Illinois, Nevada Busy Monday in DFW

2015 ATH Dare Odeyingbo

Two out-of-state schools issued three offers apiece Monday in the DFW Metroplex. recaps the recipients.

Illinois and Nevada were busy in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex on Monday, sending out three offers each.

Illinois hit up a pair of 2016 teammates and even extended an offer to a 2017 prospect, while Nevada stuck to the 2015 class.

Sachse 2016 standouts Jared Mayden (cornerback) and Devin Duvernay (receiver) tweeted the news of their offers Monday afternoon. The offers to the duo come as no surprise when you consider that Illinois offered Sachse 2015 running back Devine Ozigbo less than a month ago. (Ozigbo snagged an Iowa State offer Monday to push is list further into the teens.)

Monday's third Illinois target was Plano East 2017 linebacker Anthony Hines, who committed to Mississippi State last fall.

Hines now holds more than 20 offers. Mayden has 19 offers, while Duvernay has 16.

News of Nevada's offers came out later in the day. Irving Cistercian athlete Dare Odeyingbo (pictured above), a 6-foot-2, 242-pound 2015 prospect, picked up one of the Wolfpack offers, along with an offer from Iowa.

Coppell 2015 running back Charles West got his third offer from Nevada, which joined Arkansas State and Texas Tech as the schools that have offered the speedy runner. Nevada became the first offer for Flower Mound Marcus offensive lineman Creighton Barr, who earned Offensive Line MVP honors from during a late January Next Level Athlete camp.

Missouri offered two DFW prospects Monday: Ennis 2015 four-star defensive end James Lockhart and Coppell 2015 three-star offensive lineman Connor Williams.

Lockhart, ranked in the top 20 of Scout's Texas Hot 100 state rankings, also got Monday offers from Kansas State and California. He and Odeyingbo joined Mesquite Poteet 2015 receiver/athlete DeAndre McNeal as Monday's multi-offer recipients. McNeal got offers from Alabama and Purdue. Recommended Stories

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