Garland (Texas) South Garland coach Mickey Moss has coached some great players in his tenure as the coach of the Colonels.
Just last season, South Garland sent Tejay Johnson to TCU and DeMarcus Lattier to Houston. This year the school is sending Nick Florence to Baylor and Joseph Ibiloye to Oklahoma.
But next year's class will be something special for Moss.
That's because his son, Austin Moss, will be heavily recruited. In fact, the 6-foot-3, 208-pound outside linebacker has already started to pick up scholarship offers.
"Austin has gotten a ton of mail already," Moss said. "Wisconsin and Kansas State officially offered him. I've not been home yet (Wednesday) to see if he got any others, but that's a great start for him."
As a sophomore, Moss had 85 tackles, five sacks and three forced fumbles. He was also one of the top juniors that attended Oklahoma's summer camp. Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Texas are also schools he said previously that interested in, but it's still very early in the process.
Moss isn't the only player that'll be heavily recruited. Moss thinks defensive back Jamal White will be somebody to keep an eye on. The 5-foot-11, 175-pound defensive back will play in his first varsity game this week.
"He'll get early attention by the end of the season," Moss said.
"He could be an animal. He has grown up and shown an improvement in his maturity."