May 20, 2009
Two-way standout lands offer
One of the San Fernando Valley's most consistent programs developing D-I players over the last 15 years has been Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame. Once again Notre dame has players who will sign a D-I letter-of-intent papers in February. One of them is two-way standout Daniel Munyer (6-3, 270, 4.9).
One things that D-I schools can be certain about with a player like Munyer is he will be well schooled in fundamental football.
As a junior, Munyer earned all-league and all-state for his performance. He is also an excellent student and made the all-academic team with his 3.2 GPA in a very academically challenging school and a 1405 SAT.
On the recruiting trail, Munyer has received his first offer from UNLV. He is getting recruiting attention from Arizona, UCLA, Washington, Washington State, Colorado and Iowa State.
UNLV offered Munyer for his skills as an offensive lineman. He is also getting looks by other schools for his skills as a defensive lineman.
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