off a good junior year, but I transferred last year to King this year."

Perhaps it is that transfer to explain why the talented receiver hasn't had an offer yet, but as his name is getting out he's becoming more and more of a commidity for college coaches.

"I am hearing from Southern Miss, Texas State, New Mexico, Tulsa, and UNLV right now," he said. "I am very interested in Southern Miss.

"It just came about recently from Southern Miss, and they want me to come visit a game and meet the coaches and players. I know that they are having a down year but I know their winning tradition. They have been successful and I know it is a good program."

He said, right now, Southern Miss is at the top for him, but he's also interested in any school showing him interest. He said he hopes to take a visit to Hattiesburg as soon as he can.

We'll keep up with Dallas and other prospects as the season continues, keep it locked on GoldenEaglePride.com.

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