Sleepers and Underclassmen of Note from the Dallas UA Camp

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Here are a few 2025, 2026 and 2027 prospects who caught our eye for various reasons at Sunday's Dallas UA Camp. For a list of top performances follow the link below.  

2025 ATH TJ Tillman—Amarillo Tascosa: After watching him work out in the secondary, we switched his position ranking from WR to ATH in the DCTF prospect rankings. The Texas Tech commit belonged with the top cornerbacks and got good reviews from the UA staff we spoke with after the camp. 

2025 S Torrall Stocker Jr. - Red Oak: He's stepping into his own spotlight on a team loaded with a talented roster. He has a tremendous frame and showed off good footwork in the DB drills. Schools like UTEP and North Texas have offered. P4s will take a hard look during the evaluation period. 

2026 DL Errol West - Denton Ryan: The 6-foot-0, 250-pounder has a good surge, plays with leverage and knows how to use his hands. His height shouldn't keep him under the radar because he's a 'football-playing dude' that coaches will love. North Texas and Texas State have offered. 

2026 OL Noah Best - Midlothian: Texas Tech got ahead of the field with an offer back in January. Best took home OL MVP honors as one of the top performers in drills and one-on-ones. 

2026 OT Felix Ojo—Mansfield Lake Ridge: He is highly athletic and has true left tackle upside. People were comparing him to Michael Fasusi, which is a great compliment. Baylor, Houston, SMU, Oklahoma and Tennessee offered. 

2026 DT Poe Siavii - DeSoto: Played at Brewer last season but is listed at DeSoto on the UA Camp roster. His addition to the Eagles defensive front will be important as he has a good skillset and size to match up favorably with any OL. 

2026 DE Kaleb Walker - Lindale: The next big thing in East Texas. Walker has the look and feel of an elite edge defender with long arms and big frame potential. Has early offers from Texas Tech, Houston, North Texas and UNLV. 

2026 DE Dycin Davis - Abilene Cooper: Davis has now caught our eye at the Next Level Athlete and the UA Camp. He has four offers (Baylor, Texas Tech, Iowa, North Texas) but could have double-digits soon enough. 

2026 OL Pupungatoa Katoa - Euless Trinity: All is right in the world when Euless Trinity is producing D1-level offensive linemen, and Katoa is a no-doubter. Strong and powerful at the point of attack. Nebraska and SMU were his first two offers.

2026 DB Jamarion Vincent - Waco Connally: When we were at Connally for Kobe Black's commitment ceremony, the coaches told us that Vincent was next up, and he looked the part of a D1 defender. 

2026 WR Henry "Hank" Harris - San Marcos: One of the most impressive specimens at the camp, regardless of position. Runs and moves well. He has P4 offers from Baylor, Texas Tech, and Cal, but is set for a huge breakout. 

2026 DT Kordae Houston - South Oak Cliff: Houston is set for a breakout season. Has added some good size to his frame and has some explosive qualities. Nevada has offered. 

2026 WR Jordan Clay - San Antonio Madison: We watched Clay at the Endzone 7v7 tournament and the UA Camp and walked away impressed with his catch-radius and ability to make lays over the top of defenders. He already has 15+ offers. 

There were several talented freshmen at the camp, which is not unheard of, but it was rare to see them compete at such a high and accomplished level. Denton Guyer's DE/TE Zane Rowe was one of the top performers regardless of class and his teammate Khyren Haywood is starting to come into his own. Arlington Lamar WR Trenton Yancey was consistently getting open and had a compact frame that would help him generate YAC.  Frisco Lone Star ATH Karece Hoyt worked out at receiver and looked like he belonged in a loaded group. Red Oak's Dhillon McGee also worked out at WR and can add depth to the secondary. Lewisville's 2027 class is loaded with talent and CB Taelyn Mayo and QB Tre Williams competed well. Mayo was pointed out for his strong footwork by UA DB Coach Don Cox, and he figures he is a national-level recruit of rare size on the island. 


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