Butler C.C. the place to be

El Dorado, Kan., is the place to be now if you're a college recruiter.
There have been numerous reports about players from Butler County C.C. starting to set things up with colleges, and coach Troy Morrell said there has been plenty of breaking news coming from the school's top recruits.
Two of Morrell's offensive lineman, Scott Haverkamp (6-5, 298) and Chet Hartley (6-4, 310), took official visits to Arizona State this past weekend.
"They really liked it, but neither are ready to commit quite yet," Morrell said. "Haverkamp has Georgia now lined up for Dec. 8."
Three-star defensive end Christopher Lyle took an official visit to Purdue this past weekend and Morrell said he thought the visit was "Ok." He also has an offer from Oklahoma State and Iowa State and is working on setting up more visits for the next few weekends.
The other big news comes from four-star inside linebacker Austin Panter. The 6-foot-4, 240-pounder recently picked up a scholarship offer from Minnesota, but the Gophers aren't the only Big Ten team that's hot on his trail.
"Michigan was here (Monday) to speak with him," Morrell said. "He's now going to go up there the first weekend in December. I think he'll eventually get an offer from them, too."
Three-star cornerback Kendrick Harper is also starting to move up the charts. He's scheduled to visit Kansas on Dec. 8. Three-star receiver Wallace Franklin said Kansas, Kansas State and Nebraska are courting him and he has a Dec. 8 visit lined up with the Cornhuskers.
Butler C.C. recently won the Jayhawk Conference championship and now will face Vermilion (Minn.) Community College on Nov. 26 in the Dalton Defenders Bowl in Coffeyville, Kan. Both teams are 10-1 on the season.