David Perkins was a standout for Kalamazoo Central (Mich.) last year, excelling at both wide receiver and linebacker.
At 6'2, and a chiseled 209-lbs, he impressed schools at several camp stops this summer, including Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Illinois.
Those schools will have a new place to come find him this fall, as a family move has him at a different high school.
"I'm moving to South Bend," he said, "we just bought the house. I'll be playing for Washington High School."
Washington already has a couple of standouts at wide receiver, Darius Hardin and Gehrig Dieter, but Perkins' family has talked to the coaching staff and were assured they would find a spot for him.
"They said either slot or wideout or running back, and on defense, outside linebacker for sure."