When the Denver Broncos named longtime Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio their new defensive coordinator, the move affected more than just the Broncos' defense. Del Rio's family was also forced to make the move from Florida to Colorado, a family that includes one highly-touted high school quarterback.
Luke Del Rio is a major college football recruit, but first he must play his senior season of high school ball. According to KUSA-TV's Drew Soicher, the junior Del Rio is currently contemplating three local schools.
Florida prep star QB Luke Del Rio, son of Broncos' Jack Del Rio, considering Cherry Creek, Valor Christian and Grandview for senior season.— Drew Soicher (@DrewSoicher) February 2, 2012
According to Rivals.com, Alabama, Duke, Florida State, North Carolina, Southern Miss and USC are all in the mix for Del Rio. His father, of course, starred for the Trojans.
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