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Texas Offer List

 

 

 

Name

Position

Composite

HS

Committed?

Notes

Joey Gatewood QB 0.9701 Bartram Trail (Jacksonville, FL) Auburn  
Justin Fields QB 0.9579 Harrison (Kennesaw, GA) Penn State  
Cameron Rising QB 0.9580 Newbury Park (Newbury Park, CA) Oklahoma  
Casey Thompson QB 0.9396 Southmoore (Moore, OK)    
Zadock Dinkleman QB 0.8796 Somerset (Somerset, TX)    
Lorenzo Lingard RB 0.9910 University (Orange City, FL) Miami  
TJ Pledger RB 0.9823 IMG (Bradenton, FL)   Orginally from Southern Cal
Jaelen Gill RB 0.9820 Westerville South (Westerville, OH)    
Keaontay Ingram RB 0.8921 Carthage (Carthage, TX)    
Terrace Marshall Jr. WR 0.9852 Parkway (Bossier City, LA)    
Jalen Preston WR 0.9750 Manvel (Manvel, TX)    
Brennan Eagles WR 0.9716 Alief Taylor (Houston, TX)    
Kamryn Babb WR 0.9712 CBC (St. Louis, MO)   Will Baizer used to play lacrosse games at his HS b/c they share a field with a college
Al'vonte Woodard WR 0.9585 Lamar (Houston, TX)    
CJ Moore WR 0.9560 Union (Tulsa, OK)    
Joshua Moore WR 0.9518 IMG Academy (Brandenton, FL)   Twin brother of Jordan Moore. Mother is a Texas alum.
Jaylen Waddle WR 0.9234 Episcopal (Houston, TX)    
Jeremy Ruckert TE 0.9650 Lindenhurst (Lindenhurst, NY)    
Brevin Jordan TE 0.9634 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV)    
Mustapha Muhammad TE 0.9578 Fort Bend Ridge Point (Missouri City, TX)    
Malcolm Epps TE 0.9396 Spring Dekaney (Houston, TX)    
Reese Moore TE 0.8488 Seminole (Seminole, TX)    
Jackson Carman OL 0.9951 Fairfield (Fairfield, OH)    
Jamaree Salyer OL 0.9948 Pace Academy (Atlanta, GA)    
Trey Hill OL 0.9733 Houston County (Warner Robins, GA)    
Max Wray OL 0.9667 Franklin (Franklin, TN) Georgia  
Nana Asiedu OL 0.9494 North Stafford (Stafford, VA)    
Barton Clement OL 0.9382 Marshall (Missouri City, TX)    
Chasen Hines OL 0.8893 Marshall (Marshall, TX)    
Rafiti Ghirmai OL 0.8851 Wakeland(Frisco, TX)    
Trey Stratford OL 0.8603 Allen (Allen, TX)    
Tyreke Smith WDE 0.9276 Cleveland Heights (Cleveland, OH)    
Jarell Cherry WDE 0.9249 Carter (Dallas, TX)    
Ronnie Perkins WDE 0.9075 Lutheran North(St. Louis, MO)    
Joseph Ossai WDE 0.8842 Oak Ridge (Conroe, TX)    
Max Wright SDE 0.9716 Taylor (Katy, TX)    
Ron Tatum DE .9259 Putnam City (Oklahoma City, OK)    
Taron Vincent DT 0.9944 IMG (Bradenton, FL)    
Keondre Coburn DT 0.9494 Westfield (Houston, TX)    
Trevor Trout DT 0.9407 Chaminade (Saint Louis, MO)    
Bobby Brown DT 0.9317 Lamar (Arlington, TX)    
Calvin Avery DT 0.9289 Bishop Dunne (Dallas, TX)   Nickname is Boogie
Palaie Gaoteote OLB 0.9930 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV) USC  
Alston Orji ILB 0.9402 Rockwall (Rockwall, TX)    
Anthony Cook CB 0.9907 Lamar (Houston, TX)    
Brendan Radley-Hiles CB 0.9760 IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL)    
Jalen Green CB 0.9624 Heights (Houston, TX)    
D'Shawn Jamison CB 0.9306 Lamar (Houston, TX)    
Tre Douglas CB 0.8919 Eagles Landing Christian Academy (McDonough, GA)    
BJ Foster S 0.9943 Angleton (Angleton, TX)    
Caden Stern S 0.9735 Steele (Cibolo, TX) LSU  
Josh Proctor S 0.9632 Owasso (Owasso, OK)    
Atanza Vongor S 0.9384 South Grand Prairie (Grand Prairie, TX)    
DeMarvion Overshown S 0.9350 Arp (Arp, TX)    
Myles Simms S 0.9344 Westlake (Atlanta, GA)    
Leon O'Neal S 0.9301 Cy-Springs (Cypress, TX)    
Jordan Moore S 0.9019 Yoakum (Yoakum, TX) Texas A&M Twin brother of Joshua Moore. Mother is a Texas alum.
Patrick Fields S 0.8563 Union (Tulsa, OK)    
Justin Watkins ATH 0.9736 Vanguard (Ocala, FL) Florida State  
Jaquayln Crawford ATH 0.8957 Rockdale (Rockdale, TX)    

 

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Texas offers one of the hottest prospects in the state. 2018 Frisco Wakeland OL Rafiti Ghirmai

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Longhorns offer Jaylen Waddle, a 4-star WR out of Episcopal HS in Houston.

 

Jaylen is 5'9" but possess great instinct, burst, speed, and elusiveness that you have to have at that size. I'd like to see him catch the ball with his hands more, but other than that he's not afraid to go up and high point the ball down the field or across the middle.

 

Good offer.

 

 

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Chasen Hines out of Marshall could be one to watch.

Think he has a chance to be a composite 4* before it's all said and done plus he doesn't even have a rating from one of the services. Big time interior mauler that can play Guard or Center. Would love to have him and somehow get Barton Clement as 2 inter OL guys next year.

 

We are also going to need to get a stud OT next year to replace C. Williams cause' other than Delance I don't know if we have someone that could handle the Left Tackle spot full time.

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Think he has a chance to be a composite 4* before it's all said and done plus he doesn't even have a rating from one of the services. Big time interior mauler that can play Guard or Center. Would love to have him and somehow get Barton Clement as 2 inter OL guys next year.

 

We are also going to need to get a stud OT next year to replace C. Williams cause' other than Delance I don't know if we have someone that could handle the Left Tackle spot full time.

It won't be easy replacing Connor and I hate even thinking about it because he's been so damn good since arriving to campus.

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