Senior Jake Raulerson
of Celina High School (Texas)
is one of the top offensive linemen in his class. The 6-foot-5, 260-pound Texas commit is ranked by MaxPreps as the No. 5 offensive tackle in his class
, and the No. 54 recruit overall
Raulerson's calling card is his work ethic and tenacity, pledging to never allow an opposing player to out-work him.
"Jake Raulerson is probably one of the greatest young men I've ever coached," said Celina head coach Bill Elliott. "He's a guy that's so easy to motivate. His motor's always running wide open."
While Raulerson would love to win championships at the high school and college level and then have a career in the NFL, his strongest wish is to help those around him.
Raulerson credits his success to his ever-supportive parents, Jay and Jolene.
"My dream for Jake is for him to achieve his goals," said Jay Raulerson. "To be able to know that at the end of the whole process he left it all out there."
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