High School: Whitehouse (Texas)
Player Breakdown - A tremendous athlete, who excels in multiple sports in high schools and is also considered as an elite baseball prospect. The term athlete makes many people think that he is a running quarterback, but he is more of a passer who uses his athleticism to buy time and/or space in the pocket to make plays down the field. He has superior field vision and will find the open man, completing a high percentage of his passes. Flipping back and forth from baseball to football -- throwing technique is something that will have to be re-perfected with each season.
High School: Spring (Texas) DeKaney
Player Breakdown - A jitterbug type running back who got some great notes off of Class of 2012 5-star back Trey Williams, who proves that you do not have to be the biggest on the field to be the baddest. Felton is a whole lot of trouble for defenses when he has space, and with his ability to make people miss in a tight area means he does not really need that much space to shake and bake. He will be used well in an up tempo style of offense, where he can gash defenses for quick hunks of yardage.
WR Ian Sadler
High School: Argyle (Texas)
Player Breakdown - Sadler is a player in North Texas who goes under the radar. He is a steady playmaker on offense, who is just an all-around good football player. He seems to be able to get open consistently and find the soft spot in the opposing defense. Argyle finds many ways to get the ball in to his hands on offense and also uses him as a return man on special teams play. He scored 200 points for the team as a junior in 2012, which backs up all of the strengths just listed.
WR/DB Tevin Madison
High School: Fayette (Ala.) County
Player Breakdown - A real sleeper it seems. Not the biggest frame, but has the ability to shift in open space, put his foot in the ground and hit top speed in a hurry. Seems to have good hips, and while much of his highlight reel is him scoring and showing jaw dropping moves on offense do not be surprised to see him also get a look at corner. He has quick first step and can hit the turbo booster. But also shows at times on film great hand eye coordination when pulling down passes and tremendous balance in the open field.
High School: Oklahoma City (Okla.) Millwood
Player Breakdown - Fitting in with the current trend of commits for Tech, Batson is a player who will do well out of a spread out style of offense. He plays out of the slot and is a true weapon on the screen pass, he is almost like getting an extra running back on the field. He has good acceleration and can get up the field in a hurry. He can provide an extra wrinkle for an offense. He also excels in the return game. One of the most dangerous 2A players in the state.