The 6-foot-2, 183-pound defender already has a couple of Power Five offers, with interest pouring in from other big-time programs.
Beck, who transferred to George Ranch after tallying 45 tackles, three pass breakups and an interception at Fort Bend Travis last season, visited with the coaches at one of the Houston-area satellite camps Texas Tech held earlier this month. He plans to visit Texas Tech unofficially this summer.
"When I visited the coaches at the satellite camp, I got the chance to talk to each and every one. I even got the chance to talk to the head coach, he's a really nice guy. They all just seemed nice. I'm looking forward to building a relationship with them, I'm trying to visit Tech this summer and get my parents to schedule something to Lubbock this summer."
While Texas Tech hasn't developed a good reputation yet defensively under head coach Kliff Kingsbury, Beck isn't worried about it at all.
"I'm not worried about the critics and stuff like that. Coach Spavital had told me that he had coached DBs that made it to the next level, and that's what I'm trying to do. He's gonna prepare me for that. He told me how one year they were leading the league in interceptions. It seems like a good defensive back coaching school, I don't really listen to all the critics about Texas Tech."
One of the biggest factors playing in Tech's favor is the conference that they play in.
"It is exciting because I'm gonna be up against the best every week if I was to play at Texas Tech. With all of the talent in the conference I feel like that's good on my part, it would give me a chance to showcase my talent."
Some other big schools have recently entered the picture for Beck.
"I've also been talking to Oklahoma, they said they wanted to see me run around before they offer me. Coach Hammerschmidt with Oklahoma State, he had visited my high school earlier this spring, he said that they were gonna offer me soon, but they haven't offered me yet. I'm currently trying to schedule some visits with the offers that I have, U of H and Texas Tech will be the first schools I visit."
It's still very early in the process for the big DB, who plans on taking more visits before narrowing down a list of schools.
"I'm just keeping everything even. I'm good right now."
The corner, who has been clocked with a 4.67-second 40 yard dash, plans on doing his research before committing to a school.
"Me and my dad always talk about it, not to go to a school for the hype and stuff like that. I feel like a lot of people could get mixed up in the hype and go to a school they don't even want to go to, it's just not the best fit for them. So I'm just gonna go visit, talk to my coaches, see what best fits me, and build a relationship with the team and my family."
The George Ranch recruit does not currently have a timeline or any favorites. He holds offers from Kansas, SMU, Houston, and Texas Tech, and is receiving interest from Oklahoma and Oklahoma State among others.