Prospect Guide: Shadow Creek is One of the State's Top Talent-Producing Programs

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First-year Shadow Creek head coach Tyrone Green, who played his college ball at Houston, takes over a talented squad that boasts one of the nation's most loaded senior groups.


OL Austine Anyia (6'5, 295): The anchor of the offensive line, Anyia is an offensive tackle who started to emerge on the FBS radar with offers from UTEP and UTSA in the spring evaluation period. He runs well for such a big frame and can overpower at the point of attack.

WR Rahim Hutchins (6'1, 170): A speedy and athletic wide receiver who boasts a 10.67 100-meter dash and a 23-6 long jump. Hutchins was one of the spring's hottest recruits, surpassing the double-digit offer mark, including Houston, Memphis, and Nebraska, which have surged toward the top of the list of his interests.

DB Cameron Jamerson (6'1, 175): The move-in from California had a monster camp season, securing offers from Houston, TCU, Kansas State and more following a strong showing at TCU's DFW Showcase, where he posted a 4.50 40-yard dash. The rangy, sticky defender will add another showcase piece in an already-loaded secondary.

WR Ashton Jones (6'3, 180): The Baylor commit is one of the state's best outside receiver prospects. Jones uses his size and strength to outmuscle defenders for tough catches. His physicality and willingness to block in the run game provide an added dimension to his game.

S Kyle Peterson (6'0, 175): He does have a double-digit offer list, but Peterson is still one of the state's under-the-radar gems, standing out on a team loaded with talent. He led the district with four interceptions last season and added seven PBUs. He is a physical safety who can cover, which is the definition of the position.

DL Donnovan Rogers-McNeil (6'1, 275): My sleeper pick on the 2025 roster; it is hard to believe he does not have an offer. He is quick off the line for his size and uses his hands well to disengage from blockers, often commanding a double team. Moderate length may give some pause, but he more than makes up for it with his disruption and motor. A 4.2 GPA boosts his profile.

CB Cobey Sellers (6'1, 175): The DCTF four-star and Texas A&M verbal commitment is the No. 25 prospect in the 2025 DCTF Rising Hot 100. He has the skills and size to excel on the island at the next level and has showcased a high football IQ playing multiple positions, including quarterback, in high school.

WR JaCorey Watson (6'0, 170): The DCTF four-star has racked up over 20 scholarship offers with a top five of Baylor, Boston College, Houston, Ole Miss and Texas A&M. The Cougars made a big impression on his first official visit and could be the team to beat. On the field, Watson is a lightning bolt with cat-like quickness and the ability to embarrass would-be tacklers.

LB Anthony Williams (6'3, 200): The TCU commit checks in at No. 67 in the Hot 100 and brings plenty of defensive versatility to the table. Williams is a rangy linebacker whose lateral quickness and ability to change direction on a dime enable him to make crucial stops in open space. He's equally effective against the run and pass.

Other Names to Know: K Aidan Bui (5'9, 150), DB Caleb Harrison (6'2, 175), WR George Kirkland (5'10, 170), OL Chace Murray (6'0, 285), OL Aidan Oliver (6'1, 265), QB Joseph Stewart (6'0, 175), LB Ethan Tinney (6'1, 215)


DB Jarone Bell (6'0, 175): Bell has continued to evolve into an FBS-level talent as he has added size and mass to his frame. He picked up his first two offers in January from Utah and Arkansas State. He closes quickly and shows good zone coverage awareness.

WR Chris Stewart (6'0, 175): On a team loaded with talent at the position, Stewart led the district in receiving as a sophomore in 2023. He collected 654 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns. He has been rewarded with significant offers, including Texas, Texas A&M, Alabama, Florida, Michigan, Oklahoma, Tennessee and USC. He is fast with excellent ball skills.

ATH Carter Stewart (6'0, 165): A long and rangy athlete who will likely play in the defensive secondary at the next level. UNLV was his first offer in the spring evaluation period.

Another name to Know: LB Tommy Baker (6'2, 230)


DB Kevin Jackson (6'0, 165): The secret is getting out about this 2027 phenom as he recently secured his first offer from Texas Tech. Jackson quickly passes the eyeball test with an impressive frame and long arms for breaking up passes. Additionally, he has an elite track background. He was the 12u long jump national champion and finished 6th nationally in the 400-meter dash in 2024.

RB Tristan Willis (5'9, 165): Could be this year's breakout candidate. Willis had a dominant year at the sub-varsity level and has the coaches excited about his potential. He is a quick-twitch RB with the speed to run away from defenders.

Other Names to Know: WR Tyrone Dennis (5'9, 150), DB Cameron Hebert (5'8, 150), OL Dominic Lee (6'2, 260), DL Deniem Scott (5'10, 225), DB Brandon Sherrard (6'2, 165), OL Dillion Usher (6'1, 270), OL Demarcus West (6'3, 270)

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