Quarterback Sam Carter and linebacker Stephen Maeweather have been the face of the Houston Sharpstown Apollos the past two seasons. Now, they are on the brink of senior year and the offers are starting to come in.
Both have offers from Houston and TCU. Another Big 12 school has come through the hallways of the inner city school and has offered the duo.
"We both were offered by Oklahoma State," Maeweather said. "They have always been at the top of my list and I'm excited that they made it official. I'm going to20Texas A&M's junior day and camp along with TCU's. I attended Houston's last week and it was really nice too."
Maeweather is a 6-foot-3, 210-pound outside linebacker prospect who has tremendous upside. He was a first-team, all-district selection as a junior and has big plans for his senior season.
"When I was a sophomore, I was just happy to be on varsity," he said. "Last year, the game really slowed down for me and I was able to settle down. I want to improve on my strength and speed and just fly around the field next year."
Carter was a first-team, all-district selection at quarterback last season and is becoming a hot prospect in the Bayou City.
"I'm really looking to see what I hear from the college players and how they like the schools they go to," he said. "Talking with them really gives you the true information. I'm also looking for the right offense and if I can play pretty early. I'm very grateful for the offers I've received and the interest. It really shows me that all the hard work I've put in is paying off."
Sharpstown receiver William Peck has also been offered this offseason. The University of Houston has offered the 6-foot-2 receiver.