Here are the 2017 wide receivers with Longhorns offers

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Evaluation Miller is a big-time receiver prospect who projects to the high-major level in college. Above average size and good speed make for tough matchup, especially in man coverage. Accelerates well in short areas, impressively so for long-striding WR. Adjusts well to ball in flight. Threat in red zone w/verified 36-inch vertical. A bit raw. Will need to add strength, but possesses frame to do so. Plenty of time for young WR to develop further. -G.Brooks Bio 2015: As a junior, Miller caught 41 passes for a team-leading 912 yards and nine touchdowns on an impressive 22.2 yards per catch. 2014: Miller enjoyed a breakout sophomore season with 26 catches for 614 yards and eight touchdowns, averaging 23.6 yards per catch as he helped John Tyler High School to a state semifinal appearance in Texas' Class 5A Division I. *****

Evaluation Buckley is a talented receiver with the potential to be able to play the slot or outside at the Power Five conference level. Dangerous vertical threat who repeatedly gets behind defense for big plays. Excellent red-zone weapon. High-points ball, plays larger than listed size in ball-winning scenarios. Good body control. High-energy, competitive, positive player. Slender build right now, but possesses frame that should develop w/maturity.-G.Brooks *****

Evaluation Jones gets off the line quickly and puts defensive backs in an immediate disadvantage. Sometimes he just blows right by the corner and all his quarterback needs to do is lay the ball into his hands. He has good hands and concentration and is very explosive in tight windows. He can accelerate quickly and will get open. Will be interesting to see how he will be used once he gets into college, because the slot would suite him very well, and that could be how he projects, but he is a receiver who could also play some on the outside. As a sophomore his team used him in a variety of unique ways to get his hands on the football and that is the way we think he will be best used once he gets to college. Bio 2015:As a junior, Jones collected 35 passes for 515 yards and six touchdowns to earn 12-4A first team All-District honors. Jones had a breakout sophomore season with 28 catches for 551 yards and six touchdowns on 19.7 yards per catch.


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