A trio of teams issued three offers apiece in the DFW Metroplex during the week. Two of those came from outside the state of Texas, while another was a local team.
We'll start with the local squad, which was North Texas.
Head coach Dan McCarney's Mean Green were linemen-happy with their DFW offers, two of which went to the defensive side of the ball with Burleson's Kenneth Mann and Mansfield Legacy's Taaj Bakari. Mann's North Texas offer was his first. The third Mean Green offer went to an offensive lineman in Arlington Bowie's Madison Akamnonu.
Alabama went wild with offers in Texas this week. The Crimson Tide offered five players in the Lone Star State on Wednesday alone, including three from DFW. Two of them were Dallas Skyline teammates: receiver Carlos Strickland and linebacker Anthony Wheeler.
The other was large-framed Ennis defensive end James Lockhart, who continues to see his offer list grow into the teens.
Arizona State's Texas-tinged week coincided with the Sun Devils' announcement that former Longhorn director of player personnel Patrick Suddes had joined ASU's staff as an assistant athletic director for recruiting.
Suddes knows the state well, and that reflected in Arizona State's activity. ASU offered Rowlett defensive end Charles Omenihu and two Dallas South Oak Cliff teammates: defensive back Prentice McKinney and athlete Ladarryl Blair. Omenihu's offer came Tuesday, one day after he committed to Texas following a Longhorn junior day visit this past weekend.