Caden Sterns (© Greg Powers)

TCU Defensive Performers Who Stood Out at UnderArmour Dallas

Multiple TCU prospects impressed on Sunday's UnderArmour Dallas camp at Cedar Hill High School near Dallas. The list included Putnam City's Ron Tatum III, North Richland Hills' DaShaun White, Bishop Dunne's Brian Williams and DeSoto's Gemon Green.

Jalen Catalon, 2019 S, Mansfield (Texas) Legacy

  • The 5-foot-10, 175-pound Catalon was without a doubt one of the most active prospects on either side of the ball at Sunday's UnderArmour Dallas event. Catalon showed that he can cover good receiver prospects in a camp setting as he broke up several passes in 1-on-1 work thanks to his ability to take good angles and his anticipation instincts.

Ron Tatum III, 2018 DE, Oklahoma City Putnam City

  • Sunday's UnderArmour Dallas camp was the second event in three weekends in which Tatum made his presence known. The first came at The Opening Dallas on March 15. Tatum flashed impressive pass-rushing ability on 1-on-1's against quality offensive line prospects. He shows a quick first step off the ball, especially for a large D-end prospect in the 6-foot-4, 250-pound range who may end up in a strong-side role.

Caden Sterns, 2018 S, Cibolo (Texas) Stele

  • The long-framed LSU pledge stood out as one of the top performers at Sunday's event. He shows the ability to cover a lot of territory at the back end of the defense, while also supplying a well-rounded edge to his game when in pads. Sterns earned an invitation to the UnderArmour All-American Game thanks to his performance.

DaShaun White, 2018 OLB, North Richland Hills (Texas) Richland

  • White fits the profile of a "spacebacker" at the next level as an athletic prospect who could potentially play outside linebacker or in-the-box safety. White showcased his athleticism Sunday, when he recorded one of the more impressive pass breakups with an intermediate route breakup during 1-on-1's. He was consistent throughout the afternoon and has been one of the fastest-rising prospects on major programs' recruiting radars in the past several weeks.

Brian Williams. 2019 S, Dallas Bishop Dunne

  • One of the top underclassmen at Sunday's event, Williams has already solidified himself as one of the very best prospects in the state of Texas' 2019 recruiting class. Williams owns a good frame relative the position with the athleticism and physical nature required for the safety spot. He ran stride-for-stride on multiple reps with some good receivers during Sunday's 1-on-1 action.

Gemon Green, 2018 CB, DeSoto (Texas)

Isaiah Humphries, 2018 S, Sachse (Texas)

Jordan Kelley, 2018 DT, Tulsa (Okla.) Union

Verone McKinley III, 2018 CB, Lewisville (Texas) Hebron

Alston Orji, 2018 OLB, Rockwall (Texas)

-- Scout national analyst Greg Powers contributed to this report.

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