Roxboro (N.C.) Person High has an offensive lineman emerging in the 2011 class in Tre Robertson. The school has a second lineman to watch, a 6-foot-5, 305-pound guard for the 2012 class.
"North Carolina has already verbally offered him," Person assistant coach Earl Harrelson said of 6-foot-5, 305-pound sophomore guard K.C. Lawson. "He's better than Tre in the long run.
"He's got great feet and his strength is already up there. He's only 15 and probably one of the best players in the state already."
What else stands out about him?
"It's just how big he is and his feet," he said. "He's great athletically and runs a 4.9. He's also physical at the point of attack."
Lots of other schools are interested including Florida, South Carolina and Tennessee.
"They are all very heavy on him and he's trying to get down to a visit to Florida sometime this summer."
Meanwhile, Harrelson went further about his star prospect this year, Robertson who has a handful of scholarships.
"Tre is very physical and a good player," he said. "He's good at the point of attack and has good feet. He needs to work on his flexibility. He's not very flexible."
On the recruiting, he's got offers from East Carolina, Kansas, Ohio and Miami (Ohio).
"He's really high on North Carolina, ECU and South Carolina," he said. "Those are his top schools right now.
"He's been a North Carolina fan all his life. ECU was the first offer for him and they are after him hard. He really likes the coach from South Carolina and the chance to play in the SEC."
According to Harrelson, Robertson plans to camp at North Carolina, South Carolina, East Carolina, Duke and NC State this summer.