La Porte, Texas fullback Quentin Castille may be one of the faster rising "big backs" in the country. Starting out with just a few scholarship offers, he's now added several more and has three new leaders.
The 6-foot-1, 234-pounder says that his current top three includes Louisville, Nebraska, and Michigan State. Castille has already set visits to two of those schools and says that it has a lot to do with his preference to leave the state.
"Right now, those three are pretty high up there for me," Castille said. "It's spread out because I don't want to be in Texas. I kind of always have wanted to go out of state. I've always wanted to do that and be somewhere else."
Michigan State was the latest school to send the talented Lone Star prospect an offer.
"I just got that last week," Castille said about Michigan State's offer. It came in the mail and that's why they're in my top three now."
Castille will get the chance to show his skills at several positions this fall.
"I'm going to play running back and some strong safety," he said. "I'm starting both ways. I played a little safety my freshman and sophomore year, but not so much last season. I like running the best and that's where everyone is recruiting me, but I'll do what I can to help the team."
Castille says he'll wait to take all his visits before making a decision at this time.