"Tulsa has said it is close to offering," Narcise told BigPurpleNation.com. "I'm also drawing interest from some of those other schools." The 2009 recruit, had thirty catches for 375 yards last year. Six of those catches were for touchdowns. In addition, the wide receiver was a threat on special teams with two punt returns for touchdowns. "No body would kick to me because I had a high return average."
Last season, Narcise played for Monsignor Kelly High School in Beaumont. "Last year we went 9-1 and we were undefeated in the regular season. I think we got a little big headed and that is why we lost in the first round of the playoffs." This year the senior will transfer schools to Memorial High School.
In addition to a change of scenery, Narcise will look to improve his game before making the jump to college. "I'm looking to improve on my size. I'm a bit small. I recently ran a 4.45 so I'm trying to just work my legs as well." Narcise is currently 6'0 and 177 pounds.
This summer, the wide receiver will attend the Texas A.M. and University of Houston's camps.
He will look to major in graphic design in college. BigPurpleNation.com will continue to monitor Narcise and let the fans know when he is offered.