Four-Star WR Marquez Beason Lands Texas Offer

Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne standout wide receiver Marquez Beason made an early pledge to Nebraska but will entertain other offers moving forward. The 5-foot-11, 170-pound four-star picked up an offer from the Texas Longhorns earlier this week.

“A Texas offer means a lot since I’m a Texas boy and it’s home,” Marquez Beason said.  “Texas is trying to get back to their National Championship days with this 2017 & 2018 class, and that’s a real good thing.  I would fit in well because they love to use the slots and get them the ball.”


Inside the Numbers


Class 2019

Four-Star WR

5-foot-11, 170-pounds

Dallas (Texas)

Bishop Dunne High School


Notable Offers


Nebraska Cornhuskers Soft Verbal

LSU Tigers

Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Ohio State Buckeyes

Oklahoma Sooners

Texas Longhorns Take


Beason is an electric offensive player. He lines up all over the field. Beason will play slot, wildcat quarterback, running back, outside receiver and return kicks and punts. He is dangerous in the open field, showing an extra gear and a great burst. He is shifty and will find running lanes, and when he gets moving north and south, he will hit the nitro button and make a huge play. Beason has a knack for finding the end zone and is a home run hitter who can score from anywhere on the field. He is one of the most explosive prospects in the TXHSFB 2019 class and plays for a program that is known to send many prospects to the next level. He projects best as a slot wide receiver. - Greg Powers 

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