Some Greater Houston schools have already begun spring practice, which brings out college coaches from across the country.
The 2009 crop of Houstonians are expanding with every tackling drill and deep route, and offers are flowing like the recent spring showers.
Westfield's quarterback Jacoby Walker picked up offers from Iowa State and Syracuse of late, to complement Houston and Nebraska. The Mustangs have another talented Division I prospect in senior Aaron Harris, who has moved from defensive end to linebacker.
"Aaron can do it all and coaches are noticing him," coach Corby Meekins said. "He can really run for how big he is."
Another talented find in Houston is Floyd Mattison of Katy Morton Ranch, who recently picked up an offer from Rice. The 6-foot safety reached the regional track meet in three events and is also being recruited heavily by Oklahoma State, Colorado State, New Mexico and Iowa State. Running back Wesley Hudson has been offered by Stoneybrook and Northern Arizona.
North Shore's DeAndrew White and Larry Stephens are also tacking on more offers. White is waiting on LSU to offer and Notre Dame coaches will be in town next week to evaluate him. He unofficially visited Alabama last weekend.
Stephens unofficially visited Oklahoma State last weekend and has been offered by Baylor, SMU and Miami (Ohio). TCU, Stanford and Vanderbilt are also nearing an offer.
Channelview receiver Chris Hawkins has been a hot commodity lately, picking up offers from Kansas, Arkansas and Arizona over the past few days.