Sugar Land (Texas) Clements offensive guard Ryan Cantrell is still holding one scholarship offer.
“Houston is the only school that has offered me a scholarship at this time,” the 6-foot-3, 265-pound Cantrell said. “They are also one of the schools to call me this month.”
Along with Houston, the two-star rated guard has taken phone calls from Kansas, TCU, Duke, Arkansas, Georgia Tech, UTEP, Arizona and Texas Tech.
“I don’t have a favorite school,” he said. “I like a lot of the schools that are calling. They are expressing interest in me, so I like them too.”
Cantrell is looking for a few things in his college choice.
“I am looking for a school that will offer me the chance to get on the field early,” he said. “I am also looking for a school that offers good academics. I don’t think I would play anywhere as a true freshman. As an offensive lineman I don’t think it would be good for me to get out there that early.”
Cantrell took in Houston’s game against Rice.
“We got to meet with coaches before the game,” Cantrell said. “And we got to talk to some of them a little bit after the game.”
Cantrell’s team evened their record at 1-1 this fall with a victory Saturday night.
“We had 383 yards rushing. Those are the type of numbers you like to see as an offensive lineman. It was good to do that in our second game.”