Texas A&M WR Commit Demond Demas Gets Five-Star Nod

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Tomball 2020 WR Demond Demas (6'4, 210) has been awarded five-star status. He is the second player in Texas to capture the distinction, joining North Shore RB Zachary Evans. 

Demas has secured nearly 60 scholarship offers, making him the most highly sought after prospect in the Lone Star State in the 2020 cycle.  

Demas has already made an early verbal commitment to play his college ball in the SEC at Texas A&M, and he recently re-affirmed that he is 100% set on his future in College Station. 

As a junior, Demas hauled in 50 passes for 1,574 yards and 23 touchdowns to earn first team all-state honors. 

Demas has been named an All-American and will compete in the All-American Bowl in San Antonio in Jan. 2020. 

Demas has qualified for The Opening Finals after an impressive performance at The Opening Houston. He clocked a 4.43 40-yard dash, recorded a 4.3 pro-shuttle, and had a vertical jump of 37.3 inches.



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