It's Tyrone Carrier's turn.
At Worthing High School in Houston, Coach Eddie Snow gives the reigns of his team to the seniors.
Carrier, who has been starting since his sophomore season, has been waiting for this year. It's his time.
Added responsibility comes with being a senior leader.
"This is his time to tote the mail," Snow said. "We know he can player corner back and receiver, but we may need him as a leading running back. He will do all of that and return kicks."
Carrier's (5-9, 170-pounds) electrifying skills and impressive highlight tape has sparked the interest of some national programs, including Florida, TCU and Miami. However, the Houston Cougars are the only school to have given Carrier an official offer.
"At this school, we tell our kids to wait and see what schools offer and go from there," Snow said. "He likes any school who shows genuine interest in him. He's open right now."
Carrier could also double as a track athlete. He won the state 200-meter dash as a junior and has been participating in summer AAU track the past three months.