1. CB Tony Brown - (Class of 2014)
School: Ozen HS
HT: 6'1 | WT: 185
Recruiting: Alabama, USC, Texas A&M, Texas, TCU, LSU, Florida, Ohio State
Scout Breakdown: He has the size and physique of an elite college player and has already developed a strong work ethic off the field. Additionally, he is a nationally rated track talent and a bonafide speedster posting 4.34 forty-yard dash time to go along with a 60-meter hurdle time of 7.76.
2. OLB Malik Jefferson - (Class of 2015)
School: Ralph H Poteet HS
HT: 6'3 | WT: 220
Recruiting: Utah, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Texas, TCU, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Mississippi State, Mississippi, Michigan, Florida
Scout Breakdown: Makes a ton of plays behind the line of scrimmage. He has a long, athletic frame, but is ripped. Still has room to add some more size, which makes his physique potential even more impressive. He uses his hands well when needed to get off his blocks and has tremendous closing speed in the open field.
3. S Jamal Adams - (Class of 2014)
School: Hebron HS
HT: 6'0 | WT: 200
Recruiting: Ohio State, Florida, Texas A&M, Notre Dame, Ole Miss
Scout Breakdown: A ball-hawking type of defender. He has great feet and can change direction quickly. He is a fast-twitch kid. He has the look of definite potential college star. A solid, well developed upper body combined with an athletic looking lower body. Looks like a basketball star meshed with a middle backer.
4. DT Daylon Mack - (Class of 2015)
School: Gladewater HS
HT: 6'1.5 | WT: 306
Recruiting: Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Texas, TCU, SMU, Oklahoma, LSU, Alabama
Scout Breakdown: Big and strong. He moves extremely well on his first step and can penetrate in to the backfield at times with cat-like quickness, which is quite an attribute for a player easily over 300 pounds. He runs well and is good in pursuit. He plays high at times, but is a difference maker when staying low.
5. RB Sotonye Jamabo - (Class of 2015)
School: Plano West Senior HS
HT: 6'1 | WT: 190
Recruiting: Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Texas, TCU, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Nebraska, Baylor
Scout Breakdown: He has that special ability with the ball in his hands to be able to make the spectacular play, either by running around or through tackles and then showing the speed and open field vision to take it to the house. He is a big back, who will draw comparisons Eddie George, because of his 6'3 size and his style of play.
6. OLB Hoza Scott - (Class of 2014)
School: La Porte HS
HT: 6'3 | WT: 225
Recruiting: Committed to Texas A&M
Scout Breakdown: He has a nice frame and moves extremely well. He shows great anticipation and has a knack for making some dramatic plays. He can play sideline-to-sideline against the ground game, but is also dangerous in pass defense. He jumps to bat balls down and grabs interceptions.
7. WR Davion Hall - (Class of 2014)
School: Liberty-Eylau HS
HT: 6'3 | WT: 193
Recruiting: Committed to Baylor
Scout Breakdown: On offense, he runs with purpose and his size, speed, agility combo is rare. He is also a vertical threat and makes great plays on deep balls thrown in his direction. On defense, he brings the same attributes to the table, plus he is not afraid to hit and shows good coverage skills.
8. DE Solomon Thomas - (Class of 2014)
School: Coppell HS
HT: 6'3 | WT: 256
Recruiting: Alabama, Ohio State, Stanford, Notre Dame, Arkansas
Scout Breakdown: He has the frame to possibly grow out of the defensive end position after a few years in a college strength and conditioning program, but has the athleticism to stick as a strongside end with a great burst and change of direction. He uses his hands well to manipulate offensive linemen and make plays against the run.
9. CB Kendall Sheffield - (Class of 2015)
School: Marshall HS
HT: 6'0 | WT: 180
Recruiting: Texas A&M, Texas, TCU, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, LSU, Florida, Baylor
Scout Breakdown: Sheffield is a blistering fast prospect, posting an elite laser-time of 4.36 in the 40-yard dash. He is the type of corner who has the size and the skill set to develop in to a guy you can put out on the island and play one-on-one against the other team's most dangerous weapon at receiver.
10. OG Maea Teuhema - (Class of 2015)
School: Keller HS
HT: 6'5 | WT: 335
Recruiting: Committed to Texas
Scout Breakdown: He takes pride in finishing blocks with a pancake. He can push the man in front of him around to open up running lanes and also has a surprising nimbleness that allows him to be adequate in pass protection. Once he latches on you can forget about it, he will finish the block.