Because of this, he's receiving interest from across the recruiting landscape, including from Austin. Texas wide receivers coach Bobby Kennedy recently stopped by St. Mark's to check out the talented wideout.
As much as Texas has been hearing good things about Ussery, Ussery's hearing good things about Texas from a pair of close friends. Texas defensive end Sam Acho and his younger brother, Texas linebacker signee Emmanuel Acho, are close with Ussery and they've been giving him positive reports about the time they've each spent with the staff.
"I haven't met the coaches, but I've heard they're great," Ussery told Inside Texas. "Emmanuel and Sam really like them and say they're the best."
He'll be hitting almost every corner of the country and Ussery has been hearing from even more big time programs. Ussery said he's very appreciative of all the interest.
"It's great. I'm really honored by all of the attention," said Ussery.
Despite the early juncture and so many teams looking to bring him in for a visit, Ussery already has a rough Top Five formed.
"I'd say Florida, Notre Dame, Stanford, Texas and Oregon."
Texas has shown plenty of interest in bringing in the big wideout, but is a visit to Texas something Ussery is looking to set up?