The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex continues to be rich recruiting territory for schools from outside the state of Texas.
The first three days of the week saw 22 total offers go out to players in the Metroplex. Of those almost two dozen offers, 17 came from schools outside the Lone Star State.
Offensive line was position of emphasis Tuesday and Wednesday, when four out-of-state schools extended offers to four different DFW prospects.
The first came from Notre Dame, which offered Allen 2016 offensive tackle Greg Little on Tuesday. Little is a 6-foot-6, 285-pound prospect who has already been given the five-star tag by Scout.com. Little may reach 20 offers before the end of the spring.
Three out-of-state schools offered Metroplex O-linemen Wednesday, starting with Oklahoma's offer to Coppell 2015 three-star offensive guard Connor Williams. The Sooners give the 6-foot-4, 255-pound Williams six offers along with TCU, Texas Tech, Colorado State, North Texas, and Wake Forest.
Flower Mound Marcus head coach Gerry Stanford tweeted the news Wednesday night that 2015 four-star offensive tackle Keaton Sutherland received a Michigan offer. The Wolverines give the 6-foot-5, 260-pound Sutherland a dozen offers. Sutherland is No. 39 in Scout.com's Texas Hot 100 state rankings.
The fourth offensive line offer from an out-of-state program went out Wednesday evening to Flower Mound offensive tackle Evan Curl, who announced via Twitter that he received an offer from Navy. The Midshipmen join North Texas, Texas State, and Toledo on the 6-foot-5, 280-pounder's offer list.
With a few more days left in this recruiting week, don't be surprised if more out-of-state offers arrive in DFW.