It doesn't get much bigger than 6-foot-6, 195-pound wide receiver Will Henry of El Paso (Texas) J.M. Hanks who has hit the scene as one of the largest wide receivers in the state.
That frame combined with speed has pushed his recruitment to new heights. The first offer was in the books for Henry when New Mexico State sent a scholarship his way. That doesn't appear to be the end of the story with Texas Tech and UTEP in hot pursuit as well.
"I went to the UTEP camp for the 7-on-7 thing and the coaches couldn't offer me there but I'm to expect something in the fall," Henry said. "When I went to the Texas Tech camp, they said they'll keep in touch with me after my first game."
Henry also attended the Texas camp but with their recruiting class pretty much locked up at the wide receiver position, it was a little late for Henry to get heavy interest from the Longhorns.
Nonetheless, they still are looking at him on defense according to Henry. They also make up his top three list of big programs.
"I like USC, Texas, and Miami," Henry said. "I've got to put up bigger numbers than last year to get interest from those schools though. It's nice knowing I've got my first offer and I can go to school for free, but I also want to make sure I go to the best school possible that will help me develop into the best player I can be."
New Mexico State and UTEP have been trying to get Henry to visit but he is waiting to see about the exact dates.
Practice is on his mind now.
"We started about two weeks ago and it's mostly lifting with a couple of scrimmages as well," he said. "We've got to fix the mental mistakes from last year and keep working harder to make sure our team goes far into the playoffs."