A great fit for Texas Tech, Lauderdale gets the ball in 80 different ways for Bellaire, and he's dangerous in every one of them. Elusive with the ball in his hands and has great speed. An excellent jet-sweep player.
37) S Kameron Miles, 6-2 212, West Mesquite
Big, rangy safety who isn't afraid to bring the wood. Miles's size makes it easy for everyone to see him as a linebacker, but he's a good enough athlete that he certainly play safety in the right scheme.
Baylor landed a great one in Johnson, who is one of the state's top athletes. Does tons of damage as a zone-read runner with his strength and speed, and could play multiple other positions if QB doesn't work out.
39) CB Antwuan Davis, 6-1 171, Bastrop
Elite-level athlete whose game has yet to catch up to his potential. Davis is 6-1 with 4.3 speed, but was injured last year. He has all the tools to be a great cover man.
40) DT Vincent Taylor, 6-3 270, San Antonio Madison
Long-armed interior player is an excellent athlete for his size. Taylor has the length to play as a 3-4 defensive end, but is best-suited for a penetrating one-gap tackle at the next level.