There is no doubt that Mustapha Muhammad, a 6-foot-4, 213-pound tight end from Missouri City (Texas) Ridge Point is n the running to be the No 1 rated tight end in the nation in the 2018 cycle and he already has the offer list to prove it.
Offer have rolled in from coast-to-coast and he is getting a fist hand look at some of the schools this summer.
"I am going to camps and going on visits as well. On the 17th of June (today) I will be at Michigan and on the 24th I will be at UCLA," Muhammad said. "The following week after that I am going to Miami (Fl), Florida State and Florida."
"I have offers from all of the schools just mentioned and I am going to visit to see what each school has to offer, because I want to give each school a fair shot."
Those five schools Muhammad mentioned join a bevy of others on his scholarship tally, but some of the programs have seemed to ramp up its interest and there is still one school out there that he is hopeful joins that offer list soon.
"I am working hard to get the Stanford offer. I know that I have to have great grades and I am not too far off from what they have in mind, so I am going to keep grinding in the classroom."
As a sophomore, Muhammad made his varsity debut, catching 19 passes for 321 yards and five touchdowns on 16.9 yards per catch.
"I feel like I am a young versatile tight end with a lot of potential, who is working on his strengths," Muhammad answered when asked to explain what sets him apart at the position. "I am a problem for defenses because of the mismatch. I like O.J. Howard at Alabama and Greg Olsen and Jimmy Graham, all of the top tight ends that are out there."