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Limebric Windham names a favorite
Posted Jul 30, 2008
Limebric Windham is a 6-1, 195-pound wide receiver from Alma Bryant High School in Irvington, (Ala.). He has seen his recruitment begin to heat up in the past couple of weeks as he tells ScoutSouth.com the latest developments.
“I have been looking into the
program a lot, and I really like what I have been able to find out,"
said from his home in Irvington, (Ala.).
“I really like South Carolina, and I would have to say they are my favorite, right now.”
The Gamecocks are not the only SEC team showing interest in Windham.
“I am receiving a lot of letters from
, and La Tech,” Windham said. “I get a lot of mail from ‘Bama, and I know I am No. 39 out of the top 50 recruits on their board.”
“LSU has recently started to send me more mail, and La. Tech is on me pretty hard, also.”
Windham was the recipient of more good news recently, when it was announced he would play in Max Emfinger's International All-American Bowl Game on January 9th.
“My Coach told me the news this week,” Windham said. “It’s an honor to be selected to any type All-American game. I’m looking forward to it.”
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