If three-star athlete/running back D'Marcus Lang of Scurry (Texas) Rosser was flying under the radar, he's definitely out now with his third offer in hand.
Lang, armed with a 6-foot-3, 200-pound frame could play a number of different positions on the field that include receiver, running back, or even linebacker. No matter what position he plays, schools like the talent and his latest offer from Kansas is another piece of evidence towards that.
"I think that's the only three, but I don't have my stuff with me so it could be more," coach Virgil Crow said about his athletic player. "To be honest, Iowa State seems like they're up there with him. They've been great with him and coach Tony Alford has been great during his recruitment."
Crow also feels that Lang may not want to wait to decide on his college pick.
"Talking with him, it seems like he wants to do it early," Crow said. "I don't know that he will for a fact, but that's the impression I get and I think he could make his commitment, get it out of the way, and go to work."
Lang is a tremendous success running the ball for Scurry-Rosser and that may because Crow has another top prospect anchoring his line that is only a junior.
The 6-foot-6, 270-pound offensive tackle Chad Mullen, who also handles deep-snapping duties, is making Crow and Lang's job a bit easier.
"He's legit and he's really playing well for us," Crow said. "Being a deep snapper really makes him marketable as well. Chad really makes it great for Lang to run behind in our offensive system."
The focus is not only on having a winning season but seeing top players like Lang get big time recognition for their talents.
"D'Marcus is doing well," Crow said. "We want to get our stuff going and give him a chance to do some more stuff at the next level."