While Aldine (Texas) High School is in a coaching transition, it hasn't stopped the recruitment of two prospects at the Houston-area traditional power.
Athlete Tavon Bolden is taking an official visit to Missouri this weekend and looks to be favoring the Tigers.
"He can play anywhere on the field," Aldine interim coach Tim McFadden said. "You could put him in the defensive backfield, but I think he's a natural offensive player. He's so fluid."
The 6-foot-2, 200-pounder holds offers from Boston College and Western Michigan, but Missouri has come on him lately with an offer.
"I think he could end up a Missouri after this weekend," McFadden said.
Another Mustang setting sail this weekend is Mike Williams, who has an offer from Utah State.
"He's going up there this weekend and I think he will end up at Utah State," McFadden said. "I know the coaches up there and I know he will be looked after. It's a great fit for him and Utah State has some tremendous facilities after the Olympics were held in Utah."