Five 2020 Prospects in the Running for a Fourth Star

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OT Andrej Karic - Southlake Carroll
The Texas commit is an offensive lineman with a high upside. Karic is light on his feet, and that allows him to be highly effective getting to the second level to secure blocks. He will be even more effective after he adds the requisite mass in college.  

RB Taye McWilliams - Lamar Consolidated
The Baylor commit has a chance to be the Big 12's worst nightmare, a big-bodied back with legit 4.4 40-yard dash speed. He moves well in the open field for a bigger-framed runner making it hard for defenders to get a clean shot on him. 

WR Devin Price - A&M Consolidated
The Texas A&M commit missed the first part of the season due to injury, but he is making up for lost time with big game after big game. He is an exciting deep ball treat and not afraid to come across the middle to make tough catches.    

QB Ken Seals - Weatherford
The Vanderbilt commit has helped orchestrate one of the biggest turnarounds in TXHSFB. Just two seasons ago, Weatherford was winless. Seals has been putting up big numbers and plays with an aggressive, battling style. 

WR Parker Washington - FB Travis 
The Penn State commit has evolved from a one-time running back into one of the most well-rounded wide receivers in the state. He is one of the best route runners in the country with the ability to make you miss in the open field after he catches the football. 

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