You can never have too many good defensive backs. One of the fastest rising in the state is Tatum, Texas
safety Bryce Beal
, who has already earned his first Big 12 offer.
"I already have an offer from Kansas," Beal said. "Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and LSU are all recruiting me too though. I went to junior days at Oklahoma and Oklahoma State and I am going to one at Texas Tech in April."
The 5-foot-11, 200-pound Beal is being recruited as a safety and outside linebacker depending on the school.
"Oklahoma State and Oklahoma are two schools I am definitely looking at," Beal said. "I have been there and liked what I saw. Texas Tech is one I am looking at and I am looking forward to seeing it. Kansas has offered so I am looking at them."
As a junior Beal racked up a whopping 186 tackles, 25 tackles for loss, forced four fumbles, recovered three fumbles and scored three defensive touchdowns.
"I want to go to a school where the players like the coaches," Beal said. "I want to study pre-law wherever I go. For me, distance is not going to factor into my decision."
The Tennessee Volunteers signed Lennon Creer and Darnius Moore from Tatum in the class of 2007, look for the Vols to get involved with Beal.
"They have been talking to Tennessee about me," Beal said. "They talked to coach Trooper Taylor and he told them that he was going to come down and check me out in the spring."
You can never have too many good defensive backs. One of the fastest rising in the state is Tatum, Texas safety Bryce Beal, who has already earned his first Big 12 offer.
Tatum, Texas safety Bryce Beal has his first offer.