June 5, 2007
Frenship Tigers make noise at Tech mini-camp
The off-season and summer in particularly is a time for high school football players to improve and get noticed. Those who want a shot to play after their high school career, travel sometimes around the country to visit different schools and show coaching staff's what their made of.
The young men at Frenship high school have a little different mentality. Instead of getting better individually, the upperclassmen Tigers feel that it's the perfect opportunity to show coaching staffs not just what their players are made of, but what there team are made of.
They started off their long summer mini-camp tour that will include a total of four or five schools by the end of July, 13 of Frenship's finest road down the road together on Sunday afternoon to remind Red Raider Nation about the talent mine field that is overflowing in the town of Wolfforth.
Committed to getting better
On a day where most prospects were giving it their all in an attempt to turn some heads from the Tech coaching staff, Tech commits defensive end Ryan Haliburton and quarterback Seth Doege had already gotten the hard part done.
"I went to the camp to go with my team," said the 6-3 ¾, 235-pound
Haliburton. "It was just a lot of fun and the Tech coaches had asked me if I would go to the camp and I told them I would."
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