Recruiting

National Signing Day: Ranking the recruiting classes in Texas

DCTF managing editor Greg Tepper ranks the recruiting classes for the 12 FBS teams in the Lone Star State.

The dust has settled on National Signing Day — recruiting’s biggest day of the year — and fans across the state of Texas are relishing in their favorite team’s haul. But who fared the best in the 2017 signing class? Dave Campbell’s Texas Football managing editor Greg Tepper offers his thoughts on the recruiting classes for the 12 FBS teams in…

The Dave Campbell’s 500 — The best prospects in Texas in 2017

DCTF is proud to debut the largest database of Texas prospects in the world.

Dave Campbell’s Texas Football — Texas’ leading football source since 1960 — is proud to debut the DCTF 500, spotlighting the best and brightest prospects in the Class of 2017 across the Lone Star State. Presented by:

McGuire a stout addition to an increasingly Texan staff at Baylor

The third Texas high school football coach to join Matt Rhule's staff adds an unbelievable punch.

Photo by Mary Scott McNabb Just a week ago when Baylor hired Temple head coach Matt Rhule, the permeating thought around the Big 12 and amongst observers of the recruiting scene within the state of Texas was “Where are the Texas ties to the new Baylor staff?” Any thought of a lack of ties in the state – at least…

Prospect watch: Five players to keep an eye on in the state quarterfinals

LOOKING FOR THE STAR POWER IN THIS YEAR'S TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS? WE'VE GOT YOU COVERED WITH A FEW PLAYERS TO WATCH EVERY WEEK.

James Lynch DL, Round Rock 6-5, 280 A big, strong defensive lineman with a high motor for his size, Lynch is a USC commit with plenty of upside. Lynch plays defensive end at Round Rock High School, but could easily grow into a defensive tackle by the time his college career ends. He’s quick for someone 280 pounds. Lynch gets…

Prospect watch: Five players to keep an eye on in the regional semifinals

LOOKING FOR THE STAR POWER IN THIS YEAR'S TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS? WE'VE GOT YOU COVERED WITH A FEW PLAYERS TO WATCH EVERY WEEK.

Tre Siggers Ath, Duncanville 5-10, 185 Quick and powerful, Duncanville’s Tre Siggers could play multiple positions at the college level. Siggers is currently used in a variety of ways on offense. He leads the team with 68 receptions for 729 yards and three touchdowns while adding 46 rushes for 395 yards and four touchdowns. Siggers is a threat whenever he…