Lufkin (Texas) standout athlete Keke Coutee has earned a strong reputation as a gamebreaking playmaker in East Texas, and is currently regarded as one of the top 250 prospects in the country.
The 5-foot-10, 170-pound prospect is known for his speed and quickness and his homerun ability on the field. He committed early to the University of Texas, but has since re-opened his recruiting process.
Right now, he holds three offers, but a busy schedule has kept him from making the rounds to college campuses.
"I just still have offers from Texas, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma. I really haven't set up any visits yet but I plan to take some visits this summer," Coutee said. "I've just been playing basketball and running track."
Next on Coutee's schedule is the district track meet and he and his teammates have plans to take their talents all the way to the state championships.
On the recruiting front, Coutee hears the most from Oklahoma and Texas Tech, and he continues to receive attention from the likes of Arkansas and Texas A&M. As for Texas, he has not heard much from the Longhorns since his decommitment.
When it comes to a favorite and a future college decision, Coutee is not in a rush to decide, but he does have one program currently at the top of his list.
"Oklahoma," Coutee said. "My recruiter, coach Norvell, he's a great coach. He's a great position coach. It's a great school and I like the offense."
Coutee is being recruited as an athlete/wide receiver and the Sooners have let him know they see him filling a Ryan Broyles-type role in their offense.
As a junior, Coutee finished with 59 receptions for 869 yards and 8 touchdowns to follow up a sophomore season which saw him record 1,034 yards and 9 touchdowns on 77 receptions. He is a two-time all-district selection and is currently ranked No. 246 in the Rivals250.