For now, Friendswood (TX) tight end Trevor Stevens only holds one offer. And while he is set to make camp visits to a number of colleges in hopes of getting more, he does not feel the pressure of trying to seek a first offer.
"I'm feeling good right now. Everyone I have talked to said that tight end is a slow position to offer," Stevens said. "I have one offer now so I am not that worried. I plan to just keep working hard."
That mindset has worked out well for the 6-foot-4, 242-pound Stevens. Right now, Iowa State is the lone program on Stevens' offer list, but a number of others could step up as the summer months are present.
Rice, Mississippi State, Arkansas and Boise State all have shown plenty of interest and any one of those could drop an offer on Stevens.
"I will try and get out to a couple of camps this summer. Right now it looks like Rice, Alabama, Houston, North Texas and Mississippi State are the camps that I will try and make," Stevens said.
Last season, Stevens caught 12 passes for 161 yards and four touchdowns. He also played on the defensive side of the ball as well, but he said that offense is where most programs want to use him.
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