July 31, 2006
Long Beach receiver healed and ready
Long Beach, Calif., Long Beach Poly High School has a long history in producing DI athletes and this year should be no different. One of the bright stars this season is a wide receiver who sat out last season with a broken wrist.
Long Beach Poly receiver Travionte Session is coming off a season that saw him miss the entire year with a broken wrist. Despite missing his junior season, Session says Fresno State and a number of other schools are still keeping an eye on him.
"Fresno State calls me every now and then to keep in contact," Session said. "They are saying that they are going to be watching me, and if I have a good season they will offer me."
Session is 6-foot-2, 175 pounds and runs the 40-yard dash around 4.5 seconds. His brother Samie Parker played at Oregon and now plays in the NFL for the Kansas City Chiefs.
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