Bigger Offers Coming for Texas OL?

Scout.com has a quick update on Reagan offensive lineman Gewhite Stallworth from Houston, Texas. So far this massive tackle has been on a tear this season and the word is that he may be in play for a few more offers.

When Houston (Tex.) Reagan offensive tackle Gewhite Stallworth first came on to the scene as a sophomore, he was a massive young and raw athlete. He was considered by some to be nearly ineffective because his size, speed and footwork was preventing him from making the plays needed to tackle whom Division I coaches would want to consider adding to the roster.

Back then, he was well over 350 pounds and ran the 40-yard in about 7 seconds. Fast forward to the present, Stallworth has trimmed down to 6-foot-8, 325 pounds and as of this past off season has a couple of offers from Central Arkansas and Lamar.

Now it seems that with the new changes to his physical body and game play, there are a few larger programs that seemed to want to take another look at him.

"There are several schools that have been asking about Gewhite. San Diego State, Kansas, UTSA, Oklahoma and Arizona State," Reagan coach Stephen Dixon told Scout.com. "They like him at the tackle position and he is a flat out beast now. I think even LSU and Florida Atlantic may jump in on him also."

No doubt Stallworth has been a pivotal piece of the success at Reagan as of late. The team is 3-1 on the year and is averaging almost 330 yards of offense per game. 

Stay tuned for more on Stallworth as the season progresses.

Ahmard Vital is responsible for Midlands Recruiting, mainly covering prospects in the state of Texas. He joined Scout.com in 2005 and is the author of the newly released book, Awaken the Baller Within.
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