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.
Jalen Catalon, 2019 S, Mansfield (Texas) Legacy
The 5-foot-10, 180-pound Catalon was without a doubt one of the most active prospects on either side of the ball at Sunday's UnderArmour Dallas camp. 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.
Grant Gunnell, 2019 QB, Houston St. Pius X
For the second consecutive weekend, Gunnell stood out despite being one of the younger prospects in attendance. He was excellent, in our opinion, at The Opening New Orleans, and competed well Sunday despite a consistent, stiff wind much of the afternoon at UnderArmour Dallas. Gunnell owns an elite frame for the quarterback position and plays with consistency and poise.
Jason Harris, 2020 DE, Desert Ridge (Ariz.)
This is likely the first you have heard about the 6-foot-7, 210-pound freshman defensive end prospect. Harris is also listed as a basketball prospect in the Scout database and that makes sense as he looks like a hoopster at this point in his development, but keep an eye on him as it relates to the football recruiting world. He was very quick off the edge and strong at the point of attack for such a young prospect. He has long arms and was able to use that to fend off blockers.
Austin Stogner, 2019 TE, Plano (Texas) Prestonwood Christian Academy
Stogner made the Top 10 offense overall and going forward he is someone who you can put in the race to be considered as one of the top prospects at his position nationally. He runs and moves well as a 6-foot-6, 225-pounder. He has soft hands and a one of the best catch radiuses we have seen in some time. He has double-digit offers with Florida State being the latest school to step up.
Theo Wease, 2018 WR, Allen (Texas)
Wease has been fun to watch develop, because he is one of the first ever players to be named a four-star prospect from the Lone Star State to be named a four-star before he stepped on the field in a varsity jersey at perennial powerhouse Allen (Texas). Now he has developed inot one of the most impressive physical specimens at the position checking in at 6-foot-3, 190 pounds, and he can really run. Wease has already made a commitment to Oklahoma.
Brian Williams, 2019 S, Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne
One of the top overall prospects in the state of Texas' 2019 recruiting class, Williams once again showed why he's a complete safety. Williams possesses a good frame for the position and the natural coverage instincts to make a difference in the passing game. When you flip on the tape, he flashes as a hard-hitting downhill crasher, too. Williams showed good athleticism and coverage awareness in Sunday's action.
-- Scout regional analyst Gabe Brooks contributed to this report.