The ULTIMATE Texas 100: 21-30

In-depth reports on prospects 21-30 in 'The ULTIMATE Texas 100', which rates players in the 2014, 2015 and 2016 recruiting classes. The ULTIMATE list was created so that fans could see who the best recruits were regardless of class. Check it out!

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21. S Deionte Thompson - (Class of 2015)

School: West Orange-Stark HS
HT: 6'2 | WT: 175
Recruiting: Committed to Alabama

Scout Breakdown: A long and rangy defensive back prospect, who is good in coverage and is not afraid to come up and make a hit. He is tall, long, and has pretty good speed for his size. Covers ground quickly and plays the ball very well in the air. He has knack for making plays on the ball and knocking it away or getting the interception.


22. CB Nick Watkins - (Class of 2014)

School: Bishop Dunne HS
HT: 6'1 | WT: 180
Recruiting: Washington, UCLA, Tulsa, Texas A&M, Texas, Tennessee, TCU, Stanford, SMU, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Ohio State

Scout Breakdown: Watkins played both ways in 2012 at receiver and corner, but is being recruited as a defensive back. He has the look of a free safety with a long, lean frame, but should be considered as more of a coverage corner. He has elite top-end track speed. He is able to drop quickly and covers a lot of ground.


23. WR Reggie Hemphill - (Class of 2016)

School: Manvel HS
HT: 6'1 | WT: 170
Recruiting: Committed to Texas

Scout Breakdown: The first Class of 2016 prospect you will find on the list. He is a talented prospect, who is extremely quick off of the line and has vertical playmaking ability. Will get to be the star of the show in 2013 now that players and upper classmen on the depth chart have graduated and left to college.


24. TE Jordan Davis - (Class of 2015)

School: Clear Lake HS
HT: 6'4 | WT: 250
Recruiting: Committed to Texas A&M

Scout Breakdown: He already has adequate size for blocking, but will really surprise you with his route running ability and hands. Looks like he could grow more and some may think OL when they see him, but he has shown on film and in person that he can run, catch, and block.


25. RB Rodney Anderson - (Class of 2015)

School: Katy HS
HT: 6'1 | WT: 205
Recruiting: Committed to Texas A&M

Scout Breakdown: Big back who has the ability to run like a scat back. He is one of the more agile players that you will see. He can cut on a dime and make defenders miss in the open field and he is powerful enough to run through tackles. Has home-run ability and can pick up tough yards.


26. CB Arrion Springs - (Class of 2014)

School: Roosevelt HS
HT: 6'0 | WT: 190
Recruiting: Committed to Oregon

Scout Breakdown: Springs is a defensive back with a well-rounded skill set. He is a physical defender and while playing safety he shows the downhill run stopping mentality. He is an asset in run support. In coverage he is also strong, hanging with wide receivers and getting a timely hand in to break up the play.


27. QB Jarrett Stidham - (Class of 2015)

School: Stephenville HS
HT: 6'4 | WT: 190
Recruiting: Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Texas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Baylor

Scout Breakdown: Played behind a division one signee in 2012 and will get his shot as the starting signal caller for the first time this fall. Has been the talk of the summer camp and combine season. He is big and strong and has the exact frame you envision. He has a good arm.


28. MLB Anthony Wheeler - (Class of 2015)

School: Skyline HS
HT: 6'2 | WT: 225
Recruiting: Texas A&M, Texas, SMU, Mississippi, Michigan State, Michigan, Baylor

Scout Breakdown: One of the more physically imposing players in the class at this early juncture. He looks like a kid's wrestling figurine. He lines up at defensive end and linebacker on his sophomore film and makes a good amount of plays. he runs well for a bigger framed linebacker and should be a perfect fit as a MLB.


29. S Dylan Sumner-Gardner - (Class of 2014)

School: West Mesquite HS
HT: 6'1 | WT: 193
Recruiting: Committed to Texas A&M

Scout Breakdown: He has a good set of coverage skills, plays the ball well, and is terrific tracking the ball. He plays the run like a linebacker, showing superior closing speed. He is also a sure tackler with the ability to make the big hit. He has great range and anticipation. His instincts are outstanding and he has great feel for the position.


30. S John Bonney - (Class of 2014)

School: Lamar HS
HT: 6'0.5 | WT: 175
Recruiting: Washington State, Utah, UCLA, Tulsa, Texas Tech, Texas, TCU, Stanford, SMU, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Northwestern

Scout Breakdown: Rated as a safety, Bonney also has the skills to play corner once he gets to college. A versatile defensive back with a great frame and long arms. Will need to get stronger in the weight room, but has plenty of time for that. His biggest strength is his concentration and coverage abilities.

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