Tomball (Texas) athlete Bryson Janecek has accounted for more than 1,000 yards and 12 touchdowns this season, but has no offers to show for his lofty statistics.
Janecek ranks in the top five in Houston in those respective categories and has led the Cougars to a 4-3 district record and a shot at the playoffs.
"I'm having a great season and I'm a little disappointed at the lack of offers," he said. "I can play at Air Force, but some schools from Wyoming to Rice are not showing that much interest right now. I get letters and some calls, but no offers yet.
"I am sending out a lot of tape right now and I am being recruited as a quarterback and a receiver. I am going to play college football and want to play early. I can't see myself sitting on the bench for a few years. I'm an impact player and can compete with anyone because of my work ethic," he said.
Janecek will have to fit into a program's system, which either runs an option attack of has multiple receivers. He has been moved around to receiver at Tomball in passing situations.
"I caught some clutch balls in our comeback win over Langham Creek, which has given me confidence at the position," he said.
Montana and Northern Colorado are also pursing Janecek.