Texas junior already getting looks

The Woodlands, Texas tight end Kyle Anderson moved into the starting tight end role this year for Weldon Willig's team this year and is already starting to draw attention from college scouts.
"Kyle is a big kid already, "Willig said. "He's all of 6-foot-6 and 250 pounds. He's a physical kid and is strong. If he continues to progress there will be a lot of schools trying to get involved with him."
As for early interest, the schools already in contact include Miami, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Kansas State and Kansas.
"He camped at Miami last year," the coach said. "That is where they got their interest. They really liked what he showed them during the camp. He has other schools that have gotten on him because they are wanting to get in with our top kids each year."
Willig says there may even be scholarship offers already on the table.
"He has told me things were already moving for him with scholarship offers. I haven't seen anything that says an offer was extended, but it would not surprise me at all."