Garland, Texas is home to two junior Division I prospects. Defensive end Marquis Frazier and wide receiver Malcolm Williams are both receiving serious interest already from major programs.
The 6-foot-3, 245-pound Frasier has been hearing from schools across the country according to Garland head coach Jeff Jordan.
"Name one and he's heard from them, but he hasn't gotten any offers yet since he hasn't taken his tests," he said. "I don't really think he's got any favorites and actually he really doesn't talk about recruiting much."
What stands out about his star defensive end?
"He's a pretty stinking good football player and I know he'll be recruited by everyone in the country next year," he said. "He's a big, strong, tough kid and that's a good combination for a college player. I don't have his stats this year, but I can tell you he's taken his game a big step forward to the next level."
As for the 6-foot-2, 195-pound Williams he also has been receiving interest from just about everyone according to Jordan.
"He hasn't gotten any offers, but the interest is coming down pretty quick," he said. "He broke a bone in his foot this year and this resulted in him not playing much, we're hoping to get him back this week though."
What makes his receiver stand out?
"He ran relays on track and even went to the regional track meet and obviously he has a legit 4.43-second 40-yard dash," he said. "He's also got great hands and is just a really good football player."