2020 safety Lejond Cavazos (© Greg Powers / SCOUT)

2020 Football Prospects to Monitor in the State of Texas

The spring evaluation period has brought plenty of attention to recruits across the state of Texas, including those emerging in the spring semester of their freshmen year. Scout identifies some of the Lone Star State's 2020 prospects to monitor in the coming months.


Lejond Cavazos, Safety, Cibolo Steele -- already heavily recruited with offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UCLA, and USC


Jase McClellan, RB, Aledo -- already heavily recruited with offers from Baylor, Georgia, Houston, Miami, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon, SMU, TCU, and Texas A&M

Dwight McGlothern, CB, New Caney -- offers from Georgia, LSU, Ole Miss, and Tennessee



R.J. Mickens, CB, Southlake Carroll -- son of former NFL defensive back Ray Mickens (Texas A&M); already heavily recruited with offers from Arizona State, Georgia, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, UCLA


Ja'Quinden Jackson, QB/ATH, Duncanville -- offers from Baylor, Oklahoma State, and Texas Tech

Lorando Johnson, CB, Lancaster -- offers from Oklahoma State, TCU

Kevontre Bradford, ATH, Lancaster -- offered this week by Baylor and Texas Tech

LaDarius Fair, ATH, Lancaster -- coaching staff has high expectations for him

Latrell Caples, WR, Lancaster -- coaching staff raves about him

E.J. Smith, ATH, Dallas Jesuit -- son of Emmitt Smith

Zachary Evans, RB, Galena Park North Shore -- offer from LSU



Anthony Faz, OT, South Oak Cliff -- offers from Arizona and Texas Tech

Frank Wilson IV, CB, San Antonio Central Catholic Marianist -- son of UTSA head coach Frank Wilson

Michael Henderson, ATH, Carrollton Ranchview -- big-framed versatile prospect who's already 6-foot-2, 200 pounds

Branard Wright, OG/DT, Dallas Carter -- big-bodied youngster who will team with LSU 2018 four-star pledge Jarell Cherry on the front D-line this year

Davon Graham II, WR, Keller Central -- 509 receiving yards as a freshman

Drew Sanders, QB/ATH, Lake Dallas -- huge frame at 6-5, 205; Tulsa offered this week



Collin Sullivan, WR, Round Rock -- 450 receiving yards as a freshman

Quin Bright, ATH, Cedar Hill -- offer from Oklahoma State

Courtland Ford, OT, Cedar Hill -- already around 6-foot-4, 290 pounds

Kelvontay Dixon, ATH, Carthage -- TCU offered Monday; younger brother of 2018 Scout 300 four-star running back Keaontay Ingram

Tykieast Crawford, OT, Carthage -- already around 6-foot-5, 285 pounds

Myles Nash, RB/WR, Sachse -- offer from Mississippi State

Chandler Morris, QB, Highland Park -- son of SMU head coach Chad Morris

Brendon Strickland, QB, Princeton -- big frame at 6-3, 200


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