The ULTIMATE Texas 100: 71-80

In-depth reports on prospects 71-80 in 'The ULTIMATE Texas 100', which rates players in the 2014, 2015 and 2016 recruiting classes. The ULTIMATE list was created so that fans could see who the best recruits were regardless of class. Check it out!

In-Depth Reports: The ULTIMATE Texas 100 | 1-10 | 11-20 | 21-30 | 31-40 | 41-50 | 51-60 | 61-70 | 71-80 | 81-90 | 91-100

71. OT Ty Barrett - (Class of 2014)

School: Skyline HS
HT: 6'5 | WT: 316
Recruiting: Committed to TCU

Scout Breakdown: Barrett is a raw prospect with a high upside. He is very athletic and has a great frame -- natural length and long arms. He is very solid in pass protection and protects the edges as an OT for a very prolific high school offensive attack.


72. OLB T'Kevian Rockwell - (Class of 2014)

School: Wylie HS
HT: 6'1 | WT: 190
Recruiting: Committed to Baylor

Scout Breakdown: He makes good form tackles and explodes through the ball carrier. May be a little undersized, but a prospect can either play football or he can't -- that's the bottom line -- and Rock Well can play with the best of them. He is very physically gifted, one of the more impressive specimens in the DFW.


73. RB Rawleigh Williams - (Class of 2015)

School: Bishop Lynch HS
HT: 5'10.5 | WT: 197
Recruiting: Committed to Mississippi

Scout Breakdown: He can cut and dodge smoothly, and quickly allowing him to glide past defenders at times. He is not tall and that keeps him balanced and centered in a way that he can avoid tackles and not get swept off balance as easily. Out of all of the backs he has the most nifty moves.


74. QB Chason Virgil - (Class of 2015)

School: West Mesquite HS
HT: 6'0 | WT: 170
Recruiting: UCLA, Toledo, Texas, Nebraska, Missouri, Mississippi State, Clemson, Arizona State

Scout Breakdown: A solid and consistent performer at the position, who has earned starts in his first two years of varsity play. Will be one of the most experienced at the position by the time he hits the college scene. He throws a catchable and accurate ball, spinning it well consistently.


75. MLB Cameron Hampton - (Class of 2014)

School: David W Carter HS
HT: 6'2 | WT: 205
Recruiting: Committed to Texas

Scout Breakdown: Intense linebacker. He's a guy who can play sideline to sideline. He plays from snap one to the last second clicks off the clock and he's a guy who's very explosive with his speed and his hitting ability. A great athlete who still has a lot of upside from a developmental standpoint.


76. C Connor Mayes - (Class of 2014)

School: Van Alstyne HS
HT: 6'5 | WT: 335
Recruiting: Committed to Minnesota

Scout Breakdown: Throwback style of OL. Very powerful interior offensive lineman. He is just huge. Massive may be a better word, but he carries his weight well and does not look overweight or out of shape at all. He is a great drive blocker. Using his size and power to maul smaller defensive linemen.


77. WR Roderick Bernard - (Class of 2014)

School: Sharpstown HS
HT: 5'10 | WT: 170
Recruiting: Committed to Texas

Scout Breakdown: A slippery prospect. On offense, You can see in the very first highlight clip he has the ability to make defenders miss in the open field and the speed to then take it to the house. Lining up in the slot he could be a dangerous player and also has the ability to be a playmaker on special teams.


78. TE Mavin Saunders - (Class of 2014)

School: Kincaide HS
HT: 6'5 | WT: 240
Recruiting: Committed to Florida State

Scout Breakdown: He is a good blocker playing wide receiver on film, but will need to bulk up much more to stand the test over and over in college, but has elite skills in the passing game. The type of weapon many offenses are utilizing more of. He is a high end BCS recruit.


79. RB Shaun Nixon - (Class of 2014)

School: Lake Travis HS
HT: 5'10 | WT: 190
Recruiting: Committed to Texas A&M

Scout Breakdown: Nixon is a versatile back with home-run speed and big-time playmaking ability. He does a good job of not wasting any time of planting and getting up-field when he has a hole. He catches the ball well out of the backfield, which allows him to stay on the field in third and long situations.


80. DE Victor Evans - (Class of 2014)

School: Skyline HS
HT: 6'4 | WT: 225
Recruiting: Committed to Ole Miss

Scout Breakdown: He has a great frame and is quick coming off of the edge. He plays hard until the whistle and pursues the ball well. He will get better and more dependable as he gains varsity experience. At this point he looks to be a prospect who could play in the hybrid DE/OLB role in college, but still has time to grow in to a pure defensive end.

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