Tre Adams, a 6-foot-3, 185-pound wide receiver from Frisco (Texas) Wakeland was happy to report that he picked up his first scholarship offer this weekend.
"Texas State University offered me on Saturday," Adams said. "I went up there for their junior day and they brought me in and I talked to the head coach and he offered my pretty much right when I got there and that means a lot. I have been dreaming about playing division one football since I was six and started playing football."
Adams is liking what he saw around the Texas State program during his visit.
"They just got a new receivers coach (Ron Antoine), but he actually coached at Fresno State for awhile and coached guys like Davante Adams and other NFL wide receivers. I got to meet him and he is a really good guy. The coaching staff seems really good, because they do everything as a team. Almost the whole entire staff has been talking to me and making me feel like I can come on board."
Texas State is not the only college to show Adams interest. He is the type of prospect who could really explode in the spring as coaches come through and see his frame and ability.
Some are already tracking him very closely.
"So probably Utah, Arizona State, and Columbia," Adams reported about his interest list. "I have been talking to them the most right now. UNT (North Texas) just reached out recently and they seem very interested (and) they want me to come out sometime in the next few weeks for spring football.
Those are the four most interested schools that I have been communicating with on the most regular basis."
Utah signed two prospects from Frisco, Texas in last year's cycle and has a connection now to the area.
"Yeah they really like my film," Adams informed. "I talked to them a couple weeks ago and it seems like they just need to come out and see me and see that one extra thing to offer me, but right now they seem like they are really interested, so just got to wait until spring when they can come out and see me and just hope for the best."
As a junior, Adams secured 62 receptions for 949 yards and scored nine touchdowns to earn First Team All-District honors.
"Last season I was dealing with a bit of a hip injury," Adams said. "I lacked a little explosion out of my breaks and I have been working on that all off-season and I am fully healthy now, so I can't wait to see what happens next season.
My advantages on the field are going up and getting the ball with my size and aggression with blocking."
Adams reports a 25 ACT and a 3.5 GPA and would like to study Business Communications in college.