Kingwood (Texas) High School has a pair of bookend offensive linemen who are grabbing the attention of local and regional college programs.
The Mustangs' run-oriented offense is in good hands next season with Travis Swanson and Michael Yoder, both 6 feet 5 and a shade over 270 pounds.
"They are both Division I kids," Mustang coach Dougle MacDougald said. "Yoder has a brother who has started at Texas A&M for several years and Swanson could have the best feet in the city of an offensive lineman. Both are going to be huge men and schools are getting all over them."
Swanson is getting looks from the likes of Rice, Houston, Baylor, TCU, Arizona, Arkansas and Oklahoma, just to name a few.
"It is really hard to find what Swanson has," MacDougald said. "He can really move for a big man, and Yoder could be the hardest working kid in our program."
As offensive linemen become a hot commodity in months to come, these two Mustangs will be corralled quickly.