Offers flooding in for Patriots

John Curtis Christian juniors Mattrell McGraw, Terrence Alexander, Kenny Young and Malachi Dupre have amassed a large number of offers. Get details inside on those four, as well as three teammates that could blow up next...

The last two weeks have been downright frenetic at national champ John Curtis Christian School with offers pouring in for four of the Patriots' top juniors.

Arizona State offered CB Terrence Alexander last night, joining the likes of Stanford, Tulane, Ole Miss, Tennessee and many more. The Rebels were first to offer.

Safety Mattrell McGraw has a dozen offers with Vanderbilt and Tulane among the latest.

"Vanderbilt is a very intriguing offer," McGraw said. "They were neck-and-neck against South Carolina in the opener. Vandy is especially intriguing. They're SEC and with the academics it's a thumbs up.

"Tulane is also intriguing. It's close to my grandma's house and my family would be able to come see me play. Coach C.J. (Curtis Johnson) says he doesn't redshirt freshmen. I would get a chance to play with teammates, which is another positive."

The Green Wave signed four from Curtis earlier this month.

LB Kenny Young and WR Malachi Dupre were each offered recently by Texas A&M and Michigan, among others.

"It's a good feeling," Young said. "It's an exciting time at Curtis and a once in a lifetime thing with recruiting."

Georgia Tech and Houston also offered Young this month. The 6-2, 225-pounder shares McGraw's enthusiasm for academics as he is interested in pursuing an engineering degree.

College coaches tell Young they love his toughness and non-stop motor.

Dupre is the highest-ranked prospect on the team roster. The four-star wide-out hauled in an offer from Michigan head coach Brady Hoke this week. The nation's No. 3 player at his position, Dupre has received nearly 30 total offers.

Three more highly-regarded junior Patriots -- DB Prine Lewis and RBs George Moreira and Raekwon James -- are waiting on their first offer.

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