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Tyrik Rollison, out of Sulphur Springs, is considered the top QB prospect from East Texas. Heralded for his accuaracy and poise, the 6'2" and 186-pound junior led is starting to generate some major buzz in the college recruiting world, and he has already received six offers. So what does the dual-threat signal caller think of the Red Raiders? Come inside to find out.

Tyrik Rollison has all of the physical tools he needs to be a great college quaterback. With good size at 6'2", 186 lbs., 4.6-40 speed, and the ability to throw the ball with great accuracy, Rollison has shown that he can be a threat both on the ground and through the air.

And colleges obviously agree because he is starting to reel in the offers.

So what does Tyrik What are Rollison's biggest strengths?

"It's my ability to move around the pocket," Rollison said. "I would consider myself a dual-threat quarterback. I have an ability to create plays.

Tyrik had a spectacular junior season, leading Sulphur Springs High to a 9-2 record and scoring 44 touchdowns.

"I had 130 carries for 554 yards and seven touchdowns on the ground. I was 296 for 432 attempts for 3,696 yards and 37 touchdowns with 10 interceptions. I had a 70% completion percentage."

As a junior, Rollison picked up the top honors for the district and one of the top honors in the state as a quarterback.

"I was the offensive district MVP for our district. I was also first team all-state AP and was voted second team all-state by a newspaper."

On the recruiting front, Rollison has taken a liking to two Big 12 South teams.

"I am really looking at Texas Tech and Oklahoma State. I like their passing offenses at each school. I have visited Texas Tech, but I haven't visited Oklahoma State yet. Neither one of the schools has offered."

While Rollison's top two schools haven't offered yet, there are six schools that have.

"I do have some offers. I have offers from Texas A&M, Houston, Kansas, Florida State, Nebraska and Arizona. They have all offered me as a quarterback."

Quality of education and distance are two of the main factors Rollison is considering.

"I am looking at the education first. Distance is somewhat of a factor. I would like to stay closer to home. Texas Tech and Oklahoma State are not too far away."

As for his plans for making visits, Rollison is still somewhat undecided.

"I am probably going to go and hit some one day camps. I don't know to which schools yet. I had to miss the Nike combine that I was planning on."

Stay tuned to see if Rollison can get an offer from the Red Raiders.



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