Argyle’s J.C. Chalk still has a few weeks left in his sophomore year, but he’s already getting some heavy interest from big-time college football programs.
A few months ago, it looked as if J.T. Williams was headed to the Southeastern Conference.
Then a few weeks ago, the stress mounted as Williams’ options to play college football dwindled.
We’re less than 24 hours away from national signing day, and one of Ryan’s biggest recruits still has a decision to be made.
Things are getting a little clearer at Ryan with a week left until national signing day., but there is still uncertainty regarding the Raiders’ top recruits.
With national signing day rapidly approaching, Ryan senior defensive end Sekou Clark moved one step closer to continuing his football career.
The closer it gets to national signing day, the more hectic college football recruiting gets for kids that are still undecided.
Well, we’ve got updates on Ryan defensive linemen J.T. Williams and Sekou Clark.
It could be a pretty amazing 24 hours for Argyle junior running back Nick Ralston.
The night before Argyle faces Fairfield for the Class 3A Division II state title, Ralston said on Twitter that he was offered a collegiate scholarship by Arizona State (I’d embed the tweet, but our blog hates me at the moment.)
Ralston has rushed for 806 yards and 12 touchdowns in the playoffs, and 1,730 yards and 31 touchdowns on the season. In a playoff win against Melissa, Ralston rushed for 365 yards and five touchdowns.
I’d have more from him, but I don’t want to bother him the night before the state title game and incur the wrath of Argyle head coach Todd Rodgers.
Ryan senior defensive tackle J.T. Williams reported his fourth Football Bowl Subdivision scholarship offer today.
Louisiana Tech threw its name among the list of schools recruiting Williams. He’s already received offers from Missouri, Houston and North Texas. Houston Baptist, which will join the FCS’ Southland Conference in 2014, also offered Williams and fellow Ryan defensive lineman Sekou Clark.