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Texas Offer List

 

 

Name

Position

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HS

Committed?

Notes

Roschon Johnson QB N/A Port Neches-Groves (Port Neches, TX)   "Dream school. Has always wanted to go to UT."
Theo Wease WR 0.9615 Allen (Allen, TX) Oklahoma  
Kam Brown WR N/A Colleyville Heritage (Colleyville, TX)    
Kenyon Green OL 0.9707 Atascocita (Humble, TX) LSU  
Tyler Johnson OL N/A Oak Ridge (Conroe, TX)    
Brian Williams S 0.9992 Bishop Dunne (Dallas, TX)   younger brother of Arkansas RB Rawleigh Williams III
Isaiah Williams ATH N/A Trinity Catholic (St. Louis, MO)    

 

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Ok here is a name to file away. Peyton Matocha. A 2019 QB from St. Thomas High in Houston. He is 6'-4", 200 lbs and has early interest from Duke. The only team in Texas he likes is UT. He has some highlights on HUDL.

 

Why Peyton? He just happens to be my nephew.

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Ok here is a name to file away. Peyton Matocha. A 2019 QB from St. Thomas High in Houston. He is 6'-4", 200 lbs and has early interest from Duke. The only team in Texas he likes is UT. He has some highlights on HUDL.

 

Why Peyton? He just happens to be my nephew.

 

Very talented young man. We'll have to keep an eye on him.

 

http://www.hudl.com/v/1FNATF

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