Omaha Westside's Tyson Guzman is on the radar of college recruiters with his combination of length and athleticism.
The 6-foot-4, 195-pound senior runs a 4.51-second 40-yard dash and has a 32-inch vertical jump. He plays both defensive back and wide receiver for the undefeated Warriors (7-0), but college coaches differ on what position he should play on the next level.
"If I play corner I'm probably a perfect size," Guzman said. "Some schools have talked to me about playing outside linebacker. If I do I would need to gain about 20-25 pounds. ...
"Augustana wants me to play receiver. Nebraska wants me to play safety. South Dakota State has talked to me about playing linebacker, but I would obviously need to beef up a little bit for that."
Nebraska offered him a preferred walk-on opportunity on Sept. 26. A day later he received his first scholarship offer from Division II Sioux Falls.
Guzman has taken game-day visits this fall to Nebraska, Northwest Missouri State, South Dakota State and Wyoming. He is also planning a trip to Iowa.
He's not rushing to make a final decision.
"I might be able to get a few more offers with a strong finish to the season," Guzman said. "I will most likely commit later and sign in February."
His senior season is the focus for now. A perfect record and district championship are on the line when the Warriors travel to Millard South (7-1) on Thursday.
"We are all together," Guzman said. "We are all here for the same reason and everyone just loves each other."
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