Argyle - TE Jasper Lott (2021): Transferred from JSerra Catholic High School in California. Lott is a versatile tight end who moves well and shows good mobility on tape. He has secured offers from Colorado, LSU, TCU and Vanderbilt.
Cedar Hill - QB Kaidon Salter (2021): Salter will get tested right out of the gates with a big game against Allen in week one in the Tom Landry Classic. Colleges will be watching his development closely in the early stages of the season, but look for him to get better game by game.
Denton Guyer - ATH KJ Liggins (2021): Liggins is a player who could make an impact on both sides of the football, but his explosion and quick-twitch ability at wideout give QB Eli Stowers a receiver who can deliver a home-run. Liggins has offers from Texas A&M, SMU, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi State and Syracuse
DeSoto - OT Armaj Adams-Reed (2020): Adams-Reed started to open some eyes on the recruiting trail after a strong showing at the Nike Camp at The Star in Frisco. Offers have come in from Illinois State, North Texas, Oklahoma Baptist, East Central, Fordham, Utah State, Southern Miss and Tennessee State. He could be a gamechanger up front for the Eagles.
Duncanville - ILB Kendrick Blackshire (2021): At 6-foot-2, 250 pounds, Blackshire is a big hitter who moves exceptionally well for a player with his attributes. He has been dealing with a knee injury, so his status is currently unclear heading into week one. Offers from Baylor, SMU, Texas, Texas A&M, LSU, Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma and many more.
Flower Mound Marcus - WR J.Michael Sturdivant (2021): The transfer from Kansas opened a lot of eyes this spring and summer taking over for LSU's Marcel Brooks, who was one of the state's most electrifying playmakers. Offers from SMU, Arkansas, Cal, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Kansas and more.
Fort Bend Hightower - WR Latrelle Neville (2021): A big-bodied wide receiver who recently named a top 10 of Texas, Texas Tech, Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State and Oklahoma. Neville is a game-changing talent that joins a Hightower roster that has an impressive mix of talent on its roster and could be a sleeper after a 3-8 season in 2018.
Frisco Lone Star - QB Chandler Galban (2020): An experienced quarterback who passed for over 2,000 yards as a junior and ran a laser-timed 4.77 40-yard dash. Galban is verbally committed to Nevada.
Klein Oak - DB Dwight McGlothern (2020): A four-star prospect who checks in at No. 43 in the DCTF Hot 100. Helped lead Cedar Hill Trinity Christian to a state title in 2018. Considering offers from schools like Arkansas, LSU, Georgia, Southern Cal and Oregon.
Klein Oak - LB Tylan George (2020): George comes in from Aldine Davis, and he should be a tone-setter against opposing rushing games. The Klein Oak defense could be one of the best in the state. George has already verbally committed to Incarnate Word.
Mansfield Timberview - RB Jaden Hullaby (2020): This duo helped power Bishop Dunne to a state title in 2018. Jaden is a DCTF three-star prospect who is verbally committed to Texas. His younger brother Landon also joins him on the roster and he is a lockdown Class of 2022 cornerback who is already grabbing national attention.
Royse City - WR Ketron Jackson (2021): Should be one of the most impactful transfers. Jackson is one of the state's most lethal offensive weapons. A receiver with bonafide speed and vertical playmaking skills. Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Baylor, Alabama, Nebraska, Arkansas and LSU have offered.
Shadow Creek - ATH Seth Jones (2020): The St. Pius X transfer is known for his playmaking ability at wide receiver, but there are a lot of college coaches who believe that he could be a potential all-conference type of player in the defensive backfield. Committed to Baylor.
Spring Westfield - RB Kendal Taylor (2020): Taylor will make a state championship contender even stronger. The one-time Houston commit is one of the state's most versatile backs with a top five of SMU, Texas State, Texas Tech, UTSA, and Utah State.
The Woodlands - WR Theodore Knox (2021): The transfer from Louisiana is known for his speed. He posted a blazing fast 4.42 laser-timed 40-yard dash in the spring. Offers have been flowing in from schools like Baylor, Houston, Texas, Alabama, Arizona State, Colorado, Mississippi State and Tennessee.
Wolfforth Frenship - QB Donovan Smith (2020): The son of Texas Tech RB coach Deandre Smith. Donovan has already issued a verbal commitment to play for the Red Raiders. He transferred in from Las Vegas Bishop Gorman, a school known for producing top recruits.
Other Prospect Transfers to Note:
Aledo - WR Money Parks (2020); Cy-Lakes - QB Sofian Massoud (2020); DeSoto - TE Javon Charles (2020); DeSoto - QB Samari Collier (2021); DeSoto - WR Jaedon Wilson (2021); Frisco - ATH Chase Lowery (2021); Frisco Reedy - QB Jalen Kitna (2021); Katy - CB Bobby Taylor (2022); Mansfield Timberview - Landon Hullaby (2022); McKinney Boyd - S Plae Wyatt (2020); North Forney - WR Kameron Allen (2020); Shadow Creek - CB Jalen Emery (2021); Stafford - QB Cameron Peters (2020); The Woodlands - LB Martrell Harris (2022)
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