VIDEO: Sam Houston Top Prospects

SAN ANTONIO -- FOX Sports NEXT had the opportunity to talk with San Antonio (Tex.) Sam Houston head coach Gary Green and get his thoughts on a few prospects to watch this fall...

Though San Antonio (Tex.) Sam Houston didn't have the 2012 season for which they were hoping, the Hurricanes have a few returning players who could make an impact on the field this fall.

FOX Sports NEXT spoke with the team's head coach, Gary Green, to get his take on three emerging prospects: William Richardson, Tomaria Stringfellow, and Donald Jackson

The athletes have garnered interest from a few programs, and Green thinks the attention will increase over the next few months.

"If these guys do what I expect them to do this year, there will be colleges who will be interested in them," he said.

Offensive lineman William Richardson

"He is the strongest guy on our team. He's squatting well over 600 pounds. I'm expecting an awful lot from him. He's a little short for major college offensive lineman, but there are a lot of colleges out there that just look for good players and I think he's going to be one of them," said Green of Richardson, whom he projects will play center in college.

Richardson has been hearing from Michigan, Baylor, UTSA, Oklahoma State, Indiana, Colorado State, San Diego State, and Yale.

Athlete Tomaria Stringfellow

"He will definitely play both ways. He can play quarterback; he's very accurate, very smart. Last season, he was our best running back and our best defensive back. He's a very physical guy. He's got a great build, great speed, and he will knock your head off. I expect him to be the leader on our field this year," said Green.

Stringfellow will camp at Baylor on May 31st and has interest in UTSA, Houston, and Texas State.

Cornerback Donald Jackson

"Donald is about 5-foot-8, 160-pounds, but he's one of the strongest guys on our team, pound for pound. He benches about 255-pounds. He's got about a thirty-five to forty inch vertical jump, which is necessary for defensive back. he's very physical; he's a good tackler, a good coverer, and he will be much more mature this year," he said.

Jackson also has plans to camp with the Bears at the end of the month.

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