Already holding an impressive list of scholarship offers, Dallas Skyline safety Keanon Cooper found out about more on Monday.
Cooper, the 6-foot, 190-pound Rivals250 to watch safety, has apparently impressed two more out-of-state schools. Coach Derick Roberson says that he heard from Michigan and Oklahoma today.
"Michigan, once they saw his transcripts, the defensive backs coach told us that it's a done deal and they're offering him," Roberson said. "Then this morning, I talked to coach (Chris) Wilson and he told me that the (offer) letter is going off today for Cooper as well."
The heavily recruited defensive back prospect had previously added offers from Kansas State, Minnesota, Ole Miss, Purdue, Texas Tech, Wisconsin, and others.
Roberson says that more schools are also planning to come through as well.
"Miami is coming in next week and it looks like they're going to offer Cooper too," Roberson said. "It's been busy around here and we haven't even gotten started yet."
Even with the new offers, Cooper apparently is remaining open.
"Yeah, he is and he doesn't care if he goes in-state or out-of-state," Roberson said. "He's going to visit and pick the school that best fits him."