Lafayette (La.) Acadiana standout Bry'Kiethon Mouton is one of the more intriguing prospects in the 2015 recruiting class.
At 6-foot-2, 230-pounds, he is a blend of size, athleticism, and skill that is hard to match. He can split out to the slot, he can line up on the wing, he can be a mismatch at fullback and tight end, and he can be just as intimidating as a blocker as he can with the ball in his hands.
The combination of skill and attitude has already attracted offers from Alabama, Miami, Ole Miss, and Cincinnati, and significant interest has come from the likes of Louisiana-Lafayette, Oregon, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.
This spring he has not hit the road too far, with his only stop being to Louisiana-Lafayette last week.
"It was good," Mouton said. "Their defensive linemen are big this year."
Mouton does not have any visits scheduled at this time, but he does plan to attend a few camps this summer.
"Yes sir, I'm supposed to go to LSU's camp again and Miami and Alabama and UL's camp," Mouton said.
He is also not in any hurry to make a decision, but he does have one school at the top of his list right now.
"The school that stands out for me right now is Alabama," Mouton said. "They run their program like a business over there and everything is fast speed and they practice with a championship mindset."
Mouton is currently a three-star prospect and ranked No. 25 in the Rivals.com Louisiana Preseason top 40 for 2015.
As a junior, he recorded 20 receptions for 326 yards and 3 touchdowns and played a big role in helping Acadiana capture a state championship. Mouton was also a key member of Acadiana's basketball squad.