Houston Chavez junior defensive end Michael Brockers received his first official offer from the Conference USA champions.
"I got the paperwork from Houston," he said. "Texas A&M seems like they are getting close."
The 6-foot-6, 255-pound lineman played junior varsity as a sophomore because of a transfer ruling. He started on the varsity his freshman season at Milby High School.
"He's got a frame and this is only his second year of varsity ball," Chavez coach Dr. Mike Jackson said. "He's got a tremendous frame and can run. He'll be able to go anywhere he wants."
Brockers is getting letters from the likes of Oklahoma State, Louisville, Texas Tech and Kansas State, but one SEC power has tweaked his interest.
"I really like LSU," he said. "I'd like to hear from them some more. It's LSU and Texas A&M as my leaders right now. I love LSU's program and their facilities. I'd love to get over to a game. Texas A&M is also a great school and I've already been over there."
Chavez has two senior Division I verbal commitments in Jarvis Smith and Jamaal Johnson, who have committed to Baylor and Kansas, respectively.
"I'm solid to Kansas," Johnson said. "I'm going to get up to a game this fall."