Spring (Texas) Westfield High School has a trio of receivers who have snagged college offers over the past 10 days.
The trio of Ja-Mes Logan, Barry Ford and Adam Watson will be returning seniors with at least a year of varsity football under their respective belts.
"These are three talented guys," Westfield coach Corby Meekins said. "Adam has been starting since he was a sophomore and is a great inside receiver. Barry and Ja-Mes are both over 6 feet 2 and they can go up and get the ball."
Logan, the brother of Washington National centerfielder Nook Logan, was recently offered by Ole Miss and Kansas. Nebraska, Arizona, Missouri and Fresno State are also showing interest.
"I'm really open to everything right now," Logan said. "I'd like to go to a program that gets the ball to their receivers a lot."
The 6-foot-2 Ford has been offered by Boise State, while Watson has been offered by Portland State.
Spreading the ball around to this talented receiving corps is junior-to-be quarterback Jacoby Walker. The 6-foot-2 youngster was handed the reigns to the Mustang offense last season.
"He's the hardest working kid we've had in this program since I've gotten here," Meekins said. "He leaves when I leave and that is late."
Meekins confirmed that Walker has two offers from Big 12 schools but wouldn't go into specifics. He also confirmed that Walker was already academically qualified as a 15-year-old and is doing academic work two grades ahead of his classification.
To further his football education, Walker will be attending one-day camps at Baylor, Texas and Oklahoma State in weeks to come.
"I've always liked Texas and Vince Young of course," he said. "I also like the pro-style quarterbacks like Andre Woodson, who played at Kentucky. I'm just really surprised how quickly this has all come at me."
The offensive quartet will be on display this weekend at the Cypress Creek seven-on-seven tournament.