Kenyon Green, 2019 OT, Atascocita (Texas)
Green, who is already committed to the LSU Tigers, was one of the top offensive linemen in attendance regardless of class. He had some shining moments in the one-on-ones and punched his ticket to the 'Final Five' where he held his own yet again. The Tigers are getting a good with a high upside and the athleticism to play offensive tackle and the size to possbly play guard.
Austin Stogner, 2019 TE, Plano (Texas) Prestonwood Christian
In a group of tight ends and receivers that included some of the very best the state of Texas has to offer, Stogner came away with the position group MVP award as chosen by the camp's staff. The 6-foot-6, 230-pounder is a long and lean and will be able to bulk up well as he projects to the next level. He was light on his feet for a tall youngster and ran routes consistently and crisply, catching the ball away from his body.
Jamal Morris, 2019 S, Richmond (Texas) Bush
Morris measured a long and rangy 6-foot-2, 174 pounds and competed hard against a loaded receiver group that featured some of the state's top pass-catchers in the 2018 class. Only a sophomore, Morris possesses outstanding frame potential with ample space to add weight. He has the chance to be a very tall, territory-eating safety.
Jordan Whittington, 2019 ATH, Cuero (Texas)
It did not take long to see why Whittington is one of the top recruited prospects in his class. He is really put together and even on a field full of top prospects he looked like he belonged. He could play safety on the next level, but worked out at wide receiver. He is very quick in and out of his breaks creating separation. He mentioned offers like Ohio State, Oklahoma, and Texas A&M standing out early on.