Five Prospects Who Commanded Our Attention at the Grapevine SQT

Kenyan Kelly (Photo: Greg Powers)

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QB Keldric Luster (5'10, 225) - McKinney: Fresh off his commitment to SMU, the DCTF three-star quarterback helped McKinney qualify for the State 7-on-7 tournament. Luster showed his worth as a passer, showcasing a mighty arm. 

CB Warren Roberson (6'0, 180) - Red Oak: Roberson passes the eyeball test, as he has added some impressive weight to his frame. It is easy to see why he has been one of the state's hottest recruits in the offseason. He has an official visit coming up to USC and mentioned schools like Oklahoma State, Missouri, SMU, Florida State, Oregon and TCU when discussing his recruitment. 

WR Landon Ransom (6'0, 170) - Byron Nelson: One of the state's top sleepers might have been the MVP of the tournament. He was abusing defensive backs, showing off an impressive route tree. The DCTF three-star has offers from Rice, Arkansas State, Army and Navy. He is the epitome of a sleeper as he should be commanding more recruiting interest. 

S Brenden Jordan (6'0, 195) - Mansfield: We were impressed by Jordan's combination of size and range. He is a bigger-bodied, thick safety who can hang with receivers in a 7v7 setting, but he is even better in pads. Jordan is committed to Texas Tech, and the Red Raiders are getting a good one. 

S Kenyan Kelly (6'1, 180) - Denison: A prototype safety prospect who has already picked up offers from Baylor, TCU, Arkansas, Marshall, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma. Kelly is already rated as a DCTF four-star and backed it up. 


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