The options have quickly narrowed down for Garland, Texas defensive end Marquis Frazier.
Frazier, the 6-foot-3, 240-pounder, recently played in the state semi-finals and lost a close game to Cedar Hill. Now, his recruiting situation has come down to two options according to Garland coach Jeff Jordan.
"Really, I think it's probably going to be one of two things," Jordan said about Frazier's destination for college. "He's going to either go the junior college route or Grambling has talked with him about a Prop-48 type of situation. That way he can get on campus and get qualified there.
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"I really think he's leaning towards that (Grambling). That sounds like a great deal for him. It really was just a test score issue with Marquis."
No matter which school he chooses, Jordan says that they'll be getting a solid prospect.
"He's just been a great player for us, especially in the last six or eight weeks," Frazier said. "He's stepped it up to another notch. We wouldn't have gotten to the semi-finals without him, I guarantee it."
Waiting in the wings is junior Chancey Aghayere. The next big defensive end looks to get all the same big time offers that Frazier and 2006 signee Brandon Antwine received.
"He's got a chance to be right there in the middle of all those great guys we've had," Jordan said. "Most everybody has been waiting until we finished playing before offering. They'll start pouring in soon I'm sure."