Houston North Shore prospects Earl Mitchell and Robert Ramirez have both committed to Arizona and Ole Miss, respectively, but both are believed to be a little unsettled.
Mitchell - a 6-foot-3, 245-pound tight end - committed to Arizona prior to the season and has officially visited Tuscon, Arizona, while Ramirez (6-3, 285) verbally committed to Ole Miss, sight unseen.
Both are having all-district season and both plan on taking a few more visits before official signing day.
"I'm going to set up a visit to Oklahoma State," Mitchell said. "I'll have to do it after the season but I know a few of the guys up there. I just feel like I need to take a look before I'm totally sure."
North Shore alumns Bobby Reid and Stephen James both start for the Cowboys and their roster is peppered with several Houstonians.
Ramirez has only been offered by the Rebels, but several other schools are nearing like Central Michigan, UTEP and Missouri. He will be taking an official visit to Missouri on December 16th.
"Missouri is number two right now," he said. "I'm going to get up to Ole Miss also. I'm excited about that."
Mitchell is a bone-crushing tight end who specializes in run blocking, while Ramirez is a true lineman who is being recruited as a center.
North Shore playmaker Chris Riser is also garnering some attention from the likes of Louisiana Tech and Memphis.
Riser (5-8, 165) is an electric return specialist and caught 40 passes for 634 yards. He has also received a partial baseball scholarship to attend Kansas State.
"He could be the best receiver we've ever had here," North Shore coach David Aymond said. "He has incredible moves and is a terrific blocker downfield."
North Shore is preparing for a hotly contested second-round playoff game against Westfield High School, which boasts Division I talent Pierre Beasley, Danny McCray and DeMarcus Connor.