Texas 7v7: Top Sleepers

COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Scout.com looks at some of the under-the-radar prospects who grabbed our attention at the Adidas Texas 7v7 Championships.

D'Aundrey Bradley, 2015 WR, Cedar Hill

The Adidas Texas 7v7 Championships were another offseason opportunity for Bradley (pictured above) to show just how good he is. While Cedar Hill did not fare well as a team this weekend, Bradley was dominant for stretches, such as his three-touchdown performance in Cedar Hill's first game of the event. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound Bradley, who also impressed at the April 5 Dallas Nike Football Training Camp, has only one offer from New Mexico State, but said he's hearing from TCU, Texas Tech, and Texas State. (Gabe Brooks)

Gary Haynes, 2015 WR, Manvel

My top sleeper is Manvel wide receiver Gary Haynes. He is clearly not the biggest prospect on the field, but was definitely one of the most electric. Defenses had to mind him at all times, opening things up on other spots of the field for a talent-laded Manvel team that reached the tournament semifinals. He has good hands and the ability to get open. He fell short of throwing any passes to himself, but did almost very thing else. (Greg Powers)

Trey Ramos, 2016 S, Azle

If we're going with a true sleeper prospect here, I'm going to have to choose Azle 2016 safety Trey Ramos. I had heard prior to the game that I saw from Scout's Jeremy Clark that he was a playmaker, and Ramos indeed made a huge impact for the Hornets, with an overtime interception that helped his team beat a loaded Houston Lamar squad. Azle made it through a few rounds of the championship bracket on Saturday, and though the sophomore defensive back currently holds no offers, I expect that to change throughout his junior season. (Annabel Stephan)

Emmanuel Ogwo, 2015 WR, Mesquite Horn

The knee-jerk reaction is to go with 2017 Manvel safety Derrick Tucker (remember that name), but Mesquite Horn receiver Emmanuel Ogwo is a good choice here. He made a couple of solid grabs for Horn, which reached the tournament quarterfinals thanks to Ogwo, TCU commit Jarrison Stewart, and 2017 quarterback Chris Robison. This guy has the ability to take the top off the defense with his straight-line speed (track guy turned back to football this past offseason). His name is picking up quite a bit from this past spring. (Ahmard Vital)

Kolt Harfield, 2015 QB, Fort Bend Clements

At 6-foot-6 and almost 200 pounds, Harfield's frame and the potential for bulk addition are the very first things that jump out about the big, right-handed gunslinger. But Harfield backed up his physical tools with good skill during Clements' state tournament performance. He has a smooth delivery with a quick release and consistent arm angle. Harfield sets his feet quickly and decisively and plays with poise. Harfield said he has gotten a lot of Southland Conference attention at the FCS level, but given his frame potential and solid skill set, I wouldn't be surprised if he gets on FBS programs' radars late in the process. Harfield plans to visit SMU before the summer is over. (Gabe Brooks)

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