Air Force Active in the ‘H'
Over the past week, more than a few offers came from the service academy Air Force. From Elkins, wide receiver Darren Woods got his first offer. Staying within the same city, Ridge Point running back Remus Bulmer also landed offer No. 1 from Air Force. Foster offensive lineman Eric David also got good news from the AFA coaching staff.
Clements wide receiver Luke Mayock got his first offer from Air Force, but also landed UNLV the following day. A similar situation occurred with Hightower defensive back Christian Bertrand, who got an Air Force offer in the midst of others, including Rice and Northern Colorado.
First Things First
Some of the players mentioned above got Offer No. 1 from Air Force, but there were a few more first timers from this past week in recruiting. According to a member on the Foster coaching staff, linebacker Eric Ogor got his first from Louisiana Lafayette. From Bush, Utah State was the first for defensive back Shola Ayinde.
Ketchum Makes a Move
After a few years as a game changer and playmaker for the Marshall program, four-star athlete J.W. Ketchum has made the move to Lamar High School. At the 7-on-7 tournament, Ketchum was leading the Lamar offense. Adding a player with the ability of Ketchum will only enhance an already strong squad. The dual-threat quarterback/athlete has several offers including Alabama, Texas and Oklahoma.
Those Manvel Boys…
It's no secret that the Manvel program has been loaded for a number of years. And this program just simply reloads and lots of its talent is the younger players. Players like safety Deontay Anderson, quarterback Deriq King, and receiver Reggie Hemphill (all 2016), along with defensive back William Lockett have all seen their offer counts increase daily.
All the above mentioned received an offer from Louisville, a program that has been tossing out plenty of offers lately. Anderson has also picked up a recent offer from Baylor while Washington offered Lockett.
More Offers Pouring In…
George Ranch defensive tackle Kingsley Keke is up to an impressive 22 offers. Word is that Arkansas was one of the programs that offered late last week.
Plenty of coaches were on hand last Wednesday for the Alief Taylor spring game. One of the coaches on hand was Washington. The following day, safety Kenneth McGruder had a UW offer.
Marshall offensive lineman Sam Awolope via twitter: Scored my 19th offer from Arkansas! #GoRazorbacks!
Foster defender Andrew Martel picked up a Northwestern State offer (No. 4) offer last week.
Top 2016 safety from North Shore Eric Monroe has been a hot player as of late. The SEC has come calling with South Carolina, Texas A&M and Kentucky offering over the past week.
Staying in the SEC and the 2016 class, Bellaire wide receiver Courtney Lark was offered by Kentucky.
SMU offers Little Cypress-Mauriceville offensive lineman Marvis Brown.
Offer No. 35 for Marshall five-star defender Kendall Sheffield. The latest is from Auburn.
Jersey Village defenders, linebacker Jordon Williams and safety Christian Taylor are back on the list again. Both were offered by Nevada. Taylor also got Tulsa and Texas Tech added to his list.
Ridge Point safety Jameel Cook was offered most recently by Minnesota and Illinois.
Kinkaid coach Nathan Larned took to twitter to let all followers know that offensive lineman Tyler Higby got a couple of Pac-12 offers. Add Arizona State and Oregon State to the list.
Arizona State the latest for Westfield offensive lineman Cordel Iwuagwu
Just before the spring game last Friday, Boise State commitment Darrell Stewart was offered by Memphis.