2018 QB Justin Rogers (Billy Embody / SCOUT)

TCU Offensive Performers Who Stood Out at UnderArmour Dallas

Multiple TCU prospects were the top offensive prospects at Sunday's UnderArmour Dallas camp at Cedar Hill High School near Dallas. The list included Bossier City's Justin Rogers, Northwest's Darrell Simpson and Colleyville Heritage's Kameron Brown.

Kameron Brown, 2019 WR, Colleyville (Texas) Heritage

  • Brown is already starting to becoming a national name after leading his team in receiving yards as a sophomore. He is a tremendous route runner and is consistently getting open with double or triple moves, but creates enough separation with his normal routes to make plays as well. He has strong hands and a nice frame. He already has over 30 offers. 


Josh Fleeks, 2018 RB/WR, Cedar Hill (Texas)

  • One of two prospects to earn spots at the illSPEED finals in Baltimore, Fleeks flashes his reliable quick-twitch athleticism and straight-line speed. The Baylor four-star pledge is one of the most dynamic playmakers in TXHSFB and did not disappoint at Sunday's camp.


Chasen Hines, 2018 C/OG, Marshall (Texas)

  • The 6-foot-2, 340-plus interior offensive line prospect anchored well and showed his close-quarters strength with several 1-on-1 victories against quality competition at Sunday's event. Hines, a four-star prospect who recently committed to LSU, can play center or possibly guard at the high-major level.


Demarcus Marshall, 2018 OT/OG, Grand Prairie (Texas)

  • Get to know this 6-foot-3, 335-pound barrel-chested monster as he had his breakout performance on Sunday nad has the type of power and strength that will translate to the highest levels of college competition. He worked out at right tackle and was able to overpower defensive ends and also showed that he was quick enough to stand up to a speed rush. P5 offers are already in from schools like ColoradoKansas State, and Texas Tech


Darrell Simpson, 2018 OT, Justin (Texas) Northwest

  • It was a good day for offensive linemen and Simpson came in with a target on his back as the top-rated prospect in the group, and he did not disappoint. He was very consistent from the beginning of the camp until the end of the camp winning rep after rep. He has the ability to play left or right tackle in college and has proven in the pads and in the camp setting that he can protect the quarterback's blindside. Offers from coast-to-coast.  


Erik Ezukanma, 2018 WR, Keller (Texas) Timber Creek


Grant Gunnell, 2019 QB, Houston (Texas) St. Pius X


Justin Rogers, 2018 QB, Bossier City (La.) Parkway


Jonathan Shepherd, 2018 WR, Kilgore (Texas)


Austin Stogner, 2019 TE, Plano (Texas) Prestonwood Christian


-- Scout regional analyst Gabe Brooks contributed to this report.

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