Spring Evaluation TXHSFB Transfer Tracker: Son of Texas A&M Legend Enrolls at SOC

Cameron Melvin (Photo: Greg Powers)

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South Oak Cliff: 2025 QB/ATH Reggie McNeal Jr. (6'0, 175) confirmed reports that he has enrolled at South Oak Cliff. As a junior in 2023, McNeal starred at Houston Heights, passing for 1,450 yards and 14 touchdowns and rushing for 415 yards and eight scores. He earned all-district honors. McNeal is the son of former Texas A&M quarterback Reggie McNeal, who is fourth in school history with 6,992 passing yards and appeared on the cover of Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine in 2005. 

Anna: The Coyotes were the beneficiaries of 2025 WR Ashton Ansley's (6'4, 170) move to the Dallas area from Tomball Memorial. This is a key addition to an offense looking to replace its biggest playmaker, Tulsa signee WR Jacob Emmers. Ansley is rated as a DCTF three-star prospect and has offers from Florida, Louisiana Tech, Ole Miss, South Carolina, UTEP and Arkansas State. 

Pflugerville Weiss: The Wolves will field one of the state's most impressive offensive units. Three-star 2025 RB DJ Dugar (6'0, 200) will join 2025 RB Braiden Wooley (5'7, 165) after moving in from Leander Glenn. This will be a true thunder-and-lightning backfield as each back's game should complement one another. Dugar has official visits scheduled with Kansas State and Oklahoma State

Sachse: The Mustangs will love the addition of Bowling Green 2025 CB commit CJ Wells (5'10, 165), who moved in from Mesquite Horn. Wells has had a strong offseason, showing out at the Under Armour Camp in Dallas and the OT7 tournament. 

Lancaster: The defense will benefit greatly from a pair of move-ins. 2025 LB Dakerian Johnson (6'3, 225) and 2026 LB Cameron Melvin (6'0, 230) are both players who should command recruiting attention. Johnson, who moved from Dallas Kimball, was the LB MVP at the Next Level Athlete Top 100 in Dallas. Melvin relocated to Texas from North Carolina. 

Shadow Creek: The transfer of 2025 QB Joseph Stewart (6'0, 180) from Fort Bend Hightower should instantly change the offense, allowing four-star 2025 WR JaCorey Watson to return to his original position. Stewart is an accomplished passer, throwing for over 5,400 yards and 55 TDs over the past two seasons. This could be a state-championship-caliber addition for first-year head coach Tyrone Green

Willis: The Wildkats will now be without Mr. Texas Football DJ Lagway, but its OL should be pretty impressive with a powerhouse like three-star 2025 OL Warren Nolen (6'3, 340) who moved over from The Woodlands. Nolen, the younger brother of Ole Miss DL Walter Nolen, boasts a 600-pound squat. 

Katy: TXHSFB fans better get familiar with 2027 ATH Myson Johnson-Cook (6'2, 220) who moved to Texas from Illinois. He already holds double-digit offers, including Baylor, Texas A&M, SMU, Georgia and Oregon, and could significantly contribute on either side of the ball. 


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