Recruiting

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…

Prospect watch: Five players to keep an eye on in the area round of the 2016 playoffs

Jason Shelley QB, Frisco Lone Star 5-11, 160 A three-star talent currently committed to Utah, Shelley burst onto the Texas high school football landscape as a junior when he led Frisco Lone Star to its first state championship game. His combination of athleticism, creativity and deceptive strength make Shelley an impossible task for most prep defenses. His height is a…

Prospect watch: Five players to keep an eye on the 2016 playoffs

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.

K’Lavon Chaisson DE, North Shore 6-4, 220 Chaisson’s rise as a top-flight defensive end prospect began in last year’s state playoffs. He put an exclamation point on it with an MVP performance in a state title victory. An athletic defensive end with an ideal frame, Chaisson’s first step is lightning quick and his balance allows him to adjust to the…

Top 26 storylines for 2016: No. 8 – A ridiculous crop of 2017 QBs

THE SEASON IS FAST APPROACHING, AND WE'RE GEARING UP BY COUNTING DOWN THE BIGGEST STORIES WE'LL BE WATCHING ALL SEASON, MANY OF WHICH WERE SET UP BY MAJOR OFFSEASON SHIFTS. WHY 26? WHY NOT?

John Tyler QB Bryson Smith (Photo by John Murphy) Texas produces quarterbacks. The 2017 recruiting class is no different. Rivals.com ranks over 20 signal-callers in the state of Texas three-star recruits or better. Three of those players – Chris Robison, Sam Ehlinger and Shawn Robinson – are four-star recruits. Before the season starts, a total of 23 quarterbacks in the…