For now anyways, the only thing Noah Locke has to worry about is the stress he's putting on his family's mail carrier. The McDonogh rising-senior combo guard has had a breakout summer on the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League circuit, earning praise from recruiting analysts and attention from college coaches, and on Tuesday, he shared the latest spoils of his success, tweeting that he received an offer from Kansas. The Jayhawks offer is his most high profile yet, joining a pile that includes Maryland, Virginia, Notre Dame, Michigan, Florida State and many more. According to 247Sports.com, Locke has received 18 offers since April 24, or about one every five days. An All-Metro first-team selection last season, Locke averaged 18 points, six rebounds and three assists per game for the Eagles.