Don't expect things to change at Cedar Hill (Texas) High School with the talent in the junior class and beyond. Led by defensive tackle Jarvis Humphrey, the next three classes should be special for coach Joey McGuire.
McGuire says that his 6-foot-2, 290-pound defensive tackle Humphrey has been working hard in the off-season and continues to compete hard in power-lifting meets. The scholarship offers are also rolling in for the talented defensive lineman.
"He's got Baylor, Oklahoma State, Kansas, Kansas State, and Arkansas now," McGuire said about Humphrey's current offers. He's tearing it up right now at his position. We had him running mini-hurdles the other day and he was running it like a skill guy.
"He's going to have a great year for us."
McGuire says it's way too early for his star defensive lineman to have any favorites at this point. With the way things are rolling in, these five offers certainly won't be his last.
McGuire also says that over the next few years, prospects like 2009 offensive tackle Thomas Ashcraft have a chance to be the best at their respective positions across the state.
His 2010 class includes two prospects that McGuire thinks are future stars. Those include linebacker Aaron Benson and running back Ben Molina.
"Molina is as good as I've been around," McGuire said. "Benson is going to be a big time linebacker for sure."