The Texas Tech game will be a busy weekend as a trio of prospects make official visits, including Converse (Judson), Texas safety prospect TreQuille Flowers. The 6-2, 175-pound speedster (4.45) is being recruited by Baylor, BYU, Kansas State, and Mississippi State among others.
Dreamius Smith is one of the top, if not the very best, running back prospect in junior college football. The Wichita, Kan., native is good friends with current Cowboy runner Joseph Randle.
Smith has rushed for more than 1,000 yards despite rarely playing even three quarters for No. 2-ranked Butler County (Kan.) Community College. Smith is likely going to make his decision between Oklahoma State and West Virginia as previous OSU running backs coach Robert Gillespie and current Cowboys running backs coach Jemal Singleton are going head to head.
Butler has a good chance of playing Iowa Western and Oklahoma State junior college defensive end recruit Devon Nash for the NJCAA national championship.
Another junior college prospect scheduled to visit is big 6-6, 295-pound Brandon Garrett out of Trinity Valley (Texas) Community College. Garrett is originally out of Deer Park, Texas, and could be the final piece to Joe Wickline's offensive line recruiting picture for 2013.
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy even made an in-person and in-season evaluation to Munday.
Last week Munday defeated Era 82-0 and Paul threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to open up the scoring and then the 5-11, 165 pound bolt of lightning added a 67-yard punt return for a touchdown and an 85-yard interception return for a touchdown.
Paul is showing interest with OSU and is scheduled to make an unofficial visit for the game with Texas Tech.
Among those whose playoffs began last week with first-round wins were Emporia, Kan., athlete Jerel Morrow and Highlands Ranch (Valor Christian), Colo., quarterback Luke Del Rio. Two other players, offensive linemen Rami Hammad and Jaxon Salinas of Irving High School, had a chance at making the playoffs but need some help in their district this Friday.