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UTEP Football: Pair Of El Paso Receivers Verbally Commit

El Paso's own Warren Reddix and Eddie Sinegal have verbally committed to UTEP for 2014

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Two of the best wide receivers to play on the El Paso high school football gridiron over the past couple of seasons gave verbal commitments to the UTEP Miners via Steve Kaplowitz's daily Sports Talk show airing on ESPN 600 El Paso.

UTEP has been after the pair since late last fall, and now a week to the date before National Signing Day, both have announced their intentions for play for Sean Kugler at UTEP.

Sinegal played three years on the varsity level at Andress, also playing under legendary Andress coach Allan Sepkowitz.

He amassed 2,560 yards of receiving, and 26 receiving touchdowns in his Andress career. The past two seasons he has gone over 1000 yards, and 50 catches after Andress transitioned into the spread offense system in which he was focal point of the passing game.

Eddie also can return kicks, and is also playing basketball for Andress who is currently ranked third in the state in basketball.

He will certainly be in the mix at receiver in the future with cemented starters Jordan Leslie and Ian Hamilton graduate after next season.

Redix also had a very productive high school career for head coach Chuck Veliz at Montwood High School.  He caught 184 balls in two varsity seasons for 2679 yards, and 34 total touchdowns. Redix is also a game changer in the return game.

Warren Redix Highlights

Redix stated he would grey-shirt, and is probably being looked at as an athlete, with corner being a solid spot for him in my opinion.

Good to see Kugler grabbing the best talent in the city, and with National Signing Day exactly a week away the Miners now have 14 players who we can confirm have committed for 2014.

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