Quentin Parks burst onto the recruiting scene as a sophomore at Humble (Tex.) Atascocita when he caught 30 passes for 375 yards and three touchdowns.
Those are relatively modest numbers but it was enough for coaches to start to take notice.
The 6-foot-2, 206-pound prospect is waiting for offers but has received plenty of attention from some of college football's big boys.
Oklahoma State is the school he has been in the most contact with lately.
"I've been talking to Oklahoma State a lot lately," he said. "I'm supposed to go down there sometime this spring to watch a practice. That's pretty much it right now. Coach (Robert) Gillispie and I have talked and e-mailed each other every now and then, so it's going good with them."
Parks has also been receiving a lot of mail from LSU, Oklahoma, Michigan, Texas A&M and Texas Tech.
He went on to say that his current favorites are LSU, Oklahoma State, Texas and Texas Tech. Parks said he would like to attend camps at LSU, Texas, Oklahoma State and Cal over the summer.