Baltimore (Md.) Dunbar was stacked with talent in 2009 including star running back Tavon Austin. According to head coach Lawrence Smith, the school has two more offerees in the 2010 class already.
One of those is 5-foot-9, 190-pound athlete Nathan Ayers.
"He has two offers, UNLV has offered as a strong safety and Toledo has offered him as a running back," Smith said. "He's also getting looks from West Virginia, Central Michigan and Maryland."
White went on about his talented athlete.
"Nathan is a great running back and a great outside linebacker for us," he said. "He really brings it. He's a hard hitter and a leader. He's a team player.
"He's also a good kid. He's down-to-earth and does what he has to in the classroom too."
The other offeree is 6-foot-4, 265-pound lineman Devin Clark.
"UNLV has offered him as a defensive end. He also plays offensive tackle," he said. "He's being recruited by a lot of schools in the Big Ten and ACC, Rutgers, Virginia, Maryland and more."
What sticks out about Clark?
"He's a four-year starter and has been a starter on our three state championship teams," he stated. "He plays with a lot of emotion. He doesn't like to lose and is a leader. He's big and has a great motor, that keeps him running. He also plays lacrosse, so he's athletic too."