Two-way standout has two offers

Tyreace House (5-8, 178, 4.47) from Palmdale, Calif., has the versatility that D-I schools like. Besides running back and corner, House has done a fine job at wide receiver for Palmdale. The talented all-around athlete has two offers on the table and perhaps another one its way.
[House has rushed for 229 yards while averaging 11.00 yards per carry and has scored two rushing touchdowns. He is also having fine year as a receiver. House leads the team with 20 receptions for 384 yards while averaging 24.2 yards per catch and has accounted for two receiving touchdowns.
House can also help a team as a special team's player. He has returned three punts for 136 yards with a long return of 96 yards for another touchdown.
As a kick returner, House has 75 yards on three returns.
On the defensive side of the ball, House has racked up 14 tackles. The opposition rarely throws the ball in his direction.
Washington, UNLV and Fresno State are recruiting him the hardest. Washington and UNLV have offered House a scholie. He has set up his first visit to Fresno State.
What side of the ball will House play on the D-I level.
"Washington is probably recruiting me for offense and UNLV for defense," House said. "Fresno State is recruiting me as an athlete."
"I have set up a visit to Fresno State for January 6th," House said. "I'm also going to set up a visit with Washington. I am talking with Washington about a visit now."
Oregon State, San Diego State, Colorado and Wyoming are showing some interest in House.
What is House looking for in a school?
"Academics will be very important to me," House said. "I also play baseball and I may play that sport as well."
House plays center field and is a leadoff hitter for Palmdale.
"I'm going to choose a school that gives me the best offer," House said. "That would include me playing baseball."
House and his Palmdale teammates will travel to Westlake this Friday Evening to take on power house, Oaks Christian.