The Opening Houston Recruiting Notebook

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2016 ATH Dylan Moses was the most sought after interview and he barely made it out of the parking lot before he was asked to do media, he re-conformed his top five of Alabama, LSU, Texas, UCLA and USC and that Texas was now indeed his No. 1 school. He will play his process out until the end.

2016 No. 1 rated DT Marvin Wilson has coat-to-coast offers and he touched on program like Alabama, Florida State and LSU which he has recently visited, and Texas A&M also made a big impression being the first school to offer. He will play the process out until national signing day, releasing a top five before the start of his season.

2016 WR Mannie Netherly says that a head coaching change would have to happen before he made the decision to decommit from Texas A&M, but he is keeping his eyes open to the recruiting process with schools such as Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama, Florida and others still vying for his signature. He has weekly communication with Bama and LSU.

2017 offensive tackle Stephan Zabié said Oklahoma and Texas A&M are his top offers so far. He added that he's hungry for offers from USC and UCLA. - Greg Powers

2017 top 100 running back Toneil Carter says he's planned an Oct. 3 decision on his birthday. He's visited schools such as Texas A&M, Baylor and Georgia. Judging his comments, the Aggies could be the leader. - Greg Powers

2017 Scout 300 offensive tackle Grayson Reed named a top 12 but has three on that list standing out in-region: Texas, Texas A&M and Oklahoma. He will make his commitment before his high school team's spring ball. - Greg Powers

2017 Scout 100 safety Derrick Tucker is still weighing all of his options. That said, he mentioned schools such as Alabama, Ole Miss, Texas and Texas A&M. When asked about Texas possibly being his leader, Tucker said, "There's no place like home, but I'm keeping all of my options open." - Greg Powers

2018 tight end and early Alabama pledge Malcolm Epps remains committed to the Tide, but said he'd like to hear from schools such as Oregon, UCLA and Ohio State. - Gabe Brooks 

2017 defensive end/tackle Josh Rogers recently picked up his first two offers from SMU and Illinois. He's also hearing from several more schools, such as Baylor, Houston, Oklahoma State and Texas. - Gabe Brooks

2017 four-star offensive tackle Austin Deculus plans a May 20 commitment at his spring game. Deculus has a top three of LSU, Alabama and Michigan. Deculus did not name a No. 1, but LSU may be the team to beat. - Gabe Brooks

2017 cornerback John Davis could be close to his first offers. He will visit Kansas State and Kansas this month and both have been in regular contact with him. - Gabe Brooks 

2018 safety Cameron Jones just got his first two offers from Louisiana Tech and UTSA. Jones, who's also an established track standout, will garner major recruiting interest. Baylor is the first P5 school to show interest. - Gabe Brooks 

2017 offensive tackle Josh Donovan recently picked up his first FBS offer from UTSA, as well as an FCS offer from McNeese State. Donovan has also started to garner P5 interest from schools such as Oklahoma and Mississippi State. - Gabe Brooks 

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