Klein (Texas) Oak High School churned out two of the most coveted skill position players last season in Desean Hales and Terrance Robinson.
This year it's the bigs that are getting all the attention. Offensive tackle Clint Naron committed to Texas A&M in the spring and linebacker Brian Corcoran committed to Air Force Monday.
Tight end Jordan Najvar has dozens of offers and is beginning to pare down his selection while defensive tackle Cody Davis and guard Kevin Forsch are starting to hit their recruiting stride.
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The 6-foot-4 Davis has been offered by Rice, Western Michigan, Purdue and Army, while Forsch has picked up an offer from Houston.
"My thought process is that I want to go and visit some places during the fall," Davis said. "I like Rice and Purdue right now. Northwestern and Baylor are talking to me a lot right now. I think that Northwestern will offer pretty soon."
Davis was pretty decorated after his junior season, earning all-district and all-region honors.
"I would say that my quickness sets me apart," he said. "I'm moving out to defensive end and I beat people with my quick feet. I'm really not doing any camps right now and haven't taken any official visits. I've just been working a job and working out."