One athlete to keep an eye on is receiver Tazh Maloy, a 5-foot-7, 165-pound prospect who led the Hawks in touchdowns last fall.
"I had a pretty good year for how many times I got the ball. I averaged over ten yards a carry and had the most touchdowns on the team, so I think I did pretty well," he said.
The receiver says coaches shouldn't be deterred by his size, as he will bring speed to an offense.
"Even though I'm small, I'm still faster and quicker than everybody else. I'm stronger, too," he said.
College interest has started to trickle in for Maloy, who is hoping things pick up this spring.
"I've been hearing from a few schools here and there. Nothing too serious, but I've heard from UTSA a lot, I went up to North Texas. I'm liking Texas Tech, too. I'd like to hear from schools like Oklahoma State and Baylor," he said.
Over the next few months, Maloy plans to attend a few camps and get more exposure.
"I'll definitely be going to Oklahoma State and Texas Tech camps and I'll head back to UTSA because I really liked it up there," he said.
Aside from recruiting, Maloy is also focused on his upcoming senior season.
"I'm really just trying to get better at things that I'm already pretty good at. I'm trying to figure out how I can do certain stuff better, like blocking and getting open in routes, stuff like that," he said.
Maloy and the Hawks will start up with 7on7 early next month.
For more, check out Maloy's junior highlights.