Quarterback Brent Stockstill of Siegel High School in Murfreesboro, Tenn. has a handful of Division 1 offers so far, but several other schools are pursuing him.
Brent Stockstill has thrown 20 touchdowns and only two interceptions in seven games this year.
“I have four Division 1 offers: Texas Tech, Memphis, Western Michigan, and Toledo,” Stockstill said.
Stockstill said Wake Forest, South Florida, Vanderbilt, Penn State, and Indiana are still recruiting him, but have yet to offer.
Stockstill has led the Siegel Stars to a 7-0 record so far.
“We’re having a pretty good year,” Stockstill said. “I’m somewhere around 1,400 yards passing with 20 touchdowns and two picks, probably somewhere around 450 rushing yards and five touchdowns.”
Tech offered the 6-foot, 180-pound dual-threat quarterback in July.
“They’re in the Big 12, that’s pretty cool,” Stockstill said. “It’s a long way from home but hopefully I can get down there for a visit, I don’t know much about them but I’m excited to go down and check that out. They run the spread, they throw it a lot. It’s what a quarterback likes to do so it’s intriguing.”
Stockstill hasn’t used any of his five official visits yet, but he’s looking to take some soon.
“I’m going to the Vandy-Auburn game,” Stockstill said. “That’s when they want me to come down. I’m going to try to get to Memphis sometime this month, and West Virginia wants me to visit but I don’t have it planned.”
Stockstill said he doesn’t have a timetable set to announce his decision, but he does know what he is looking for in a school.
“The first thing is I want to win and compete for a championship, whether it’s a conference championship or the national championship. I want a place that fits my style and a good relationship with the coaches, especially as a quarterback.”