Midlands: Houston Notebook (3/12/14)

Scout.com has had lots of activity in the Midlands region. Today, we look at a few recruiting notes from the Greater Houston area.

Weekend Visit for Anderson?
Busy with track, Alvin (Tex.) Manvel defensive back Deontay Anderson has not been able any unofficial visit this off season. But that could change this weekend…possibly.

"I'm trying to go somewhere this Saturday, but I'm not quite sure where yet. Right now, it could be Houston or Texas A&M. I may try to check them out."

The 6-foot-1, 190-pound Anderson will try and make it to College Station, Tex. this weekend because of a schedule conflict with March 28, the same weekend as Texas Relays.

Edwards Heading to Rice
After making junior day visits to TCU and Texas during this off season, Katy (Tex.) Cinco Ranch offensive lineman Isaiah Edwards will now attend the same event at the in-town Rice program. The massive lineman (6-7, 367) still seeks his first offer. Could this weekend be the first one?

No Break in Spring for Moore
While many of his counterparts will be relaxing, on vacation or on a beach checking out the future college co-eds, Galena Park (Tex.) North Shore offensive lineman Tyler Moore is all business. 

During his spring break, taking care of some unofficial visits is on the list. The first stop will happen on Wednesday of this week.

Moore's Spring Break Schedule
Oklahoma State – Wed. March 12
Oklahoma – Thurs. March 13
Louisiana Tech – Sat. March 15

So far, the 6-foot-5, 330-pound Moore has a lone offer from Louisiana Tech, but at the rate things are happening for him, that likely won't be the case much longer. Moore said that he feels that TCU, Texas and Oklahoma are "on the verge" of offering.

Lockett on the Move?
Much like his teammate Anderson, Alvin (Tex.) Manvel defensive back William Lockett may look to make a move this week. The 5-foot-11, 183-pound Lockett has offers from Maryland and Michigan State, but has consistently mentioned that Oklahoma is a school that is high on him. With that, the Sooners may get a visit this week.

Davis a Hot Commodity
It's been a while since the top 2015 athlete Jordan Davis from Clear Lake, Tex. committed to Texas A&M, but has not stopped the onslaught of teams pursuing him and requesting visits. 

"It's been getting crazy," Davis said to Scout.com's Jason Higdon. "I am getting into my senior year and everyone who needs a big time tight end is reaching out to me right now."

He said that Texas, Auburn, Texas Tech, LSU and Oklahoma are coming at him the hardest right now. He did say that he would like to visit some of these schools, but has not yet decided where to.

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