Stacy Conner, a 6-foot-5, 195-pound quarterback will be playing his senior year at Wylie (Texas) High after playing for Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne as a junior in 2016.
Conner helped Dunne to an 8-6 record and an appearance in the TAPPS state championship game.
He has emerged on the radar screen of multiple college programs, and has actually made an early commitment.
What was it about the Bobcats that stood out to Conner to make him pull the trigger on an early decision?
"Well the movement that they had at Texas State as of late made me want to commit there," Conner explained.
"Coach (Everett) Withers is a great coach and he kept is straight forward with me and I like that out of a coach, I don't like them to sugarcoat anything. I like a straightforward coach and he was straightforward with me and he just built a great relationship with my family.
As a junior, Conner completed 135-of-260 passes for 1,757 yards and 21 touchdowns at Dallas Bishop Dunne.
"I have a strong arm and I make great decisions," Conner said of his strengths and why colleges should be interested.
"If I need to make a play my improvisation is great. I just feel like I give it all I got on the field. I look up to guys like DeShaun Watson or Jameis Winston, I just really like their improvisation skills and the way they get the ball out, so I just see myself as one of those two quarterbacks."