Keep an eye on Class of 2020 safety prospect Darius Snow from Lewisville (Texas) Hebron.
The 6-foot-192-pounder didn't did no play football his freshman season, but is lined up to be a factor this fall and he looked the part of a big-time football recruit at The Hebron 7v7 on Saturday.
"I am a hard-hitter, Snow said of his strengths on the grid. "I am always looking for that open man, one-on-one is my favorite thing to do I like to come down and make a play on the line. I am getting better at playing the ball in the air, but like I said earlier I like to hit people.
"To be honest, I have always liked Jamal Adams as a player, but also he is a very good person, so he has always been someone for me to look u to, but on the field I look up to Kam Chancellor. He is about 6-foot-3, 225 and that is where I am about on track with my body type, so he is someone I model myself after as a safety."
Snow, is the son of former NBA standout Eric Snow, who played his college ball at Michigan State. Darius is also playing hoops and getting some college looks for basketball as well.
"I was on varsity this year," Snow said about hoops. "I play both sports. I am trying to even it out, but I am not sure which one I will choose at the end of the day.