Things have been quiet at Aldine (Texas) High School, until now.
Aldine produced the likes of big-timers Darron Thomas and Daniel Campbell to Oregon and Southern California, respectively last season. It has been silent at the north Houston school until one East Coast school entered the picture.
"Boston College came in here and offered our defensive backs Tavon Bolden and Mike Williams," Aldine coach Bob Jones said. "They can get their skill kids in Houston and get their big offensive linemen up east. I think they are going to offer our other senior skill star Tiki Anderson."
Bolden is the prototypical big safety standing 6-foot-2, while Williams can be a cover corner and return specialist. Anderson is the brother of Terrance Anderson, who plays for Oklahoma State.
Moving over from linebacker to running back is junior Dontae Williams, who has been impressive at LSU and Texas' one-day camps.
"He could be the most recruited kid to come out of here since I've been here," Jones said. "He's that talented, and he has all the intangibles."
Things never seem to change.