Q&A: 2014 receiver Willy Ivery 

October, 31, 2012
There are more than a handful of 2014 wide receiver prospects in the state of Texas who have already received considerable attention. And then there’s Willy Ivery.

The 5-foot-8, 177-pound prospect knows his size and small school are the biggest reasons why he’s gone under the radar of most schools so far. When the recruiters start to notice, the junior is confident they’ll be impressed.

While his future in college is as a slot receiver, he’s adopted a new role this year as Sulphur Springs’ running back. Ivery doesn’t hold any offers yet but is beginning to take his unofficial visits, starting with last month’s TCU-SMU game.

Ivery’s recruiting process is just starting, but Texas is already one of his favorite schools.

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