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Munchie quarterback tabs Cincinnati as future home

Three-star quarterback prospect Munchie Legaux (yeah, that’s his real name) has signed a national letter of intent with the Cincinnati Bearcats.

Legaux is a lanky 6-foot-4, 185 pounds.  The dual threat has been timed at 4.6 in the forty-yard dash.

Legaux was also considering Colorado.  He prepped at New Orleans’ Edna Karr high school.

The Bearcats are in the process of replacing graduated passer Tony Pike, who is a projected middle-round draft pick for the NFL.

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  1. SteelCurtnDee says: Feb 3, 2010 2:07 PM

    In the process of replacing Pike?
    Zach Collaros started 4 games for the Bearcats this past season, threw for 1400 yards, 10 Touchdowns, 2 int’s, and rushed for about another 300 yards and 2 touchdowns. He finished the season with a 195 QB rating.
    …I’d say they have their immediate replacement for Pike

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