Bullard (Texas) Brook Hill's Seth Brasher had a breakout sophomore season in 2013. That performance, and an impressive frame, have recruiters noticing the 2016 receiver prospect as they venture through East Texas during the spring evaluation period, which extends from April 15 to May 31.
Brasher told Scout.com on Friday afternoon that four FBS programs stopped by earlier this week.
At 6-foot-2, 176 pounds, Brasher has good size and possesses the space on his frame to add positive weight. He looks the part of a natural receiver and is a smooth route-runner.
Brasher said linebackers coach Marcus Freeman stopped by for Purdue, while North Texas running backs coach/special teams coordinator Tommy Perry and Louisiana Tech defensive backs coach/special teams coordinator Ronnie Bradford dropped in.
Brasher caught 58 passes for 902 yards and eight touchdowns in 2013, leading Brook Hill in all three categories.
Brasher said the offseason has gone well as he prepares for what he expects to be a big junior season.
"It's been going good," Brasher said. "I've been working on route-running and getting off the jam at the line of scrimmage. Also just catching balls."
The East Texas region has four prospects in the 2016 class with at least one offer so far, led by Nacogdoches four-star safety Brandon Jones, who already has 15 offers. Each of the other three players with offers -- Tyler John Tyler four-star defensive tackle Braylon Jones, Athens cornerback Travon Fuller, and Nacogdoches defensive back Corey Lane -- has one apiece.