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2014 WR Dyer hopes for more offers 

June, 6, 2013
This spring, South Houston (Texas) High School receiver Elton Dyer saw several colleges pass through his campus and show interest in him.

In the summer he's hoping that interest translates to more offers.

TEXAS CITY, Texas -- These days, it's all smiles for ESPN 150 receiver Armanti Foreman.

Life is good for the Texas City (Texas) High School star. Offers are coming left and right. He's preparing for a banner senior season with his twin brother, 2014 running back D'Onta Foreman. He's enjoying the final weeks of his junior year of high school. On Tuesday, Armanti was sprinting past defensive backs and juking defenders out of their shorts, showing the playmaking ability that has so many colleges at his doorstep.

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#BlueChipBattles: ESPN 150 release edition

April, 19, 2013
Speedy Noil, Adoree Jackson, Da'Shawn HandStudent Sports, ESPN, ESPNSpeedy Noil, Adoree Jackson and Da'Shawn Hand are three of the most coveted recruits in the Class of 2014.
#BlueChipBattles Insider: RecruitingNation summoned its writers from around the country to outline the recruiting battles for the ESPN 150's top 10 prospects.

Plus, rank the battles in SportsNation.

#TopFBMixtapes: Athlete mixtapes are all the rage in this highlight-crazed era of sports. We reached out to our Twitter followers to find out which 2014 football stars had the best highlight reels on YouTube, then had our staff rank and comment on the top submissions.

Tom Luginbill writes Insider: After talking to many coaches across the country and hearing their frustrations, here are their five biggest complaints about homemade highlight videos.

Texas City twins nab first dual offer 

April, 11, 2013
As his brother has picked up offer after offer, Texas City (Texas) High School running back D'Onta Foreman has waited patiently for his chance to come.

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Trent Gow ready for Texas junior day 

February, 23, 2012
Trent Gow (Mansfield, Texas) isn’t afraid to admit it. An offer from the Texas Longhorns would be the money offer for him.

Gow’s hoping an offer will come Saturday, as he prepares for the Texas junior day. The 6-foot-3, 235-pound tight end has been a fan of the Longhorns since he was young. Gow has family in Georgetown, Texas, roughly 15 minutes away from the Texas campus. He also has a cousin who is a freshman at Texas.

“In my mind, this is the biggest [junior day] invite that I’ve received,” Gow said. “I can’t wait to get down there.”

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Texas Longhorns Show Out On Pro Day
The Texas Longhorns produced several eligible NFL Draft athletes who participated in Pro Day Tuesday afternoon in Austin, Texas.