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Love the "dream school" insert. 

 

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Ryan Brauninger

10:18p, 5/15/19 

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Texas A&M offered 2021 Katy Tompkins QB Jalen Milroe tonight. Milroe had a great sophomore campaign after camping at A&M last summer. 

He's a dual threat kid that's a patient, tough runner. He's also a rapidly developing passer. I like this offer a lot.

From talking to a source at Tompkins, this was big for Milroe. Apparently, Texas A&M was his dream school. It will also help the Aggies with his 2021 teammate Tunmise Adeleye. 

I'll grab some direct quotes from Jalen soon. 

 

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Stone needs to transfer to a 6A program

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16 minutes ago, closetojumping said:

I agree with Daddy98. Mock away. 

Me too.  Aside from not cuffing Joshua, that movie was totally believable.

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25 minutes ago, closetojumping said:

I agree with Daddy98. Mock away. 

Think there's a chance we end up with Garcia? He certainly seemed to like his visit.

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Not sure I can ever trust or cheer for a QB named Stephen Garcia. How many times was that guy suspended for being hammered and keying cars? 7?

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17 minutes ago, HenryJames said:

I'm not exactly sure what Daddy98 said.

Clearly u r n’t a compitetor n u hvnt beet up on Ernie’s b4. 

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37 minutes ago, SydneyCarton said:

Not sure I can ever trust or cheer for a QB named Stephen Garcia. How many times was that guy suspended for being hammered and keying cars? 7?

What about a QB named Jake Garcia?

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7 minutes ago, TheBryMan81 said:

What about a QB named Jake Garcia?

What about Jerry Garcia?

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3 minutes ago, Bevo said:

What about Jerry Garcia?

Aren't they all the same person just wearing different ties? /katfid54

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2 hours ago, texifornia said:

Think there's a chance we end up with Garcia? He certainly seemed to like his visit.

Think any of the other QB's in Texas will get offered?  Stowers, Davis, or Milroe?

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16 minutes ago, Elmer_Fudd said:

Think any of the other QB's in Texas will get offered?  Stowers, Davis, or Milroe?

IMO, Davis if Stone looks shaky. 

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Big Board: An early look at the class of 2021 in Texas

By BRIAN PERRONI Jan 16, 7:00 AM

 

With the recruiting dead period over and college coaches on the road again, much of their focus will be on underclassmen. Though they will be watching the class of 2020 a bit closer, they will also have their eyes out for top prospects in the class of 2021.

Though it is still two years until they sign, the 2021 class is already shaping up to be one of the better ones in recent memory for the Lone Star State.

GigEm247 has put together a big board for the class. Though it will definitely see changes between now and when they sign, all of these players have emerged as potential FBS prospects.

The list is in order for each position but some, like wide receiver and offensive line, were hard to rank, especially at the top.

QUARTERBACK

Preston Stone, Dallas Parish Episcopal (6-2/185): Stone already holds over 50 offers and has put up huge numbers the past two seasons.

Eli Stowers, Denton Guyer (6-4/205):You won’t find a more athletic quarterback in the state and Stowers has a very strong arm.

Dematrius Davis, North Shore (5-11/190): The dual-threat prospect showed in the state title game how much he has improved as a passer. He threw 43 touchdown passes with only 2 interceptions.

Behren Morton, Eastland (6-3/180):Morton is a very accurate passer than can run if needed and that has drawn recruiters to the small town of Eastland.

Shedeur Sanders, Cedar Hill Trinity Christian (6-1/180): The son of Deion, the younger Sanders already has two state titles under his belt and is a polished passer.

Jalen Milroe, Katy Tompkins (6-1/175):The dual-threat passer helped lead Tompkins to its first-ever playoff berth and was incredibly dynamic in doing so.

Sawyer Robertson, Lubbock Coronado (6-3/185): He doesn’t get a ton of attention out in Lubbock, but Robertson put up some huge numbers this year and has very good size.

Daniel Greek, Argyle Liberty Christian (6-4/228): Greek is a huge kid in the pocket and hard to bring down. He also has a very strong arm.

Nate Yarnell, Lake Travis (6-5/180)

Garrett Nussmeier, Flower Mound Marcus (6-0/165)

Lucas Coley, Converse Judson (6-2/187)

Simeon Evans, Dallas Bishop Dunne (5-11/170)

Jacob Rodriguez, Wichita Falls Rider (6-2/205)

General Booty, San Antonio Cornerstone (6-2/180)

Charles Wright, Austin High (6-1/185)

Bronson McClelland, Katy (6-0/210)

Taylen Green, Allen (6-2/170)

Hampton Fay, Aledo (6-5/200)

Kaidon Salter, Cedar Hill (6-1/170)

Tyler Webb, Bosqueville (6-3/190)

Finn Nicholson, Cypress Bridgeland (6-0/170)

Wyatt Begeal, Cibolo Steele (6-0/180)

Ace Whitehead, Lampasas (5-10/180)

Darion Peace, Malakoff (6-0/170)

RUNNING BACK

Camar Wheaton, Garland Lakeview Centennial (6-1/190): Wheaton burst onto the scene with a 400-yard game in the playoffs as a freshman and he has an incredible blend of size and speed.

De'Anthony Lewis, Converse Judson (5-10/185): Judson was loaded with DI prospects this year but it was too hard to keep the ball out of Lewis’ hands.

LJ Johnson, Cy-Fair (5-10/195): Cy-Fair lost a lot of talent from its state title team but Johnson was able to step up as a power back for the Bobcats.

Montaye Dawson, Mansfield Timberview (5-7/165): Dawson is a great receiver out of the backfield and is tough to bring down.

Ke'ori Hicks, Denton Ryan (5-11/185)

Casey Shorter, Katy Taylor (5-10/190)

Aaron Dumas, El Paso Americas (5-9/185)

Jordan Jenkins, Lindale (6-1/195)

Tavierre Dunlap, Del Valle (6-0/193)

Caleb Berry, Lufkin (6-0/190)

Nathan Sims, Athens (5-11/200)

Brandon Fielding, Eastland (5-10/220)

Roderick Brown, College Station (5-10/190)

Brandon Campbell, Katy Taylor (5-10/181)

Chris Hicks, Cedar Hill (5-9/160)

Cam Davis, South Oak Cliff (5-8/170)

Tylan Hines, Plano (5-6/165)

Darius Hale, Pasadena Dobie (5-10/205)

Marvin Lewis, Hempstead (5-9/200)

Eligia Carter, Gladewater (5-11/175)

Peter McFarlin, Elgin (5-10/180)

Brice Lane, Goose Creek Memorial (6-0/190)

WIDE RECEIVER

Bryson Green, Allen (6-1/175): The younger brother of former Allen QB Seth Green, Bryson is a good route-runner and should be the go-to wideout for the Eagles next year.

Latrell Neville, Fort Bend Willowridge (6-2/190): Neville is a big receiver with surprising speed. He can move the chains or hit a home run.

Cody Jackson, Richmond Foster (6-1/165): Once thought to be a quarterback prospect, Jackson can play outside or in the slot. He is a big-time playmaker.

JoJo Earle, Aledo (5-8/165): Earle is incredibly tough to tackle when he gets the ball in open space. He has very good speed.

Blaine Green, Allen (6-1/175): The twin brother of Bryson, Blaine is also a standout receiver and will give Allen one of the state’s best duos next year.

Ketron Jackson, Lancaster (6-2/170):Lancaster is loaded at the skill positions and Jackson should see his stock soar going forward.

Deamikkio Nathan, South Grand Prairie (6-0/170)

Majik Rector, Lancaster (5-9/155)

Brandon Buckhaulter, Cedar Hill Trinity Christian (6-2/180)

Dylan Goffney, Cypress Bridgeland (6-0/185)

Charles King, North Shore (6-0/182)

Joseph Manjack, Alief Hastings (6-3/180)

Jaedon Wilson, Cedar Hill (6-1/160)

Carlton Guidry, Alvin Shadow Creek (5-10/165)

Jerand Bradley, Plano John Paul II (6-5/190)

Jaddai Henry, Hebron (6-4/192)

Brady Boyd, Richland (6-1/175)

Chris Washington, Livingston (6-3/165)

Cam Nelson, Dallas Kimball (6-0/181)

John Paul Richardson, Fort Bend Ridge Point (5-11/165)

Landen King, Atascocita (6-3/190)

Tyler Stott, Cypress Bridgeland (6-0/190)

CJ Baskerville, Katy (6-2/170)

TIGHT END

Devon Martin, Mesquite Poteet (6-5/240): With many high school tight ends being bigger receivers, Martin is already a well-round player at the position.

Colby Powers, Klein Collins (6-4/235):Collins has a run-heavy offense, so Powers can block. But, when his number is called, he is also a very good receiver.

Jack Witmer, Cy-Fair (6-6/225): Cy-Fair runs the ball a lot. Witmer did not have a ton of opportunities in the passing game but was still a unanimous all-district selection because of his blocking abilities. He is a big target, though, and runs well after the catch.

Tommy Dunn, Garland Naaman Forest (6-3/245): Dunn, who could also potentially be recruited as a defensive lineman, does a good job of moving the chains and is also a solid blocker.

Jake Norman, Katy (6-5/215): Norman did not see a ton of catches at the state powerhouse as a sophomore, but he is a player to watch going forward.

Colton Price, North Shore (6-7/205):Price was brought up to varsity late in the season as North Shore had FBS prospects all over the field. The Mustang staff is very high on him, though.

Paul Lawson, Gainesville (6-3/245)

Kameron Allen, North Forney (6-5/205)

Lake McRee, Lake Travis (6-5/205)

Var'Keyes Gumms, Spring Dekaney (6-3/230)

Dayeton Sweeting, Montgomery Lake Creek (6-2/230)

OFFENSIVE LINE

Reuben Fatheree, Richmond Foster (6-7/300): Also a standout basketball player, Fatheree has the ideal build of a left tackle and could push for honors as the top player in the state for the class.

Bryce Foster, Katy Taylor (6-4/295):Foster played guard this year as Taylor had two DI tackles but will move to tackle next year. He and the first five or six guys on this list all could almost be interchanged in these rankings as it is such a great year at OL and they are the elite prospects.

Hayden Conner, Katy Taylor (6-5/300):Conner played tackle with Foster at guard. A former tight end in 7-on-7, he has the athleticism to be an elite left tackle.

Donovan Jackson, Houston Episcopal (6-3.5/305): Jackson may not have the prototypical height for a tackle, but he has the length to play it. There’s a reason why he has offers from the who’s who of schools across the country.

Tommy Brockermeyer, Fort Worth All Saints (6-6/268): The son of former Texas and NFL OT Blake, Tommy used to be a defensive end and brings that athleticism to the tackle spot. He has the feet of a left tackle as well.

Erick Cade, Denton Braswell (6-7/300):A huge lineman already, Cade had all kinds of schools coming to a new Braswell school this past spring.

Luis Chavarria, Houston Episcopal (6-4/285):¬†Episcopal has three big-time offensive linemen in the class and ‚ÄėLuLu‚Äô has a chance to be a nationally-recruited player.

Cullen Montgomery, Houston Episcopal (6-5/290): Montgomery plays tackle opposite Jackson at Episcopal and his size and footwork have him holding offers already.

Savion Byrd, Duncanville (6-4/240): Byrd has seen his stock soar a bit as of late. An athletic tackle prospect, he could also play defensive end.

Cayman Duncan, Houston Kinkaid (6-6/305): Though he has yet to pick up his first offer, Duncan is a player that is on the radar of a ton of schools already. His father Daryl played basketball at Texas A&M.

Remington Strickland, Fort Bend Christian (6-4/295)

Augustus Rice, Waller (6-5/300)

Jacoby Jackson, Mansfield Summit (6-5/300)

Jack Tucker, Argyle (6-6/250)

Billy Thursland, Houston Heights (6-2/275)

Bryce Ganious, Houston Westbury Christian (6-2/270)

Caleb Rodkey, Fort Bend Ridge Point (6-4/320)

Tim Marwitz, Temple Central Texas Christian (6-4/260)

DEFENSIVE END

Tunmise Adeleye, Katy Tompkins (6-3/255): Adeleye’s freshman film was ridiculous but it was not varsity competition. Turns out, he was just as good at the highest level. He has a chance to be the state’s top player.

Landon Jackson, Texarkana Pleasant Grove (6-4/225): Jackson burst onto the scene as a dominant pass rusher as a freshman. He is coming off an ACL tear but should be fine going forward.

Landyn Watson, Hutto (6-3/230): Also potentially a linebacker prospect, Watson has incredible get-off on the edge. There’s a reason he has so many offers.

Ja'tavion Sanders, Denton Ryan (6-4/215): Sanders is a bit under the radar at the moment, but it won’t be that way for long. He could also be a top tight end recruit if he chooses to play offense.

Shemar Turner, DeSoto (6-3/241):Turner is already a big defensive end and could potentially end up as a 5-tech, but he is athletic for his size.

Jordon Thomas, Port Arthur Memorial (6-3/240)

Dametrious Crownover, Grandview (6-6/210)

Marcus Burris, Texarkana Pleasant Grove (6-4/240)

E'maurion Banks - Wichita Falls Rider (6-4/250)

David Abiara - Mansfield Legacy (6-3/230)

Albert Regis, La Porte (6-3/240)

Tristin Drones-Mouton, Fort Bend Marshall (6-1/251)

Miquel Massey, Fort Worth Paschal (6-4/205)

Vince Sheffield, A&M Consolidated (6-1/220)

Jaymond Jackson, Lindale (6-2/205)

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Elijah Bowser, Cedar Hill Trinity Christian (6-5/295): Bowser plays both ways but has very high upside on the defensive line. He looked like an upperclassman at a camp when he was only in 8th grade and could become a national name.

Rod Brown, Dallas Kimball (6-1/265):Brown is a very quick player on the interior. He gives opposing guards fits in getting to the passer.

Byron Murphy II, DeSoto (6-2/250)

Ikechukwu Iwunnah, Garland Lakeview Centennial (6-2/250)

Jaiden Jones, Frisco Lone Star (6-8/307)

Kolton May, Midlothian Heritage (6-2/260)

LINEBACKER

Kendrick Blackshire, Mesquite Horn (6-2/245): Blackshire is ranked as the nation’s top inside linebacker. He does a great job of filling gaps and coming downhill.

Jai Jones, South Oak Cliff (6-1/215):Jones is very quick off the edge and can drop into coverage well. He saw a ton of offers this past spring for a reason.

Derrick Harris Jr., New Caney (6-2/205): Harris simply made plays all over the field as a sophomore, finishing with 83 tackles and 21.5 tackles for loss. He loves contact as well.

Kenny Seymour, Clear Falls (6-2/225):Seymour should see a lot of attention because he is a good player but also because he plays inside and there are not many true middle linebacker prospects out there in the state.

Frank Osagiede, Fort Bend Ridge Point (6-1/205)

Jalen Jones, South Oak Cliff (5-10/195)

Jeremiah Bodwin, Dallas Bishop Dunne (6-3/185)

KC Ossai, Conroe Oak Ridge (6-0/185)

Roddrell Freeman, Mart (6-0/210)

Aidan Siano, Prosper (6-0/225)

Cooper Sheridan, Grapeland (6-2/185)

CORNERBACK

Ishmael Ibraheem, Dallas Kimball (6-0/165): Still new to football, cornerback comes naturally to Ibraheem. He is very physical for his size and has nice speed.

Latrell McCutchin, Austin LBJ (6-0/165): Also a standout receiver, McCutchin is one of the better pure athletes in the state.

Hunter Washington, Katy (6-1/170):Washington was a leader on a very good Katy defense this year and is a bigger corner.

Cameron Oliver, Fort Bend Travis (6-1/160): Playing in a tough Class 6A district, Oliver had 7 interceptions as a sophomore this season.

Jalen Emery, Houston Lamar (5-10/165): Lamar has become known for producing DBS and Emery is the next in line.

Jimmy Wyrick, South Oak Cliff (5-10/155): The son of the former Minnesota standout of the same name, Wyrick is a speedy corner.

Deuce Harmon, Denton Guyer (5-10/165)

Mark Wilson, Clear Lake (6-0/170)

Kevin Young, Cedar Hill (5-9/170)

Jaden Fugett, Denton Guyer (6-1/180)

Kiyon King, Cedar Park (5-8/150)

Kavian Gaither, Waco Connally (5-9/170)

Princeton Word, Lancaster (6-1/170)

SAFETY

JD Coffey, Kennedale (6-0/165): An all-state selection, Coffey already has 12 interceptions in his two seasons on varsity.

Brett Lynch, Cedar Hill (5-10/170): Lynch may not be the biggest safety but he absolutely loves to hit. The Cedar Hill staff raves about him.

Savonte Sanford-Paige, Harker Heights (6-1/180): Sanford-Paige has the frame to be a big safety prospect but he is surprisingly good in coverage for his size.

Jadarius Thursby, Duncanville (6-0/180): Duncanville simply reloads and Thursby is the next in line at the Class 6A powerhouse.

Johnny Rider, Haltom (5-9/170): Rider is not the biggest safety, but he makes plays all over the field. He had over 100 tackles as a sophomore and also recorded four interceptions.

Lyrik Rawls, Jefferson (6-0/170)

Colby Huerter, Katy Tompkins (5-11/180)

Cinque Williams, Mansfield Legacy (5-10/170)

Dalton Johnson, Katy (5-10/180)

Dylan Early, Spring Dekaney (5-11/175)

Blake Smith, Pearland Dawson (5-9/170)

ATHLETE

Shadrach Banks, North Shore (6-0/200): Banks was absolutely dominant as a receiver in the state title game, but some schools also love his potentially at linebacker or safety.

KJ Liggins, Coppell (5-11/180): Liggins is a standout at both wide receiver and cornerback and has incredibly high upside at both places.

Quaydarius Davis, Dallas Skyline (5-11/186): Already committed to SMU as a receiver, Davis will have all kinds of offers when all is said and done. Though he will likely stay at WR, he can also play defense.

Billy Bowman, Denton Ryan (5-9/170):Bowman has a very high upside as a slot WR but he also had 5 interceptions, three of which he returned for touchdowns, as a sophomore.

Clayton Smith, Texas High (6-4/205): The Texarkana product plays both tight end and linebacker and could likely excel at either spot at the next level.

BJ Lamb, Grapeland (5-11/165): Hailing from a small school, Lamb is a standout receiver, cornerback and return man. Once coaches make it to Grapeland, he will see offers come his way.

Chase Lowery, Plano Prestonwood (5-11/165)

CJ Sanders, New Caney (5-10/160)

Mikeviun Titus, South Oak Cliff (5-10/170)

Vidareous High, Alto (6-0/180)

Brandon Epton Jr., Dallas Kimball (6-0/185

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Holy shit his neutral indifference and understatement of Tommy Brockermeyer‚Äôs talent level is fucking so delicious. ‚ÄúHe used to play d end.‚Ä̬†Translation:¬†he might not even be a tackle.¬†

What a fucking joke. 

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22 minutes ago, SydneyCarton said:

Holy shit his neutral indifference and understatement of Tommy Brockermeyer‚Äôs talent level is fucking so delicious. ‚ÄúHe used to play d end.‚Ä̬†Translation:¬†he might not even be a tackle.¬†

What a fucking joke. 

the Savion Byrd is delicious as well. from listing him at 6'4" 240 - and of course "his stock soar a bit as of late" and "he could also play defensive end." 

 

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6 minutes ago, golfclap said:

the Savion Byrd is delicious as well. from listing him at 6'4" 240 - and of course "his stock soar a bit as of late" and "he could also play defensive end." 

 

I was shocked, shocked I tell you, to read that all the players they think they have a shot with came with a tag line of "Has a shot to be the top player in Texas in this class." 

Spoiler Alert: None of those was Brockermeyer or Stone. Or Camar Wheaton. It's a small miracle they said it about Tunmise Adeleye considering his crystal balls being split between OU and Texas, but I guess they're just counting on that Katy farmhand pipeline. 

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1 hour ago, Longhornfrenzy said:

Big Board: An early look at the class of 2021 in Texas

By BRIAN PERRONI Jan 16, 7:00 AM

 

With the recruiting dead period over and college coaches on the road again, much of their focus will be on underclassmen. Though they will be watching the class of 2020 a bit closer, they will also have their eyes out for top prospects in the class of 2021.

Though it is still two years until they sign, the 2021 class is already shaping up to be one of the better ones in recent memory for the Lone Star State.

GigEm247 has put together a big board for the class. Though it will definitely see changes between now and when they sign, all of these players have emerged as potential FBS prospects.

The list is in order for each position but some, like wide receiver and offensive line, were hard to rank, especially at the top.

QUARTERBACK

Preston Stone, Dallas Parish Episcopal (6-2/185): Stone already holds over 50 offers and has put up huge numbers the past two seasons.

Eli Stowers, Denton Guyer (6-4/205):You won’t find a more athletic quarterback in the state and Stowers has a very strong arm.

Dematrius Davis, North Shore (5-11/190): The dual-threat prospect showed in the state title game how much he has improved as a passer. He threw 43 touchdown passes with only 2 interceptions.

Behren Morton, Eastland (6-3/180):Morton is a very accurate passer than can run if needed and that has drawn recruiters to the small town of Eastland.

Shedeur Sanders, Cedar Hill Trinity Christian (6-1/180): The son of Deion, the younger Sanders already has two state titles under his belt and is a polished passer.

Jalen Milroe, Katy Tompkins (6-1/175):The dual-threat passer helped lead Tompkins to its first-ever playoff berth and was incredibly dynamic in doing so.

Sawyer Robertson, Lubbock Coronado (6-3/185): He doesn’t get a ton of attention out in Lubbock, but Robertson put up some huge numbers this year and has very good size.

Daniel Greek, Argyle Liberty Christian (6-4/228): Greek is a huge kid in the pocket and hard to bring down. He also has a very strong arm.

Nate Yarnell, Lake Travis (6-5/180)

Garrett Nussmeier, Flower Mound Marcus (6-0/165)

Lucas Coley, Converse Judson (6-2/187)

Simeon Evans, Dallas Bishop Dunne (5-11/170)

Jacob Rodriguez, Wichita Falls Rider (6-2/205)

General Booty, San Antonio Cornerstone (6-2/180)

Charles Wright, Austin High (6-1/185)

Bronson McClelland, Katy (6-0/210)

Taylen Green, Allen (6-2/170)

Hampton Fay, Aledo (6-5/200)

Kaidon Salter, Cedar Hill (6-1/170)

Tyler Webb, Bosqueville (6-3/190)

Finn Nicholson, Cypress Bridgeland (6-0/170)

Wyatt Begeal, Cibolo Steele (6-0/180)

Ace Whitehead, Lampasas (5-10/180)

Darion Peace, Malakoff (6-0/170)

RUNNING BACK

Camar Wheaton, Garland Lakeview Centennial (6-1/190): Wheaton burst onto the scene with a 400-yard game in the playoffs as a freshman and he has an incredible blend of size and speed.

De'Anthony Lewis, Converse Judson (5-10/185): Judson was loaded with DI prospects this year but it was too hard to keep the ball out of Lewis’ hands.

LJ Johnson, Cy-Fair (5-10/195): Cy-Fair lost a lot of talent from its state title team but Johnson was able to step up as a power back for the Bobcats.

Montaye Dawson, Mansfield Timberview (5-7/165): Dawson is a great receiver out of the backfield and is tough to bring down.

Ke'ori Hicks, Denton Ryan (5-11/185)

Casey Shorter, Katy Taylor (5-10/190)

Aaron Dumas, El Paso Americas (5-9/185)

Jordan Jenkins, Lindale (6-1/195)

Tavierre Dunlap, Del Valle (6-0/193)

Caleb Berry, Lufkin (6-0/190)

Nathan Sims, Athens (5-11/200)

Brandon Fielding, Eastland (5-10/220)

Roderick Brown, College Station (5-10/190)

Brandon Campbell, Katy Taylor (5-10/181)

Chris Hicks, Cedar Hill (5-9/160)

Cam Davis, South Oak Cliff (5-8/170)

Tylan Hines, Plano (5-6/165)

Darius Hale, Pasadena Dobie (5-10/205)

Marvin Lewis, Hempstead (5-9/200)

Eligia Carter, Gladewater (5-11/175)

Peter McFarlin, Elgin (5-10/180)

Brice Lane, Goose Creek Memorial (6-0/190)

WIDE RECEIVER

Bryson Green, Allen (6-1/175): The younger brother of former Allen QB Seth Green, Bryson is a good route-runner and should be the go-to wideout for the Eagles next year.

Latrell Neville, Fort Bend Willowridge (6-2/190): Neville is a big receiver with surprising speed. He can move the chains or hit a home run.

Cody Jackson, Richmond Foster (6-1/165): Once thought to be a quarterback prospect, Jackson can play outside or in the slot. He is a big-time playmaker.

JoJo Earle, Aledo (5-8/165): Earle is incredibly tough to tackle when he gets the ball in open space. He has very good speed.

Blaine Green, Allen (6-1/175): The twin brother of Bryson, Blaine is also a standout receiver and will give Allen one of the state’s best duos next year.

Ketron Jackson, Lancaster (6-2/170):Lancaster is loaded at the skill positions and Jackson should see his stock soar going forward.

Deamikkio Nathan, South Grand Prairie (6-0/170)

Majik Rector, Lancaster (5-9/155)

Brandon Buckhaulter, Cedar Hill Trinity Christian (6-2/180)

Dylan Goffney, Cypress Bridgeland (6-0/185)

Charles King, North Shore (6-0/182)

Joseph Manjack, Alief Hastings (6-3/180)

Jaedon Wilson, Cedar Hill (6-1/160)

Carlton Guidry, Alvin Shadow Creek (5-10/165)

Jerand Bradley, Plano John Paul II (6-5/190)

Jaddai Henry, Hebron (6-4/192)

Brady Boyd, Richland (6-1/175)

Chris Washington, Livingston (6-3/165)

Cam Nelson, Dallas Kimball (6-0/181)

John Paul Richardson, Fort Bend Ridge Point (5-11/165)

Landen King, Atascocita (6-3/190)

Tyler Stott, Cypress Bridgeland (6-0/190)

CJ Baskerville, Katy (6-2/170)

TIGHT END

Devon Martin, Mesquite Poteet (6-5/240): With many high school tight ends being bigger receivers, Martin is already a well-round player at the position.

Colby Powers, Klein Collins (6-4/235):Collins has a run-heavy offense, so Powers can block. But, when his number is called, he is also a very good receiver.

Jack Witmer, Cy-Fair (6-6/225): Cy-Fair runs the ball a lot. Witmer did not have a ton of opportunities in the passing game but was still a unanimous all-district selection because of his blocking abilities. He is a big target, though, and runs well after the catch.

Tommy Dunn, Garland Naaman Forest (6-3/245): Dunn, who could also potentially be recruited as a defensive lineman, does a good job of moving the chains and is also a solid blocker.

Jake Norman, Katy (6-5/215): Norman did not see a ton of catches at the state powerhouse as a sophomore, but he is a player to watch going forward.

Colton Price, North Shore (6-7/205):Price was brought up to varsity late in the season as North Shore had FBS prospects all over the field. The Mustang staff is very high on him, though.

Paul Lawson, Gainesville (6-3/245)

Kameron Allen, North Forney (6-5/205)

Lake McRee, Lake Travis (6-5/205)

Var'Keyes Gumms, Spring Dekaney (6-3/230)

Dayeton Sweeting, Montgomery Lake Creek (6-2/230)

OFFENSIVE LINE

Reuben Fatheree, Richmond Foster (6-7/300): Also a standout basketball player, Fatheree has the ideal build of a left tackle and could push for honors as the top player in the state for the class.

Bryce Foster, Katy Taylor (6-4/295):Foster played guard this year as Taylor had two DI tackles but will move to tackle next year. He and the first five or six guys on this list all could almost be interchanged in these rankings as it is such a great year at OL and they are the elite prospects.

Hayden Conner, Katy Taylor (6-5/300):Conner played tackle with Foster at guard. A former tight end in 7-on-7, he has the athleticism to be an elite left tackle.

Donovan Jackson, Houston Episcopal (6-3.5/305): Jackson may not have the prototypical height for a tackle, but he has the length to play it. There’s a reason why he has offers from the who’s who of schools across the country.

Tommy Brockermeyer, Fort Worth All Saints (6-6/268): The son of former Texas and NFL OT Blake, Tommy used to be a defensive end and brings that athleticism to the tackle spot. He has the feet of a left tackle as well.

Erick Cade, Denton Braswell (6-7/300):A huge lineman already, Cade had all kinds of schools coming to a new Braswell school this past spring.

Luis Chavarria, Houston Episcopal (6-4/285):¬†Episcopal has three big-time offensive linemen in the class and ‚ÄėLuLu‚Äô has a chance to be a nationally-recruited player.

Cullen Montgomery, Houston Episcopal (6-5/290): Montgomery plays tackle opposite Jackson at Episcopal and his size and footwork have him holding offers already.

Savion Byrd, Duncanville (6-4/240): Byrd has seen his stock soar a bit as of late. An athletic tackle prospect, he could also play defensive end.

Cayman Duncan, Houston Kinkaid (6-6/305): Though he has yet to pick up his first offer, Duncan is a player that is on the radar of a ton of schools already. His father Daryl played basketball at Texas A&M.

Remington Strickland, Fort Bend Christian (6-4/295)

Augustus Rice, Waller (6-5/300)

Jacoby Jackson, Mansfield Summit (6-5/300)

Jack Tucker, Argyle (6-6/250)

Billy Thursland, Houston Heights (6-2/275)

Bryce Ganious, Houston Westbury Christian (6-2/270)

Caleb Rodkey, Fort Bend Ridge Point (6-4/320)

Tim Marwitz, Temple Central Texas Christian (6-4/260)

DEFENSIVE END

Tunmise Adeleye, Katy Tompkins (6-3/255): Adeleye’s freshman film was ridiculous but it was not varsity competition. Turns out, he was just as good at the highest level. He has a chance to be the state’s top player.

Landon Jackson, Texarkana Pleasant Grove (6-4/225): Jackson burst onto the scene as a dominant pass rusher as a freshman. He is coming off an ACL tear but should be fine going forward.

Landyn Watson, Hutto (6-3/230): Also potentially a linebacker prospect, Watson has incredible get-off on the edge. There’s a reason he has so many offers.

Ja'tavion Sanders, Denton Ryan (6-4/215): Sanders is a bit under the radar at the moment, but it won’t be that way for long. He could also be a top tight end recruit if he chooses to play offense.

Shemar Turner, DeSoto (6-3/241):Turner is already a big defensive end and could potentially end up as a 5-tech, but he is athletic for his size.

Jordon Thomas, Port Arthur Memorial (6-3/240)

Dametrious Crownover, Grandview (6-6/210)

Marcus Burris, Texarkana Pleasant Grove (6-4/240)

E'maurion Banks - Wichita Falls Rider (6-4/250)

David Abiara - Mansfield Legacy (6-3/230)

Albert Regis, La Porte (6-3/240)

Tristin Drones-Mouton, Fort Bend Marshall (6-1/251)

Miquel Massey, Fort Worth Paschal (6-4/205)

Vince Sheffield, A&M Consolidated (6-1/220)

Jaymond Jackson, Lindale (6-2/205)

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Elijah Bowser, Cedar Hill Trinity Christian (6-5/295): Bowser plays both ways but has very high upside on the defensive line. He looked like an upperclassman at a camp when he was only in 8th grade and could become a national name.

Rod Brown, Dallas Kimball (6-1/265):Brown is a very quick player on the interior. He gives opposing guards fits in getting to the passer.

Byron Murphy II, DeSoto (6-2/250)

Ikechukwu Iwunnah, Garland Lakeview Centennial (6-2/250)

Jaiden Jones, Frisco Lone Star (6-8/307)

Kolton May, Midlothian Heritage (6-2/260)

LINEBACKER

Kendrick Blackshire, Mesquite Horn (6-2/245): Blackshire is ranked as the nation’s top inside linebacker. He does a great job of filling gaps and coming downhill.

Jai Jones, South Oak Cliff (6-1/215):Jones is very quick off the edge and can drop into coverage well. He saw a ton of offers this past spring for a reason.

Derrick Harris Jr., New Caney (6-2/205): Harris simply made plays all over the field as a sophomore, finishing with 83 tackles and 21.5 tackles for loss. He loves contact as well.

Kenny Seymour, Clear Falls (6-2/225):Seymour should see a lot of attention because he is a good player but also because he plays inside and there are not many true middle linebacker prospects out there in the state.

Frank Osagiede, Fort Bend Ridge Point (6-1/205)

Jalen Jones, South Oak Cliff (5-10/195)

Jeremiah Bodwin, Dallas Bishop Dunne (6-3/185)

KC Ossai, Conroe Oak Ridge (6-0/185)

Roddrell Freeman, Mart (6-0/210)

Aidan Siano, Prosper (6-0/225)

Cooper Sheridan, Grapeland (6-2/185)

CORNERBACK

Ishmael Ibraheem, Dallas Kimball (6-0/165): Still new to football, cornerback comes naturally to Ibraheem. He is very physical for his size and has nice speed.

Latrell McCutchin, Austin LBJ (6-0/165): Also a standout receiver, McCutchin is one of the better pure athletes in the state.

Hunter Washington, Katy (6-1/170):Washington was a leader on a very good Katy defense this year and is a bigger corner.

Cameron Oliver, Fort Bend Travis (6-1/160): Playing in a tough Class 6A district, Oliver had 7 interceptions as a sophomore this season.

Jalen Emery, Houston Lamar (5-10/165): Lamar has become known for producing DBS and Emery is the next in line.

Jimmy Wyrick, South Oak Cliff (5-10/155): The son of the former Minnesota standout of the same name, Wyrick is a speedy corner.

Deuce Harmon, Denton Guyer (5-10/165)

Mark Wilson, Clear Lake (6-0/170)

Kevin Young, Cedar Hill (5-9/170)

Jaden Fugett, Denton Guyer (6-1/180)

Kiyon King, Cedar Park (5-8/150)

Kavian Gaither, Waco Connally (5-9/170)

Princeton Word, Lancaster (6-1/170)

SAFETY

JD Coffey, Kennedale (6-0/165): An all-state selection, Coffey already has 12 interceptions in his two seasons on varsity.

Brett Lynch, Cedar Hill (5-10/170): Lynch may not be the biggest safety but he absolutely loves to hit. The Cedar Hill staff raves about him.

Savonte Sanford-Paige, Harker Heights (6-1/180): Sanford-Paige has the frame to be a big safety prospect but he is surprisingly good in coverage for his size.

Jadarius Thursby, Duncanville (6-0/180): Duncanville simply reloads and Thursby is the next in line at the Class 6A powerhouse.

Johnny Rider, Haltom (5-9/170): Rider is not the biggest safety, but he makes plays all over the field. He had over 100 tackles as a sophomore and also recorded four interceptions.

Lyrik Rawls, Jefferson (6-0/170)

Colby Huerter, Katy Tompkins (5-11/180)

Cinque Williams, Mansfield Legacy (5-10/170)

Dalton Johnson, Katy (5-10/180)

Dylan Early, Spring Dekaney (5-11/175)

Blake Smith, Pearland Dawson (5-9/170)

ATHLETE

Shadrach Banks, North Shore (6-0/200): Banks was absolutely dominant as a receiver in the state title game, but some schools also love his potentially at linebacker or safety.

KJ Liggins, Coppell (5-11/180): Liggins is a standout at both wide receiver and cornerback and has incredibly high upside at both places.

Quaydarius Davis, Dallas Skyline (5-11/186): Already committed to SMU as a receiver, Davis will have all kinds of offers when all is said and done. Though he will likely stay at WR, he can also play defense.

Billy Bowman, Denton Ryan (5-9/170):Bowman has a very high upside as a slot WR but he also had 5 interceptions, three of which he returned for touchdowns, as a sophomore.

Clayton Smith, Texas High (6-4/205): The Texarkana product plays both tight end and linebacker and could likely excel at either spot at the next level.

BJ Lamb, Grapeland (5-11/165): Hailing from a small school, Lamb is a standout receiver, cornerback and return man. Once coaches make it to Grapeland, he will see offers come his way.

Chase Lowery, Plano Prestonwood (5-11/165)

CJ Sanders, New Caney (5-10/160)

Mikeviun Titus, South Oak Cliff (5-10/170)

Vidareous High, Alto (6-0/180)

Brandon Epton Jr., Dallas Kimball (6-0/185

Why does he say Quay Davis is committed to SMU? Just because he said SMU and Texas are his top two or did I miss something? 

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1 minute ago, Bodacious Bevo said:

Why does he say Quay Davis is committed to SMU? Just because he said SMU and Texas are his top two or did I miss something? 

NO clue. SMU isn't even on his list of Warm schools on his 247 profile, and the 3 Crystal Balls are all for Texas. In other words, Perroni is talking out of his ass as usual, this time it was just more blatantly obvious than usual...which is quite a feat, if you consider the statement. 

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3 minutes ago, SydneyCarton said:

NO clue. SMU isn't even on his list of Warm schools on his 247 profile, and the 3 Crystal Balls are all for Texas. In other words, Perroni is talking out of his ass as usual, this time it was just more blatantly obvious than usual...which is quite a feat, if you consider the statement. 

He told Rivals about a week ago that SMU and Texas were his top schools. I don't think I can take SMU seriously for top recruits though, even when they have connections like with Stone. 

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3 minutes ago, Radical Larry said:

Real. Recruiting.

I've been hearing from sources inside tuscalooossaahh that Saban is really worried about the OL haul Jimbo is gonna land.. Perroni's cb's has definitely caught the attention of Nick and he's WORRIED/ Looch probably

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Quite the basketball turdition they have there in Collie Station. In-state asSEC West powerhouse. 

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10 hours ago, Thiefery said:

I've been hearing from sources inside tuscalooossaahh that Saban is really worried about the OL haul Jimbo is gonna land.. Perroni's cb's has definitely caught the attention of Nick and he's WORRIED/ Looch probably

Word is after Saban got word of this huge offer, he called his Oline coach into his office and dressed him down for not already having this hidden gem committed to the Tide. 

He also had the AD open a Texags account so he could get the most up to date info on who Jimbo and his sleeping giant are targeting. 

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LOLOL.  Brokermeyer might be the best prospect in the state this year regardless of classification and has a very good chance to be the best prospect in the country.  He already is on some services.  Reading that description you'd think he was a 3 star project take.  aggy never disappoints haha

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1 hour ago, victory88 said:

LOLOL.  Brokermeyer might be the best prospect in the state this year regardless of classification and has a very good chance to be the best prospect in the country.  He already is on some services.  Reading that description you'd think he was a 3 star project take.  aggy never disappoints haha

sip legacy = -2 stars ya stupid sip

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45 minutes ago, Neonmoon said:

Fatherlee is gonna be an Ag. I think his cousin was a walk-on IIRC

I'm fine with that.  I've always wanted Brockermeyer and Byrd as the Tackles for this class.

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4 minutes ago, Elmer_Fudd said:

I'm fine with that.  I've always wanted Brockermeyer and Byrd as the Tackles for this class.

OL high end talent is plentiful in this class, many schools will be benefiting for sure

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In fairness, that kid is reported to have offers from OU, Michigan, ND, Ohio State and Penn State. All prior to getting the A&M offer. I'm sure he's a good prospect, but the Perroni CB is pure uncut aggy.

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4 hours ago, Neonmoon said:

Fatherlee is gonna be an Ag. I think his cousin was a walk-on IIRC

I'l snt.the dig on this kid is that he might get too tall?

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8 minutes ago, NorLa Horns said:

I'l snt.the dig on this kid is that he might get too tall?

yes4

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