Mansfield quarterback Jerod Evans has narrowed his choices down to two schools, Mansfield coach Jeff Hulme said on Thursday.
"It's probably a two-horse race between North Texas and Air Force right now," Hulme said.
The 6-foot-4, 210 pound Evans visited Air Force and will visit North Texas on Jan. 20th.
Evans threw for 1,871 yards and 25 TDs and rushed for 717 yards and 6 TDs in leading the Tigers to the Class 5A Div. II regionals this year.
Hulme said Mansfield receiver Gary Davis (6-3, 180), who caught 23 passes for 498 yards and 8 TDs this year, could end up at Air Force as well.
Bell QB looking at four
Hurst L.D. Bell quarterback Kyle Romano is focused on four schools with just a few weeks remaining before signing day and is very high on Eastern Kentucky, Bell coach Mark Smith said.
Romano is also considering Air Force, Sam Houston State and Abilene Christian.
He will visit Eastern Kentucky this weekend and Smith said Romano as developed a good repore with the Colonels' coaching staff.
Romano was a true dual-threat for the Blue Raiders this season, acting as the team's leading passer and rusher.
He threw for 1,851 yards and 14 TDs and rushed for 913 yards (6 yards per carry) and 17 TDs while leading Bell to a bi-district berth.
- Matthew Reagan