Class of 2024: Top 10 TXHSFB Athletes

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Rankings Directory:
ATH | QB | RB | WR/TE | OT | Interior OL | DLLB | S | CB

1. Terry Bussey (5'11, 175) - Timpson: Passed for 2,177 yards and 26 touchdowns, rushed for 2,596 yards and 46 touchdowns, and collected 115 tackles and five INTs to be named Mr. Texas Football. 

Considering: Texas, Texas A&M, Alabama, LSU, Oklahoma

2. Aeryn Hampton (5'10, 175) - Daingerfield: Posted 1,161 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns, 74 tackles, and nine interceptions (five returned for TDs) to earn second-team all-state honors. 

Committed to Texas.

3. Derrick McFall (5'11, 175) - Tyler: Racked up 889 yards of total offense (passing, rushing, receiving) and six touchdowns to earn first-team all-district honors. 

Committed to UCLA.

4. Hunter Moddon (6'0, 175) - Clear Lake: Standout play on offense, defense, and special teams earned Moddon 24-6A Iron Man honors. 

Considering: Houston, Oregon, Utah, UTSA

5. Ahkhari Johnson (6'0, 180) - Texarkana Pleasant Grove: Passed for 1,710 yards, rushed for 856 yards and scored 33 touchdowns. 

Committed to Arkansas. 

6. Oliver Miles (6'1, 175) - El Campo: Completed 14 of 37 passes for 237 yards and three touchdowns, rushed for 743 yards and six touchdowns to earn Texas 12-4A Division I Utility Player of the Year honors as a junior in 2022.

Committed to Texas Tech.

7. Jaylen Boardley (6'0, 190) - Texarkana Pleasant Grove: Rushed for 1,219 yards and 20 touchdowns, caught 23 passes for 428 yards and four scores to earn first-team all-district honors. 

Considering: Baylor, Houston, SMU, UTSA, Arkansas

8. Joshua Smith (6'4, 200) - Crandall: Smith collected 53 receptions for 771 yards and eight touchdowns to earn first-team all-district honors as a junior in 2022.

Committed to Tulsa. 

9. Lorenzo Johnson Jr. (5'11, 170) - Madisonville: Collected 31 receptions for 800 yards and 10 touchdowns, 31 tackles, 10 PBUs, four INts, and returned two kicks and two punts for TDs to earn first-team all-district and second-team all-state honors. 

Committed to Texas Tech.

10. Roger Gradney (5'11, 170) - Rice Consolidated: He missed a majority of his junior season with an injury.

Committed to Nebraska.


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