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  1. Allen QB Grant Tisdale in action last Friday. (courtesy DMN) Tisdale finding his place at Allen (courtesy of DMN) Ever since Kyler Murray became a high school football legend, the quarterback position at Allen has perhaps the biggest spotlight in high school sports. After Murray, Mitchell Jonke took the mantle and kept the standard of play high. This season, junior Grant Tisdale took over after playing some last season and on Friday, in a close win 35-23 over a stellar Coppell team, Tisdale showed he could fill the position. Tisdale connected on three touchdown passes of 31 yards or longer. In total, he finished the game 10 for 14 with a career-high 206 passing yards and three touchdowns. He also made several plays with his legs, rushing 13 times for 113 yards. "I feel like my confidence is high," Tisdale said after the game. "If my team is strong, I'm strong." Wylie Pirates head out to support Rockport-Fulton (courtesy of DMN) Wylie High School held food and supply drives to aid those affected by Hurricane Harvey. That wasn't enough to satisfy students, who wanted to do more. So Friday, with its football team having a bye and not playing this week, Wylie's Pirates will travel more than 400 miles one way to support the Pirates of Rockport-Fulton, whose community was among the hardest hit by the Category 4 hurricane and its 130-mph winds. Sponsors and about 150 students from Wylie will take three charter buses to cheer on Rockport-Fulton when it plays Ingleside at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Tuloso-Midway in Corpus Christi. Wylie will present a donation of about $5,000 -- money raised through T-shirt sales -- to Rockport-Fulton, along with about 2,000 letters and notes of encouragement. "We're going to go down there and root for Pirates. Pirates gotta stick together," Montgomery said. "We're separated by miles and united as Pirates. STREAKS END South Garland ended their 25-game losing streak last Friday by beating W.T. White 46-40. Their starting RB,Jaquarion Turner, set a school record with 408 yards rushing. State’s longest win streak ended at 49 in a row when Bremond was upset by Milano Friday. Mind-Boggling Central Texas’ Liberty Hill ran up an amazing 734 yards rushing, averaging 11.3 yards per carry as a team. They beat Brownwood Friday 70-49. Stony Point forfeits two wins (courtesy Austin American Statesman) Stony Point is now officially winless on the season after the Tigers had to forfeit a pair of wins, according to Round Rock school district athletic director Dwayne Weirich. Weirich did not explain the reason for Stony Point’s forfeits, but UIL spokeswoman Kate Hector informed American-Statesman correspondent Hunter Cooke that the UIL had been notified that Stony Point used an ineligible player in the two forfeited contests. “The minimum penalty for playing an ineligible player is forfeiture of that contest,” Hector wrote in an email. Stony Point beat Killeen 42-21 in the season opener and Killeen Ellison 42-23 in the second week of the season. The Tigers lost to Belton 24-21 last week. The forfeits won’t affect Stony Point’s playoff chances, since both occurred during non-district play. The Tigers won’t begin their six-game slate in District 13-6A until a Sept. 29 meeting with Round Rock. NOTABLE GAMES THIS WEEK #1 Carthage @ #2 Gilmer #8 GP Northshore @ #2 Manvel Dallas Wilson @ Frisco Wakeland Dalhart @ Vernon #8 Wylie @ #4 Argyle Waco @ Waco Midway Big Sandy @ Harelton Longview @ Mesquite Horn John Tyler @ Rockwall #9 Iraan @ #4 Mason Dallas Carter vs South Oak Cliff Houston Heights' Jalen Green scored two TDs rushing and passed for another Friday night. . 2018 CLASS 1. BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton (2-1) defeated Chavez, 66-0. No stats available. This week – vs. Westside at Angleton. 2. BRENNAN EAGLES, WR, Alief Taylor lost to Dekaney, 26-14. Eagles had three receptions for 28 yards. This week – vs Seven Lakes, Saturday, Sept. 23 at 6 pm 3. CADEN STERNS, S, #5 Cibolo Steele (1-2) lost to SA O’Connor, 42-30. No stats available. This week – vs Smithson Valley Friday, Sept 22, 7:30 p.m. 4. JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights (1-0) defeated Clear Creek 56-21. Green, playing QB, was 6 of 6 passing for 105 yards and 1 TD. He rushed 7 times for 55 yards and 2 TDs. This week – vs Katy Tompkins, Thursday, Sept. 21, 7 pm 5. ALVONTE WOODARD, WR, Houston Lamar (0-1) lost to Klein Collins, 23-14. Woodard had two receptions for 12 yards. This week – vs. Alief Elsik, Friday, Sept. 22, 7 p.m. 6. DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp, defeated Alto 28-21, Friday. Overshown had a 76-yard punt return for a touchdown. He rushed three times for 27 yards and one TD. He also had two receptions for 28 yards. In the third quarter, Overshown had a key pass deflection in the end zone which saved a touchdown. This week – Idle Next game – Arp at Waskom Friday Sept 29, 7:30 pm, Wildcat Stadium 7. AYODELE ADEOYE, LB, IMG Academy cancelled their game with St Johns due to Hurricane Irma. This week – vs. Miami Central, Friday, Sept 22, 7 pm, neutral site 8. CAMERON RISING, QB, Newbury Park CA lost to Valencia 48-7, Friday. Rising has completed 40 of 59 passes for 742 yards in three games and has thrown for nine touchdowns and just one interception. He’s rushed for an additional 186 yards and five touchdowns on 17 carries. Friday night, Rising passed for 102 yards and rushed for 40 more. He had one interception. He was replaced by the backup QB late in the 2nd quarter, down 41-0. This week – vs Venice, Sept. 22, 7 pm Venice. 9. KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage defeated Whitehouse 42-20, Friday. Ingram rushed for two touchdowns, one for 67 yards and another 4-yard run. 170 yards rushing. 4 receptions for 38 yards. This week – at #2 Gilmer Saturday Sept. 23, 7:30 pm, 10. RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity KY defeated Champagnat Catholic. Moore had 18 catches for 242 yards and three TD receptions. This week – at Jeffersontown, Friday Sept. 22, 7:30 p.m. 11. CASEY THOMPSON, QB, Newcastle OK (0-3), lost to Blanchard 50-22, Friday. Thompson had his best night of the year so far, completing 30-of-44 passes for 287 yards and was intercepted once. He had two touchdown passes, including a 61-yarder in the closing moments. Thompson added 61 yards on the ground and had a 56-yard punt that was downed at the Blanchard 1-yard line This week – at Weatherford, Friday Sept. 22, 7:00 pm 12. BYRON HOBBS, LB, FW Eastern Hills (2-1) defeated Dallas Hillcrest 34-8. No stats available. This week – Idle Next Game – at Richland, Friday Sept. 29, 7:30 p.m. 13. REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole (2-1) defeated Snyder 40-0, Friday, No stats available. This week – vs Amarillo River Road, Friday Sept. 22, 7:30 pm, Seminole 14. DOMINICK WOOD-ANDERSON, TE, AZ Western College – Idle This week – vs. Eastern Arizona, Saturday, Sept. 22, 7 p.m. Arizona Western radio – 560 AM KBLU 15. CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis defeated Dallas Jesuit 64-45, No stats available. This week – at Hendrickson (Pflugerville), Friday, 7 pm 16. KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield defeatd #8 GP Northshore, 37-20. No stats available. This week – vs. Clear Springs, Friday, Sept. 22 17. MALCOM EPPS, TE, Spring Dekaney defeatd Alief Taylor 26-14. No stats available. This week – vs. Klein Oak, Thursday at 5 pm (Dek) 18. RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland defeated Richardson Pearce, 41-6. No stats available. This week – vs. Dallas Wilson, Friday, Sept. 22, 7 p.m. Frisco 2019 CLASS
 1. ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches-Groves – Idle This week – vs Lumberton TEXAS TARGETS 1. Grant Tisdale, QB, Allen – 10 of 14 for 204 yards and 3 TDs. Rushed for 98 yards on 16 carries. 2. Theo Wease WR, Allen – 5 receptions for 85 yards and two TDs. 3. Marcel Brooks, LB, FM Marcus – 20 tackles, SIX SACKS (not a typo) 4. Jordan Whittington, WR, Cuero – 4 receptions for 90 yards and a touchdown. Had three carries for 25 yards. He also had a 55 yard punt return for a TD. 5. D’shawn Jamison, CB, Houston Lamar – Returned an interception 46 yards for a touchdown. AP TEXAS HS FOOTBALL POLLS CLASS 6A 1. Allen (14) 3-0 2. Converse Judson (5) 3-0 3. Katy (2) 1-0 4. DeSoto (3) 3-0 5. Austin Westlake 3-0 6. Lake Travis 2-1 7. Sachse 3-0 8. The Woodlands 0-1 9. Hewitt Midway 3-0 10. Spring Westfield 1-0 Others receiving votes: 11, Mansfield 14. 12, Klein Collins 13. 13, Galena Park North Shore 9. 14, Fort Bend Ridge Point 8. 15, SA Northside O'Connor 7. 16, Longview 5. 17, Cibolo Steele 4. 18, San Benito 3. 18, Amarillo Tascosa 3. 18, Austin Bowie 3. 21, Arlington Martin 2. 21, Odessa Permian 2. 21, John Tyler 2. 24, Southlake Carroll 1. 24, Beaumont West Brook 1. 24, Coppell 1. CLASS 5A 1. Aledo (18) 3-0 2. Manvel (5) 1-0 3. Denton Ryan (1) 3-0 4. Corpus Christi Calallen 3-0 5. Richmond Foster 1-0 6. Highland Park 2-1 7. Temple 2-1 8. Cedar Park 2-1 9. Frisco Lone Star 3-0 10. Angleton 2-0 Others receiving votes: 11, Mansfield Legacy 17. 12, Fort Bend Marshall 16. 13, Dripping Springs 12. 14, A&M Consolidated 10. 14, West Mesquite 10. 16, Lancaster 9. 17, College Station 8. 18, Lubbock Coronado 3. 18, N. Richland Hills 3. 20, Hutto 2. 21, Port Neches-Groves 1. CLASS 4A 1. Carthage (21) 3-0 2. Gilmer (1) 3-0 3. West Orange-Stark (1) 2-0 4. Argyle 3-0 5. Waco La Vega 3-0 6. Cuero (1) 2-0 7. Kennedale 2-0 8. Midlothian Heritage 3-0 9. Van 3-0 10. Abilene Wylie 2-1 Others receiving votes: 11, Kilgore 8. 12, Sweetwater 7. 12, China Spring 7. 14, Henderson 4. 15, Liberty Hill 3. 16, Graham 2. 16, Celina 2. 18, Andrews 1. 18, Boerne 1. . CLASS 3A 1. Gunter (14) 3-0 2. Hallettsville (2) 2-0 3. Lexington (3) 3-0 4. Wall (3) 3-0 5. NEWTON (2) 2-0 6. MALAKOFF 2-0 7. Brock 2-1 8. East Bernard 2-0 9. Canadaian 3-0 10. Cameron Yoe 2-1 Others receiving votes: 11, West Rusk 17. 12, Yoakum 11. 13, Jefferson 9. 14, Sonora 8. 15, Harmony 2. 16, Woodville 1. CLASS 2A 1. Refugio (18) 1-0 2. TENAHA (6) 3-0 3. Mason 3-0 4. Muenster 3-0 5. Mart 2-1 6. Albany 3-0 7. Abernathy 3-0 8. Iraan 3-0 9. Bremond 2-1 10. Crawford 2-1 Others receiving votes: 11, De Leon 21. 12, Milano 10. 13, Centerville 7. 14, Carlisle 5. 15, Wellington 4. 15, San Augustine 4. 17, Shiner 2. 17, Post 2. 17, Joaquin 2. 20, Stratford 1. MAXPREPS NATIONAL TOP 25 1. Mater Dei (Cal) 2. IMG Academy (Fla) 3. St Thomas Aquinas (Fla) 4. Grayson (Ga) 5. American Heritage (Fla) 6. St John Bosco (Ca) 7. DeSoto, TX 8. Centennial (Ca) 9. Allen, TX 10. St Joseph’s Prep (Pa) 11. Bingham (Ut) 12. Central (Fla) 13. Bishop Gorman (NV) 14. St. Xavier (Oh) 15. Trinity (Ky) 16. Ben Davis (IN) 17. St John’s (DC) 18. Katy, TX 19. DeMatha (MD) 20. South Pointe (SC) 21. Converse Judson TX 22. St Frances Academy (MD) 23. Mission Viejo (CA) 24. St Louis (HI) 25. DeLa Salle (CA)
  2. Photo: Mike Roach for HornSports By Mike Roach, HornSports South Oak Cliff’s playoff run came to a disappointing end Friday night in a 31-14 loss to Ennis in the Regional Finals. The Golden Bears team features a squad loaded with division one prospects including two Texas Longhorn commitments, running back Jordan Stevenson and defensive back Jamile Johnson. We were able to catch up with Johnson after the emotional loss and he was kind enough to answer some questions. “The season was just phenomenal, we made history and gave it everything we got” Johnson said referencing the fact that South Oak Cliff had not advanced this deep into the playoffs since 1978. While Johnson was proud of his team he was able to be critical of their performance tonight. “This loss just came back to all the bad things we did, all the downfalls. It just came back to discipline at the end of the day”. Johnson recorded an interception late in the game in what would be his last play at the high school level and mentioned that it would be memorable. With the deep playoff run South Oak Cliff has had, Johnson's plans to visit Austin were inevitably delayed. The South Oak Cliff duo of Johnson and Stevenson, have scheduled their visit to the 40 Acres for January. Johnson is excited to get to Austin and be part of the Charlie Strong defense. “I love the excitement and intensity that they have. That’s a defensive team, the offense might struggle a little bit but defense is the backbone of Texas”. Johnson was a one time Oklahoma commitment who then switched to North Carolina before pledging his commitment to the Longhorns. His lead recruiter is tight ends coach Bruce Chambers, and Johnson says he has no doubts about his decision. “I’m 100% firm, it’s a re-building process. The 2015 class is on our way to make something happen”. Johnson has the ability to play either corner or safety, and his physical style will match the intensity that Charlie Strong demands from his players. Johnson's interception in Friday night's loss to Ennis: https://vine.co/v/OvL6dWmBObQ
  3. Shout out to Horn Sports contributor Justin Wells (@justinwells2424 on Twitter) for long nights and a lot of hard work on this. The Horn Sports 50 is an objective and (we feel) realistic look at the great talent pool in the state of Texas and ranks according to this. There are many great young men that wear high school football uniforms in Texas and this list looks to acknowledge the top 50 from West to East and North to South. Enjoy and please comment. The Horn Sports 50: [TABLE=width: 1772] <tbody>[TR] [TD]Rank[/TD] [TD]Name[/TD] [TD]Position[/TD] [TD]Size[/TD] [TD]School[/TD] [TD]College[/TD] [TD]Notes[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]1.[/TD] [TD]Darius James[/TD] [TD]OL[/TD] [TD]6'5 320[/TD] [TD]Harker Heights[/TD] [TD]Texas commit[/TD] [TD]#1 because of size AND ability, Total package. Plays both ways in 5A (rare), will play Center at UT.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]2.[/TD] [TD]Ricky Seals-Jones[/TD] [TD]WR[/TD] [TD]6'6, 220 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Sealy[/TD] [TD]Texas, LSU, A&M, SEC, Big12 offers[/TD] [TD]Most dominant, physical WR in the nation. Size, speed, and basketball hands.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]3.[/TD] [TD]A'Shawn Robinson[/TD] [TD]DT[/TD] [TD]6'5, 305[/TD] [TD]Fort Worth Arlington Heights[/TD] [TD]Texas commit[/TD] [TD]Dominating in summer camps, could play both ways D1.Squats 600 lbs.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]4.[/TD] [TD]Kent Perkins[/TD] [TD]OT[/TD] [TD]6'6, 295[/TD] [TD]Lake Highlands[/TD] [TD]Texas commit[/TD] [TD]Natural left tackle, Wrestled in Super Heavyweight class for cardio & toughness.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]5.[/TD] [TD]Cody Thomas[/TD] [TD]QB[/TD] [TD]6'4, 215 (4.6)[/TD] [TD]Colleyville Heritage[/TD] [TD]Oklahoma commit[/TD] [TD]Best pure QB in Texas; arm accuracy/touch, mobility his strengths. Standout baseball player.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]6.[/TD] [TD]Maurice Smith[/TD] [TD]CB[/TD] [TD]6'1, 185 (4.4)[/TD] [TD]Sugar Land Dulles[/TD] [TD]Alabama commit[/TD] [TD]Best DB in Texas. Got the hips, the start/stop, and the speed to excel in Saban's secondary in '13.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]7.[/TD] [TD]Jake Raulerson[/TD] [TD]OL[/TD] [TD]6'4, 265 (4.9)[/TD] [TD]Celina[/TD] [TD]Texas commit[/TD] [TD]All around animal with a motor that doesn't quit, and a heart that doesn't fit under pads.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]8.[/TD] [TD]Deon Hollins[/TD] [TD]LB[/TD] [TD]6'2, 225 (4.6)[/TD] [TD]Fort Bend Marshall[/TD] [TD]UCLA commit[/TD] [TD]Pass rushing terror at DE, will shift to LB in college. Lived in the backfield (13 sacks, 15 TFLs).[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]9.[/TD] [TD]Derrick Griffin[/TD] [TD]WR/TE[/TD] [TD]6'6, 215 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Rosenberg Terry[/TD] [TD]Texas A&M commit[/TD] [TD]Outstanding basketball player, Physically overpowers opponents. Very high ceiling.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]10.[/TD] [TD]Dontre Wilson[/TD] [TD]RB[/TD] [TD]5'11, 180 (4.3)[/TD] [TD]DeSoto[/TD] [TD]Oregon commit[/TD] [TD]Pure blazing speed, comes from a program loaded with 4 Stars yearly, competes at high level.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]11.[/TD] [TD]Tyrone Swoopes[/TD] [TD]QB[/TD] [TD]6'5, 225 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Whitewright[/TD] [TD]Texas commit[/TD] [TD]Best Dual-threat QB in '13 class. Potential to take over games. Raw mechanically.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]12.[/TD] [TD]Torodney Prevot[/TD] [TD]DE/LB[/TD] [TD]6'3, 200 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Alief Taylor[/TD] [TD]USC commit[/TD] [TD]Multi-athletic pass rusher is super quick, needs weight but has frame. Will flourish in right system.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]13.[/TD] [TD]Justin Manning[/TD] [TD]DT[/TD] [TD]6'3, 275[/TD] [TD]Dallas Kimball[/TD] [TD]OU, Baylor, Ok. State, other offers[/TD] [TD]Just makes plays, double team nightmare, with great burst. Has 42 TFLs in HS career already.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]14.[/TD] [TD]Robbie Rhodes[/TD] [TD]WR[/TD] [TD]6'2, 190 (4.4)[/TD] [TD]Fort Worth Southwest[/TD] [TD]Baylor commit[/TD] [TD]Really came on in summer camps. Blazing speed to go with leaping ability and good hands. Huge upside.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]15.[/TD] [TD]Durham Smythe[/TD] [TD]TE[/TD] [TD]6'6, 230 (4.7)[/TD] [TD]Belton[/TD] [TD]Texas commit[/TD] [TD]Hard working thoroughbred, Top TE in a class with some good ones.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]16.[/TD] [TD]Isaiah Golden[/TD] [TD]DT[/TD] [TD]6'2, 320[/TD] [TD]Carthage[/TD] [TD]Texas A&M commit[/TD] [TD]Can't coach size and he's got plenty. Dominated 2A for Elysian Fields last fall. Playing for loaded Carthage squad now.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]17.[/TD] [TD]Antwuan Davis[/TD] [TD]CB[/TD] [TD]5'11, 180[/TD] [TD]Bastrop[/TD] [TD]Texas commit[/TD] [TD]When "speed", "smart," and " coachable" are used to describe you a lot, you'll be special.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]18.[/TD] [TD]Reggie Chevis[/TD] [TD]LB[/TD] [TD]6'2, 245 (4.6)[/TD] [TD]Houston Sharpstown[/TD] [TD]Texas A&M commit[/TD] [TD]Body of an NFL LB right now. Anchors a district leading defense; don't be shocked if he lands in the SEC.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]19.[/TD] [TD]Christian Morgan[/TD] [TD]LB[/TD] [TD]6'5, 250 (4.7)[/TD] [TD]Prestonwood Christian (Plano)[/TD] [TD]Florida State commit[/TD] [TD]Best overall player in TAPPS, Plays w/ fellow Horn Sports 50 star Mike Mitchell. Matchup nightmare in Red zone.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]20.[/TD] [TD]Deoundrei Davis[/TD] [TD]LB[/TD] [TD]6'2, 210 (4.6)[/TD] [TD]Cypress Woods[/TD] [TD]Texas commit[/TD] [TD]Athletic LB who covers sideline to sideline "fiercely" as coaches tend to say. Top notch closing speed.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]21.[/TD] [TD]Keith Ford[/TD] [TD]RB[/TD] [TD]5'11, 203 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Cypress Ranch[/TD] [TD]Oklahoma commit[/TD] [TD]#1 pure RB in class, downhill runner, strong. Decent numbers before injuries finished his season. (12 TDs)[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]22.[/TD] [TD]Devante Kincaid[/TD] [TD]QB[/TD] [TD]6'2, 180 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Dallas Skyline[/TD] [TD]Ole Miss commit[/TD] [TD]Dual threat playmaker leading a loaded Skyline program. Threw 33 TDs as a junior, legit threat per play.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]23.[/TD] [TD]Brett Wade[/TD] [TD]LB[/TD] [TD]6'1, 220 (4.7)[/TD] [TD]Kennedale[/TD] [TD]Texas A&M commit[/TD] [TD]Throwback tackler with a motor that doesn't stop. Zach Thomas clone.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]24.[/TD] [TD]Kameron Miles[/TD] [TD]CB/S[/TD] [TD]6'2, 210 (4.6)[/TD] [TD]West Mesquite[/TD] [TD]Tennessee commit[/TD] [TD]Long, rangy CB who'll play safety in the SEC.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]25.[/TD] [TD]Ishmael Wilson[/TD] [TD]OT[/TD] [TD]6'5, 290[/TD] [TD]Dallas Bishop Dunne[/TD] [TD]Texas A&M commit[/TD] [TD]Gifted left tackle with footwork and ginormus wing span. Could grow into future NFL Left Tackle.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]26.[/TD] [TD]Fred Ross[/TD] [TD]WR[/TD] [TD]6'2, 210 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Tyler John Tyler[/TD] [TD]Oklahoma State commit[/TD] [TD]Top possession WR in Texas. Grabbed 100 balls,w/1300+ yds, 15 TDs. Part of most explosive offense in East Texas.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]27.[/TD] [TD]Jake Oliver[/TD] [TD]WR[/TD] [TD]6'4, 200 (4.6)[/TD] [TD]Dallas Jesuit[/TD] [TD]Texas commit[/TD] [TD]Big kid, with hands like glue (108 catches). Could set a number of state and national records this fall.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]28.[/TD] [TD]Celeb Benenoch[/TD] [TD]OL[/TD] [TD]6'6, 320[/TD] [TD]Katy Seven Lakes[/TD] [TD]Texas, OU, Baylor, Texas Tech, other offers[/TD] [TD]Massive body, but feet that make him special. Could be NFL Guard with right technique/sysytem.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]29.[/TD] [TD]Vincent Taylor[/TD] [TD]DT[/TD] [TD]6'3, 275[/TD] [TD]San Antonio Madison[/TD] [TD]Oklahoma State commit[/TD] [TD]Best player in San Antonio with '13 class. Extremely versatile, plays nose to three technique.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]30.[/TD] [TD]JT Barrett[/TD] [TD]QB[/TD] [TD]6'2, 210 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Wichita Fallas Rider[/TD] [TD]Ohio State commit[/TD] [TD]Athletic QB that can run and pass. Another yearly stud QB from the state of Texas, could be special.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]31.[/TD] [TD]Maurice Porter[/TD] [TD]OT[/TD] [TD]6'6, 285[/TD] [TD]Fort Bend Marshall[/TD] [TD]Texas Tech commit[/TD] [TD]Wide load, came on late last season. Part of a great offensive line, fits Tuberville style.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]32.[/TD] [TD]James White[/TD] [TD]RB[/TD] [TD]6'0, 200[/TD] [TD]Pearland Dawson[/TD] [TD]Texas A&M commit[/TD] [TD]Compact and strong; this tailback is a load to bring down, and can run by you as well.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]33.[/TD] [TD]George Baltimore[/TD] [TD]S[/TD] [TD]5'11, 190 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Mansfield[/TD] [TD]TCU commit[/TD] [TD]Nasty, physical, and a big time hitter at safety; Patterson got himself a gem here.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]34.[/TD] [TD]Tavares Garner[/TD] [TD]CB[/TD] [TD]6'0, 175 (4.3)[/TD] [TD]Manvel[/TD] [TD]Texas A&M commit[/TD] [TD]Lots of speed here, and the knack & ability to turn a pick into 6. Still think LSU gets him.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]35.[/TD] [TD]Mike Mitchell[/TD] [TD]LB[/TD] [TD]6'4, 220 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Prestonwood Christian (Plano)[/TD] [TD]Baylor, SMU, TCU, Florida, Florida St., Texas Tech, USC, other offers[/TD] [TD]Combine freak; this private school stud has all the tools you need to thrive, must produce on field.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]36.[/TD] [TD]Jay Arnold[/TD] [TD]DE/LB[/TD] [TD]6'4, 250 (4.9)[/TD] [TD]Rockwall-Heath[/TD] [TD]Texas A&M commit[/TD] [TD]Wrestling is part of his pass rushing prowess training. Uses hands/moves well, will produce in College Station.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]37.[/TD] [TD]Paul Whitmill[/TD] [TD]MLB[/TD] [TD]5'11, 220 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Bastrop[/TD] [TD]TCU commit[/TD] [TD]Explosiveness is used alot to describe scrappy, undersized MLB. Will fit system in Ft. Worth to a tee.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]38.[/TD] [TD]Brad North[/TD] [TD]OL[/TD] [TD]6'3, 275[/TD] [TD]Allen[/TD] [TD]Northwestern commit[/TD] [TD]Very techinically sound lineman; smart and savvy.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]39.[/TD] [TD]Kenny Hill[/TD] [TD]QB[/TD] [TD]6'2, 215 (4.7)[/TD] [TD]Southlake Carroll[/TD] [TD]Texas A&M commit[/TD] [TD]Classic, drop back tosser has some nice tools to go with a giant heart and valiant leadership.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]40.[/TD] [TD]Kyle Hicks[/TD] [TD]RB[/TD] [TD]5'11, 195 (4.4)[/TD] [TD]Arlington Martin[/TD] [TD]Texas commit[/TD] [TD]Do it all speedster from DFW, accounted for 26 TDs (carries,catches, and special teams).[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]41.[/TD] [TD]Jacorey Warrick[/TD] [TD]WR[/TD] [TD]5'11, 170[/TD] [TD]Cypress Falls[/TD] [TD]Texas commit[/TD] [TD]Quick, natural slot receiver puts up big numbers.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]42.[/TD] [TD]Tyus Bowser[/TD] [TD]DE[/TD] [TD]6'2, 225 (4.7)[/TD] [TD]Tyler John Tyler[/TD] [TD]UL Lafayette, Texas Tech, Missouri, other offers[/TD] [TD]Under the radar until this summer, the athletic DE also plays TE. Ceiling getting higher and higher.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]43.[/TD] [TD]Corion Webster[/TD] [TD]RB[/TD] [TD]6'0, 190 (4.4)[/TD] [TD]Atlanta[/TD] [TD]Oklahoma State commit[/TD] [TD]This guy really came on after monster junior year... expect more offers for the East Texas burner.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]44.[/TD] [TD]Chevoski Collins[/TD] [TD]ATH[/TD] [TD]5'11, 190 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Livingston[/TD] [TD]Texas, OU, Ok. State, Baylor, TCU, other offers[/TD] [TD]Outstanding athlete who excels at WR as well as team's best defender in the secondary.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]45.[/TD] [TD]Victor Davis[/TD] [TD]CB[/TD] [TD]6'1, 185 (4.4)[/TD] [TD]Rosenberg Terry[/TD] [TD]Texas A&M commit[/TD] [TD]Long, rangy cover corner with great makeup speed to go with prototypical size.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]46.[/TD] [TD]D.J. Dean[/TD] [TD]QB/ATH[/TD] [TD]5'11, 180 (4.5)[/TD] [TD]Newton[/TD] [TD]Utah commit[/TD] [TD]Multi-talented athlete does it all for Newton and will try the same for Utah at the Pac12 in 2013.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]47.[/TD] [TD]Patrick "Monster" Brown[/TD] [TD]ATH[/TD] [TD]5'10, 175 (4.4)[/TD] [TD]Henderson[/TD] [TD]UL-Monroe, New Mexico St. offers[/TD] [TD]Ability to change the game with one play. From option, RB, WR, KR/PR, he literally does it all.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]48.[/TD] [TD]Baylen Brown[/TD] [TD]OT[/TD] [TD]6'5, 290[/TD] [TD]San Antonio O'Connor[/TD] [TD]Texas Tech commit[/TD] [TD]Got the feet, slide, and mobility to play along time.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]49.[/TD] [TD]Kerrick Huggins[/TD] [TD]DT[/TD] [TD]6'4, 289[/TD] [TD]Dallas Skyline[/TD] [TD]Texas A&M commit[/TD] [TD]Can really move up and down line of scrimmage, part of steady pipeline from Skyline.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]50.[/TD] [TD]Johnny Jefferson[/TD] [TD]RB[/TD] [TD]5'9. 170 (4.3)[/TD] [TD]Killeen Shoemaker[/TD] [TD]Baylor commit[/TD] [TD]Lighting quick and fast, small stature doesn't hold this mighty mite back. BU got a steal.[/TD] [/TR] </tbody>[/TABLE]

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