Georgetown High School's Jake Hubenak was on his way to becoming a highly recruited quarterback in 2011, then the 4th game of that junior season happened.
Hubenak suffered a torn A.C.L. and a torn meniscus on his right knee.
College football recruiters backed off and wanted to wait and see before this past season occured.
Hebenak responded with an electrifying season which included over 5500 yards of passing plus he guided the Eagles to the best season in Georgetown history, only to lose one game. That was in the state championship game.
Since then, Hubenak has to find a major division one college football program who will offer him a scholarship. He has been offered by Football Championship Series (I-AA) schools, division II, to junior college, and he has been offered a preferred, non-scholarship walk-on at schools like Texas Tech and Baylor.
There is a route, he and his family appear to be taking. That is the prep school route. This will allow Hubenak to play one season and will enter the recruiting process again with hopes of receiving a major division one college football scholarship in February of 2014.
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