Galena Park (Texas) North Shore is always one of the top producers of talent in the Lone Star State. The class of 2012 for the Mustangs has not gotten quite as much attention as those in the past few years but the Houston-area program still has plenty of prospects.
Perhaps the top recruit for North Shore is cornerback Keon Harvison. The 5-foot-10, 165-pound junior was a first-team all-district selection a year ago and it appears he could be very close to his first offer.
"I've been talking to quite a few schools," Harvison said on Monday evening. "Nobody has offered just yet but I've been talking to Utah and they're supposed to come through sometime soon. I was actually just on the phone with the coach from Utah, coach (Morgan) Scalley, and he wants to see me the first week of spring ball. I think he's going to offer me."
Harvison has been in contact with a few other coaches as well.
"I've also talked to the coach from Arkansas," he said. "He said he was going to check me out. He asked if I would like to play for the Razorbacks. The coach from UTSA called me as well and he said he was going to come check me out."
Oklahoma State seems to sign at least one North Shore defender every year. However, the Cowboys have not been in too frequent of contact with Harvison.
"I haven't really talked to them lately," he said. "Their coach has been by the school though and he's going to come out for spring ball."
Though it is still early in the recruiting process, Harvison admits that one school currently stands out to him.
"Right now I'm starting to like Utah," he said. "I checked their website out and it looks like a great school. I've actually liked Utah for a while because my best friend's cousin played for them. He's actually the quarterback coach there now, Brian Johnson. I've been watching their program ever since he went there."