|1||Deionte Thompson||West Orange-Stark||Texas||6'1/175||Alabama|
|Junior Eval: 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.|
|2||Justin Dunning||Whitehouse||Texas||6'3.5/204||Texas A&M|
|Junior Eval: Dunning looks amazing coming off of ACL injurythat forced him to miss his junior year. Was one of the top players at The Opening regardless of position and moved in to the National Top 50 following that strong performance.|
|3||Will Sunderland||Midwest City||Oklahoma||6'2/190||Undecided|
|Junior Eval: Has the perfect size to be the center field type of safety, but will need to learn to play the ball at times and worry less about demolishing receivers.|
|4||Larry Pryor||Sulphur Springs||Texas||5'11.5/196||Texas A&M|
|Junior Eval: Locks on his radar and flows straight to the ball with little to no wasted efforts. He is involved in a lot of plays and often snakes through the line and to make the play for little or no gain.|
|Junior Eval: He is a hard-hitter and a tough tackler, who is effective against the run and has the speed to chase down ball carriers sideline-to-sideline.|
|Junior Eval: Elam is an explosive athlete. Could play safety, cornerback or even receiver on the next level. His film reveals that despite his lack of weight at the moment, he hits with authority.|
|Junior Eval: Will be playing at a new high school in 2014 and will likely be spending his time at safety and receiver. A great athlete who also played quarterback as a junior.|
|8||Kenneth McGruder||Taylor||Texas||6'1/190||Oklahoma State|
|Junior Eval: McGruder may be one of the most physically ready to play prospects in the state from a size and physical standpoint. He is a big hitter, who can also put pressure on in coverages.|
|Junior Eval: Haughton has a nice long frame, but is also a big hitter who does not shy away from contact. He is reliable in coverage as well. The complete package at the position.|
|10||Prentice McKinney||South Oak Cliff||Texas||6'2/180||Notre Dame|
|Junior Eval: Has the ability to just fly to the football wherever it is. Has a long stride and can get to the sideline quckly, whether it is for coverage or tackling purposes. Can cover a lot of ground quickly.|
|Best of the Rest: J.W. Ketchum, Marquise Doherty, Keivon Ramsey, Jamile Johnson, Niko Small, Cameron Hilton|
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