Prospect on the Rise
This week we focus in on Wellington 2020 TE John Holcomb (6'5, 215).
Holcomb added a new offer from Indiana in the Big 10 to go with offers from Abilene Christian and Kansas.
Wellington is starting to become quite the 2A recruiting hotbed after sending mammoth OL Trevor Roberson to Texas Tech in the 2019 cycle and with it now being apparent that Holcomb will have the Power Five Conference opportunity in 2020.
Commit of the Week
TCU picked up a commitment from Hutto 2020 WR Dajon Harrison (5'10, 180).
Harrison selected the Horned Frogs over offers from Arizona State, Boston College, Louisiana and Rice.
The Frogs picked up a speedy prospect who will likely play in the slot in Fort Worth, but he does have some skills on defense as well.
Next Level Scouting Report: "Harrison's acceleration is exceptional. He plays really fast on both sides of the ball (CB and WR) and has a hot motor. He has the foot speed and has a quick change of direction and is more polished as a WR. Will catch the ball with hands and pluck the high ball. Harrison is a threat to make plays on both sides of the ball."
Underclassman of the Week
Atascocita OT Kam Dewberry (6'4, 285) picked up a new offer from Texas A&M following a dominant performance at The Opening Regional Camp stop in Houston.
The Aggies join Baylor on Dewberry's early offer list.
Dewberry was named as one of the Top 25 freshmen in the state in Dave Campbell's Texas Football's Rising Magazine.
Dewberry is in the early running to be the top overall prospect in the state in the 2022 cycle.
Recruit of the Week
Bellaire Episcopal 2021 OT Donavon Jackson (6'4, 308) is amid a tremendous off-season.
He was named to the All-American All-Combine Team and made the Top 5 OL at the Next Level Athlete Top 100 showcase in Houston.
On Saturday, he picked up OL MVP honors at The Opening regional camp stop in Houston.
Jackson is considered as one the most elite prospects in the state in the 2021 cycle and already holds offers from: Memphis, Ohio State, LSU, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Vanderbilt, Baylor, Houston, Kansas, Syracuse, Mississippi State, Texas, Oklahoma State, Nebraska, SMU, TCU, Michigan State, Stanford, Northwestern and Michigan.