"The campus is very impressive at Kentucky. They also have my major, Sports Management. I like how the coaches at Kentucky are committed to winning and Coach Phillips is easy to talk to. It was a good trip. Coach Sanders really impressed me and I think I could learn a lot from him," said Printz.
Mix has camped in Tuscaloosa three years straight and he is happy about the offer.
"I always like the vibe I get when at Alabama and I like how they run things. Their fans remind me a lot of the fans we have here at South Panola. The camp had a lot of talent there and that forced me to work even harder. I really liked that because I see now that I am not where I need to be. I really like Alabama because they make me feel at home," said Mix.
He has really created a buzz throughout the South over the past couple of months. Georgia is currently his leader.
He is a 6-foot-3, 230 pound linebacker that has drawn a lot of attention recently. Offers are coming in and he has a lot of them.
"My coach tells me I have been offered by over 20 schools," Hearns said. "I just talked to Notre Dame this week and they like me a lot. My coach tells me Notre Dame, Alabama, Georgia, Florida State, LSU, South Carolina, and some others have offered me. I am not sure who all has offered me, my coach handles that stuff."
Hearns grew up a fan of both FSU and Miami, but said he is completely open at this time.
The 5-foot-9, 176 pound junior has picked up offers from LSU and Southern Miss recently and he wants more.
"A lot of SEC schools are starting to come at me a little bit, but nothing major is happening right now other than with the two schools that have offered me," said Brazil. "I am from a really small town, so I am doing everything I can to get exposure. I want to get a lot more offers."