The 6-foot-0, 180-pound Flannel, who runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds, could project as a defensive back, running back or wide receiver on the next level.
"I am really liking Texas A&M, Oklahoma State and Missouri a lot," Flannel said. "I am supposed to be setting up official visits to Missouri and Arizona here soon. I want to see at least Missouri before I commit, but I really will probably take two or three of my visits first."
Flannel was district MVP was sophomore and junior seasons. He was also named all-county co-MVP as a junior. As a junior he rushed for 1,498 yards and 15 touchdowns on 171 carries.
"Most schools are recruiting me as a cornerback or athlete," Flannel said. "I think a lot of them just want to get me on campus and see where I fit in best."