As a junior, offensive tackle Ereck Flowers played at Miami (Fla.) Dr. Krop. Next season, he will be playing for Miami (Fla.) Norland.
The 6-foot-6, 288-pound lineman recently received his first offer.
"Western Michigan offered me about two weeks ago," Flowers said. "They told me that it would be a good fit for me up there. They said they don't shy away from playing players when they are young. They just were recruiting me."
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According to Flowers, he is being recruiting by Western Michigan wide receivers coach Josh Gattis.
Western Michigan isn't the only school interested in Flowers. He is hearing from a pair of SEC schools and said numerous others intend to evaluate him during the spring.
"Florida is evaluating me, I have talked with them, and LSU is evaluating me," Flowers said. "I have a lot of schools that have said they want to see me practice in spring."
He recently took a Junior Day visit to the University of Miami but said the 'Canes are not showing much interest at this time.