'09 Verbals
'09 Verbals
2009-02-08 00:00:00

This is the complete list of 2009 verbal committments for all DI Texas colleges and in-state high school and JUCO players who have committed to out-of-state programs. For our official list of 2008 signees, click here. For 2007-2005 signees, click here.

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The DCTF Recruiting Blog
By Travis Stewart

Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops and Texas Tech coach Mike Leach have long been friends, or at least respectful peers. But Stoops has to be at least grumbling under his breath at how effectively the Red Raiders have recently pillaged the Sooners' recruiting ranks.

Keller Fossil Ridge LB Brandon Mahoney has switched his pledge from Oklahoma to Tech, joining Abilene Cooper's Will Ford and Wichita Falls Rider's Eric Ward as elite talents that have turned down Norman in favor of Lubbock. While Oklahoma picked up Arlington Bowie DE Jarrett Brown, which will ease the sting of losing Mahoney, this is yet another coup for Leach, who has now unquestionably put together his best Signing Day recruiting class in his Texas Tech tenure. But as if Mahoney wasn't enough, the Raiders also picked up Carrollton Newman Smith DE Aundrey Barr and Longview DE Chris Knighton -- those three make up a formidable defensive triumvirate for any DI school, much less one who swayed them all just two days before Signing Day.

Aldine Eisenhower QB Kenny Guiton had an interesting few days last week -- just a short time after a visit to a DII school, Guiton got the call from a very surprising source: Ohio State. Apparently the Buckeyes' top choices all chose elsewhere, and now Guiton is the lucky man to earn an offer. Regardless of whether or not he was Ohio State's first choice, it's still an incredible opportunity. A few other upper-echelon players have made decisions as well, as Westfield WR Ja-Mes Logan has opted for Ole Miss, SA Warren DB Joseph Bonugli has picked Kansas State and Hitchcock DE Michael Sam has settled on Missouri.

BAYLOR SNAGS ANOTHER BIG 12 RIVAL'S RECRUIT (1/30/09)
All's fair in love, war, and apparently recruiting.

For the second time in the last week or so, Baylor has convinced a recruit to drop his commitment from Big 12 brethren and switch to Baylor. Last week, it was Marshall ATH Darius Jones, who changed his mind and rescinded his pledge to OU in favor of Baylor. Thursday, Stratford defensive end Terrance Lloyd jumped the Missouri ship and changed his verbal commitment to the Bears. Lloyd (6-4, 225, 4.7) is a member of DCTF's Texas Top 300, and Rivals.com ranks him among the nation's top 50 weakside defensive ends.
-- Jake Shaw

THREE IN-STATE WRs MAKE THE CALL (1/28/09)
From Texarkana to Grand Prairie to Friendswood, three of the state's best wide receivers were still on the market until today.

South Grand Prairie's Dewayne Peace has settled on Arizona after originally dropping Michigan -- the Wolverines were asking him to play cornerback, but Peace was looking to run at WR, and Arizona gave him that chance. Friendswood's Andre Gautreaux, after an earlier courtship with Wyoming, has chosen Rice -- his versatile talents will be a good fit for an Owls squad looking to fill in some offensive blanks. And Texarkana Texas High's Cobi Hamilton, despite offers from a number of other BCS programs (including UT) has chosen Arkansas -- I guess that's closer to home than an in-state school when you're out in Texarkana.

ROLLISON SETTLES ON AUBURN (1/27/09)
All season long, the eyes of Texas were cast on Lake Travis QB Garrett Gilbert; record-setter, state champ, Messiah. If you have an accolade, it's likely he's heard it. But fast on his heels was Sulphur Springs QB Tyrik Rollison, also a state champ and (in any other year) record-setter. Part of Gilbert's incredible media hype came from his early and decisive commitment to the University of Texas -- the hometown boy providing the face for his hometown school. Rollison, on the other hand, remained a mystery ... until now.

Theoldcoach.rivals.com is reporting that the pocket-passer extraordinaire has given his verbal to Auburn, which not only gives the suddenly Texas-connected Tigers a top-flight signal-caller, but it also gives Rollison a wonderful chance to display the talents that so often went unrecognized in the 2008 season. Like Jason Campbell before him, Rollison (should he live up to expectations) is going to give Auburn a passer with few peers, and even though he can run, his strengths are almost all between the hashes. Cool and collected, Rollison has a strong arm to match and could be the face of that program for some time. The Tigers have incumbent QBs Chris Todd and Kodi Burns already in place, but there's a pretty decent chance Rollison could beat out both of them in summer drills and turn into the full-time starter right away.

Other news:
If Baylor coach Art Briles were a basketball player, I'd want him to have the ball in the fourth quarter every time, because he's rapidly building a reputation as a buzzer-beater.

The Bears have been insanely productive over the past two weeks, and just a few days after adding Lancaster WR Skyler Scott, Marshall ATH Darius Jones and China Spring S Mike Hicks, Briles brought in still more sought-after talent: Wylie ATH Jerod Monk and Houston Lamar WR Josh Gordon. Both were being hotly pursued by at least one other upper-tier program (and Monk was being chased by TCU), and both could contribute heavily to Baylor's blossoming offense; Monk could play a number of positions, but he looks like a good fit at tight end. A quarterback in college, his speed belies his size and he was without question the central cog in Wylie's surprising run to the 5A DII state finals.

In other news, Mansfield Summitt DE Nosa Eguae has finally settled on a college location after dropping Colorado several weeks ago: Auburn. After Frisco Centennial OL Aaron Moore, who just today committed to Iowa State, dropped Auburn a few weeks ago, it looked like the Tigers were going to come up empty handed in Texas. But Eguae's verbal might be just the beginning of a last minute push from new Auburn coach Gene Chizik.

GOOD THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES (1/26/09)
For much of the year, it didn't look like there was a place in college football for a defensive tackle that was barely 5-foot-11. Even if he was the 5A Defensive Player of the Year, Wylie DT Nikita Whitlock looked to be running out of time to find the scholarship he wanted.

But just nine days before national Signing Day (Feb. 4), Whitlock accepted a DI offer at Wake Forest. I'll confess I was unaware the Demon Deacons were even in the running for the diminutive but dominant lineman until about a week ago, but it looks like the Wake Forest recruiting staff pressed all the right buttons to get the 5A first-team all-stater on campus. I've seen Whitlock play in person -- as a matter of fact, I've stood right next to him during pregame -- and even though he's short, he is one heck of a football player. Relentless and smart, Whitlock makes blowing up plays look routine. According to a story published in the Dallas Morning News, Whitlock will move to middle linebacker.

This weekend was also productive for a number of in-state schools; while Texas A&M, Texas and Houston stayed quiet, the other seven programs in Texas all made at least one move. Baylor added China Spring WR Mike Hicks, a versatile offensive/defensive standout in 3A football for years; he'll play safety in Waco. Texas Tech added a former high school standout in Oregon-based Myles Wade, a 2008 Duck commit who failed to qualify and spent the last year in JUCO, and Cibolo Steele OL Matt Goetz. TCU got two verbals, one from Louisiana RB Kenny Cain and another from Morton Ranch ATH Michael Venson -- both could move around and play a number of positions for the Horned Frogs. SMU added a pair of DBs in Venice (Calif.) DB JR McConico and JUCO DB Sterling Moore (Laney CC, Calif.) -- both could challenge for time right away in the Ponies' woeful secondary.

Rice also added a DB, Midwest City's (Okla.) Kevin Gaddis; he'll have a hard time breaking into the rotation with so many young DBs in both this class and last year's. UTEP got two new verbals as well -- Lufkin DE Germad Reed and Colton (Calif.) DB Nat Berhe. The Miners' class is still very small, so UTEP still has quite a bit of work to do before Signing Day. That leaves us with North Texas, which also earned a commitment, Houston North Forest ATH De'Andre Stewart. UNT's defense struggled mightily last year, so this newcomer could get on the field if he excels in the spring.

RECENT WACO LEGEND STAYS IN BIG 12 (1/20/09)
It took almost exactly a year, but Kansas State has secured its first high school recruit from the state of Texas.

Waco Midway RB John Hubert has given his verbal to the Wildcats, who have been after the star runner for quite some time. Despite his size (5-8, 181), Hubert was extremely productive in high school and set the city of Waco's single-season rushing record in 2008; in doing so, he surpassed the numbers put up by current NFL great LaDainian Tomlinson (Waco University). In fact, had things broken differently and Hubert had gotten another game or two to run in, he could've broken the Central Texas record of 2,953, held by Gatesville’s Taurean Henderson.

And just in case you think there's no more big names left on the market this late in the recruiting season, think again: SGP WR Dewayne Peace, Sulphur Springs QB Tyrik Rollison, Austin High WR Emory Blake and Dallas St. Mark's WR Terdema Ussery are all still available.

OK-STATE DOING JUST FINE (1/19/09)
Oklahoma State was a long ways from its normal Texas-based haul at the start of 2009.

It seems like every year the Cowboys and head coach Mike Gundy pull at least eight or nine high schoolers from the Lone Star State; this year, OSU was stuck at five for a long time. But when the Cowboys finally got the ball rolling again, it built momentum quickly. Navasota RB Dexter Pratt, who had been committed to LSU for months, has suddenly and unexpectedly switched his verbal to Oklahoma State, and Navasota coach Lee Fedora said Pratt has now shut it down and is 100% sure the talented running back is going to be a Cowboy. Rumors are flying as to why Pratt dropped LSU so suddenly, but until I can substantiate any of them, I won't bother listing them. For now, this represents a substantial blow to LSU's reputation and a last-second gem for Oklahoma State.

That move on its own would have been significant enough for headline news, but the Cowboys struck again this weekend with Lancaster DB Demontre Hurst, one of the top defensive backs in Texas. Hurst, a versatile athlete who will likely play corner in Stillwater, is good enough to make an immediate impact in Oklahoma State's secondary. With prolific Big 12 passers like Colt McCoy and Sam Bradford both returning to school for the 2009-2010 season, Hurst's involvement could be much-needed.

One of the Dallas area's top talents also gave out a long-awaited verbal this weekend, as Rockwall-Heath RB Kendial Lawrence has chosen Missouri. Lawrence really burst onto the scene this season in guiding Heath all the way to the 4A DII regional finals -- Lawrence was injured in the regional semis and missed the final against Sulphur Springs, and some people have said had he played, it could have been Heath eventually celebrating a state championship rather than Sulphur Springs. In any case, Lawrence has dragged out his recruiting through much of the season, but this late decision takes another top Texas back off the board and gives Missouri an offensive weapon that could go a long ways towards replacing the now-departed Jeremy Maclin (NFL Draft) and Chase Daniel (graduation).

A number of in-state schools made important moves as well, as Texas finally added another commitment -- after months of inactivity -- in Round Rock Stony Point DE Tevin Mims. Mims, like Lawrence, made a name for himself this season with a lengthy playoff run, and he could make an immediate impact in a Longhorns defensive line rotation that is looking for more bodies to replace Roy Miller and Brian Orakpo. Baylor also roped in Lancaster WR Skyler Scott, Texas Tech got Dallas Skyline ATH Jarvis Phillips and Texas A&M unexpectedly won the sweepstakes for former UNT starting QB Giovanni Vizza, who decided to transfer after the end of the '08-'09 season. Though he won't be able to play until 2010, his presence at least gives A&M the quarterback it has long been looking for in its 2009 class.

RECEIVERS MAKING MOVES (1/14/09)
It may be at the 11th hour, but two of the state's premier wide receivers have changed their minds about where they want to play college football.

In a last-second turn of events, Wichita Falls Rider WR Eric Ward has not only switched his commitment from Oklahoma to Texas Tech, but he has already enrolled on Tech's campus -- the whole process took about 24 hours, which is pretty quick considering Ward had been solid with the Sooners since last spring. The move is both a blow to Oklahoma and a windfall for the Red Raiders; Bob Stoops has earned just one other verbal from a true receiver for the 2009 class, and Tech gets the kind of total-package pass-catcher Mike Leach will love.

In other big school news, South Grand Prairie WR Dewayne Peace has suddenly dropped Michigan and reopened his recruiting. From the very beginning, the Wolverines told Peace he could play receiver in Ann Arbor -- it was a big reason why he even gave a verbal there. But as Signing Day drew nearer, Michigan changed its tone, and soon talk of him switching to corner -- something Peace was willing but not wanting to do -- started floating around. When it became clear Michigan had defense in mind for the SGP standout, Peace decided to start looking elsewhere. Both TCU and SMU are supposedly very interested in Peace's skill set.

There's a variety of other moves that are worth noting -- they're detailed below -- but two more that caught my eye were RB Kasey Carrier's (Pearland) verbal to New Mexico and QB Kolby Gray's (Cy Falls) verbal to Pittsburgh. In my mind, both of these guys have something in common -- they're both BCS-quality talents that got moved to the back shelf a bit because of exceptionally deep QB and RB classes this year. They each ended up at good programs -- especially Gray, who is the only QB committed to Pitt for its 2009 class -- but I think they'll end up being better than anyone expected.

DI commitments (HS):
Cordarius Golston, LB, Lancaster: Arizona
Josh Harris, RB, Duncanville: Wake Forest
Matt Hornbuckle, DT, Colleyville Heritage: Buffalo
Jordan Selexman, WR, Arlington Bowie: Louisiana-Monroe
Albert Sparks, DT, Irving MacArthur: Buffalo
Craig Wenrick, TE, Flower Mound: UTEP

DI commitments (JUCO):
Lance Evbuomwan, OL, Bakersfield CC (Redlands, Calif.): UTEP
Lucious Henderson, WR, Navarro JC: Arkansas State

Decommitments and moves (HS):
Nosa Eguae, DE, Mansfield Summitt: Colorado decommit
Keivon Gamble, CB, Dallas Lincoln: SMU (Tulsa decommit)
Brock Wempa, OL, Royse City: Iowa State decommit

HOLIDAY GIFT GIVING (1/3/09)
The new year brought very nice gifts to two programs in need -- LSU and Rice.

The Tigers have finally secured a verbal from long-pursued Texas talent Craig Loston, a standout safety from Aldine Eisenhower and one of the top defenders in the state. A first-team Super Teamer at the beginning of the year, Loston is used to success -- he's been Eisenhower's best player for all of the four year's he's started there, and he excels in almost all aspects of the game. He's great in coverage, is a hard-hitter and is athletic and quick enough to play a little receiver and return kicks. LSU may have had a bit of a down year by its playing standards, but its recruiting class from Texas does not reflect it -- the Tigers will likely sign the state's top DB, a top three defensive end, a top three running back, a top ten offensive lineman and the nation's top athlete. That's quite a haul!

Rice, on the other hand, almost had its New Year's gift dropped straight in its lap -- Michigan RB Sam McGuffie, a former Cy Fair star who will be leaving the Wolverines after just one year in Ann Arbor. McGuffie will have to sit out the 2009 season per NCAA transfer rules, but he will return in 2010 as a true sophomore and should make an immediate impact with the Owls. A very dangerous runner and one of the most productive backs in recent Texas high school memory, McGuffie is the kind of player that instantly makes a recruiting class worth national mention.

A&M ADDS A CLASS-MAKER (12/29/08)All season long, A&M's 2009 recruiting class was solid. Not spectacular, but large and diverse enough to probably qualify the effort for a top 20 to 25 placement in the national recruiting class rankings. But today it added a member that might catapult it far higher.

It what is unquestionably the biggest recruiting move by the Aggies in the past calendar year, Texas A&M has landed a verbal from Beaumont West Brook RB Christine Michael, who is rated by Rivals.com as a rare "five-star" prospect. One of the top runners in the nation, Michael seems to have leapfrogged fellow Texas RB stars Dexter Pratt (Navasota, LSU) and Chris Whaley (Madisonville, UT) in the eyes of talent scouts since the beginning of the season. While this pickup definitely adds a sparkle to the Aggies' 2009 class, it won't be without controversy. A&M is already sporting a crowded backfield, and even though senior-to-be Mike Goodson isn't expected to return for his final season, the Aggies still have DeSoto product Cyrus Gray, who will be a true sophomore in 2009, and Valley product Bradley Stephens. There won't be enough carries to go around, especially considering A&M is saying it's going to build its offense around young Michael.

Other moves:
Taylor McHargue, QB, Cedar Park Vista Ridge: Houston (Iowa State decommit)
Phillip Gaines, CB, Converse Judson: Rice

NATION'S TOP DEFENDER NOW A SOONER (12/25/08)
If you're a young defensive tackle in Texas, you might not know it, but you're headed to Oklahoma. At least the trend says so.

In recent years, the best defensive tackles in Texas have bolted for OU. Tommy Harris (Killeen Ellison), now playing for the Chicago Bears, signed with OU in 2001, followed by DeMarcus Granger (Dallas Kimball) in 2005. Both were considered the top defensive players in the state.

Now, it's the turn of Lufkin's Jamarkus McFarland, considered the top defensive prospect in the nation. McFarland committed to OU early Christmas morning, choosing the Sooners over UT and LSU (and a late push from USC). We could tell you all about MCFarland and his recruitment, but the New York Times released a telling story chronicling McFarland and his mother's decision process.

PLANO RBs PICK DESTINATIONS (12/24/08)
All season long, two Plano-area running backs have quietly watched the rest of the state's top talents hand out their verbals with confidence. But only now, after four complete years on a high school football field, have Plano RB Rex Burkhead and Plano East FB Toben Opurum actually made up their own minds -- and they're both headed to the Big 12 North.

Burkhead, one of the Metroplex's most celebrated talents and a player that, among others, will be covered in DCTF's upcoming 2009 Winter Book magazine, has chosen Nebraska -- his verbal is just another addition to the Huskers' amazing Texas-based 2009 haul. In a few years, Nebraska could sport an offense with Dayton's Cody Green at QB, Burkhead at RB, Euless Trinity FB Tray Robinson at FB and Keller's Nick Ash and Denton Guyer's Jesse Coffey providing protection on the offensive line. And that's not even counting the defense!

As for Opurum, the big-bodied fullback has picked Kansas. Again, this gives another out-of-state school the potential for big production from Texas prepsters -- Opurum could share the backfield with Arlington Bowie's Christian Matthews while the defense could start a secondary containing Cedar Park Vista Ridge's Tyler Patmon, Arlington Bowie's Dexter Linton and Euless Trinity's Prinz Kande. If these Lone Star state studs turn out half as well for the Big 12 North as their comrades have been for the Big 12 South, things are going to get very interesting in the nation's most competitive conference.

Here's a list of other recently committed DI players from Texas:

DI commitments (HS):
Chevy Bennett, FS, Garland Sachse: UNT
Jared Biard, OL, Clear Creek: Colorado State
CJ Broadus, S, Texarkana Pleasant Grove: Louisiana Tech
Rex Burkhead, RB, Plano: Nebraska
Demarkus Chambliss, S, South Houston: Army
Chance Casey, ATH, Crosby: Baylor
Romario Cathey, DT, Maplewood (Nashville, TN): Texas Tech
Cody Davis, DT, Klein Oak: Purdue
Randall Dent, DE, South Grand Prairie: Kansas
IK Enemkpali, LB, Pflugerville: Louisiana Tech
Roderick Goodlow, S, Dallas Adamson: Northwestern
Andrew Green, CB, SA Madison: Nebraska
Princeton Jackson, LB, Cy Ridge: Iowa State
Stansly Maponga, DE, Hebron: TCU
Derrick Mays, WR, Shoemaker: UTEP
Chris McCallister, LB, Converse Judson: Baylor
Spencer Nealy, DE, SA Reagan: Texas A&M
Toben Opurum, RB, Plano East: Kansas
Daniel Prior, LB, Henderson: UNT
Derrick Rainey, ATH, Houston Northbrook: Arizona
Weston Richburg, OL, Bushland: Colorado State
Daniel Salinas, LB, North Shore: Fresno State
Victor Spikes, ATH, Fort Bend Marshall: Utah
Darious Thomas, CB Cedar Hill: Wisconsin
Jacoby Thomas, DE, Texas High: Kansas
Matthew Tucker, ATH, Tyler Chapel Hill: TCU
Siosaia Tuipulotu, DT, Euless Trinity: Utah
Justin Washington, DE, Cy Woods: Arizona
Kendrell Washington, ATH, Brenham: Tulane
Kendrick Washington, CB, Brenham: Tulane
Brock Wempa, OL, Royse City: Iowa State
Kevin White, DE, Garland: Louisiana-Monroe
Devin Williams, DE, Katy Cinco Ranch: Tulane

DI commitments (JUCO):
Rodney Bradley, WR, Navarro: Hawai'i (signed)
Terrance Cain, QB, Blinn: Utah
Byron Landor, S, Blinn: Baylor
C.J. Parish, LB, Blinn: Arizona
Calvin Rubles, CB, Tyler: Kansas
Zack Spears, OT, Trinity Valley: Iowa State
Travis Stephens, DT, Blinn: Kansas
Ryan Taylor, OL, Tyler: UCLA
Zhamal Thomas, OL, Navarro: Arkansas

Decommitments and moves (HS):
Bryce Petty, QB, Midlothian: Decommit from Tennessee
Jarek Lancaster, ATH, SA O'Connor: Stanford (Rice decommit)
Rico Forbes, DE, Houston St. Pius X: Baylor (Texas A&M decommit)
Shavodrick Beaver, QB, Wichita Falls Rider: Tulsa (Michigan decommit)
Justin Harris, RB, Duncanville: Decommit from Wake Forest
Charlie Moore, ATH, Bullard: Oklahoma State (Louisiana-Monroe decommit)

Decommitments and moves (JUCO):
Travis Cobb, WR, Blinn: Arizona (Utah decommit)

2010 DI commitments (HS):
Xavier Brown, RB, Pearland Dawson: Houston


Here's the most recent list of committed players from the class of 2009. Players in red have highlight videos click on their name to view. If you have an update, please e-mail us.

PlayerHT, WT40Pos.High School
BAYLOR BEARS 2009 PLEDGES (27 pledges)
Philip Blake6-4, 305N/AOLTyler JC
Chance Casey5-11, 1654.4ATHCrosby
Denerick Demby6-1, 1854.56SSpring Westfield
Tevin Elliot6-3, 2054.6LBMount Pleasant
Rico Forbes6-5, 2704.7DEHouston St. Pius X
Marquis Franklin6-7, 318N/AOLBlinn CC
Josh Gordon6-4, 2114.5WRHouston Lamar
Deantre Harlan6-4, 240N/AATHEverman
Mike Hicks5-10, 1754.4WR/SChina Spring
Stefan Huber6-4, 2755.2OLNederland
Willie Jefferson6-6, 2004.5WRBeaumont Ozen
Darius Jones6-0, 1854.41ATHMarshall
Byron Landor6-1, 2084.5SBlinn CC
Terrence Lloyd6-4, 2254.7DEHouston Stratford
Glasco Martin6-1, 1964.48WRRound Rock Stony Point
LaQuince McCall6-2, 2004.5SSSan Antonio Reagan
Chris McCallister6-2, 2154.6LBConverse Judson
Jerod Monk6-5, 2304.7ATHWylie
Anthony Moore6-2, 1904.5SConverse Judson
Kevin Palmer6-4, 250N/ADTDallas Adamson
Bryce Petty6-3, 2054.8QBMidlothian
Tevin Reese6-0, 1604.48WRTemple
Cyril Richardson6-6, 305N/AOTNorth Crowley
Jeramie Roberts6-4, 3065.2OLSouth Garland
Skyler Scott6-3, 1904.6WRLancaster
Brody Trahan6-0, 2104.6QB/ATHDickinson
Ivory Wade6-3, 3055.4OLDickinson
SIGNED LETTER OF INTENT
Danny Watkins6-5, 2905.0OLButte CC (Oroville, CA)
HOUSTON COUGARS 2009 PLEDGES (20 pledges)
George Bamfo5-11, 2004.5LBRockwall-Heath
Thomas Bates5-11, 1804.45DBBaytown Lee
Tyrone Campbell6-2, 270N/AOL/DLChannelview
Tyler Chambers6-4, 230N/ATESA MacArthur
Ty Cloud6-4, 2855.3OLFlower Mound Marcus
A.J. Dugat5-10, 1904.5WRDayton
Keenan Flax6-5, 2705.2OLCypress Ridge
Kevin Forsch6-4, 3005.4OLKlein Oak
Drew Hollingshead6-4, 1954.8QBRockwall-Heath
Darryl Jackson, Jr.6-4, 290N/ADLHouston Yates
Kelvin King6-1, 2254.75LBAlief Taylor
Jeffery Lewis5-9, 1804.5RBHouston Madison
Ralph Oragwu6-4, 260N/AOLFB Marshall
Jared Pickett5-9, 180N/AATHFB Marshall
Steven Robertson6-2, 2254.6LBCleveland
Radermon Scypion6-4, 2304.8DLPA Memorial
Charles Sims6-0, 1854.35RBHouston Westbury
DeAnthony Sims6-3, 300N/ADLHouston Westbury
Phillip Steward6-1, 203N/ALBFort Bend Hightower
Broderick Thomas, Jr.6-3, 180N/AATHHouston Madison
SIGNED LETTER OF INTENT
Jacky Candy5-11, 1954.5DBCoffeyville CC (Coffeyville, KS)
Jarve Dean6-2, 320N/AOLCoffeyville CC (Coffeyville, KS)
Roy Watts6-6, 3005.3OLNavarro JC (Houston Worthing)
NORTH TEXAS MEAN GREEN 2009 PLEDGES (15 pledges)
Shavod Atkinson6-2, 300N/ADTIndependence CC (KAN)
Will Atterberry5-11, 170N/AKLewisville
Chevy Bennett6-1, 1824.5SGarland Sachse
Ryan Boutwell6-3, 2304.9DEChina Spring
Darius Carey5-10, 1784.5ATHHelen Cox (Harvey, Louis.)
Austin Fitzpatrick6-3, 2154.61TEFriendswood
Hilbert Jackson6-0, 180N/ACBRowlett
Kelvin Jackson6-2, 320N/ADTItawamba CC (Fulton, Miss.)
Daniel Mayberry6-0, 1814.5WRDallas Smith
John Noble6-6, 2885.2OLRockwall
Daniel Prior6-2, 2204.8LBHenderson
De'Andre Stewart5-11, 1854.5ATHHouston North Forest
Derek Thompson6-3, 2154.7QBGlen Rose
John Weber6-3, 265N/ADEItawamba CC (Fulton, Miss.)
Kyle White6-2, 3185.2DTMcDonogh 35 (New Orleans, Louis.)
SIGNED LETTER OF INTENT
Jeremy Bean6-5, 310N/AOLNortheastern Oklahoma A&M (Miami, OK)
Jamaal Jackson5-11, 170N/AWRSouthwest Mississippi CC
Mike Outlaw5-11, 190N/AWREast Mississippi CC (Scooba, MS)
Ira Smith5-11, 1804.4DBGulf Coast CC (Perkinston, MS)
RICE OWLS 2009 PLEDGES (24 pledges)
Tolu Akinwumi6-1, 2004.48ATHBrampton (Ontario, Canada)
Cody Bauer6-4, 2304.8DEPottsboro
Chris Boswell6-3, 180N/AKKeller Fossil Ridge
Andre Brackens5-9, 1854.5CBParish Episcopal
Trey Briggs6-1, 2104.5LBJersey Village
Alex Francis5-8, 1604.4DBFort Bend Hightower
Corey Frazier6-1, 175N/ADBEden Prairie (MINN)
Kevin Gaddis5-9, 168N/ACBMidwest City (Midwest City, Okla.)
Phillip Gaines6-0, 1654.5CBConverse Judson
Andre Gautreaux6-0, 1744.49WRFriendswood
Nic Hammett6-4, 2254.6LBRockdale
John Hodde6-7, 2855.5OLBurton
Broderick Jackson5-11, 2034.5SKirbyville
Bobby Janisch6-6, 3055.4OLJersey Village
Alex Lowry6-2, 2905.1OLCaddo Mills
Sam McGuffie5-11, 1854.3RBMichigan/Cy Fair (transfer)
Taylor McHargue6-2, 1904.5QBCedar Park Vista Ridge
Donte Moore5-10, 1604.5WRManor
Turner Petersen6-2, 1904.6LBHeritage Hall (Oklahoma City, OK)
Paul Porras6-2, 1754.46SSaguaro (Scottsdale, AZ)
Charles Ross6-0, 2004.48ATHSchertz Clemens
Hosam Shahin6-4, 2554.465.0Richmond (British Columbia, Canada)
Cade Shaw6-5, 2805.4OLCC Calallen
Josh Skinner6-4, 2204.9DESilsbee
SMU MUSTANGS 2009 PLEDGES (27 pledges)
Chris Atchison6-3, 2805.1OLDeSoto
Byron Brown5-11, 1984.43LBMinden (Minden, Louis.)
Ryan Clark6-1, 1954.5DBNavarro CC
Bryan Collins6-3, 2604.9OLKeller
Beck Coulter6-1, 2404.58LBPago Pago (Oklahoma)
Ja'Gared Davis6-1, 199N/AATHCrockett
Jordan Favreau6-3, 2454.8OLCoppell
Joey Fontana6-3, 2905.0OLBrother Martin (New Orleans, LA)
Aron Franklin6-2, 1854.5WRGoliad
Chris Frazier6-2, 2054.7QBDallas Skyline
Marquis Frazier6-4, 280N/ADLNavarro CC/Garland
Keivon Gamble5-10, 165N/ACBDallas Lincoln
Brandon Henderson6-2, 2354.7DLAbilene Cooper
Ben Hughes6-4, 2505.2OCFB Austin
Darius Johnson5-9, 1754.4WRFB Hightower
Chayse Joubert6-1, 1854.3WRDuncanville
Mike Loftus6-2, 190N/AKAnaheim Servite (Calif.)
JR McConico5-10, 1754.5CBVenice (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Deonte McDade5-10, 1704.4ATHEnnis
Shawnbrey McNeal5-11, 190N/ARBMiami/Dallas Madison (transfer)
Christian Miller6-5, 2955.5OLAledo
Sterling Moore5-10, 198N/ACBLaney CC (Oakland, Calif.)
Kyle Padron6-4, 2154.6QBSouthlake Carroll
Taylor Reed6-1, 2054.6LBBeaumont West Brook
James Scott6-2, 180N/ADBHouston Strake Jesuit
K.J. Vaifale5-10, 1954.5DBCorona (Calif.)
Braylon Williams6-4, 2304.9DE/TEWest Rusk
TCU HORNED FROGS 2009 PLEDGES (19 pledges)
Josh Boyce5-11, 1854.5WRCopperas Cove
Tanner Brock6-3, 2154.7LBCopperas Cove
Ray Burns6-1, 290DTMaud
Kenny Cain6-1, 2004.6RBJohn Curtis (River Ridge, Louis.)
James Dunbar6-6, 2904.79DEMaud
Ty Horn6-5, 270N/AOLWaco Midway
Bryant House6-4, 2654.9DEMaud
Justin Isadore5-10, 2004.6LBBeaumont Ozen
Waymon James5-9, 2054.41RBSherman
Stansly Maponga6-2, 2454.8DEHebron
Casey Pachall6-4, 1824.65QBBrownwood
Eric Tausch6-3, 2855.25OLDallas Jesuit
Trenton Thomas5-11, 1934.49SBrenham
Jurell Thompson5-11, 1904.5ATHWF Rider
Matthew Tucker6-1, 2154.45ATHTyler Chapel Hill
Michael Venson5-10, 1704.42ATHKaty Morton Ranch
Malcolm Williams5-11, 2054.48DBTrinity Valley CC (South Grand Prairie)
John Wooldridge6-5, 280N/AOLBellaire Episcopal
D.J. Yendrey6-3, 2384.7DEEdna
TEXAS LONGHORNS 2009 PLEDGES (21 pledges)
Tariq Allen6-2, 2304.63LBIrving Macarthur
Thomas Ashcraft6-5, 280N/AOLCedar Hill
Eryon Barnett6-2, 1804.5DBEuless Trinity
Marcus Davis6-0, 1804.5DBLeague City Clear Creek
Garrett Gilbert6-3, 1854.8QBLake Travis
Marquise Goodwin (track scholarship)5-10, 1704.4WRRowlett
Trey Graham6-5, 2304.6TEWaco Midway
Calvin Howell6-4, 2804.9DTSA Warren
Derek Johnson6-3, 2905.0DLHoxie, Ark.
Dominique Jones6-3, 2304.7DEKilgore
Paden Kelley6-6, 2855.1OLAustin Lake Travis
Kyle Kriegel6-5, 2354.8DEElysian Fields
Barrett Matthews6-3, 2304.6ATHGalena Park North Shore
Tevin Mims6-4, 2424.78ATHRound Rock Stony Point
Patrick Nkwopara5-11, 1954.54LB/DBSouth Grand Prairie
Alex Okafor6-5, 2304.6DEPflugerville
Garrett Porter6-3, 2945.2OLOdessa Permian
Greg Timmons6-3, 194N/AWRAldine Eisenhower
Kenny Vaccaro6-1, 185N/ADBEarly
Mason Walters6-6, 2905.0OLWolfforth Frenship
Chris Whaley6-3, 2154.4RBMadisonville
TEXAS A&M 2009 PLEDGES (28 pledges)
Aaron Arterburn6-2, 2254.6LB/TERockwall
Stephen Barrera6-5, 2754.9OL/DLHouston Clear Lake
Steven Campbell6-0, 1804.5SJersey Village
Kirby Ennis6-4, 2404.7DEHuntsville
Desmond Gardiner5-11, 1704.4CBPA Memorial
Kalvin Guyton5-10, 1954.4RBHouston Lamar
Dustin Harris6-2, 1754.55ATHLivingston
Chris Henderson6-3, 2704.85DLDallas Carter
Brandal Jackson6-1, 1754.5WRNavasota
Malcom Johnson6-2, 2104.6LBKlein Collins
Coryell Judie5-11, 190N/ADBFort Scott CC (Kansas)/Marlin
Michael Lamothe6-3, 2154.65LBNew Iberia (La.)
Patrick Lewis6-2, 2935.3OLLa Place (La.) East St. John
Kenric McNeal6-1, 1704.4ATHSpring
Christine Michael5-11, 1954.5RBBeaumont West Brook
Clint Naron6-6, 290N/AOLKlein Oak
Spencer Nealy6-4, 2454.7DESA Reagan
Uzoma Nwachukwu6-0, 1754.48WRAllen
Sean Porter6-2, 2004.6LBSchertz Clemens
Hutson Prioleau6-5, 2454.7TEFW All Saints
Rhontae Scales6-5, 3005.1OLKilleen
Jonathan Stewart6-4, 2214.6LBShreveport (La.) Byrd
Ryan Swope6-1, 2004.41RB/ATHAustin Westlake
Steven Terrell5-11, 1754.4DBAllen
Charlie Thomas6-1, 1954.45DB/RBBeaumont Central
Colton Valencia6-0, 1854.49DBFB Hightower
Giovanni Vizza6-1, 195N/AQBNorth Texas/SA Alamo Heights (transfer)
Andrew Weaver6-2, 2154.8DEWaco
TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS 2009 PLEDGES (25 pledges)
Aundrey Barr6-3, 225N/ADECarrollton Newman Smith
Terrence Bullitt6-3, 1804.6DBGarland Naaman Forest
Romario Cathey6-3, 275N/ADTMaplewood (Nashville, TN)
E.J. Celestie5-10, 1734.42RB/WRBarbe HS (Lake Charles, LA)
Dion Chidozie6-1, 190N/ALBDallas Bishop Lynch
Kyle Clark6-5, 2704.9OLDenton Guyer
Daniel Cobb6-1, 1954.6DBKilleen Ellison
Aaron Fisher6-3, 175N/AWRKeller Fossil Ridge
Will Ford6-1, 190N/ASAbilene Cooper
Matt Goetz6-4, 2705.1OLCibolo Steele
Joel Gray6-6, 2835.3OLHebron
Kerry Hyder6-4, 2354.6DEAustin LBJ
D.J. Johnson6-1, 1804.5DBAustin St. Stephens
Jacob Karam6-2, 2054.6QBFriendswood
Chris Knighton6-2, 240N/ADELongview
Brandon Mahoney6-2, 210N/ALBKeller Fossil Ridge
Derrick Mays6-0, 1704.4WRKilleen Shoemaker
Jarvis Phillips6-0, 1854.4ATHDallas Skyline
Trevor Reilly6-6, 220N/ADESan Diego
James Scott6-3, 2204.6ATHColdspring-Oakhurst
Eric Stephens5-11, 2004.38RBMansfield Timberview
LaAdrian Waddle6-6, 3155.4OLColumbus
Myles Wade6-2, 3115.0DTArizona Western CC (Tuma, Ariz.)
Eric Ward5-11, 1904.5WRWichita Falls Rider
Yahshua Williams6-3, 1854.5SDenton Ryan
UTEP MINERS 2009 PLEDGES (16 pledges)
Adam Ayala6-5, 2534.9DTHuntsville
Brander Craighead6-6, 2654.9OLFork Union Military Academy (Fork Union, Virg.)
James Davidson6-3, 1954.5DBHuntsville
Lance Evbuomwan6-4, 275N/AOLBakersfield CC (Bakersfield, Calif.)
Wayne Frazier6-5, 3005.3OLRefugio
Keldon Hampton6-0, 210N/AATHDallas Kimball
Justin Hickman6-3, 2304.5LBCollege of DuPage (Glen Ellyn, IL)
Andy McCloud6-2, 178N/AQBThe Woodlands
Marlon McClure5-9, 1704.42ATHTenaha
Brandon Miller6-3, 195N/ADBBakersfield CC (Bakersfield, Calif.)
Leilyon Myers6-0, 210N/AUBPalomar CC (San Marcos, Calif.)
Hunter Nix6-2, 2054.73ATHProsper
Garrette Nunn5-11, 220N/ARBBellville
Germad Reed6-2, 2354.8DELufkin
Richard Spencer6-1, 188N/ASRancho Verde (Moreno Valley, Calif.)
Jerel Watkins6-3, 260N/AOTChannelview
Craig Wenrick6-5, 2304.75TEFlower Mound

Texas prospects that have given verbal commitments to out-of-state colleges:

PlayerHT, WT40Pos.High School
AIR FORCE FALCONS 2009 PLEDGES
Loyd Bradley5-9, 1754.7DBMansfield Summit
James Chambers5-11, 2224.67LBWichita Falls Rider
Drew Coleman5-10, 1654.4WRCedar Park Vista Ridge
Brian Corcoran5-11, 2104.5LBKlein Oak
Richard Stevens6-2, 220N/ALBBishop Lynch
ARIZONA WILDCATS 2009 PLEDGES
Travis Cobb6-0, 1784.4WRBlinn CC
Nick Foles6-5, 235N/AQBMichigan State/Austin Westlake (transfer)
Cordarius Golston6-1, 1954.7LBLancaster
Richard Morrison6-1, 1724.45QBRoyse City
C.J. Parish6-2, 2384.5LBBlinn CC
Dewayne Peace6-0, 1774.53WRSouth Grand Prairie
Derrick Rainey6-1, 1854.4ATHHouston Northbrook
Justin Washington6-3, 2604.9DECy Woods
ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS 2009 PLEDGES
Ryan Calender6-7, 220N/ATE/DECaddo Mills
Knile Davis6-0, 2054.5RBFB Marshall
Cobi Hamilton6-3, 1904.56WRTexarkana Texas High
Austin Moss6-3, 2184.6LBRockwall-Heath
Colton Nash6-6, 2404.8DESulphur Springs
Ross Rasner6-1, 2004.55LB/RBWaco Reicher
Travis Swanson6-5, 2755.2OTKingwood
SIGNED LETTER OF INTENT
Zhamal Thomas6-4, 3155.0OLNavarro JC
ARKANSAS STATE RED WOLVES 2009 PLEDGES
Lucious Henderson5-11, 180N/AWRNavarro JC
ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS 2009 PLEDGES
Loren Baker6-1, 265N/ADTThe Woodlands
Lyle Beloney6-0, 1854.48SKaty Seven Lakes
Demarkus Chambliss6-0, 1954.6SSouth Houston
Kyle Gillam6-2, 2605.1OLLumberton
AUBURN TIGERS 2009 PLEDGES
Nosa Eguae6-3, 234N/ADEMansfield Summitt
Tyrik Rollison6-2, 1754.6QBSulphur Springs
BOISE STATE 2009 PLEDGES
Aaron Burks6-2, 1804.5WRMansfield Timberview
Quaylon Ewing6-2, 1804.5DBSugar Land Kempner
BUFFALO BULLS 2009 PLEDGES
Matt Hornbuckle6-1, 265N/ADTColleyville Heritage
Albert Sparks6-3, 3265.2DTIrving MacArthur
BYU COUGARS 2009 PLEDGES
Fono Vakalahi6-4, 3405.5OLBryan
CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS 2009 PLEDGES
Jarred Price5-11, 220N/ALBBlinn CC (Dallas Madison)
Steve Williams5-10, 1704.4CBDallas Skyline
COLORADO BUFFALOES 2009 PLEDGES
Nate Bonsu6-2, 265N/ADTAllen
Jarrod Darden6-5, 2084.6WRKeller Central
COLORADO STATE RAMS 2009 PLEDGES
Jared Biard6-7, 2805.4OLClear Creek
Lou Greenwood6-1, 1744.5RBConroe
Brandon Haynes6-3, 2955.2OLDallas Jesuit
Weston Richburg6-4, 260N/AOLBushland
Andrew Taylor5-10, 1654.5CBDallas Lincoln
CONNECTICUT HUSKIES 2009 PLEDGES
Joseph Williams6-3, 2874.96OLStrake Jesuit
FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES 2009 PLEDGES
Dustin Hopkins6-2, 1804.7KClear Lake
Will Secord6-2, 2054.66QBFrisco Wakeland
FRESNO STATE BULLDOGS 2009 PLEDGES
Terrance Kindle6-3, 210N/ADEGalena Park North Shore
Daniel Salinas6-0, 205N/ALBGalena Park North Shore
GEORGIA TECH YELLOW JACKETS 2009 PLEDGES
Jeremy Moore6-3, 1804.4WRAustin LBJ
HAWAI'I RAINBOW WARRIORS 2009 PLEDGES
SIGNED LETTER OF INTENT
Rodney Bradley6-1, 1904.5WRNavarro JC
Melvin Hopkins5-10, 1654.4DBNavarro JC
IDAHO VANDALS 2009 PLEDGES
Michael Terry6-1, 2104.6ATHAngleton
IOWA STATE CYCLONES 2009 PLEDGES
Keith Blanton6-0, 1904.4WRGarland
Princeton Jackson6-1, 210N/ALBCy Ridge
Aaron Moore6-5, 2554.89OLFrisco Centennial
Jeremy Reeves5-7, 170N/ACBAllen
James White5-9, 1704.4ATHDallas Skyline
SIGNED LETTER OF INTENT
Zack Spears6-7, 320N/AOTTrinity Valley CC
KANSAS JAYHAWKS 2009 PLEDGES
D.J. Beshears5-10, 1754.5WRDenton Ryan
Randall Dent6-4, 2564.9DESouth Grand Prairie
Prinz Kande6-0, 1854.51DBEuless Trinity
Dexter Linton6-0, 1904.4DBArlington Bowie
Christian Matthews6-3, 1904.5QBArlington Bowie
Chris Omigie6-5, 1854.4WRArlington Martin
Toben Opurum6-2, 2304.5FBPlano East
Tyler Patmon5-11, 180N/ADBCedar Park Vista Ridge
Calvin Rubles6-2, 1804.4CBTyler JC
Travis Stephens6-3, 2654.6DTBlinn CC
Jacoby Thomas6-3, 2234.7DETexas High
KANSAS STATE WILDCATS 2009 PLEDGES
Joseph Bonugli6-0, 1954.5SSA Warren
Thomas Ferguson6-1, 2054.5CBSouth Grand Prairie
John Hubert5-8, 1814.4RBWaco Midway
KENTUCKY WILDCATS 2009 PLEDGES
Anthony Kendrick6-3, 2204.6WRKaty Seven Lakes
Ryan Mosby6-0, 1974.5LBRockwall-Heath
Ryan Mossakowski6-4, 2054.8QBFrisco Centennial
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE RAGIN' CAJUNS 2009 PLEDGES
Daniel Lamelle6-3, 2605.2OGBeaumont Ozen
LOUISIANA-MONROE WARHAWKS 2009 PLEDGES
Chad Brown6-4, 236N/ADEGarland
Kolton Browning6-3, 1804.6QBMabank
Nick Hawkins6-4, 250N/AOLCarrollton Newman Smith
Andrew Russell6-3, 2855.3OLRichardson
Jordan Selexman6-2, 1804.5WRArlington Bowie
Tristain Warren6-3, 1804.5ATHBrownsboro
Monterell Washington5-10, 175N/ARBBryan
Brock Wempa6-3, 2815.0OLRoyse City
Kevin White6-2, 250N/ADEGarland
LOUISIANA TECH BULLDOGS 2009 PLEDGES
C.J. Broadus6-1, 1954.5STexarkana Pleasant Grove
Sharman Brown6-0, 1804.48WRMansfield Timberview
Vince Cano6-2, 2855.0OLKilgore
I.K. Enemkpali6-0, 1954.5LBPflugerville
Matt Nelson5-10, 150N/AKCibolo Steele
D.J. Morrow5-10, 1904.6RBPalestine Westwood
Doak Raulston6-2, 1904.6QBFW All Saints
Matt Sheppard6-3, 2955.4OCMarshall
Andre Taylor6-5, 2254.6TERound Rock
LOUISVILLE CARDINALS 2009 PLEDGES
Zed Evans6-1, 1954.5DBDallas Seagoville
LSU TIGERS 2009 PLEDGES
Michael Brockers6-6, 2604.7DEHouston Chavez
Craig Loston6-3, 2104.4DBAldine Eisenhower
Stavion Lowe6-6, 2945.3OLBrownwood
Russell Shepard6-2, 1834.4QB/ATHCypress Ridge
MEMPHIS TIGERS 2009 PLEDGES
SIGNED LETTER OF INTENT
Brad Paul6-4, 2855.1OCBlinn CC
MIAMI (FLA.) HURRICANES 2009 PLEDGES
A.J. Highsmith6-1, 180N/AQB/ATHFort Bend Hightower
MINNESOTA GOPHERS 2009 PLEDGES
Hasan Lipscomb5-11, 2004.38RBCy Ridge
Kerry Lewis5-9, 1784.5CBLancaster
Joey Searcy6-1, 276N/ADTSouth Grand Prairie
MISSOURI TIGERS 2009 PLEDGES
Tavon Bolden6-2, 2004.5SAldine
Donavan Bonner6-2, 2154.6FSDallas Spruce
Brayden Burnett6-4, 2504.7DESouthlake Carroll
Marvin Foster6-2, 2574.8DENorth Crowley
Kendial Lawrence5-10, 1804.4RBRockwall-Heath
Michael Sam6-3, 2224.6DEHitchcock
Matt White6-2, 1804.5CBKeller
NAVY MIDSHIPMEN 2009 PLEDGES
Kenneth Cluley5-11, 1954.55ATHWaco Reicher
Kelvin Jackson6-2, 240N/AOLFB Hightower
Jarred Mack5-10, 2034.54RBClear Lake
Reginald Reed5-10, 1774.57DBDallas Skyline
Colin Renton6-1, 2004.69LBThe Woodlands
Bo Snelson5-9, 180N/ARBPasadena Memorial
Jonathan Wev5-10, 190N/ADBLaMarque
NEBRASKA CORNHUSKERS 2009 PLEDGES
Nick Ash6-5, 2755.1OLKeller
Rex Burkhead5-11, 1904.5RBPlano
Jess Coffey6-7, 2705.3OLDenton Guyer
Aaron Green6-0, 1814.5CBSA Madison
Cody Green6-4, 2204.6QBDayton
Thaddeus Randle6-1, 265N/ADLGalena Park North Shore
Tray Robinson6-0, 2054.57RBEuless Trinity
Chris Williams6-1, 2204.52LBAbilene
NEW MEXICO LOBOS 2009 PLEDGES
Kasey Carrier5-9, 1754.5RBPearland
Jacori Greer6-3, 2204.9DECarrollton Newman Smith
J.V. Mason6-5, 275N/AOLGarland Naaman Forest
Matt McBain6-3, 255N/ADTEl Paso Burges
Adam Watson5-10, 1654.47WRSpring Westfield
NEW MEXICO STATE AGGIES 2009 PLEDGES
Robert Clay5-10, 1834.43RBNew Braunfels Canyon
Marquese Dunn6-2, 2054.7ATHPflugerville Hendrickson
Jake Swenson6-6, 305N/AOLEl Paso Montwood
NORTH CAROLINA TAR HEELS 2009 PLEDGES
Prizell Brown6-4, 2584.65TEBlinn CC
NORTHERN ILLINOIS HUSKIES 2009 PLEDGES
Anthony Johnson6-3, 1804.49WRSA Warren
Martel Moore6-1, 1854.42WRSA Warren
NORTHWESTERN WILDCATS 2009 PLEDGES
Roderick Goodlow6-2, 2004.6SDallas Adamson
NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH 2009 PLEDGES
Nick Tausch6-1, 175N/AKDallas Jesuit
OHIO STATE BUCKEYES 2009 PLEDGES
Kenny Guiton6-2, 1784.7QBAldine Eisenhower
OKLAHOMA SOONERS 2009 PLEDGES
Josh Alandenoye6-6, 3205.3OLNorth Mesquite
Drew Allen6-5, 1904.6QBAlamo Heights
Kevin Brent6-0, 2054.4SDallas SOC
Jarrett Brown6-4, 2424.7DEArlington Bowie
Terry Franklin6-4, 2104.6DLMansfield Legacy
Demontre Hurst5-11, 1704.5DBLancaster
Jamarkus McFarland6-3, 2804.9DTLufkin
Jonathan Miller6-0, 1804.6RBGarland Naaman Forest
Jaz Reynolds6-4, 2004.4WRAldine Eisenhower
Marcus Trice5-8, 1674.5CBMesquite
Steve Williams5-10, 1604.4DBDallas Skyline
Tom Wort6-1, 2104.42LBNew Braunfels
OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS 2009 PLEDGES
Michael Harrison6-2, 1914.6WRDallas Hillcrest
Andrew Hudson6-5, 2304.8DEBushland
Andrae May6-1, 170N/ADBGalena Park North Shore
Joe Mitchell6-4, 2254.6ATHKaty Morton Ranch
Charlie Moore6-4, 1954.5ATHBullard
Dexter Pratt6-2, 2204.48RB/ATHNavasota
SIGNED LETTER OF INTENT
Anthony Morgan6-4, 3255.3OLNavarro JC (Lancaster)
OLE MISS REBELS 2009 PLEDGES
Michael Brown6-6, 3125.3OLLexington
Dele Junaid6-2, 177N/ADBFort Bend Hightower
Ja-Mes Logan6-3, 1804.44WRSpring Westfield
OREGON STATE BEAVERS 2009 PLEDGES
Ashton Jefferson6-2, 1954.45ATHAlvin
PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS 2009 PLEDGES
Anthony Fera6-3, 230N/AKHouston St. Pius X
PITTSBURGH PANTHERS 2009 PLEDGES
Kolby Gray6-2, 1904.5QBCy Falls
PURDUE BOILERMAKERS 2009 PLEDGES
Cody Davis6-3, 255N/ADTKlein Oak
SAN DIEGO STATE AZTECS 2009 PLEDGES
Anthony Miller6-0, 2204.46RBDallas Carter
SOUTHERN MISS GOLDEN EAGLES 2009 PLEDGES
Justin Jordan5-11, 1904.41WRBlinn CC (Plano)
Ed Preston6-4, 2875.2OLDickinson
STANFORD CARDINAL 2009 PLEDGES
Jarek Lancaster6-2, 2054.6QB/S/LBSA O'Connor
Josh Mauro6-6, 2104.7DEHurst L.D. Bell
Jordan Najvar6-6, 2404.59TEKlein Oak
Stepfan Taylor5-11, 2054.5RBMansfield
TULANE GREEN WAVE 2009 PLEDGES
Jordan Garrett6-0, 2054.6DBBeaumont West Brook
Ryan Grant6-1, 1804.6WRBeaumont West Brook
Hunter Howden6-5, 2805.2OLLumberton
Kendrell Washington5-10, 1504.3ATHBrenham
Kendrick Washington5-10, 1504.3CBBrenham
Devin Williams6-2, 2174.8DEKaty Cinco Ranch
TULSA GOLDEN HURRICANE 2009 PLEDGES
Shavodrick Beaver6-3, 1774.55QBWichita Falls Rider
Freeman Kelley6-0, 1704.47WRLancaster
G.J. Kinne6-3, 210N/AQBTexas/Gilmer (transfer)
Tony Peoples5-11, 1754.6RBThe Colony
UCLA BRUINS 2009 PLEDGES
Ryan Taylor6-2, 280N/AOLTyler JC
UNLV RUNNIN' REBELS 2009 PLEDGES
Mark Barefield6-0, 176N/AWRNorth Mesquite
Andrew Mack6-3, 285N/AOGPlano West
UTAH UTES 2009 PLEDGES
Eric Dago6-4, 2204.7DEHouston Westside
Colby Goodwin6-5, 202N/ATECy Fair
Victor Spikes6-1, 2014.4ATHFort Bend Marshall
Jarrad Stewart5-10, 1754.5DBPearland
Siosaia Tuipulotu6-2, 2805.2DTEuless Trinity
SIGNED LETTER OF INTENT
Terrance Cain6-1, 1914.6QBBlinn CC
UTAH STATE AGGIES 2009 PLEDGES
Chris Friesen6-3, 250N/AOLMansfield Summitt
Michael Williams6-2, 2004.5SFlower Mound
Mike Williams5-10, 1654.4CBAldine
VANDERBILT COMMODORES 2009 PLEDGES
Brady Brown6-5, 2104.6WRArgyle
Eddie Foster5-10, 1654.38CBColleyville Heritage
WAKE FOREST DEMON DEACONS 2009 PLEDGES
Josh Harris5-10, 1904.4RBDuncanville
Nikita Whitlock5-11, 270N/ADTWylie
WASHINGTON HUSKIES 2009 PLEDGES
Kenneth Pinkard5-10, 1754.5FSDallas SOC
WESTERN KENTUCKY HILLTOPPERS 2009 PLEDGES
Will Adams5-11, 1854.51ATHSouth Grand Prairie
Denton Allmon5-10, 1804.4CBIrving MacArthur
WISCONSIN BADGERS 2009 PLEDGES
Josh Peprah6-0, 1954.6SPlano East
Darious Thomas5-11, 1754.5DBCedar Hill
WYOMING COWBOYS 2009 PLEDGES
Alvester Alexander5-11, 180N/ARBHouston King
Kenney Browder5-11, 1754.48CBRound Rock Stony Point
Larry Mitchell6-3, 1854.4SNorth Crowley




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