Which Top 2024 TXHSFB Prospects are Unsigned?

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ATH Terry Bussey (5'10, 170) - Timpson: The DCTF five-star is one of the highest-rated unsigned players in the nation. He remains committed to Texas A&M as schools like Alabama, LSU and USC try to flip him. 

ATH Will Henderson (5'10, 170) - Gilmer: The No. 8 ATH had a tremendous performance in Gilmer's state title win. His 10.28 speed translates to the field. SFA pushed hard to sign him, but he did not ink. 

ATH Kam Robinson (6'0, 185) - Lancaster: The one-time Tulsa commit predominantly played safety in 2023. He emerged as the defensive leader, showing good range in pass coverage. 

DL Jason Douglas (6'3, 250) - DeSoto: If you want a highly productive and versatile defender up front, then Douglas is a prospect to know. Texas State, Sam Houston and Bowling Green all did in-home visits with him in December. 

QB Kellen Tasby (6'6, 215) - Plano Prestonwood: The Tulane commit did not sign in the Eary Signing Period as his coaching staff situation was in flux. Houston (where his coaches went) still needs to get a QB in its 2024 class. 

S Lavonte Johnson (6'3, 180) - Galena Park North Shore: Helped lead North Shore to the state title game. Has experience playing safety and corner. His frame screams potential. 

OLB Brandon Jones (6'0, 190) - South Oak Cliff: Jones collected over 300 tackles the past two seasons. He is a highly productive tackler with a nose for the football and a high football IQ. 

LB Markus Boswell (6'1, 200) - Lake Travis: Boswell officially visited SFA just before the Early Signing Period began, but he remains uncommitted. He's an athletic backer with an upside. 

RB Taji Atkins (5'9, 175) - Spring Westfield: The one-time Boise State commit is just fun to watch, possessing a well-rounded set of skills. He attacks run lanes, catches the ball well, and has 10.79 100-meter speed.

WR Heath McRee (6'0, 170) - Austin Westlake: The younger brother of USC TE Lake McRee is a good route-runner with 10.83 speed. He backed off of a commitment to Houston following the coaching change. Marshall is his latest offer. 

TE Jewlyen Roberts (6'5, 235) - Richardson Pearce: A very athletic, big tight end who can play attached or split out wide. He is also a tremendous baseball player. UIW, Lamar and Akron all offered him after the season ended. 

DE Jaylin Jones (6'4, 215) - Beaumont West Brook: The DCTF three-star recently decommitted from Purdue. A good basketball player who has intriguing length and a high athletic upside. 

OL Braden Smith (6'4, 280) - Franklin: Tarleton (where is committed) did not announce any signings in the Early Signing Period, possibly leaving the door open for a team that wants an OL who transitioned from TE and possesses a mean streak.

OL Ezomo Oratokhai (6'3, 270) - Lake Travis: Has experience playing left tackle for one of the state's most well-coached teams. Oratokhai is probably a better fit inside, but he has the strength and size to transition quickly.

DT Ashton Coker (6'2, 275) - Katy Taylor: He may be the best interior DL in Katy ISD. Decommitted from La. Tech on Thursday. Coastal Carolina was quick to offer. The younger brother of TCU OL Andrew Coker.

CB Charles Jones (6'2, 190) - Rockwall-Heath: A long-armed defensive back who outplays his current offer list. Jones is committed to Texas A&M Commerce but did not sign. He has an FBS skillset. 

CB Carson Williams (5'11, 165) - Spring Westfield: Some college will get a steal in this ultra-aggressive corner. He has tremendous ball skills, earning first-team all-district honors. 

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