In the film room: Corner Tyler Stephenson

Finding true cornerbacks is never an easy task. One of the corners that has emerged in the state of Texas in the 2010 class is Tyler Stephenson of Lancaster High. With a bevy of offers including one from Butch Davis of North Carolina, Stephenson shows that he has the skills to be a big time player. Take a look at his junior highlights!

College coaches scour the country on a yearly basis hoping to find true cover cornerbacks. With so many teams in the spead offense, having enough corners with the ability to cover on an island is even a tougher task.

The state of Texas seemingly never lacks for corner prospects and one of the top prospects to emerge in the 2010 class is Lancaster's Tyler Stephenson. The 5-10, 160 pound football and track star is garnering attention from programs around the country and is up to eight offers with an expected trip to Texas on Saturday and possible offer looming.

Stephenson, who posted 55 tackles and two interceptions in 2008, has impressed college coaches with his quick and fluid pedal, ability to turn and recover and his willingness to come up in the run force and give up his body.

With offers from the likes of North Carolina, Texas A&M, Kansas, Colorado State, Baylor, Minnesota, Houston and Tulsa, the slight of build junior already has many an option before the spring evaluation period beginning.

Here is a look at what all the fuss is about.

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