The 2011 class is headlined by two prospects that already have college offers in linebacker Chet Moss and offensive tackle Spencer Drango. Both attended the Texas Longhorn mini-camp on Sunday, and Moss told Burnt Orange Beat that he had a great time at the camp.
"I loved it. It was great. It was cool to see how I stacked up against all the other linebackers. I talked to Coach Muschamp quite a bit. I think I did really well. I am very interested in them and they are interested in me so we will see how it plays out," Moss said.
On June 6, Moss attended a one-day camp in Lubbock and got a good feeling about Texas Tech as well.
"I went to a game up there (Lubbock) when they played Nebraska. I really liked it. Coach Ruffin is a great guy and a great coach. It's a cool place," said Moss.
Moss and Drango will also travel together to Colorado this weekend to see the Buffalos and attend another mini-camp and a combine.
"I am going to my last camp this weekend at Colorado," Moss added. After Friday's Buffalo mini-camp, Moss and Drango will also participate in a NIKE camp in Colorado.
Although Moss is not closing any doors to college recruiters just yet, he does have a good idea of a top four schools.
"I have narrowed it down to a top four for now – Texas, Texas Tech, Colorado, and SMU," Moss concluded.
Moss checked in at 6-1 and 230 pounds at Texas on Sunday.