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Malcom Brown, Brenham
Paul Boyette, Humble
Anthony Smith, Westfield
Jacobi Hunter, Cy Falls
Try running in the interior against these guys. Don’t see a lot of success happening there. Brown and Boyette (Texas), along with Smith (Texas Tech) and Hunt (TCU) are all committed to their respective programs.
Next in Line: Joey Hunt, El Campo
Taiwan Johnson, Manvel
Tyrone Taylor, Galena Park
Danielle Hunter, Morton Ranch
This is a crew who will for sure get after the quarterback. Johnson plays a sound game while the future Aggie Taylor is after the ball always. Hunter, though raw, is one who has a motor that won’t stop. Can’t teach the hustle.
Next line: Mitchell Meyers, The Woodlands
Ryan Flannigan, Marshall
A.J. Hilliard, Klein Oak
Kendall Ehrlich, Pearland
Tim Cole, Brenham
Garrett Hope, The Woodlands
Flannigan (Texas Tech) and Cole (Texas) will make their coaches smile after next season and Ehrlich and Hilliard will be a nice get for whatever college program can reel in these guys’ signature.
Next in Line: Ben Weaver, Klein
Kenneth Marshall, South Houston
Bralon Addison, Hightower
Devonte Thomas, Eisenhower
Ryan Santos, Klein Collins
A.J. Justice, Stratford
What? Addison on defense. Yes. For this purpose, we felt he was best served in this capacity. Of course, he will line up at wide receiver once in College Station, but would not be surprised if he was on the other side of the ball by 2014. With Marshall (Texas A&M), Thomas (Houston), Santos and Justice, there is one major and similar characteristic: they all don’t mind coming downhill and getting their hands dirty. Have to go with the guys who want to mix it up.
Next in Line: Dwight White Jr., Cy Fair
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Johnathan Johnson, Friendswood
He is great out of the backfield, but effective in the slot as well.
Deante' Gray, Westside
Pure speed. Just get the ball in his hands however you can. Would love to take credit for that, but surely coach Mark Byrd already knows this.
Troy Green, Brenham
Would love to see him at the linebacker position, but he is also a strong runner.
Emmanuel Williams, La Marque
Playing quarterback now, but can effective as a receiver on the next level.
E.J. Fatu, Klein Oak
Guys like Fatu always make the team. Just put him anywhere where there is plenty of contact. He thrives there.
Cody Small, Cy Woods
Last season was mainly at the defensive end position, but has worked on his offensive game this off-season. Looks good too.