Midlands: Top Unranked in Houston

With the season a few weeks away, the Scout.com Midlands team will be out checking out plenty of games and lots of talent. For this upcoming season in Greater Houston, there are a few guys who come in the season with a low ranking. But this could be the year they breakout…

Clements QB Kolt Harfield – A tall, pro-style slinger who should turn a few heads this season. Has one offer in hand, but a 6-foot-6 guy who can stand in the pocket and deliver, there’s a place for him. 

Seven Lakes RB Braeden West – He showed a lot of promise as a sophomore, but losing a large chunk of his junior year to injury was tough, not only on the team, but on West and his recruitment. Good thing is that he’s moving well and can show that he has to versatility to play out of the back field or in the slot. 


Katy OL Luke Spies – With the downhill, smash mouth style of ball played in west Houston, Spies should have plenty of solid clips to show college coaches. He had 20 pancake blocks last season and there’s no reason that he couldn’t put up similar, if not better for this upcoming season. 

Ridge Point RB Remus Bulmer – New school and new attitude, Bulmer is ready to show that he belongs with some of the top backs in the area. He has shown he can get it done at his previous schools, but surely several college coaches want to see more before extending more offers. 

Westside DT Ethan Horne – He played on both sides of the ball and showed quite impressive at a couple of stops in the off season, but Horne is still seeking a first offer. He has the skills and will get more looks after dominating this season with the momentum from his last year showing.

Cy Falls QB Nate Dalton – In the last Scout.com update, Dalton talked about this being a somewhat redemption year. Look for Dalton, who does hold a few D1 offers, to come out firing and make plays to help his team get into one of those four playoff spots at the end of the year. 

Spring OL Max McCaskill – By all accounts and according to the Spring staff, McCaskill had a good spring. He was getting a few Ivy League looks during the spring. 

Cy Fair DB Maxx Chrest – Several college coaches like him and his film shows him as an absolute ball hawk, but Chrest still seeks one of those coveted D1 offers. He was solid through the camp circuit and will likely get more looks during his senior season.


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