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College coaches hitting southeast Texas

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As the heat cranks up in southeast Texas, so does spring football as well as recruiting.
There is no bigger program than the Katy Tigers of west Houston, which has three Division I prospects who are stacking up offers.
Offensive lineman Shep Klinke verbally committed Texas A&M months ago but schools are still recruiting the 6-foot-6 tackle. His most recent offer came from the University of Kentucky this week. Tight end Zachary Swanson committed to Stanford two months ago but picked up offers from Oklahoma State and Air Force this week.
Safety Sam Holl has received offers North Texas, Rice and SMU, and is receiving sincere interest from Baylor. His sister, Holly Holl, will be playing softball at Baylor starting next season.
Klein Forest safety Adrian Bennett has been drawing interest over the past several weeks from Division I programs and the 6-foot-1 defender received his first offer this week from the University of Minnesota. Bennett is a move-in from DeKaney High School.
Alief Elsik High School has two prospects in offensive lineman James Polk (6-7, 290 pounds) and defensive tackle Previn James (6-2, 295 pounds). James is being recruited by the University of Houston and Polk will be a late prospect as a project.
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