Top TXHSFB Recruits Earn Invites to Under Armour All-America Game, Future 50

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Under Armour All-America Game Invites

WR Demond Demas (6'4, 185) - Tomball: The Texas A&M commit dominated the camp in Houston, most notably posting a 42.2" vertical jump in the testing portion. Demas is rated as the No.1 WR prospect in the state. He transferred from North Forest to Tomball over the break. 

WR Marvin Mims (6'1, 170) - Frisco Lone Star: Mims earned his invitation powered by a strong performance at the Dallas event. Mims, who racked up over 1,100 yards and scored 14 touchdowns in 2018, has collected over 25 scholarship offers from Arkansas, TCU, Texas A&M, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Notre Dame, Baylor, Oklahoma, and more.

QB Haynes King (6'3, 175) - Longview: King has been on a remarkable run. He helped lead the Lobos to a state championship and now he has cashed his ticket to the prestigious All-American contest. King is a dual-threat with a cannon for an arm. Will he rate as the No. 1 QB in Texas when releases its rankings later this spring? Baylor, Auburn, Arkansas, LSU, and TCU are some of the schools vying for his signature. 

TE Drew Sanders (6'5, 220) - Denton Ryan: The Oklahoma commit stars on offense and defense for the Raiders, but he has been dominating the cap scene as a tight end. He was named as a Top 10 WR/TE performer at the Next Level Athlete Showcase in Dallas.    

UA Future 50 Invites 

QB Dematrius Davis (5'10, 200) - North Shore: Davis is one of the hottest quarterback prospects in the nation after helping lead the Mustangs to state title. Offers have come in from schools like Baylor, LSU, Texas A&M, Florida State, Arkansas, SMU, Nebraska, Virginia Tech, and more. 

WR Cody Jackson (6'0, 175) - Richmond Foster: Jackson joined the 1,000-yard club as a sophomore in 2018. He has picked up recent offers from Texas and Michigan to go with offers from Oklahoma, Baylor, Texas State, Houston, Tulsa, LSU, Tulane, Oregon, TCU, Oklahoma State, Arkansas, and Texas Tech. 

WR Jojo Earle (5'10, 165) - Aledo: Earle was one of the top performers regardless of class at the Next Level Athlete Top 100 Showcase in Dallas. Texas Tech, Texas, Tulsa, TCU, Kansas, Arkansas, and Michigan have all offered. 

OT Tommy Brockermeyer (6'6, 270): Brockermeyer has shot up the recruiting charts lately. He was the OL MVP at the NLA Dallas Showcase and has secured double-digit scholarship offers headlined by Texas, Oklahoma, Auburn, Arkansas, Michigan, LSU, Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, and TCU. 

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