"I have an offer from North Texas," Wyche told JCFootball.com. "They just offered a couple of days ago and I'm working on setting up a date to go see them here pretty soon.
"I haven't taken any visits as of yet. Most of the schools are just waiting for me to give them a date, but I have to make time because I am busy with my classes."
In addition to his offer from the Eagles, Wyche also had offer from Sam Houston State, Southeastern Louisiana, St. Francis and a few other FBS programs had shown some interest.
"A few schools liked me, but they wanted me to stay another year (at Valley)," Wyche said.
As a freshman last season, Wyche led the Monarchs with 820 yards and 15 touchdowns on the ground. He also added 10 receptions for 110 yards and score as well.
"I'm explosive and I run hard," Wyche noted. "I have good speed, I'm a good receiver and I like contact."
As a prep, Wyche enjoyed a solid career at Prep Charter High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but he only had interest from smaller schools, so he decided to head west in order to garner more attention and also to focus on the things needed to focus on.
"The coaches here recruited me and they said I could get more looks here," Wyche said. "I also just felt like it was a good move for me so I could get away from things and concentrate on getting better."
Wyche was a full-qualifier, so he will need to decide if he wants to return to Valley for one more season or if he will sign with a school and enroll there this summer.
If he were to leave this summer, Wyche would have four years to play three starting this fall.
Anthony Wyche Scout Profile