Early Offer: Targeting top Texans 

November, 13, 2013
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The Early Offer is RecruitingNation's regular feature, giving you a daily dose of recruiting in the mornings. Wednesday's offerings: Some of the best football in the country is played in East Texas, so it’s no surprise to see two of the area’s top uncommitted prospects have become hot targets with recruiters; RecruitingNation played 20 questions with five-star linebacker Raekwon McMillan on Tuesday, and it might surprise you to find out where he said he enjoyed visiting the most; and will four-star offensive tackle Frank Ragnow stay in the Midwest?

East Texas stars become hot targets
Longview High four-star defensive tackle Zaycoven Henderson and three-star athlete Kevin Shorter of Newton are two of the best players in East Texas and are emerging as two of the top remaining prospects on the board in the Lone Star State. Henderson, who is the No. 36 defensive tackle, has already visited Texas Tech officially, and he tweeted Monday that his top three schools are Texas, Baylor and Tech and then said he had no order. Shorter, a longtime Texas commit, also took to Twitter and said he would be taking official visits despite his pledge to the Longhorns. Shorter, the No. 54 athlete, said he was going to visit UCLA, Arkansas, Texas A&M, UT and FSU. While he does remain pledged to the Horns, insiders believe Arkansas is a major threat in his recruitment.

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