Top offensive lineman from Texas commits to Concordia

Mario Gerardo Reyes, a six-foot-seven, 320-pound offensive tackle from McAllen, Texas, has signed a letter of intent committing to the Concordia Stingers football program.

“Mario will give us more depth on our offensive line and better competition in camp,” said Stingers head coach Mickey Donovan. “A guy his size and coming from the quality level of high school football he has played will give us a good boost up front.”

Reyes was a starting tackle for three seasons with the McAllen High School Bulldogs, a quality team at the Division 5A level, one of the highest levels of competition in Texas football. In 2013, the Bulldogs posted a 9-2 win-loss record overall and finished first in their conference with a 7-1 showing.

McAllen High School has 2240 students and is located at the southern tip of Texas in the Rio Grande Valley.

Reyes becomes the fifth high school football player from the state of Texas to commit to the Stingers in the past month.

Donovan and his coaching staff are still pursuing several talented athletes and will have more commitments to announce shortly.

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