After an impressive performance at the April 6 Houston Nike Football Training Camp at Kinkaid High School, Lufkin 2015 offensive lineman Erik McCoy is getting on more college programs' radars.
Those offers join Arkansas State and Houston on McCoy's offer list, which should continue to grow during the coming weeks. McCoy plays left tackle for Lufkin, but projects best as a guard at the next level.
The 5-foot-11, 170-pound Gladney was a playmaker in all three phases of the game this past fall for New Boston, which made its first-ever appearance in the state semifinals. Gladney played slot receiver, wingback, tailback, quarterback, holder, and cornerback this past fall, but projects best at the next level as a receiver.
Northern Illinois was undoubtedly familiar with Gladney after signing 2014 defensive back Jawuan Johnson, who was one of New Boston's best players on both sides of the ball in 2013.