Class of 2023: Top 5 Uncommitted WR Prospects in Texas

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Johntay Cook (6-0, 170) - DesotoCook has earned 40 scholarship offers from most of the country's elite programs, but he recently cut the schools he is considering down to five. Texas A&M, Michigan, Texas, Florida and Jackson State all remain and will be desperately trying to land Cook's committment. His combination of shifty speed and elite route-running will make him a valuable weapon wherever he ends up. Cook is ranked as the No. 4 overall player and No. 1 receiver in Texas.

Jalen Hale (6-2, 175) - LongviewHale is the No. 6 overall player and No. 2 wide receiver in the state and currently holds 35 scholarship offers. He cut his list down to six schools in May, leaving only Ohio State, USC, Alabama, Georgia, Texas A&M and Texas. Hale is outstanding at coming down with contested catches and is also dangerous with the ball in his hands after the catch. 

Jaquaize Pettaway (5-11, 170) - Houston LanghamPettaway is the No. 8 player and No. 3 receiver in Texas and holds 29 offers. He cut his list of schools down to 10 in March leaving Texas, Georgia, OU, LSU, Oregon, Ole Miss, Houston, Ohio State, TCU and Cincinnati vying for his committment.  The receiver also competes in track, making him a dangerous play waiting to happen on the football field. His impressive acceleration will make him tough to deal with at the next level. 

Jaden Greathouse (6-3, 205) - Austin WestlakeGreathouse is the No. 26 player and No. 6 receiver in Texas and currently holds offers from 14 schools. Greathouse cut his list of schools down to Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Texas and South Carolina in May. He has great size, which makes him a difficult vertical cover, and is also a willing blocker in the run game. Greathouse will continue to be a challenging red-zone cover wherever he ends up. 

Jonah Wilson (6-3, 200) - Spring DekaneyWilson is the No. 42 player and No. 7 receiver in Texas, and holds 16 offers, including ones from Texas and Ohio State. Wilson is a converted quarterback who had the size and instincts to smoothly make the transition to receiver. His big body and high-point ability makes him a difficult cover on any deep ball thrown his way. His recruitment will continue to pick up throughout the summer and his senior year, and he will be a valuable commitment for the team who earns it. 


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