One Solid Wall

The Texas #67 is sold on Tech

One of the most dynamic, yet underrated players in the class of 2006, Jamar Wall ran all over and through his competition this season. After a heartbreaking loss in the quarterfinals to Stephenville, all focus turned to whether or not Texas Tech could keep the blossoming star.

Rushing for over 2000 yards and being the star of your team is bound to gain you some interest in recruiting circles, and that's exactly what happened to Jamar Wall of Plainview High School.

Making a verbal pledge to Texas Tech on June 17, 2005, Texas Tech had to fight to hold on to Wall's spreading popularity from schools like Purdue, UTEP, TCU, and Kansas State, but fans don't have to worry about the 5'10" cornerback going anywhere else, at least according to head coach Marty McClintock.

"[Jamar] is 100% Tech solid. We'll sign his papers as early as possible on Wednesday." This is exactly what Tech fans want to know about the versatile 3-star athlete.

RaiderPower.com will cover signing day in its entirety and will continue to bring you in depth coverage of the 16th ranked Texas Tech recruiting class of 2006

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