Two prospects from Fort Worth (Texas) North Crowley have made their commitments and are in the books for the 2007 class.
North Crowley coach Dustin Burnett says that his receiver Jason Jackson made a commitment to Tulsa a couple of weeks ago and is just waiting to take his SAT test to get his qualification solidified. Cornerback Reid Singleton has also made a commitment this past week.
"Reid committed to Rice," Burnett said. "He had spent some time with his brother in Houston last summer, so he's seen it there and talked with the coaches. He just hasn't taken an official visit yet. His cousin is Lousaka Polite, the fullback for the Dallas Cowboys."
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Burnett says that it appears that Rice is done with corners because they were only going to take one and "Reid was the one they wanted."
As for Jackson, he's just preparing for his SAT test but the commitment to Tulsa is in the books.
"He's just got to get the best score he can to get in, but they've e-mailed me and they explained to me that they accepted his commitment," he said. "They're just waiting on the score."
Kicker Adi Kunalic still has the same offers, from Washington State and Utah, and his only official visit is set up to visit WSU Sept. 29.
He is solely handling just punting duties for North Crowley until district play begins.