7v7 Sleepers in Texas: Offense

Scout.com identifies several 2015 offensive prospects who impressed during 7v7 season, but have flown under-the-radar.

D'Aundrey Bradley, 2015 WR, Cedar Hill: the 6-foot-1, 179-pound Bradley (pictured above) has been one of the most consistent performers we've seen during the spring and summer, first at the Dallas Nike Football Training Camp, then during 7v7 season, then at the Texas "Under The Lights" camp in Austin. Bradley's only offer is from New Mexico State. That will change. -- Gabe Brooks, Scout.com regional analyst

Brooks Burgin, 2015 QB, Highland Park: Burgin has a good arm and throws the ball with accuracy. The thing that sticks out in 7v7 is his ability to be a leader with calm effectiveness and make quick decisions. He shows the ability to make the secondary reads. Texas State is Burgin's lone FBS offer at this point. -- Greg Powers, Scout.com national analyst

Xavier Castille, 2015 WR, Rockwall: Castille runs excellent routes and is very quick in and out of his cuts, making him one of the hardest receivers in the state to cover, especially when defensive backs are not allowed to come up and try to jam him. He will be a good pick-up for any level program. Castille has eight FBS offers, but none from a Power 5 school. -- Greg Powers

Kolt Harfield, 2015 QB, Fort Bend Clements: the 6-foot-6, 200-pound Harfield has good mechanics, a smooth delivery, a high release point, and an effortless throwing motion. He does not have an FBS offer yet, despite a lot of FCS interest. Harfield impressed us at the state 7v7 tournament in College Station. -- Gabe Brooks

Gary Haynes, 2015 WR, Manvel: the diminutive, but explosive Haynes really played well at the state 7v7 tournament, making catch after catch, some where he simply burned defenders downfield and others where he used his leaping ability to win balls. Haynes' lack of size hurts him, but he's definitely a playmaker. Houston and Louisiana-Lafayette are his only FBS offers. -- Gabe Brooks

Lee Morris, 2015 WR/TE, Allen: Remember this name as a possible breakout player this fall. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Morris has not gotten a lot of playing time yet for a consistently loaded Allen squad, but the coaching staff has high hopes for him this fall. He's big, physical, and athletic and, despite no FBS offers, has gotten some interest as a hybrid H-back-type player. -- Gabe Brooks

Derrion Randle, 2015 RB, Navasota: Randle had a big junior season with more 1,300 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns. The 5-foot-10, 200-pounder looked good at the state 7v7 tournament, but has only one FCS offer from McNeese State. Randle reported recent interest from Louisiana-Lafayette, Minnesota, and Utah. -- Gabe Brooks

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