#LetsRide Series Continues with Ryan Newsome

Ryan Newsome is ready for Austin (Texas) In less than a week he and the rest of the 2015 class will begin their careers at Texas. Newsome is a 5-foot-9, 175-pound wide receiver from Aledo (Texas)

Ryan Newsome checks in from Aledo (Texas) He brings instant speed to the Texas offense and return game. He has been very focused as he enters the next chapter in his life.

”I am looking forward to meeting new people and developing new relationships,” Newsome said. “My main focus has been currently finishing strong in the classroom as well as conditioning myself as best I can to be in good shape. My relationship with Texas coaches are great, couldn’t be more excited to not only play for great coaches but exceptional people. The fans can expect for me to give everything I have while I am there. I am very honored to be a part of such a prestigious university such as Texas. We are on our way back to the top, please believe it.”

Bio Blast:

2014: Newsome caught 54 passes for 1,073 yards and 12 touchdowns, while rushing for 470 yards and seven touchdowns on 8.2 yards per carry for an Aledo team that won its fifth state championship in six years with a Class 5A Division I title. Newsome also returned two punts for touchdowns.

2013: As a junior, Newsome ran for 826 yards and eight touchdowns on 9.9 yards per carry. He also caught 21 passes for 532 yards and 10 touchdowns, while recording a staggering seven punt return touchdowns and one kickoff return touchdown for a state-title squad.

2012: Newsome gained 477 yards from scrimmage -- 333 rushing, 144 receiving on 12 catches -- and averaged 7.8 yards per touch, scoring five touchdowns. He also returned one kickoff for a score.

Scout.com Take:

Newsome is one of the premiere speed prospects in all of the country. He is also one of the top-rated slot wide receivers and deservedly so. he brings exactly what you want in this style of player. He can line up all over the field and gash defense with big plays and can score any time he gets his hands on the ball. A dangerous return man, which is an understatement, because he is the No. 1 guy in Texas High School Football in punt return TDs.

Inside The Numbers:

Overall Rank No 193

Position Rank No 26

Midland WR Rank 4

Texas WR Rank 4

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