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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.

 FIRSTLASTPOSHTWTSCHOOLCOMMIT
1MarvinWilsonDT6' 5"309Bellaire Episcopal
2JefferyOkudahS6' 3"185South Grand PrairieOhio State
3WalkerLittleOT6' 7"305Bellaire EpiscopalStanford
4BaronBrowningLB6' 3"227KennedaleOhio State
5J.K.DobbinsRB5' 9"185La GrangeOhio State
6K'LavonChaissonDE6' 4"220Galena Park North Shore
7KaryVincent JrCB6' 0"165Port Arthur MemorialLSU
8AustinDeculusOT6' 5"300Cy-FairLSU
9ShawnRobinsonQB6' 2"210DeSotoTCU
10TyrellShaversWR6' 6"200LewisvilleAlabama
11BrockWrightTE6' 4"230Cy-FairNotre Dame
12ChuckFiliagaOT6'6335AledoMichigan
13JalenReagorWR6'0"182WaxahachieTCU
14EnoBenjaminRB5' 11205Wylie EastArizona State
15HezekiahJonesWR5' 11"190StaffordTexas A&M
16EmmanualNetherlyWR6' 2"180CrosbyLSU
17ChevinCallowayCB5' 11"180Dallas Bishop DunneIowa
18TaquonGrahamDE6' 4"240TempleTexas
19TyreseRobinsonOT6' 4"300McKinney BoydOklahoma
20KennedyBrooksRB5' 11"185MansfieldOklahoma
21MajorTennisonTE6' 6"240BullardAlabama
22SaiidAdeboCB6' 1"177MansfieldStanford
23JoshThompsonCB5' 11"178NacogdochesTexas
24ErnestBrownDE6' 4"228Denton RyanNorthwestern
25CharlieBrewerQB6' 1"170Lake TravisBaylor
26KennethMurrayOLB6' 2"210Fort Bend ElkinsOklahoma
27SamuelEhlingerQB6' 1"209Austin WestlakeTexas
28DayoOdeyingbo TE6' 5"245Carrollton RanchviewVanderbilt
29RobertBarnesS6' 1"180Southlake CarrollOklahoma
30LeviJonesOLB6' 2"190Austin Westlake
31Cedarian (CeeDee)LambWR6' 3"185Richmond FosterOklahoma
32CamronBuckleyWR6' 0"186Cedar HillTexas A&M
33KedrickJamesTE6' 6"235Waco La VegaAlabama
34DerrickTuckerS6' 2"188ManvelTexas A&M
35OmarManningWR6' 2"208LancasterTCU
36GraysonReedOL6' 5"290Cy CreekTexas A&M
37BrianPolendeyTE6' 4"240Denton GuyerMiami
38EdwardIngramOG6' 3"305DeSotoLSU
39JackAndersonOL6' 5"285FriscoTexas Tech
40AnthonyHinesLB6' 3"225Plano EastTexas A&M
41AlanAliOL6' 5"268Keller Timber CreekSMU
42MarqezBimageDE6' 2"220BrenhamTexas
43CharlestonRamboWR6' 1"158Cedar HillOklahoma
44MylesJonesCB6' 3"173Magnolia WestTexas A&M
45Devin MorrisCB6'0"175CaldwellTexas A&M
46TracinWallaceQB6' 1"180Fort Worth South HillsOk State
47JasonShelleyQB6' 1"170Frisco Lone StarUtah
48TylanWallaceWR6' 1"175Fort Worth South HillsOk State
49AveryDavisQB/ATH6' 1"191Cedar HillNotre Dame
50LagaryonCarsonDE6' 5"225Liberty-Eylau
51MontrellEstellWR6' 2"185HooksTexas
52DamionMillerS6' 2"195John TylerTexas
53DamionDanielsDT6'2310Dallas Bishop Dunne
54OndarioRobinsonDE6' 4"231HuttoTexas A&M
55RJSneedWR6' 2"180Cy RanchBaylor
56WilliamFarrarOL6' 5"309Austin TravisTexas Tech
57MatthewHuhnOT6' 7"270San Antonio JaySMU
58BernardGoodwaterRB5' 7"165Dallas CarterKansas State
59BrendenJaimesOT6' 5"255Lake TravisNebraska
60DimitriMooreOLB6' 3"190Cedar HillVanderbilt
61RashawnSlaterOL6' 5"275Fort Bend ClementsNorthwestern
62AmaudWillis-DaltonOLB6' 1"195Cy RanchHouston
63BrysonSmithATH6' 0"175John TylerHouston
64WesHarrisOL6'4"299AledoTCU
65DanielYoungRB6' 0"210Spring WestfieldTexas
66TrelonSmithRB5' 10"180Cy RidgeArizona State
67JaylenDixonWR5'10"160Frisco Lone StarUtah
68TrestanEbnerWR6' 0"185HendersonBaylor
69Xavier MartinQB5' 11"175Cibolo SteeleTexas Tech
70RoderickFordWR5'11"165Fort Worth SouthwestMissouri
71AustinHillerS6'2195Lake TravisNorthwestern
72BryceJacksonDB6' 0"185Denton GuyerNorthwestern
73LaviskaShenaultWR6' 0"190DeSotoColorado
74WaydaleJonesWR6' 3"181Beeville Jones
75DevenLampDE6' 5"209Cedar HillIowa State
76ElijahMcqueenLB5' 11"180TerrellSMU
77StephanZabieOG6' 5"285Austin Westlake
78DanMoore Jr.OL6' 5"339Beaumont West BrookTexas A&M
79XavierNewmanOL6' 3"270DeSotoBaylor
80WilliamShermanOG6' 3"292AllenColorado
81TerrelBernardOL6' 2"200La PorteBaylor
82HyrinWhiteOT6'6"295DeSotoMissouri
83ToneilCarterRB5' 10"198Langham CreekTexas
84CoyMcMillonOT6' 4"260AbileneTCU
85AbramSmithRB6' 0"195AbileneBaylor
86DennisBardwellOT6' 5"274Huffman-HargraveHouston
87DerekKerstetterOL6' 5"280San Antonio ReaganTexas
88AshtonLoganDB6' 0"200TempleBaylor
89CamronHorryDL6' 5"260Katy TaylorTexas A&M
90JoshBledsoeDB5' 11"189Spring DekaneyMissouri
91TyonMerchantCB6' 2"185A&M ConsolidatedOklahoma State
92Za'quinciusAddisonDB6' 2"175AngletonTexas Tech
93CarlosGraceRB5' 8"185CrosbyHouston
94RoshauudPaulQB6' 1"180BremondTexas A&M
95ChabastinTaylorWR6' 4"210GiddingsKansas State
96RyderAndersonDE6'6230KatyMississippi
97DonovanStinerDB6' 2"185Houston BellaireFlorida
98TerryPetryATH5' 11"155Fort Bend Ridge PointMissouri
99KobeBoyceCB6' 1"175Lake DallasTexas
100BraydonJohnsonWR6'0"180Arlington BowieOklahoma State
101BronsonBoydWR6' 3"185Arlington OakridgeTexas Tech
102GavinHolmesWR5'10174Justin NorthwestBaylor
103BrysonJacksonLB6' 3"188Mansfield Lake RidgeBaylor
104ShamondGreenwoodWR6' 2"189Garland Lakeview CentennialOk. State
105RikoJeffersLB6'1"230SachseTexas Tech
106MohamedSanogoLB6' 2"238Plano WestHouston
107BrendanVaughnOLB6' 1"204ForneyOklahoma State
108DevodrickJohnsonATH6'2210Dallas KimballTexas A&M
109KennedySnellWR5' 9178WaxahachieTCU
110NoahJonesDL6' 3"248LancasterHouston
111PeytonMansellQB6' 2"190BeltonIowa
112MaleekBarkleyWR5' 11"178Lake TravisArkansas
113ColeMaxwellDL6' 4"252AllenBaylor
114CoryBethleyDL6' 2"265Katy
115JaydenPeevyDL6' 4"255Houston BellaireTexas A&M
116NelsonMbanasorDE6' 2"248Pflugerville HendricksonTexas Tech
117JalenPitreDB5' 11"197StaffordBaylor
118SamMillerDE6' 3"250Houston StratfordNorthwestern
119ChrisRobisonQB6' 1"175Mesquite HornOklahoma
120GrantPolleyOL6' 4"263DentonColorado
121LakendrickVan ZandtATH6'1"195HendersonTCU
122DeionteWattsDT6' 3"300Plano EastNebraska
123JasonMooreOL6'3265Frisco IndependenceBaylor
124CadeGreenWR5' 11"176Lake TravisWisconsin
125ChidiOgdonnayaDL6' 5"235Langham CreekHouston
126JamesLynchDE6' 3"260Round RockBaylor
127CadeBrewerTE6' 3"205Lake TravisTexas
128JohnDavisDB6' 0"160Euless TrinityTexas Tech
129ParkerEichenbergerTE6'4"225KatyHouston
130AlfredBryantDE6' 2"234ManvelIndiana
131TimarcusDavisCB6' 0"170College StationBaylor
132CalvinTyler, JrRB5' 8"185SilsbeeOregon State
133EleasahAndersonOL6'4"278Alief TaylorBaylor
134AdamBeckDB6' 2"180Richmond George RanchTexas Tech
135DevodricBynumWR5' 9"160Dallas LincolnHouston
136JoshCroslenDT6' 0"275Cibolo SteeleMinnesota
137AlexDukeDE6' 3"220Houston BellaireHouston
138AkaylebEvansDB6' 2"175McKinneyTulsa
139DelanoRobinsonDB6'0"180Denton RyanSMU
140DavionFordRB6' 0"175RockdaleHouston
141HaydenHowertonOL6' 3"230KatySMU
142Reggie RobersonWR5'11160Mesquite HornKansas
143LoganMannWR6' 2"180San Antonio StevensAir Force
144KrisMcCuneS6'2195Dallas ChristianOklahoma State
145DebioneRenfroCB6' 1"180PearlandTexas A&M
146KayceMedlockWR5'10187ArpSMU
147DominicWilliamsRB5' 9"185Frisco IndependenceKansas
148GrantStuardOLB6' 0"194Conroe Oak RidgeHouston
149LaMarcusMortonWR6' 2"170GilmerOklahoma State
150ThaboMwanikiS5' 10"175Denton GuyerOklahoma State
151CaseyVerhulstOL6' 5"272Plano EastTexas Tech
152TobyNdukweDL6' 3"216Richmond George RanchSMU
153Kadarrian KdNixonWR5' 8"180DeSotoColorado
154TevynStevensonWR5' 11"187Allen
155MattHankinsDB6'1.5"161Flower Mound MarcusIowa
156KeynelMcZealWR6' 4"220Port Neches-GrovesTexas A&M
157TreySterlingDB6'1185SunnyvaleOklahoma State
158DawsonDeatonOT6' 5"285FriscoTexas Tech
159MaxCumminsDL6'5222Fort Worth All SaintsTexas
160KobieHerringLB6' 0"210RefugioUTEP
161JaredHockerOT6'5270BirdvilleTexas A&M
162ArmaniJohnsonCB5' 11"158Fort Bend Ridge PointSMU
163TerrenceOliverILB5' 11"229Aldine Eisenhower
164KennethOrjiDE6' 2"210Fort Bend ElkinsVanderbilt
165BrysonPowersS6' 1"195Klein Collins
166JordanCrawfordDT6' 0"320Pearland
167KennethPleasantOT6' 5"295Katy Seven Lakes
168KordellRodgersATH5' 11"163LufkinTexas State
169Josh AdkinsQB6' 3"204Smithson ValleyNew Mexico State
170KishawnKelleyQB6' 1"199CorsicanaTexas State
171GeorgeNyakwolS6' 1"170Aldine EisenhowerRice
172DerekParishLB6' 2"234PearlandHouston
173KadonHarrisonQB6' 3"180Port Arthur MemorialLouisiana-Lafayette
174BrysonCarrollQB5' 9"175San Antonio RooseveltNew Mexico
175SamCrawfordWR6' 1"190RockwallTulsa
176TrevonMasonDL6' 5"280Arlington Sam Houston
177Josh RogersOL6' 5"276Houston Christian
178TyThomasS5'11"195Lubbock-CooperArizona State
179IsaiahStewartS6' 0"170DeSotoNevada
180JCAnguloWR6'0"165Katy
181JaquezGoochATH5' 8"190North Mesquite
182CadePearsonQB6' 2"192Texarkana Texas HighUNT
183KaegunWilliamsRB5' 10"185Cedar Hill
184BenjaminBaylorRB5' 11"175Wharton
185TyrekeDavisLB5' 10"190Denton RyanUNT
186LaDariusDickensWR5' 9"187Rowlett
187DanteBivensOG6' 3"302Klein CollinsTulsa
188ElijahGoodenRB6' 1"205BolingHouston
189CartrellThomasWR5' 9"160LancasterBoise State
190ConnorBlumrickQB6' 6"187PearlandTexas A&M
191DemariusBrooksDL6'1288Humble Atascocita
192JaylonJacksonWR5' 10"160Cedar HillColorado
193TaylorPerryCB5' 10"185CrosbyUTSA
194AustinUpshawQB6' 2"188La PorteSMU
195McLaneMannixWR5' 10"175Midland ChristianVanderbilt
196RandallRoyallLB6' 1"217StratfordRice
197CorbinSmithOG6' 5"310NederlandRice
198BreydonBoydILB6' 4"210KatyBoise St
199CameronDarlingTE6' 4"240McKinney BoydNevada
200TristanAllenLB6' 3"205AtlantaLA Tech
201DillonDavisQB6' 2"205Aledo
202JustinGuy-RobinsonCB5'11"160PearlandSMU
203MarkBrownDL6'3235Fort Worth Arlington HeightsSan Diego St.
204KamronFieldsQB6' 2"180Garland Lakeview Centennial
205KevinLeDeeWR6' 5"175Cy RidgeTulane
206JordanGipsonDL6' 3"260Bay CitySMU
207ShaineHaileyLB6'0"204Dallas Bishop DunneSMU
208JoshJohnsonDB5'9"175Mesquite PoteetNavy
209TyquezHamptonRB6'2"195El Paso El DoradoUtah
210SegunIjiyeraOL6' 1"261Lake DallasTexas State
211DaquinJacksonDB5' 11"198Mesquite PoteetTulsa
212JaylonMascorroATH6' 2"215Refugio
213TyraeThorntonCB6' 0"165Cy RidgeRice
214ZyonMcCollumCB6'1"171Galveston BallUtah
215AyrtonPayneDB5' 9"166Houston St. Pius XArmy
216BrendonWeatherspoonOL6' 4"295Hurst L.D. BellUNT
217CamdenRoaneQB6' 1"189Colleyville HeritageSan Diego St.
218BlakeThompsonILB6' 1"240Cy Falls
219MiltonWilliamsDL6' 3"225CrowleyLA Tech
220JudahBellWR6' 3"182Tyler T.K. GormanNavy
221CalebTwyfordATH5' 10"165FarmersvilleTexas State
222Vance VallairCB6' 1"179Beaumont CentralUTSA
223MikloSmallsQB5' 11"185Plano EastRice
224TariqWoolenWR6'5205Fort Worth Arlington HeightsUTSA
225HarrisonLovelessDL6' 3"255Cy RanchSMU
226WilliamMcBrideQB6' 1"190Clear SpringsTennessee
227TylerPageATH6' 0"177FriendswoodSMU
228LesterBlountOG6' 5"300Fort Bend Hightower
229SammyOchoaDL6' 2"270Lake Travis
230JaegerBullATH6' 4"205Corpus Christi Flour BluffRice
231GavinGeibLB6' 3"190Bellaire EpiscopalPenn
232Sam CosmiOL6' 5"270Humble AtascocitaHouston
233AlexFontenotRB5' 11"185Richmond George RanchColorado
234DaneLedfordQB5' 11"175ArgyleTulane
235AdrianFryeCB5' 11"157Aldine EisenhowerTexas Tech
236GarrettGrammerLB6' 1"210Richmond FosterRice
237ChrisMillerDB5' 11"166DentonColorado
238QuanHamptonWR5' 8"155Texarkana Texas HighKansas
239TylerLavineATH6'1"210Cedar ParkArmy
240OwenHoltQB6' 2"175Houston LamarHarvard
241RashaudPowellDE6' 2"220Fort Bend Bush
242BillyReagins Jr.RB6' 2 1/2"215Fort Bend Kempner
243KiestonRoachCB5' 11"175Galena Park North Shore
244KyleTownsendWR6' 0"187Conroe Oak Ridge
245JustinCainWR5' 9"166Dallas Wilson
246DarrionGreenDB5' 10"163Dallas WilsonNew Mexico
247TyeElieLB5' 10"229Edgewood
248MorrisJoseph, JrDT6' 2"260West Orange-StarkUTSA
249KendallCatalonATH5'10"165Mansfield Legacy
250AlerickSoularieDB5'11180Humble Atascocita
251KericWheatfallWR6' 1"168Cy Ranch
252SethScottOL6' 3"285Dallas Skyline
253CalvinClaterWR6' 3"175Fort Worth South Hills
254StephoneJacksonDL6' 4"215Kennedale
255LedarickCoxWR6' 0"170Dallas Carter
256JeremiahCrawfordATH5' 9"190Mineola
257ChanceFisherRB5' 9"176Mesquite
258GeorgeIkottLB5' 11"228Houston Strake Jesuit
259LouisJacksonOL6' 2"295Dallas Bishop Dunne
260TreSiggersATH5'10190Duncanville
261LamontClarksonWR5' 11"175South Oak Cliff
262AndrewJadickILB6'1 1/2216Houston Memorial
263KalebO'BryantSlot5' 10"170Cy Creek
264TreySchumanDL6' 4245Burleson
265ChrisWilsonDB6' 1"185Hitchcock
266JeremyHodgeQB6' 1"188Dallas Parish EpiscopalNew Mexico St
267WillieJones IIIQB6' 3"180SilsbeeTexas St
268TrendonRolenOL6' 3"300Ennis
269JacobBrammerOL6' 5"270Richmond FosterUNT
270QuintinMorrisWR6' 3"205Richmond George RanchBowling Green
271MckenlyO'NealDE6' 4"224Dripping Springs
272JaetavianTolesWR6' 1"180StratfordTulane
273JaidenWoodsonATH5' 8"160Clear CreekMemphis
274JoeHeironimusOL6' 4"280Austin Westlake
275CampbellMillerLB6' 2"245Tyler Lee
276Bruce BivensLB5' 11"212Houston DavisFresno St
277FrankHarrisQB5' 11"175Schertz ClemensUTSA
278TroyPorcheDL6' 2"260Houston LamarArmy
279StephenTurnerDE6' 3"227North MesquiteAir Force
280Dallas BlacklockDB5' 9"170Houston SharpstownArmy
281DondrickCollinsDL6' 4"225Langham CreekFresno State
282JaelonDardenATH5'8"155Aldine EisenhowerUNLV
283JohnDooleyWR6' 1"175Highland Park
284LondonHarrisOLB6' 1"195ManvelTexas State
285JusticeOluwaseunOL6' 0"259Richmond FosterUNLV
286MatthewHowardOL6' 5"290Klein Oak
287JaylonJohnsonWR6' 5"180Klein CollinsLouisiana-Lafayette
288TonyKrasniqiDL6' 2"232SachseUNT
289AustinHawleyS6' 1"203GladewaterLouisiana-Monroe
290TristinMcCollumCB6'1"175Galveston BallUtah
291KollinHurtDB6' 3"175GilmerLA Tech
292LorenMondyDE6' 1"249Mansfield Lake RidgeArizona State
293Cameron JohnsonDB5' 11"165Houston HeightsUNT
294DemarcoGuidryLB6' 0"200La MarqueUTSA
295JordanJohnsonLB5'10"210HooksArmy
296JavontaviusMosleyCB6' 2"175John TylerUTSA
297CobraJonesRB6' 2"185La Porte
298JakeemPatrickRB6'0 170Dallas Life Oak CliffAir Force
299MitchellJonkeQB6' 0"180Allen
300AlexFernandesQB6' 4"190Austin VandegriftUTEP
301SethLambertOL6' 3"294Brazoswood
302DhailonPhillipsWR6' 3"195LufkinTexas St
303TraceMascorroDL6' 2"260RefugioUTEP
304IsaiahRichardsonS6' 0"190Richmond FosterRice
305ManaseMoseOL6' 3"280Euless Trinity
306Ken'twanFreemanDE6' 1"185Victoria West
307JaylinNelsonQB5' 8"196DuncanvilleTexas State
308DominicPastucciOT6' 4"243Pflugerville HendricksonUTSA
309RaymondRandle IIIILB6' 0"215Katy
310KirklandFosterATH6' 1"172Newton
311GehrigScottILB6' 1"225San Angelo Central
312KevinDavis, JrOL6'3"284AngletonTexas State
313HunterAdamsDT6'1"270Cy-FairArmy
314ZachSmithQB6' 2"190Pearland DawsonSFA
315CaeveonPattonOL6' 3"285CueroTexas State
316ChaseBrownLB6'3"230Kerrville TivyTulsa
317JordanStevensCB5' 10"170Houston LamarMcNeese St
318JaylonMonroeCB5'10"155West MesquiteTulane
319TraveionWebsterS6' 0"185LongviewLouisiana Monroe
320MojoNtchoboOLB/SS5'11195Rockwall-HeathAir Force
321KeylonStokesSlot5'11175ManvelTulsa
322Devon TibbsDL6'4"265Houston LamarStephen F. Austin
323JakhariusSmithDE6' 2"215South Grand PrairieTexas State
324AustinTrammellSlot5' 10"170KleinRice
325MichaelPurcellDE6' 4"213The Woodlands
326GerardWheelerOG6' 2"280PlanoLouisiana Monrie
327CalebCarlileOG6'6298WaxahachieTexas State
328JaretDoegeQB6'2"185Lubbock-CooperBowling Green
329PerryCarterSlot5'8"161Houston St. Pius XLouisiana Monroe
330JaretDoegeQB6'2"185Lubbock-CooperBowling Green
331NicFosterOL6'5260ArlingtonTexas State
332RhettHarrisOLB6' 1"202AledoAir Force
333KyronJohnsonOLB6'2190Arlington LamarKansas
334MalickPhillipsATH5'9170West Orange-StarkAir Force
335DadrianTaylorATH6'1"163ShinerUTSA
336JavonMcInnisS/WR5'10188Carrollton RanchviewSFA
337DakodaNewmanOC6'4295Mansfield TimberviewUNT
338Brian ParishOL6'5240Arlington SeguinTexas State
339DanteWilliamsS6'2180Frisco Lone StarAir Force
340BryceRiversQB6'3"195San Antonio StevensUTSA
341JoshPittsTE6'9"240San Antonio MemorialUTSA
342MakayleSandersDB6'2"185Tyler LeeUNT
343WillTrawickLB6'1210AledoAir Force
344BracyWebbDT6'2260Houston St. Pius XAir Force
345SpenserMiskoDE6' 5"240KellerKansas State
346NickGerberQB6' 1"175Levelland
347GageMalloryOL6' 2"290Denton GuyerTulane
348GrantBuckholtsWR6' 3"185Rockwall-HeathAir Force
349JavarisStewardOL6' 1"210Denton RyanUTSA
350LewisGibsonWR5' 11"177Wilmer-HutchinsAir Force
351CameronMontgomeryWR5'7"165StaffordRice
352TrevorPriceLB5' 10"190Round Rock Cedar RidgeNevada
353JohnBrannonLB6'2"225ProsperTexas State
354KemoteYowILB6'0"230DeSotoArmy
355QuentinBrownDE5' 11"220SachseBoise State
356KhariDickinsonSlot5' 7"150North ForneyNavy
357KeatonDudikWR5' 10"170China Spring
358CarsonGreenOL6' 5"260Southlake CarrollTexas A&M
359DeonteHensonDB5'9 1/2"150Beaumont West BrookSam Houston St
360KameronHollowayOC6' 3"270DuncanvilleArmy
361CalebThomasDT6' 1"285MansfieldNevada
362JohnHouseILB6' 1"200Highland Park
363ChanceMcLeodTE6' 3"228Victoria EastUTSA
364JoshueBooker-BrownDE6' 2"225Spring Westfield
365DonteHowellWR6' 2"180North MesquiteAir Force
366Tanner ElliotOL6' 4"266Carthage
367MosesJohnsonTE6' 4"230Austin HighSFA
368JuniusKingDE6' 1"305Mesquite HornUNT
369CadenMcdonaldLB6' 2"210Justin NorthwestSan Diego St.
370RemingtonLutzTE6' 5"225BeltonUNT
371CalvinFletcherWR6' 1"170Houston LamarLouisiana-Monroe
372JoshMurrayDB5'11165Houston St. Pius XSFA
373ReeceJordanDE6' 3"250BoydTexas St
374ColbyPetersonDB5' 11"170Round Rock Cedar RidgeTexas St
375EJHillDL6' 1"245Pittsburg
376LoganPetersonTE6' 1"212AledoTexas State
377DayneDouglassILB6' 2"205Canyon
378TrevorHarmansonOL6' 4"215Dickinson
379MaalikCooperOL6' 3"215Waco University
380SethWashingtonQB6' 2"192Episcopal School of Dallas
381JustinHallOL6' 4"210Commerce
382ClashonGaffneyDE6' 7"190Clarksville
383DemarcusBryantATH6' 2"210Bloomington
384TenioAyeniWR6' 0"205Allen
385BenjaminGansalloDL6' 2"273Fort Bend Dulles
386ColbyKizzieQB6' 3"184ConroeSFA
387Zachari JacksonWR6' 1"183Mansfield Lake RidgeLouisiana-Monroe
388BryantBadieATH5'10"170Galena Park North ShoreLouisiana-Monroe
389KennyNelsonWR6' 2"225Frisoc Centennial
390TyrisWilliamsLB6' 2"230LibertyLamar
391ErinThomasQB6' 7"214Houston Madison
392DavidAnemihDE6' 3"220Mansfield Timberview
393TrevorDenbowDB5' 11"186Corsicana
394DeAndreAngelleWR5' 10"180Port Arthur Memorial
395JoshDonovanOL6'5"292College StationNorth Texas
396JakariBrooksWR5'11178Duncanville
397Luke McCleeryOL6'5270Grapevine Faith Christian
398QuintonBrown IIIDB6' 2"195Conroe
399LaMarqueDavisCB6' 2"175Mansfield Timberview
400TyBrockQB6' 4"180College StationSam Houston St
401LawrenceDixonWR5' 9"180South Grand Prairie
402BernardBuhakeDE6' 5"190Mansfield Summit
403JaireMooreRB5' 10"188Dallas Christian
404EricSchmidQB6' 1"180The WoodlandsSam Houston St
405DeandreHermanATH5' 10"166Baytown Goose Creek MemorialCentral Arkansas
406JordanHillWR6' 4"180Crosby
407KoltenMackeyWR6' 2"190Evadale
408AshtonDudleyCB6' 1"175Brazosport
409OctavianModesteDE/OLB6' 1"205Houston Sterling
410DavionThompsonDB6' 0"180North Mesquite
411NakeieMontgomeryRB6' 0"195Episcopal School of Dallas
412JamesBrownWR5' 10"170Stafford
413BryceCookDB5' 10"180Spring Westfield
414JustinMorrisLB6'2210Dallas Parish Episcopal
415TerioBrownRB5' 8"170HumbleTexas Southern
416JoshMooreWR5'10"165Lubbock-Cooper
417KobieWhitesideDL6' 1"308Katy Taylor
418SloanRodbergLB6' 2"212Wills Point
419EthanOwensDE6' 3"197Yoakum
420MatthewStricklandWR6' 3"180Houston Christian
421SeanWallaceWR5'11185Dallas Triple-A Academy
422RajanCunninghamRB5' 9"175Dallas Bishop Dunne
423MylesAndersWR6' 0"160Clear Springs
424JacobClarksonDE6'2"225Jersey Village
425CodyRoscoeDL6' 1"240Houston Heights
426TarikCooperLB6' 1"230Texarkana Texas High
427MichaelMassarellaQB6' 3"210Houston Northland Christian
428HunterCrooksOL6' 4"295Dayton
429QuintonNewtonWR5' 10"180Klein Collins
430CJJonesRB5' 9"160Cy Woods
431MarteAllisonRB5' 11"190New Caney
432YeskinWilliamsDE6' 4"210Manvel
433BrandonBlairATH5' 9"180Klein Oak
434ShomariJonesOG6' 5"295Killeen
435LadevinBledsoeRB5' 11"190Jersey Village
436JonasCastillo Jr.OL6' 4"303Humble
437MarcusCooperCB5' 8"160Rice
438AndrewDavisATH5' 10"156Aldine
439KobyFosterDT6' 2"340Manvel
440SabianBluittOL6' 4"320Jasper
441JaylonHaynesDL6' 2"290Wharton
442DawsonChumleyWR6' 2"150Groveton
443LukeMetzerQB6' 2"170Fort Bend Dulles
444EmonPoughtATH5' 7"180Katy Taylor
445TrevorMooreWR6' 4"195Houston Wheatley
446DaltonPerezOL6' 4"260Fort Bend Kempner
447LadariusStewartLB5' 11"210Houston Wheatley
448MarquesWilliamsDB5' 11"160Dickinson
449TylerCastanedaOG6' 3"275Round Rock
450ChandlerSpeightsSlot5' 9"165Richmond Foster
451JoshJinningLB6' 1"200The Colony
452ChukwudaliOnonenyuDE6'1"225Fort Bend Marshall
453ChrisStewartWR5' 9"169The Woodlands
454KhalilCorbett-CanadaOT6' 4"240Killeen Harker Heights
455EliAkinWR6' 1"180New Caney
456ReggieBosemanDL6' 2"238Beaumont Central
457ShaundrickWilliamsLB5' 11"220John Tyler
458ElliotAlbertOLB5' 11"195Spring Dekaney
459NicSmithOG6' 3"267Commerce
460LutaviousBooneWR5' 11"165Huntsville
461CodyFulpOLB6'3215China SpringUNT
462DorianAndrewsLB6'1190Dallas Skyline
463DylanLorfingWR6' 3"200Huffman-Hargrave
464SheaBakerOC6' 2"250Round Rock Cedar Ridge
465DarvisWatsonWR6' 0"175Brenham
466JaysonBaldridgeDB6' 2"170Richmond George Ranch
467TylerMitchellLB6' 4"200Keller Fossil Ridge
468KennyBamburgATH5'8"156Aldine Eisenhower
469KendallStarlingOG6' 1"317Longview
470DetrickBellLB5' 11"190Houston Davis
471MarcusRoyalDL6' 4"250Cy Springs
472ChristopherBishopDB6' 0"178Beaumont West BrookTexas Southern
473DavionPeoplesRB6' 2"195Belton
474JadariusBlakeOL6' 4"270Jacksonville
475IsiaahNelsonLB6' 4220Burleson
476Octavius EvansWR6' 2"192Center
477TerrellCooperDL6' 2"235Lindale
478KahlilThomasRB6'0"190Austin LBJ
479KaedenMarkhamRB5' 9"177McKinney Boyd
480JaecorienBarnesLB5' 10"211Port Arthur Memorial
481TerrellDavisWR5' 9"160Houston Lutheran South
482NtrwariBubanjeLB6' 2"215Houston Yates
483KevinChaney JrOG6' 2"270Port Arthur Memorial
484Tre' VonBradleyATH6'1190Cleburne
485LeontaDancyOG6' 3"280Port Arthur Memorial
486KirklandFosterATH6' 1"172Newton
487KahlilBrownRB6' 0"200Lufkin
488DavidCrenshaw IIWR6' 2"190Houston Westside
489TannerElliottOT6' 4"265Carthage
490NtrwariBubanjeLB6' 2"215Houston Yates
491DariusCamielDE6' 4"205Spring Westfield
492ChristopherBishopDB6' 0"178Beaumont West BrookTexas Southern
493MatthewChildersWR6' 4"190Henderson
494Ken'twanFreemanDE6' 1"185Victoria West
495O'ShaeClarkSlot5' 8"155Cy Springs
496TreyEdwardsWR5' 11"180Crosby
497OsiOdumeDE6'1"220Katy Taylor
498JoseCortezOL/DL6'2"310Aldine
499KylanJonesLB6'0"200Arlington Bowie
500KeeganOtteDB5'11"175Katy

Baylor Bears

Greg Tepper’s Analysis

Star of the Class: OL Xavier Newman (DeSoto)
Sleeper of the Class: RB Abram Smith (Abilene)
When Matt Rhule arrived at Baylor eight weeks before National Signing Day, the Bears had one commitment (Stafford safety Jalen Pitre). Eight weeks later, BU signed a full class of 27. Grading on a curve, that’s the most impressive recruiting job in the nation, bar none. And while college football is not graded on a curve, and this class represents a noticeable half-step back from the halcyon recruiting days of Art Briles, this is still a good-to-very good class. Playmakers abound for the Bears, led by Justin Northwest WR Gavin Holmes and Henderson ATH Trestan Ebner, both of whom possess game-breaking speed. Cy Ranch WR RJ Sneed may be the name that splashes earliest, since he’s probably the class’ most polished prospect. The defense is largely buoyed by out-of-state players like LB DeMarco Artis out of Florida, but a pair of central Texans — College Station CB Timarcus Davis and Round Rock DT James Lynch — give the defense a Texas flair. Two inexplicably under-recruited skill players in Lake Travis QB Charlie Brewer and Abilene’s star runner Smith round out a successful first class for Rhule and the Bears.

2017 Baylor Bears Signees

NamePositionSchool
Eleasah AndersonOLAlief Taylor
DeMarco ArtisDESeminole (FL)
Terrel BernardLBLa Porte
Charlie BrewerQBLake Travis
Timarcus DavisCBCollege Station
Trestan EbnerWRHenderson
Harrison HandCBCherry Hill West (NJ)
Justin HarrisDLEast Ascension (LA)
Tyler HendersonTEKyle Lehman
Gavin HolmesWRJustin Northwest
Bryson JacksonLBMansfield Lake Ridge
Khalil KeithOLWinterboro (AL)
Henry Klinge IIIOLSouthlake Carroll
Trevon LewisSHouston Lamar
Ashton LoganLBTemple
Johnathan LovettRBCherokee (NJ)
James LynchDLRound Rock
Cole MaxwellDLAllen
Ryan MillerCSouthlake Carroll
Jason MooreOLFrisco Independence
Xavier NewmanOLDeSoto
Chidi OgbonnayaDLLangham Creek
Jalen PitreSStafford
Rob SaulinDLPennsville Memorial
Abram SmithRBAbilene
RJ SneedWRCy Ranch
BJ ThompsonDLEngland (AR)

Houston Cougars

Greg Tepper’s Analysis

Star of the Class: LB Amaud Willis-Dalton (Cy Ranch)
Sleeper of the Class: TE Parker Eichenberger (Katy)
When Tom Herman bolted Houston to take over at Texas, new coach Major Applewhite was charged with holding together a strong core of commitments. On the whole, he succeeded. The defense is what stands out in this class, led by sensational LB Willis-Dalton, who could be the next in a long line of breakout Coog linebackers. It’s also heavy on edge rushers, with DE Noah Jones from Lancaster and Louisianan Bryan Jones poised to join a loaded defensive front. How history views this offensive crop will largely hinge on John Tyler QB Bryson Smith, but if he’s anything like the last John Tyler quarterback to go to Houston — that would be Greg Ward Jr. — he’ll do just fine. It may be a transitional class, but there’s plenty for Coog fans to be excited about.

2017 Houston Cougars Signees

NamePositionSchool
David AnenihLBMansfield Timberview
Tre'von BradleyATHCleburne
Dennis BardwellOLHuffman Hargrave
Devodric BynumDBDallas Lincoln
Alexander DukeLBHouston Bellaire
Parker EichenbergerTEKaty
Davion FordRBRockdale
Elijah GoodenLBBoling
Bryan JoensDLMadison Prep (LA)
Noah JonesDLLancaster
Derek ParishLBPearland
Dane RoyPSt. Paul's ASG (Australia)
Jeremy SingletonWRBrother Martin (LA)
Grant StuardLBConroe Oak Ridge
DJ SmallDBDickinson
Bryson SmithQBJohn Tyler
Payton TurnerDLHouston Westside
Dalton WitherspoonKNortheastern Oklahoma A&M
Amaud Willis-DaltonLBCy Ranch

North Texas Mean Green

Greg Tepper’s Analysis

Star of the Class: WR Jalen Guyton (Trinity Valley CC)
Sleeper of the Class: DT Dion Novil (Abilene Wylie)
This was Seth Littrell’s first chance to put his stamp on the style of play he wants in Denton, and it’s evident here: big on wide receivers, and big on defensive speed. The star of the receiver-heavy class is Guyton, the former Allen standout who washed out at Notre Dame before reestablishing his career in the junior college ranks; he immediately becomes the best receiver on UNT’s campus. Littrell stayed local to nam Denton Ryan’s Tyreke Davis, a 1,000-yard rusher for the Raiders last year who could move around the field. The defense has some burners, including Houston Heights CB Cameron Johnson and Tyler Lee safety Makyle Sanders, but make no mistake: this class is about Littrell’s offense getting some new toys.

2017 North Texas Mean Green Signees

NamePositionSchool
Jacob BrammerOLRichmond Foster
Jaelon DardenWRAldine Eisenhower
Tyreke DavisSDenton Ryan
Kody FulpLBChine Spring
Jalen Guyton*WRTrinity Valley CC
Cameron JohnsonCBHouston Heights
Evan JohnsonRBLoranger (LA)
Tony KrasniqiDLSachse
Manase MoseOLEuless Trinity
Dakoda NewmanOLMansfield Timberview
Dion NovilDLAbilene Wylie
Jevin Pahinui*OLCollege of the Siskiyous (CA)
Brian ParishOLArlington Seguin
Cade Pearson*QBTexarkana Texas High
Makyle SandersSTyler Lee
Tre SiggersRBDuncanville
Chris ThorntonLBAmarillo Palo Duro
Greg WhiteWRRiverdale (GA)

Rice Owls

Greg Tepper’s Analysis

Star of the Class: CB George Nyakwol (Aldine Eisenhower)
Sleeper of the Class: TE Jaeger Bull (CC Flour Bluff)
It bears mentioning every year: Rice’s strict academic standards make recruiting especially difficult for the Owls every year. Still, this is a promising class that’s heavy in the secondary — Eisenhower’s Nyakwol is a local steal, and Cy Ridge’s Tyrae Thornton and Richmond Foster’s Isaiah Richardson have high ceilings. It’s a very local class as well, with David Bailiff opting to stay close to the Houston area. The exception is Plano East’s Miklo Smalls, who played quarterback for the Panthers but is athletic enough to play receiver, running back or even defense. Rice fans should be pleased with this haul.

2017 Rice Owls Signees

NamePositionSchool
Shea BakerOLRound Rock Cedar Ridge
Christopher BoudreauxWRBeaumont Central
Jaeger BullTECorpus Christi Flour Bluff
Garrett GrammerLBRichmond Foster
William HarrisonKWestfield (IN)
Gregor MacKellarOLSt. Andrews (Canada)
Cameron MontgomeryWRStafford
George NyakwolDBAldine Eisenhower
Kenneth OrjiDEFort Bend Elkins
Brandt PetersonOLAustin Hyde Park
Isaiah RichardsonDBRichmond Foster
Randall RoyallLBHouston Stratford
Trey SchumanDLBurleson
Miklo SmallsQBPlano East
Corbin SmithOLNederland
TyRae ThorntonDBCy Ridge
Austin TrammellWRKlein

SMU Mustangs

Greg Tepper’s Analysis

Star of the Class: OL Alan Ali (Keller Timber Creek)
Sleeper of the Class: S Ar’mani Johnson (Fort Bend Ridge Point)
Make it 63 in a row — SMU has signed 63 high school players in three classes under former Texas high school football coach Chad Morris, and all 63 are TXHSFB products. This time around, the Ponies went to metro areas for beef — Ali from the DFW area, OL Matthew Huhn from San Antonio Jay, center Hayden Howerton from Houston area power Katy, DL Turner Coxe from down the street in Highland Park — and went East for speed — massively underrated WR Judah Bell from Tyler TK Gorman and playmaking ATH Kayce Medlock from Arp, not to mention Terrell ATH Elijah McQueen. Watch out for Friendswood’s Tyler Page — we don’t know where he’ll play, but he’s too dynamic to keep on the sidelines for long.

2017 SMU Mustangs Signees

NamePositionSchool
Alan AliOLKeller Timber Creek
Judah BellWRTyler TK Gorman
Turner CoxeDLHighland Park
Raymond EppsTEArizona State
D.J. GillinsQBPearl River CC (MS)
Justin Guy-RobinsonCBPearland
Jordan GipsonDLBay City
Matthew HuhnOLSA Jay
Hayden HowertonOLKaty
Shaine HaileyLBDallas Bishop Dunne
Ar'mani JohnsonCBFort Bend Ridge Point
Harrison LovelessDLCy Ranch
Elijah McQueenSTerrell
Kayce MedlockRBArp
Toby NdukweDLRichmond George Ranch
Tyeson NealsDLNE Oklahoma A&M
Tyler PageWRFriendswood
Delano RobinsonSDenton Ryan
Austin UpshawQBLa Porte

TCU Horned Frogs

Greg Tepper’s Analysis

Star of the Class: WR Jalen Reagor (Waxahachie)
Sleeper of the Class: ATH Lakendrick Van Zandt (Henderson)
While smaller than last year’s, this may be Gary Patterson’s most splash-worthy class since he arrived in Fort Worth…and that’s saying something. It starts with undeniably the best crop of wide receivers in the state, with Waxahachie duo Reagor and Kenedy Snell and Lancaster’s Omar Manning — that’s arguably three of the five best receivers in Texas in the Class of 2017. A lot of the class’ perception will depend on QB Shawn Robinson, who overcame a lackluster junior year at (and transfer from) Denton Guyer to guide DeSoto to its first state championship. Robinson is a bit of a recruiting lightning rod, but if he reaches his potential, he could push this class into the stratosphere. Defensively, Katy DT Corey Bethley’s late addition gave the Frogs some star power, and Clear Creek CB Noah Daniels could see the field early. Watch out for Henderson’s Van Zandt — this guy is a home run hitter wherever he is positioned on the field.

2017 TCU Horned Frogs Signees

NamePositionSchool
Alex BushLBCerritos College (CA)
Corey BethleyDLKaty
Terrell CooperDLLindale
Dennis CollinsDLWest Monroe (LA)
Noah DanielsDBClear Creek
Al'Dontre DavisWRLutcher (LA)
George Ellis IIIDLAmerican Heritage (FL)
Wes HarrisOLAledo
Kerry JohnsonDBSpring Westfield
Coy McMillonOLAbilene
Ni'Jeel MeekingLB/DLUnion Parish (LA)
Omar ManningWRLancaster
Michael OnyemaobiDBChaparral (CA)
Shawn RobinsonQBDeSoto
Jalen ReagorWRWaxahachie
Kenedy SnellRBWaxahachie
Ezra Tu'uaDLLouisiana Harber College
La'Kendrick Van ZandtDBHenderson
Garret WallowLB/DBJohn Curtis (LA)
Christian WilliamsTEFullerton College (CA)
Quazzel WhiteOLLincoln (WA)

Texas Longhorns

Greg Tepper’s Analysis

Star of the Class: QB Sam Ehlinger (Austin Westlake)
Sleeper of the Class: TE Cade Brewer (Lake Travis)
As far as “transitional classes” are concerned, it’s hard to do much better than Texas did. Largely recruited by Charlie Strong, Tom Herman held it all together and added a few late pieces to put together one of the state’s strongest classes. As it always seems to be, the focus in Austin is on the QB — this time Ehlinger, who battled through an injury-plagued senior season to round out what was a remarkable high school career. He’s arguably the state’s best signal-caller. But the more exciting part of this class is the running backs — Langham Creek’s Toneil Carter is a touchdown waiting to happen, and Spring Westfield’s Daniel Young is bafflingly underrated after a great high school career. The defense loads up with monstrous edge-rusher Taquon Graham out of Temple and late-riser Josh Thompson out of Nacogdoches at cornerback. The name to remember here is Montrell Estell — Hooks has a history of putting out superstars (Billy Sims, Jeremiah Trotter), and Estell could be the next in line.

2017 Texas Longhorns Signees

NamePositionSchool 
Marqez BimageLBBrenham
Kobe BoyceDBLake Dallas
Cade BrewerTELake Travis
Jamari ChisholmDLNortheastern Oklahoma A&M
Toneil CarterRBLangham Creek
Samuel CosmiOLHumble Atascocita
Max CumminsDEFW All Saints
Sam EhlingerQBAustin Westlake
Montrell EstellDBHooks
Taquon GrahamDETemple
Gary JohnsonLBDodge City CC (AL)
Derek KerstetterOLSA Reagan
Reese LeitaoTEJenks (OK)
Damion MillerWRJohn Tyler
Jordan PounceyWRWinter Park (FL)
Joshua RowlandKMississippi Gulf Coast CC
Josh ThompsonDBNacogdoches
Daniel YoungRBSpring Westfield

Texas A&M Aggies

Greg Tepper’s Analysis

Star of the Class: LB Anthony Hines (Plano East)
Sleeper of the Class: CB Devin Morris (Caldwell)
It’s an embarrassment of riches for the Aggies in the 2017 class, with seemingly no weak points at any position. Defensive front seven? The Aggies nabbed Plano East’s Hines, one of the most highly recruited defenders in state history, and Houston Bellaire DT Jayden Peevy, a bruiser in the middle. Secondary? A&M got Manvel safety Derrick Tucker — at worst the second-best in the state — and sleeper CB Morris from the small-school ranks. Quarterback? Former San Antonio Reagan star Kellen Mond is heading to College Station, as is towering Pearland signal-caller Connor Blumrick. Weapons? Ex-Houston St. Thomas sensation Jhamon Ausbon is in the mix, as is Stafford’s Hezekiah Jones, as is Mr. Texas Football himself Roshauud Paul, fresh off a 47-0 starting quarterback career at Bremond. Offensive line? There’s mammoth Cy Creek tackle Grayson Reed and underrated Beaumont West Brook guard Dan Moore. For no less than the fourth time in his six classes at Texas A&M, Kevin Sumlin brought to College Station the state’s most loaded class. Now, can he turn them into wins?

2017 Texas A&M Aggies Signees

NamePositionSchool
Tyree JohnsonDESt. John's College (DC)
Joshua RogersDTHouston Christian
Micheal ClemonsDESachse
Camron HorryTEKaty Taylor
Devodrick JohnsonLBDallas Kimball
Derrick TuckerSManvel
Adrian WolfordOLMeeker (OK)
Keynel McZealTEPort Neches-Groves
Devin MorrisCBCaldwell
Debione RenfroCBPearland
Jacob KibodiRBChristian Life Academy (LA)
Grayson ReedOLCy Creek
Ondario RobinsonDEHutto
Dan Moore, Jr.OLBeaumont West Brook
Camron BuckleyWRCedar Hill
Jayden PeevyDTHouston Bellaire
Myles JonesCBMagnolia West
Carson GreenOLSouthlake Carroll
Jhamon AusbonWRIMG Academy (FL)
Connor BlumrickQBPearland
Keldrick CarperATHPlain Dealing (LA)
Anthony Hines IIILBPlano East
Jared HockerOLBirdville
Hezekiah JonesWRStafford
Santino MarchiolLBIMG Academy (FL)
Kellen MondQBIMG Academy (FL)
Roshauud PaulWRBremond

Texas State Bobcats

Greg Tepper’s Analysis

Star of the Class: ATH Jaylin Nelson (Duncanville)
Sleeper of the Class: CB Caleb Twyford (Farmersville)
Everett Withers’ first full recruiting cycle has a special emphasis on versatility. Nelson, a former DeSoto QB who transferred to Duncanville, could stick at QB, or not. Same with Corsicana’s Kishawn Kelley and Lufkin’s Kordell Rodgers — high school quarterbacks with tremendous football IQs that could play almost anywhere on the field. There’s some top-end talent in the defensive ranks heading to San Marcos, led by Galena Park North Shore CB Kieston Roach. Watch out for DT Gjemar Daniels out of Kennedale; he was overshadowed by blue chipper Baron Browning all year on his own team, but he’s a steal for the Bobcats.

2017 Texas State Bobcats Signees

NamePositionSchool
Sami AwadDLDuncanville
Caeveon PattonDLCuero
Nick WilkinsDLManvel
Caleb CarlileOLWaxahachie
Reece JordanOLBoyd
Anthony Mayes, Jr.OLH.D. Woodson (DC)
Nic FosterOLArlington
T.J. BedfordWRSt. Paul's (LA)
Caleb TwyfordWRFarmersville
Anthony SmithRBKeller Fossil Ridge
Jaylin NelsonATHDuncanville
Jakharious SmithOLBSouth Grand Prairie
John BrannonILBProsper
London HarrisOLBManvel
Damian WilliamsQBArchbishop Rummel (LA)
Willie Lee Jones, IIIQBSilsbee
Jaylen GipsonQBMexia
Kishawn KelleyQBCorsicana
Josh NewmanDBCedar Hill
Preston DimeryDBKerrville Tivy
Kieston RoachDBGalena Park North Shore
Kordell RodgersDBLufkin
Gjemar DanielsDLKennedale
Jeremiah HaydelWRAlief Taylor
Tanner KingOLDeer Park

Texas Tech Red Raiders

Greg Tepper’s Analysis

Star of the Class: OL Jack Anderson (Frisco)
Sleeper of the Class: LB Dakota Allen (East Mississippi CC)
There were two clear goals for the Red Raiders in this class: get bigger and get older. They accomplished both. First, the size — this may be the state’s best offensive line crop, featuring a pair of Frisco standouts in Anderson and center Dawson Deaton (who will need to adjust from running the Flexbone offense at FHS to Tech’s Air Raid) and Fort Bend Travis guard Will Farrar. Then, the age — Tech signed nine junior college players in this class. All eyes will be on QB McLane Carter, who guided Gilmer to a title in 2014, but watch out for the linebacker Allen out of East Mississippi Community College (of Last Chance U fame); he was a dynamo for Humble Summer Creek in 2014 and could make an immediate impact on the defense. The future of the program may rest with QB Xavier Martin, a dual-threat game-breaker who guided Cibolo Steele to a title game.

2017 Texas Tech Red Raiders Signees

NamePositionSchool
Quincy AddisonDBAngleton
Dakota AllenLBEast Mississippi CC
Jack AndersonOLFrisco
McLane CarterQBTyler JC
Vaughnte DorseySMississippi Gulf Coast CC
John DavisDBEuless Trinity
Dawson DeatonOLFrisco
Will FarrarOLFort Bend Travis
Adrian FryeDBAldine Eisenhower
Jacob HinesOLLong Beach City College (CA)
Tony JonesLBButler CC (KS)
Riko JeffersLBSachse
Jaylon LaneCBIndependence CC (KS)
Octavious MorganCBButler CC (KS)
Xavier MartinQBCibolo Steele
Nelson MbanasorDLPflugerville Hendrickson
Desmond NisbyRBDiablo Valley CC (CA)
Dominic PanazzoloPSnow College (Australia)
Casey VerhulstOLPlano East

UTEP Miners

Greg Tepper’s Analysis

Star of the Class: RB Joshua Fields (El Paso Americas)
Sleeper of the Class: DT Trace Mascorro (Refugio)
Sean Kugler’s commitment to recruiting locally in the Sun City showed in this class, signing four El Paso kids headlined by Fields, one of the area’s most talented offensive weapons. The Miners pretty clearly targeted players who were prolific in high school that may not have received the recruiting attention their numbers would usually dictate — guys like Austin Vandegrift QB Alex Fernandes, who sparkled for the Vipers; or Refugio LB Kobie Herring, the son of RHS coach Jason Herring that helped bring the Bobcats a title this year. Overall, this class won’t move the needle nationally, but they have a couple of signees that could blossom into bona fide stars.

2017 UTEP Miners Signees

NamePositionSchool
Calvin BrownholtzQBJesuit (CA)
Alex FernandesQBAustin Vandegrift
Kalaii GriffinSVentura College (CA)
Kobie HerringLBRefugio
David LuceroTEArizona Western College
Cutter LeftwichOLEl Paso Franklin
Forest McKeeFBOnate (NM)
Trace MascorroDLRefugio
Kahani SmithSRiverside CC (CA)
Jalen SpadyOLHuntsville (AL)
Jamar SmithLBHolmes CC (GA)
Javaughn ThomasDE/LBEl Paso High
James TupouLBAllen
Brent UgochukwuLBRichmond George Ranch
Joshua WellsLBEl Paso Parkland
Tyson WilsonDBMcKinney

UTSA Roadrunners

Greg Tepper’s Analysis

Star of the Class: CB Tay’lor Perry (Crosby)
Sleeper of the Class: ATH Dadrian Taylor (Shiner)
Frank Wilson was brought in from LSU based largely on his reputation as a recruiting ace, and that showed in his first full class, undoubtedly the best class in UTSA’s young history. The Roadrunners pounded the local pavement, signing some of San Antonio and south Texas’ brightest stars, including Schertz Clemens star QB Frank Harris and Shiner’s Taylor, who was brilliant for the Comanches for four full seasons. The defense got an upgrade here, led by a pair of corners in Samuel Barnes from Richmond George Ranch and Crosby’s Perry. Also of note: the Roadrunners signed three tight ends, including Victoria East’s Chance McLeod. Needless to say, the first year under Frank Wilson — from the program’s first bowl berth to this class — has been a rousing success.

2017 UTSA Roadrunners Signees

NamePositionSchool
Samuel BarnesCBRichmond George Ranch
Josh DunlopOLDodge City CC (KS)
BJ DanielsRBPalm Bay (FL)
Kevin DavisOLAngleton
Robert FuentesDESA Southwest
Michael GoffTESA Johnson
De'Marco GuidryLBLa Marque
Frank HarrisQB Schertz Clemens
Jaylon HanesDEWharton
Morris Joseph Jr.DLWest Orange-Stark
Michael MooreCBPalomar College (CA)
Chance McLeodTEVictoria East
Javontavius MosleyCBJohn Tyler
Dominic PastucciOLPflugerville Hendrickson
Donovan PerkinsLBZachary (LA)
Tay'lor PerrySCrosby
Bryce RiversQBSA Stevens
Jay Jay SmithSMississippi Gulf Coast CC
Keeyon SmartOLKilgore JC
Dadrian TaylorWRShiner
Robert UrsuaTEPalomar College (CA)
Vance VallairCBBeaumont Central
Tariq WoolenWRFW Arlington Heights

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