Make no mistake about it - Killeen (Texas) Harker Heights has no shortage of prospects in the class of 2007 led by two offensive prospects along with a pair of defenders.
Wide receiver Nick Trice is a transfer from Germany that many coaches are waiting to see since his injury before last season. However, the athlete Jermaine Jamison is the one that coach Ross Rogers says many programs have their eye on already.
"He's a track star," Rogers said about Jamison. "He's a real big-time prospect. This past year he played receiver and safety for us, but will be one of those guys that we look at for the quarterback position. I compare him to Dominique Zeigler who played quarterback, but will probably move to receiver in college."
Rogers says that the growth of Jamison has also helped his stock rise. He is now standing at around 6-foot-3, 180 pounds.
On defense, more talent is there. Safety Colby Lange is a 6-foot-1, 173-pound prospect who does it well not only on the field, but in the classroom.
"Well, he has solid speed because here is this kid with a great frame and still is a consistent 4.5-second runner in the 40-yard dash," Rogers said. "Plus, he's a 4.0 student and is just a great kid of good character."
Then there is linebacker Dejuan Fulghum who has emerged as a big defensive player to watch.
"Well, he's about 6-foot, 210 pounds, and is a big time middle linebacker," Rogers said. "He continues to improve his speed and if that goes on, he'll have no problem at the next level."
"Both of those guys are real physical and possess a lot of upside to be great college players. We're hoping he had the kind of senior year that he had as a junior."