Spring Watch: '16 DFW Sleepers

Keep an eye on these four Dallas area prospects to be potential fast risers up the recruiting boards...

ATH Camron Williams
Dallas Wilson HS | Texas
HT: 6'3 | WT: 190

Williams looks like a flat out monster. He was causing recruiting analysts and coaches at the NFTC fits as he was not listed on the print roster and he was easily one of the most impressive off the eye ball test regardless of class at the camp. He also did well working out as a receiver. He has great athleticism and potential at a number of spots. Question will be what position fits him best or what does he ultimately grow in to, but no question he will be a high level target.

WR Obi Obialo
Coppell HS | Texas
HT: | WT:

Lots of people know about him, but not too many are talking about him yet. Why? Well Coppell featured one of the most feared rushing attacks in 5A (now 6A) football in Texas. Obialo only got his hands on five balls as a sophomore, but averaged an impressive 23.8 yards per catch. With Charles West coming back, don't look for Coppell to abandon the run, but he will be good enough recruiters will take notice.

Dee Anderson
West Mesquite HS | Texas
HT: 6'4 | WT: 170

Playing for a program that is known to crank out talent it likely will not be long for a player with his size and upside to start to pull in offers. Indications are it is coming sooner rather than later. He should be a big weapon on the outside with Boise State commit Akilian Butler moving around to gouge defenses. He only had one reception as a sophomore, so he could be a wait and see or good enough in spring ball to get offers right away.


Jonathon Spencer
Dallas Skyline HS | Texas
HT: 5'10 | WT: 165

Filling in for injured Texas A&M commit Cedric Collins the sophomore defensive back did more than a good job, becoming a valued member of his defense. Not an easy task to accomplish on a team as stacked with talent, but Spencer has great agility and is able to stay in receivers hop pockets. Shows potential as a lock down corner. Usually people talk about top talent at this school more, but he has gone somewhat under the radar as a wire-to-wire starter on the DISD powerhouse.


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