5. WR Jordan Whittington - Cuero
Whittington completely dominates games and scored six touchdowns and a state record 334 yards rushing in the state title game. He is a physical specimen who has tremendous vision and can make plays in traffic. Whittington secured over 30 offers before committing to Texas.
4. S Brian Williams - Bishop Dunne
Williams is a ball-hawk. He's a guy who will come downhill and blow up the run game, but he is also tremendous in coverage and had a plethora of high school interceptions. He can turn and run with receivers like a corner but has the size of a safety. Signed with Texas A&M.
3. OT Kenyon Green - Atascocita
Green has been a star since the first day he stepped onto the field for Atascocita, and he already has an abundance of experience facing off against college-level defensive linemen. He could play tackle or guard in college and dominated the Under Armour All-America Game. Signed with Texas A&M.
2. DE DeMarvin Leal - Converse Judson
Leal challenged for No. 1 spot after a dominating All-American Game performance in San Antonio. His combination of size and athleticism is freaky. Leal, who is committed to Texas A&M, is big enough and strong enough to chew up blocks but will apply a lot of pressure as well.
1. WR Garrett Wilson - Lake Travis
Wilson was a Mr. Do It All at Lake Travis. On offense, he seemed to be able to score touchdowns at will. He earned All-American honors. Wilson should be a day one contributor in college at Ohio State, where he signed in the early signing period.
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