Offensive tackle Ryan Schleiper isn't the only prospect to watch at Wexford (Pa.) North Allegheny. The school features three more prospects in 2009 and one of them holds a Division I offer.
"Brian Austin isn't real big at 5-foot-9, 165-pounds, but he's extremely strong and very fast, a legit 4.4 guy," head coach Art Walker said. "He was third in the state in the 100 with a 10.6.
"He is an explosive, athletic small guy, but a great return man. He's a three-year starter and a 3.0 student. I think he's a true slot receiver."
Already Army has offered the speedy wideout.
"He does have an offer from Army and is getting interest from Division I-AA schools because of his speed as well as the MAC, UConn and Colorado."
Austin posted 250-yards receiving and two touchdowns as a junior.
Austin is joined by 6-foot-1, 200-pound quarterback Mike Locke.
"Mike has worked really hard every year and has put on about 20-pounds this season," he said. "He's a left-handed quarterback that is smart, competitive and has a lot of experience on his side. His work ethic is big. He had about 1,100-yards passing last year sharing time with a kid who walked on at Georgia Tech."
Already Locke is receiving interest from the MAC and Division I-AA schools.
Rounding out the group is offensive guard Mike Vuono.
"He is the tackle opposite Ryan," he said. "He si a big athletic kid for his size. You know he moves well. He's kind of developed later than Ryan, but is very good for us and a very good student with a 3.8 GPA.
"He's getting a lot of interest from Division I-AA schools. He is a very consistent player and great blocker that gets the job done all the time."