Jaylon Scott – A lightning bolt (does not make noise, but strikes hard) of a player. The Dallas (Texas) Carter High standout has great feet and the ability to stop and cut on a dime, which has a number of division one programs coming hard after him.
Dakota Austin – Austin has a solid work ethic and good skill at the position. He can put himself in a receiver's hip pocket. He also has long arms which allow him some extra range. He will command one half of the field for Lancaster (Texas) High.
Trevor Walker – Passes the eye ball test and is a passionate player for Mansfield (Texas) Timberview High. He is currently rated as three-star corner, but with his downhill ability and upper body strength he is a more natural fit at safety.
Tony Brown – One of the more physically impressive juniors in the entire country. He has the size college coaches look for and the top-end sub 4.4 40-yard dash speed is legit and verified. Showed the desire to be first in every drill. Every major coach in the country will be stopping in at Beaumont (Texas) Ozen High.
Edward Paris – A player that has the look of a college player right now. The Mansfield (Texas) Timberview High defensive backfield is loaded and the combo should make it hard for many offenses come game time. Paris has the strength and recovery ability to come up and play very physical in his coverages.
Nick Harvey – Has the look, so it was no surprise to hear he has eight offers already. The Lancaster (Texas) High defensive backfield is another one that is just loaded with skilled players. Harvey could play safety or corner on the next level. He has very quick feet in and out of his breaks.
Brandon Simmons – Simmons from Mansfield (Texas) Timberview High has been competing against high level of competition for awhile and it shows. He is money in the drills and his game is consistent, which can be a defensive coordinators dream... You can count on him when you need him.
QB Shane McCarley – During one-on-ones the Manvel (Texas) High technician showed exactly the skill set that has made him the talk of the national seven-on-seven circuit. He has a quick release and puts the ball right on the money with a high level of consistency.
WR Chevoski Collins – He definitely posseses a high level playmaking ability that he does not get to showcase under the Friday night lights, because he plays quarterback for Livingston (Texas) High. It's hard to catch the ball when you always have it in your hands. But he has good hands and feel. He can make tough catches.
WR Carlos Thompson – Playing for a Manvel (Texas) High team that is loaded with talent at the position it is Thompson who sometimes gets overlooked, but he is a fiery player who is quick in and out of his cuts and can sky up in to the air to pull down balls. One of those players who is just fun to watch -- you find yourself counting guys in line to see who he is matching up with.
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