DCTF RISING 2025 Hot 100: The Five-Star Watchlist

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39 Names Added to the 2025 DCTF Five-Star Watchlist (3/21/23)

In each recruiting cycle, DCTF names five five-star prospects. Here are the early odds on favorites to land one of the coveted spots. 

ATH Tory Blaylock - Humble Atascocita:

ATH Demetrius Brisbon - Tyler Chapel Hill

WR Royal Capell - Cibolo Steele:

WR Deion Deblanc - Galena Park North Shore

WR Quanell X Farrakhan Jr. - The Woodlands

OT Michael Fasusi - Lewisville:

WR Ja'kayden Ferguson - Fort Bend Marshall:

DE Max Granville - Fort Bend Christian:

WR Gracen Harris - Ennis:

QB Ty Hawkins - San Antonio Johnson:

OT Ty Haywood - Denton Ryan:

DL Lance Jackson - Texarkana Pleasant Grove:

WR Andrew Marsh - Katy Jordan:

WR Daylan McCutcheon - Lovejoy:

LB Parker Meese - Parish Episcopal:

DE Kamauryn Morgan - Red Oak:

WR Jaden Perez - San Antonio Brandeis:

CB Deyjhon Pettaway - Katy Paetow:

CB Tyren Polley - Duncanville:

S Sael Reyes - DeSoto:

RB Deondrae Riden - DeSoto:

LB Kelvion Riggins - South Oak Cliff:

DE Landon Rink - Cy-Fair:

OT Lamont Rogers - Mesquite Horn:

CB Devin Sanchez - Galena Park North Shore:

DT DJ Sanders - Bellville:

ATH Cobey Sellers - Shadow Creek:

WR Daylon Singleton - DeSoto:

QB Kevin Sperry - Prosper Rock Hill:

RB Rickey Stewart - Tyler Chapel Hill:

ATH Michael Terry III - Alamo Heights:

DL Xavier Ukponu - Denton Guyer:

TE Jack Van Dorselaer - Southlake Carroll:

WR JaCorey Watson - Shadow Creek:

S Jonah Williams - Galveston Ball:

WR Taz Williams - Red Oak:

WR Adrian Wilson - Pflugerville Weiss:

DE Chad Woodfork - Summer Creek: 

RB Riley Wormley - Colleyville Heritage: 

Duncanville's Dakorien Moore Named First DCTF Five-Star in '25 (1/11/2023)

Duncanville 2025 WR Dakorien Moore (5'11, 175) has been named as the first DCTF five-star prospect in the Class of 2025.

Moore has already racked up 29 scholarship offers featuring schools like Alabama, Baylor, Florida, LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M and USC. 

As a sophomore, Moore helped lead the Panthers to the 6A Divison I state championship, collecting 44 receptions for 764 yards and six touchdowns. 

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