Dave Campbell's Texas Football has updated The 2020 TXHSFB Hot 100.
DCTF is partnered with Next Level Athlete to help create our TXHSFB Hot 100 in the Class of 2020.
The Texas high school football coach’s recommendation and in-person evaluations play a significant role in DCTF’s rankings process. Through those combined efforts we try to provide our fans an accurate guideline to track the top college-bound prospects in the state.
A New No. 1
Jaxon Smith-Njigba (Rockwall): The talented pass-catcher had a historic TXHSFB career. He was at his best in pressure situations. The Ohio State signee is the total package away from the field. Testing wise, the five-star prospect has what it takes to make NFL scouts happy, but it is his unmatched production, consistency, and hand strength that makes him special.
ATH Drew Sanders (Denton Ryan): Sanders has great film and raw untapped upside as a defensive prospect. A two-way standout with NFL No. 1 pick potential. The Alabama signee will likely transition to defense (WDE) full time in Tuscaloosa. On that side of the ball, he plays with a nasty streak and has a rare blend of strength and quickness. Sanders is the No. 2 prospect in the state.
CB Jaylon Jones (Cibolo Stele): The Texas A&M signee has the size of a safety with the skillsets of a cornerback. You rarely find such a blend of assets in a DB. Jones is a smart player who understands the game. He is always striving to become a better player. Jones should draw some comparisons to former TXHSFB greats like Jamal Adams or Jeff Okudah. Jones is the No. 5 prospect in the state.
CB Ennis Rakestraw (Duncanville): He plays on a team loaded with talent, but he was able to grab the spotlight with a strong senior season. Rakestraw is an aggressive corner who possesses the height and length to lock down the opposition's No. 1 outside threat.
OT Casey Collier (Barbers Hill): Collier makes a big jump up after a strong senior year of tape. Collier has the right blend of size, length, and upside to develop into an all-conference type of player at USC.
ATH Frank Brown (Houston Sterling): You don't earn the nickname 'Showtime' without making some highlight-worthy plays, and Brown's senior tape is full of them. He had a seven touchdown performance in a 49-19 win over Northside. Kevin Sumlin and his staff at Arizona dipped into the Lone Star State and got a steal.
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