Wilmington (Dela.) Charter School of Wilmington running back Brandon Ross pulled his first offer recently. The 6-foot-0, 200-pounder has a number of other teams checking him out.
"Army popped up with an offer over a week ago," Charter School of Wilmington head coach Tyran Rice said. "Rutgers has been by the school to see him along with Boston College, Maryland and Temple.
"He's seeing what else comes in, but is considering Army. It's a possibility."
Ross has already visited a few schools according to his coach.
"He's been to Maryland and Delaware on unofficial visits. A lot of the schools want him to come back for a one or three day camp. As far as scheduling goes, he's starting to do that."
On the field, Ross rushed for just over 1,000-yards and 12 touchdowns in nine games this past season while earning first team all-conference and academic all-state honors.
"He works extremely hard," he said. "Talent is one thing, but he has drive to take himself places. Definitely his speed is what stands out, but also he has really good hands, hands of a receiver. He could play defensive back in college too.
"Off the field, he is a great kid and a great student. He is a coaches dream."
Ross is a talented track athlete as well that placed second in the state in the long jump.