Mansfield Summit Prospects Shine

Mansfield Summit High School always produces big time prospects. Earlier this year, The Jaguars five-star quarterback, John Chiles, committed to play at the University of Texas. Several others from the junior class at Mansfield Summit could be joining him on the college landscape in a couple of years. Head Coach Kyle Geller raved about this talented group of junior prospects.

The 6-foot-0, 170 pound Quinn Sharp has the range to be an excellent place kicker or punter on the next level.

"He was All-District last year," Geller said. "Some scouting services have him ranked as one of the top kickers in the nation."

Defensive end Adam Visosky is a sack machine. The 6-foot-1, 215 pound Visosky was one of the most impressive sophomore defensive linemen in Texas last year.

"He won Newcomer of the Year in our district," Geller said. "He also led our team in sacks last season."

Matt Hill is an explosive wide receiver. The 6-foot-0, 170 pound receiver has excelled in Jag's offense through the first two games.

"He is off to a good start this year. He has 10 catches and a touchdown in our first two games," Geller said.

David Cato transferred after last season. The 5-foot-10, 180 pound Cato can play either linebacker or safety. With his size, he would be better suited to play in the secondary in college.

"He was All-District last year at Sam Houston High School," Geller said. "He starts for us this year. He sat out with an injury last week but will be back this week."

Mansfield also has a tremendous kick returner. Running Back Erike Parker is also seeing time on the offensive side of the ball. The 5-foot-8, 165 pound Parker adds another dimension to the Jaguars potent special teams.

"He is a great punt returner," Geller said. "He was All-District as a sophomore and leads our team in receptions so far this year."

The future certainly looks bright for the Mansfield Summit Jaguars.

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