High school football season doesn't leave a lot of time to handle recruiting especially as it starts to take shape like wide receiver Will Henry with his first offer in the books.
New Mexico State offered the 6-foot-6, 195-pound giant receiver first but it doesn't look like they will be the last school to put themselves in that category. In fact, Henry is clear on who he would like to get an offer from next.
"I've been talking to UTEP a lot," Henry said. "They would probably be at the top because coach Mike Price is a good coach and they seem to be doing really well lately. Texas Tech is also one of my top schools and I got a call from them this month already."
Henry is still pretty excited about having his first offer in hand but is not ready to make any decisions just yet.
"It's good to have an offer and know I can go play D-I ball," Henry said. "They're a great school, but they're just not at the top like the others."
His official visits will take place after some testing gets done.
"I'd like to start setting them up, but I haven't taken my SAT yet because of something that messed up last year with my zip code," Henry said. "Then after I get that done, I'll set up my visits and make a decision sometime after the season."