A serious bump from where I thought he would be, but it's hard not to become enamored with Bernard's speed on tape. Sharpstown does a nice job of getting him the ball in variety of ways, and he hits home runs in all facets of the game. Bernard projects best as a slot who can blow the top off a coverage with his wheels.
A bigger back with quick feet, Williams (6-2 220) could be a monster in a Baylor offense that has gotten plenty out of bigger backs like Terrance Ganaway and Glasco Martin. Williams has the vision and one-cut ability to take advantage of zone blocking schemes, but finishes runs the way a 220-pound back should.
A different type of wideout than what is available elsewhere in the state, Upchurch is the 6-1, 220-pound wideout who catches the ball and then turns into a power back after the catch. In fact, Dawson uses him a bit in the latter role. The only question here is speed. Upchurch can run, but he's not an elite speed or extremely fluid guy.
Mahomes was a great pickup for the Red Raiders in that he's the type of guy who can not only make every throw in that spread, but also stretch defenses with his legs. He can also run to pass … in fact, his tape reveals some awfully nice throws while on the move. The state's second-best quarterback to Jerrod Heard.
35) Terrell Cuney, C, Jasper — Texas
At 6-3 260, Cuney still has some bulking-up to do. But he has every other trait you look for in a center. He's quick off the ball, can pull, trap and make blocks at the second level and generally is a menace for opposing defenses. Once his size and strength catch up to his athleticism, he could be special.