Katy (Texas) quarterback Brooks Haack has a lot riding on his shoulders going into his senior season. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound passer leads one of the top teams not only in the state of Texas but also the nation.
It should be no surprise, then, that Haack is not focused on recruiting less than a week before the season starts. The three-star prospect is still getting plenty of attention from colleges though and he has added offers to his previous one from North Texas.
"Not too much is going on right now," Haack said. "I'm just focused on the season. I picked up some new offers this summer though. I've had ULL, Wyoming and Texas State offer me. I went to a camp at ULL and then Wyoming had been down to our school to see me during spring ball."
In addition to the schools that have already offered, a couple of others are showing a lot of interest in Haack as well.
"(Texas) Tech and Oklahoma State told me to hold on," he said. "They said they'll know by the end of my season if they are going to offer. I didn't get a chance to go to either of those campuses this summer but I've been to both before."
Haack says no schools currently stand out over the others.
"Everybody is about the same," he said. "Now I'm more focused on the season. I'll worry more about it after the season. This is my senior year and I really don't want anything else to get in the way."
It should come as no surprise that Haack does not plan to make a commitment anytime during the season.
"I'll probably wait until a couple weeks after my season (to commit)," he said. "ULL and North Texas have talked to me about taking official visits but I haven't set anything up yet."
As a junior Haack helped lead Katy to the regional finals and this year the team is ranked No. 21 in the country in the RivalsHigh Preseason Top 100. He passed for 1,531 yards and 17 touchdowns to only three interceptions a year ago en route to earning second-team all-district honors.