46) S Erik Huhn, 6-3 200, Cibolo Steele
Huhn stands out on film because of his excellent instincts and ability to find the ball. With his jumbo frame, it isn't hard to see him a linebacker, or a hybrid player at the next level.
The best pure receiving tight end in the state, Smythe has excellent height, hands and speed. Only a lack of bulk and the ensuing blocking potential, is keeping him from being higher on this list.
48) RB Adam Taylor, 6-0 190, Katy
Taylor is certainly under the radar, but it's because he missed almost his entire junior year with injuries. But he rushed for 1,600 yards as a sophomore, and is the rare tackle-breaker with home-run potential.
49) RB Jamel James, 6-0 210, Katy Cinco Ranch
The one-time Arkansas commitment is exactly what teams are looking for at running back: a power guy who can hit a seam and create big plays.
50) LB/S Raaquan Davis, 6-2 195, Rockwall Heath
Davis is a safety right now, but he probably projects as a hybrid linebacker at 215-220 pounds. He's rangy, has nice speed and is an excellent tackler.