One small school in the state of Texas has produced a lot of Division 1 talent over the years.
This year appears to be no different for the little town of Refugio. Located 25 miles north of Corpus Christi, college recruiters are very familiar with its location.
Apparently SMU's new head football coach June Jones is aware of Refugio's reputation and plans on recruiting the entire state of Texas during his tenure on the Hilltop.
The Bobcats Wayne Frazier recently picked up his first official D1 offer when SMU offered the offensive lineman last week.
"It's a good offer," Frazier told PonyStampede.com Sunday. "SMU is a good school. I'm very excited about getting my first D1 offer. Coach (June) Jones is a great coach, he will turn their program around."
Frazier, a 6-foot-5, 300-pound athlete that runs a 5.2 forty, currently holds offers from the Mustangs and Texas A&M Kingsville. The standout lineman has taken an unofficial visit to the Dallas campus and plans on returning in a couple of weeks for a summer camp there.
"I'm going to camp there next week," Frazier said. "I have been to the campus before; it's beautiful and really nice. I look forward to getting to know the new coaching staff."
According to Frazier, he wouldn't mind leaving the small town life of Refugio for big city life.
"I love Dallas," Frazier said. "It's a lot better than Refugio. There are a lot more things to do in Dallas. I want to play for a quality program and get a great education."
Frazier has already made a 21 on the ACT and is uncertain of his current G.P.A.