Colleges across the country continue to take advantage of the spring evaluation period (April 15 to May 31) as a time to venture out and offer new prospects.
That's definitely been the case in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, where more than 60 offers have gone out in the last eight days. At least 16 offers were issued Monday alone. Six of those offers went to prospects in DFW's 2016 class.
Three more offers went to players at West Mesquite, which has at least five FBS-caliber prospects on campus.
Cornerback Bailey Phillips picked up an offer from Clemson, which had already offered three of his 2015 teammates in quarterback Chason Virgil, cornerback Josh Butler, and receiver Akilian Butler, who is committed to Boise State. Phillips is approaching double-digit offers.
Speaking of Boise State, the Broncos are targeting another West Mesquite prospect after signing 2014 safety Dylan Sumner-Gardner in February and getting Akilian Butler's commitment a couple of weeks ago. That new target is 2016 receiver Dee Anderson, a 6-foot-4, 170-pounder who got the first offer of his recruitment Monday from Indiana before Boise State gave him his second soon after.
The final 2016 offer of the day went to 6-foot-6, 285-pound five-star offensive tackle Greg Little, another one of Allen's star prospects. Little picked up an offer from Florida, which has also been active in Texas lately with offers to players such as Virgil and Nacogdoches 2015 cornerback Jaylon Lane.
Little's offer list is well into the teens. He will be one of the nation's top recruits in the 2016 class.