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The Mustangs already might have 16 commitments in the 2010 recruiting class which technically makes them full, but June Jones and crew will find a way to make room for a special player. Come inside to see who we would want. If you don't have a premium membership, you are missing out!

The Mustangs already might have 16 commitments in the 2010 recruiting class which technically makes them full, but June Jones and crew will make room for a special player.

We believe that the Mustangs will still get two to four more commitments before February. Over the next couple of weeks, we will be dropping names here and there of guys that they still would take.

Remember, February is a long ways away. Commitments could become academically lacking or players could decommit.

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Darryl Fields


Madill HS (OK)

With offers from Arkansas, Oklahoma State, and Kansas State, the running back is listing SMU still in his top two. Last season, Fields rushed for 1,267 yards and 15 touchdowns. Recently he was rated the number 13th player in the state of Oklahoma by SoonersIllustrated.com. The Mustangs now have verbals from many various athletes that can be moved to the secondary, wide out, and linebacker. Fields would give them a dynamic back that they could use to run around the corner.


Pat Faulk


Kerens HS

Faulk's ability to play multiple positions at the next level is the reason that he is so high on our list. He would be capable of playing running back, slot, and corner. With a 4.44-forty, it's no wonder that TCU, Georgia Tech, and Nebraska have offered along with SMU. At this point, the high school quarterback is telling Scout.com publishers that he wants to play at SMU or Stephen F. Austin. Faulk rushed for 2,094 yards and threw for 1,595 yards last season. He scored 31 times on the ground and 14 times though the air.


Javious Townsend


James Madison HS

Because SMU signed so many offensive lineman in the 2009 recruiting class, the Mustangs have the luxury of not having to sign any in 2010. But, that doesn't mean they will ignore a special talent if he chooses SMU. Townsend has 13 offers at this point and SMU is one of the highest on his radar. The soon to be senior will take some official visits this fall and is not expected to have a decision until close to signing day. That said, the Mustangs can afford to wait. They do not have to take a lineman in this class, but will if Townsend decided on the Hilltop.


Barry Browning


Everman HS

Rated the 74th safety by Scout.com, it looks like it could come down between SMU and Stanford for Browning's services. Browning, who had 94 tackles and 3 sacks last season, visited the Hilltop three weekends ago with his father. After talking with him, it appeared that he enjoyed his visit, but was not wanting to make a decision until after he visited Stanford. That will be after his senior year. Browning is a special talent, but at the same time, the Mustang's already have multiple verbals in the 2010 recruiting class that could play in the secondary.

Other players almost making the list:

DE- Andrew Tallman- Boston College HS (MA)

ATH- Kyle Guinyard- Ennis HS

DT- Bubba Vactor- Longview HS

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