Galena Park (Texas) North Shore High School has had a lineage of defensive backs come through the program, from former University of Texas standout Joe Walker to their most recent Division I signee Andrae May, who is headed to Oklahoma State next year.
The Mustangs have two defensive backs this season who will play at the highest college level in 2010. Safety Alton Demby has already verbally committed to the University of Houston, while cornerback Larry Stephens was offered by Oklahoma State this week. North Shore's Trey Hopkins has already committed to Texas and DeAndrew White is nearing 20 offers as well.
"He's a silent assassin," coach David Aymond said of Stephens. "He's a man of few words but plays big on the practice field and the game field. He has a great work ethic and is a talent on the field. His film really shows that. I think he will commit early because he doesn't want any distractions and fanfare."
Stephens was an all-state selection as a junior and currently holds offers from Miami (Ohio) and SMU along with Oklahoma State. He will be unofficially visiting the Cowboys' campus in weeks to come.