One team in Texas that is loaded up with Division-I talent for 2009 is Aldine Eisenhower.
Despite Texas commit Greg Timmons garnering a lot of attention, receiver Jaz Reynolds is not playing in anyone's shadow.
The 6-foot-4, 180-pound Reynolds is more than confident in his own abilities, but with a new offensive coordinator this year, won't make any guesses on whether he or Timmons will make more catches.
"We have a new offensive coordinator so I can't really say right now. If we had the same one as last year, I would get more catches. He believed I could get more yards after catch than Greg. With the new offensive coordinator, I don't know what he's going to do yet," Reynolds said.
As for Timmons, Reynolds says the receiver is pretty content with his decision to play for Texas.
"I think he's pretty set. I don't think he's going to change his mind. He was pretty excited after he committed to Texas."
Although a lot of his teammates also hold D-I offers, Reynolds says they haven't really discussed playing together in college.
"Not really. None of us really have offers from the same schools," Reynolds said.
Currently recruiting is wide open for him as had never been a fan of any certain college for football.
"I grew up a North Carolina fan because I like basketball. I never really followed anyone in college football," Reynolds said.
Reynolds currently has a top five, but says that it is definitely subject to change.
"Minnesota, Virginia, Houston, Texas Tech and Oklahoma are my top five right now," Reynolds said.