Newbern (Tenn.) Dyer County is off to a 17-1 record led by four-star guard Robert Hubbs, who has a host of college coaches following him as well.
Hubbs, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard, is loading up on SEC offers. Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Vanderbilt have all offered.
Kentucky and Georgia are showing interest while outside the SEC, Memphis, Murray State, New Mexico, New Mexico State and Kent State have offered.
Several head coaches have recently watched Hubbs, including Tony Barbee of Auburn who watched him put up 42 points in a holiday tournament.
"Mike Anderson was one of the first coaches on him," said Dyer County head coach Derrick McCord. "Arkansas loves him so much because we play a similar style as them. I'm not stupid. I know a lot of coaches fly to Memphis to see guys and then swing by here to see Robert, but the last time Coach Anderson was here, he flew right into Dyer County and then right back out of Dyer County.
"Coach (Kevin) Stallings was at our last home game.
"And (Tennessee coach) Cuonzo Martin came in and said he didn't want to offer till he got Robert on campus. But then he watched him score 30 points against a box-and-one and decided he should just go ahead and offer him."
Look for Hubbs, who is ranked the No. 39 prospect in the Rivals150, to increase his recruiting attention well outside the southeast once he hits the travel circuit this spring.