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.
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New Four-Stars in the Updated DCTF Hot 100
The private school powerhouse debuts in the Top 100 at No. 26 powered by a strong senior season. Strickland may be the most impressive physical specimen in the 2021 in-state offensive line class. He is a nasty run blocker who plays with high levels of effort and physicality. Remington's punch stops defenders in their tracks.
The Texas commit who has drawn comparisons to Ed Oliver is No. 36. Murphy is a defensive tackle prospect with good quickness off the ball and an explosive first step. He uses his hands well to create separation. Murphy moves well laterally and plays with a high motor. He continues to add mass but has not lost any of the quicks that make him unique.
The Baylor commit rises up the list to No. 37. The small school star has the strength and size to dominate the line of scrimmage and the frame and upside to be considered a four-star recruit. Williams' versatility is an asset as he could play tackle, guard, or center at a very high level.
The Oregon commit moves back into the Top 50 at No. 46. Tilmon's length immediately draws attention. Tilmon has a tremendous wingspan and he knows how to use it whether he is keeping offensive linemen at bay or wrapping up quarterbacks. He has an overwhelming first step and he is an explosive presence off the edge.
The TCU commit had an amazing senior year and is up to No. 47. Watson was one of the state's most heavily pursued defensive prospects. He secured 30 offers throughout his recruitment. The defensive end hybrid is a willing and able tackler who plays downhill. Ball carriers rarely escape his grasp.
The second Baylor commit picking up a fourth star is the 6'5, 185-pound speedster from the Houston-area, who rises to No. 50. Bean possesses good speed and athleticism relative to his long and wiry frame. He is a deep, vertical threat who has the track speed to run by defensive backs and the leaping ability to high-point the ball—a dangerous combination of skills.
New Faces in the Updated DCTF Hot 100
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