Here's a look at the 2017 defensive ends with Longhorns offers

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Evaluation Graham gets after the quarterback an puts a ton of pressure on the offensive backfield. He is a new age weapon at the positon that is able to slide around and confuse offensive coordinators and offensive linemen from where he will be bringing pressure. Look for him to be a guy who can put his hand in the ground as a true defensive end, but can also stand up as a linebacker as well. He runs extremely well in the open field. - Greg Powers *****

Evaluation Carson is a dominating force. He is always around the football making things happen. He is the best player on the field everytime that he steps on one. He is still a bit raw, so that just makes him that much more intriguing. Players with his size are not usually as explosive as he is. He gets off the ball quick at times and his closing speed in the open field is surprising. He is still growing but at 6'4, 260 he could play defensive end in an odd or even front, also possibly sliding around along the defensive front to create mismatches for offensive linemen. We really like his motor. He will chase down plays from behind aand does not give up on plays. He is a tackle collector at the line of scrimmage and his stats are better than the highest thought of linebackers. - Greg Powers *****

Evaluation Chaisson has what like to describe as a very high motor and is a player who can get after the quarterback early and and then he will do it often. We like that he stepped up on the big stage to help his team win a state title, earning defensive MVP honors in the contest and making a play inside the 10-yard line to secure the win. Big players make big plays on the big stages. He has great speed rush abilities and instincts, but is also strong enough to hold his ground and play tough against the run. A well-rounded prospect, who has room to grow and mature into a top-tier pysical specimen. - Greg Powers *****

Bio 2015: As a junior, Brown recorded 54 tackles, 21 tackles for loss, nine sacks, and one forced fumble for a Denton Ryan squad that finished 13-1 with a state quarterfinal appearance in Texas' largest playoff division (6A D-I). *****

Evaluation Will Beal be a rush end or a stand-up linebacker on the next level? He could project as either and he could do either well. He is a lean end right now with length and athleticism. He can run, he can chase the ball, and he can really close on the ball. Needs to work on his first step and add weight and strength to be better against the run. He is most about speed and determination right now.


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