Offers could be close for Kness-Knezinskis 

November, 17, 2012
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While the high school and college football seasons are coming to a close, there is plenty of time left for recruiting, as coaches comb their recruiting charts for any possible offers and potential additions over the final months. One player receiving increased interest of late in offensive guard Jack Kness-Knezinskis (Phoenix/Pinnacle), a 6-foot-3, 270-pound athlete who has already impressed several coaching staffs.

Northern Arizona, San Jose State and UNLV coaches, as well as the staff from Colorado State University-Pueblo, the nation's No. 1 Division II school, have been in contact with Kness-Knezinskis. The senior said coaches from the two FBS schools have told him that once their seasons wind down, they will pick up their recruiting efforts.

"From what I've gotten back from the coaches, they say they love my film," Kness-Knezinskis said. "I plan to schedule visits with both schools in the near future. I want to make sure I get a good visit in to both."

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