Klein Oak (Texas) High School is the land of the giants.
The Panther offensive line is loaded with the likes of Houston commit Kevin Forsch (6 feet 5/301 pounds), future Aggie Clint Naron (6-6/290) and Stanford commit Jordan Najvar (6-6/240), but Coach David Smith has another skyscraper who is shining.
Sophomore Max Stevenson is a 6-6 wide receiver, who stretches the field with his athleticism. It's almost unfair when the fade route is called, like it was last weekend against Klein Forest High School.
It's not much different on the defensive side of the ball. Linebacker Brian Corcoran has committed to Air Force and 6-3 defensive tackle Cody Davis has four offers as well. Davis has offers from Central Michigan, Purdue, Rice and Army, and had a career game last weekend against Klein Forest. He had two interceptions for touchdowns and recovered a fumble.
Next to him on the defensive line is sophomore Nathan Hughes, a 6-6 active end. The last line of defense is anchored by Luke Muncie, a 6-2 safety who combines Division I size and track speed.
"We are blessed with some very talented kids," Smith said.