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Northwest schools eyeing G-Prep duo

ANTHONY LUNA

LOOK FOR GONZAGA Prep to be a popular stop for college football coaches when the 2009 recruiting campaign kicks into overdrive with the May Evaluation Period. The Spokane school features two seniors-to-be with the frames, feet and work ethic to turn the pile of letters they're receiving into scholarship offers.

Offensive lineman Anthony Luna and multi-purpose Travis Long are hearing from the Pac-10's four Northwest schools as well as others, retiring G-Prep head coach Dave Carson recently told Cougfan.com. In addition, Long – who maintains a 3.95 GPA – is drawing interest from Stanford and Duke. Luna (6-4, 275) was a unanimous all-Greater Spokane League choice at center in 2007 and could play center or...

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