Guyer lost a heart breaker in overtime to Cedar Hill 42-41, but in the process showed they can play with almost anybody. Cedar Hill should be one of the better teams in 5A again this season.
"It was a great team that we played. We didn't really execute tonight, but we played hard. I think we showed a lot of people that we belong here. We gave it are all. We did what we had to do," said Guyer receiver Quentin Gardener. "They didn't' think we belonged. Most people thought that would be crap going to 5A, but we can play with anybody."
"The schools that stand out are Iowa and Minnesota. They both have great coaching staffs and offenses that I like," said Gardener to HawkeyeInsider.com. "As far as Iowa, it's just another great team. I know they are in the Top 10, but it's not all about that."
As of now, the senior wide receiver has set visits to Minnesota and Texas A&M. He plans to set more I the coming weeks. The Scout.com 3-star receiver has yet to haul an offer from the Aggies, but seems to be hoping for one in the near future.
"I think they are close."
His decision will come down to what offense each schools runs and their academic reputation.
HawkeyeInsider.com will continue to monitor the senior wide receiver's recruitment in the coming weeks.
Want to see his coaches thought's on Gardener? http://iowa.scout.com/2/970872.html