Mesquite's Marcus Trice was probably the best cornerback in attendance. He was tabbed as the defense's number one guy in the seven-on-seven drills.
Kingwood's Travis Swanson was one of the most impressive lineman.
South Grand Prairie took Cedar Hill's spot as the most represented school at the combine.
Oklahoma commit Jonathon Miller was very impressive. He had the days best standing broad jump.
Four players from Mesquite who put their name on the map.
Craig Loston was the most impressive player at the event as far as I was concerned.
Loston was really special and had a great break on the ball.
Javon Harris is a real physical specimen and was also one of the top players there. Look for his ranking to skyrocket.
2010 linebacker Earl Hines from Port Arthur looked impressive.
Joel Gray was big and mean in the lineman drills. He was itching to do some more damage to the defensive linemen when he found out there were no linemen one-on-ones...
Drew Allen was the most impressive quarterback at the event.
It is only a matter of time before offers start rolling in from major programs.
Randall Dent was also one of the top players. He has been projected as a tackle or an an end, but moved well enough to play either.
A group of players from Dallas/Naaman Forest.
Watch out for quarterback Aaron Johnson from Longview. He may be a huge name for the class of 2010.