Hampton is a player who, because of his physicality, can project at multiple linebacker positions. He runs well and can play in space, though he's almost better at coming up and filling gaps as a middle linebacker with range. Hampton plays with great pop and aggression.
Stout and active, Henderson gets the nod as the second-best defensive tackle in the 2014 in-state class. He has excellent get-off and does the work with his hands to make offensive linemen pay for errors they make with their technique. Will be a great fit in TCU's system because he can anchor or shoot the gap.
48) Foster Sawyer, QB Fort Worth All Saints — TCU
An accurate quarterback with outstanding size (6-5 215), Sawyer led All Saints to an undefeated record by throwing for 2,800 yards and 31 touchdowns. Sawyer chose the Horned Frogs over a bevy of other offers, including one from defending national champion Alabama.
49) Austin Schlottmann, OL, Brenham
A bit under-the-radar because he played through an injury as a junior, Schlottmann has nice size at 6-5 295, and the brute strength to maul as a right tackle in a power-running offense. He owns the Brenham program bench-press record after benching 450 pounds. Has a Texas Tech offer, but could blow up.
50) Otaro Alaka, LB, Cypress Falls — Texas
Long and athletic, Alaka has the ability to be a three-down outside linebacker at the next level. The versatile Alaka plays everything from almost a nickel corner to an edge rusher in Cy Falls' system, though might be at his best when he's playing in space, a great attribute for a guy headed to the spread-happy Big 12.