The ULTIMATE Texas 100: 81-90

In-depth reports on prospects 81-90 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

81. FB Daniel Gresham - (Class of 2014)

School: All Saints' Episcopal School
HT: 6'0 | WT: 225
Recruiting: Committed to Louisville

Scout Breakdown: Gresham is a straight uo head knocker. He will level the boom as a runner and as a blocker. He is a very passionate player who you want to have on your side of the ball. He plays with a warrior style.


82. QB Blake Lynch - (Class of 2015)

School: Troup HS
HT: 6'3.5 | WT: 190
Recruiting: Mississippi State, Baylor

Scout Breakdown: An athlete who is playing quarterback. He has special playmaking abilities. He is very quick and fast as a runner. Speed in the hole to get in to the open field and then the top-end to finish with a touchdown. He is not your typical thrower, but has a strong arm


83. RB Justin Stockton - (Class of 2014)

School: Steele HS
HT: 5'10 | WT: 165
Recruiting: Committed to Texas Tech

Scout Breakdown: Speed is the name of Stockton's game. He is dangerous and elusive in the open field and has been timed with a sub-4.4 40-yard dash time, showing the speed to take it all the way to the house.


84. DE Breylin Mitchell - (Class of 2015)

School: Round Rock HS
HT: 6'4 | WT: 250
Recruiting: Committed to TCU

Scout Breakdown: More of a complete defensive end prospect. He has the necessary size already to go along with his impressive frame that grabs your attention when you see him in person. He sometimes struggles getting of blocks on his sophomore tape, but does not stop fighting until the whistle.


85. WR Emanuel Porter - (Class of 2014)

School: Lincoln HS
HT: 6'4 | WT: 190
Recruiting: Committed to Texas

Scout Breakdown: Porter combines excellent size and speed to be a nice downfield threat. Whether he's drawn good coverage or used his speed to outrun the defense, Porter consistently makes plays vertically. Porter uses his 6-5 frame to out-muscle defensive backs and has excellent presence adjusting to the ball whether it's a high throw and an underthrown ball


86. OG Blake Blackmar - (Class of 2014)

School: Clear Lake HS
HT: 6'5 | WT: 315
Recruiting: Committed to Baylor

Scout Breakdown: One of the more versatile linemen on the list and because of that he is a very intriguing prospect. He has the wingspan of an offensive tackle, the bulk of an offensive guard and can also snap the ball. Making him a possible target at multiple positions -- could play tackle, guard or center.


87. CB Marcus Green - (Class of 2014)

School: Cedar Hill HS
HT: 6'1 | WT: 170
Recruiting: Committed to Oklahoma

Scout Breakdown: Coaches love big, versatile corners, so it makes sense that Green is a big-time recruit. He has that long wingspan that you cannot coach and the quick feet and flexibility to go with it. Also shows the ability to come up and lay a lick.


88. DE Grant Blankenship - (Class of 2014)

School: The Colony HS
HT: 6'6 | WT: 245
Recruiting: Committed to Notre Dame

Scout Breakdown: Blankenship is a prospect who came in to his own in the off-season after missing time as a junior due to an injury. He is a massive defensive end, who has a great frame and size at the position. Could be a list climber once his senior tape drops.


89. OT Keaton Sutherland - (Class of 2015)

School: Marcus HS
HT: 6'5 | WT: 260
Recruiting: TCU, Oklahoma, Arkansas

Scout Breakdown: You can literally say looks more like a defensive end, because that is exactly what he plays in high school, where he earned district newcomer of the year honors. This off-season he started working at offensive line and offers started flowing in. He has a college pedigree and a high upside to be a top prospect.


90. RB Jordan Stevenson - (Class of 2015)

School: Skyline HS
HT: 5'10 | WT: 185
Recruiting: Utah State, Texas, SMU

Scout Breakdown: Stevenson is a solid all-purpose back. He likes to hit the defense off tackle and then pop the runs to the outside to chew up chunks of yardage. He is also effective in the middle of the field out of the spread offense. He hits the hole quickly.

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