Garland teammates getting attention

As usual, Garland (Texas) High School is a hot spot for recruiters to go and find talent all in one place.
With one prospect already committed, wide receiver Malcolm Williams to Texas, two other teammates are getting heavily pursued. Coach Jeff Jordan says that his young defensive end, Marquis Frazier, is definitely a wanted man.
"He's got several offers on the table right now," Jordan said about Frazier. "Marquis has been offered by Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Arkansas, Oklahoma State, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, and Nebraska. It's pretty much most of the Big 12."
As for favorites, Frazier likes two schools close to home but also one quite a ways away.
"His top schools right now are A&M, Oklahoma State, and Florida," Jordan said about Frazier's top schools. "You know, we've got Brandon Antwine at Florida, and they're good friends. So, I think that plays a role in things."
There haven't been any visits taken by Frazier according to Jordan. However, this summer the 6-foot-3, 240-pounder will get out to some camps.
As for running back Johnny Wooten, another scholarship offer has come in to go along with one from Texas A&M.
"I think Iowa has offered Johnny," Jordan said. "That's the only two that I know about though right now."