Houston pair building for the future

Aldine, Texas safety Curtis Thomas is going to have to start dealing with several offers as they really start to roll in. Nebraska started the stack, but now other Big 12 schools are looking to get involved.
Baylor became the second school to offer with Kansas State closing in. Coach Bob Jones says that it's of little surprise what the 6-foot-1, 190-pound athlete has picked up thus far.
"He's a good player, he's also a good looking kid physically," Jones said. "He comes from good bloodlines with his uncle Juqua Thomas. I just got done watching him play a full basketball season and he's not the best basketball player, but he's a great athlete and has all the intangibles out there.
"He's a worker and he'll make plays for you."
Jones says that Thomas was trying to make it to the Texas A&M junior day last week but was unable to attend.
"I know he's going to hit some camps and other junior days up, but he just hasn't decided on all that yet," Jones said about Thomas' travel plans.
The 6-foot-5, 330-pound 2008 tackle Daniel Campbell continues to draw early looks as well.
"The baby fat is melting off of him and really looks the part already," he said. "He's going to have big time attention when he gets to the recruiting process heavily as a senior-to-be."