Prospect on the Rise
Frisco Lebanon Trail 2021 WR Drew Donley (6'1, 170) picked up his first Power Five conference offer from Ole Miss.
Donley has 23 offers in total as schools like Arkansas State, Boise State, Cincinnati, Hawaii, Tulsa and ULM have also stepped up.
The DCTF three-star prospect is known as one of the state's fastest prospects, checking in with a 10.57 100-meter dash.
Donley's father (Doug) played wide receiver at Ohio State and for the Dallas Cowboys.
Commit of the Week
Mansfield Summit 2021 OL Jacoby Jackson (6'6, 320) committed to TCU over offers from
Jackson checks in as the No. 9 OT in the state and the No. 83 prospect overall in the DCTF Hot 100.
Next Level Athlete Scouting Report: Possesses college-ready size with impressive height and mass. Run-game bull who overwhelms smaller defenders at the point of attack. Takes his target to the ground if the opportunity arises. Could project to tackle or guard depending on continued athletic development.
Underclassman of the Week
Corpus Christi Flour Bluff 2022 OL Johnny Dickson (6'3, 280) picked up his first offer from Oklahoma State.
Texas and Texas A&M have also been showing the dominant offensive lineman recent interest, as his recruitment may be in line for a huge spike.
Dickson was a preseason 5A Division I all-state selection in the summer edition of Dave Campbell's Texas Football magazine.
Recruits of the Week
The Elite 11 finals (June 29-July 1) roster has been set, and seven of the 20 participants are from the Lone Star State. The "Elite 11" will be named at the conclusion of The Elite 11 Finals.
TXHSFB Elite 11 Partcipants:
Dematrius Davis - North Shore
Committed to Auburn.
Kyron Drones - Shadow Creek
Committed to Baylor.
Grayson James - Plano John Paul II
Offers from Abilene Christian, Texas State, ULM, UAB and more.
Maddox Kopp - Houston St. Thomas
Offers from Houston, Texas State, Tulane and more.
Behren Morton - Eastland
Committed to Texas Tech.
Garrett Nussmeier - Flower Mound Marcus
Committed to LSU.
Kaidon Salter - Cedar Hill
Committed to Tennessee.
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