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Georgetown High wide receiver gaining interest from Big Ten schools

Following a decommitment from Texas State on Sept. 6, Beau Corrales has since received notice from the Big Ten.

The Georgetown High (Georgetown, TX) wide receiver took an unofficial visit to Iowa City for Iowa’s 42-3 win over in-state rival Iowa State last Saturday.

“I think a couple of highlights were just getting to tour the facilities,” he said. “I really loved how nice and clean looking the entire athletic complex was, and the fans. I loved the energy of all the fans and some of them even recognized me, so that was fun. I really enjoyed my stay there.”

On Monday, Indiana became the second Big Ten program to extend a scholarship offer to Corrales. The Hawkeyes were the first from the conference to offer the 2017 prospect when they did so on Sept. 4.

“I’m super thankful and excited,” he said of the Hoosiers. “I know that they have a great offense and they like to throw it a lot, which of course is great news for me. I’m thinking about taking a visit up to Indiana and I know I want to take an official to Iowa. I’ve been having a lot more power 5 schools contact me than I did at the time of my commitment, and they’re just too big of opportunities for me to not even look into.”

A natural fit as a perimeter threat out on the boundary at the W position. Tight end size with receiver ball skills. Based off his size and toughness, has the traits to lineup in a hybrid tight end package. He also holds offers from Air Force, Army, New Mexico and Texas State.

“I’m really excited about our team starting off 3-0,” Corrales said. “I feel like my performance is way more improved than my past two seasons, but I know that there’s still a lot for me to work on.”

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