Alief (Texas) Taylor has been a hotbed for college recruiters this spring. The school is home to at least six big-time Division I prospects in the classes of 2013 and 2014.
While many of the coaches may come in to look at other players, it is hard for them miss wide receiver Keenen Brown. The 6-foot-3, 185-pound sophomore is an imposing figure on the field and he now has a handful of early offers.
"I was offered by SMU a little while back," Brown said on Wednesday evening. "Since then I've been offered by Ole Miss, Indiana and Utah. Ole Miss came yesterday. Indiana and Utah both came like two weeks ago."
Brown feels an in-state program could soon bring his offer total to five.
"I think Texas A&M (is close to offering)," he said. "That's the next one I'll get, probably. I went to the spring game there and the coaches were talking to me and they said they were going to work on offering me."
The standout receiver plans to hit the camp circuit hard this summer in search for even more offers.
"I'm going to LSU's camp," Brown said. "I'm also going to a lot of day camps for Baylor, Texas A&M, Houston and a lot of others."
Though it is still very early in the recruiting process for the underclassman receiver, Brown does admit that two schools have caught his attention already.
"I like Texas A&M and Oklahoma State," he said. "They both run spread offenses and that's the style of play that I like. I haven't heard from Oklahoma State just yet though."
As a sophomore Brown caught 35 passes for 420 yards and six touchdowns.