Stewart F. House - Special Contributor 1 - Allen / With Murray at quarterback, wide receiver and Notre Dame pledge Jalen Guyton and highly recruited tackles Greg Little and Bobby Evans, Allen’s offense should dominate. Fleener said Evans, an Oklahoma pledge, might be overlooked because of Little, the No. 1 Class of 2016 recruit in the nation, according to
John F. Rhodes - Special Contributor 2 - DeSoto / Tristen Wallace (6-2, 225), was Desmon White’s backup last season, and the junior already has scholarship offers from Indiana and Nebraska. DeSoto’s new players will join returnees such as receivers Kevin Thomas and Akile Davis, running back Jatory Sparks-Brown, defensive lineman Bryce English and linebacker Chris Orr.
David Minton - DRC 3 - Cedar Hill / WR DaMarkus Lodge is one of three Cedar Hill players ranked among the top 35 nationally at their position by Richard Moore (171 tackles, including 30 for loss) is No. 25 at OLB, and Aca’Cedric Ware (1,270 yards, 11 touchdowns rushing) is No. 35 at RB. Those three, along with highly recruited DB Darrell Miller (4.49 40-yard dash), are among eight Cedar Hill players with college offers.
Louis DeLuca - Staff Photographer 4 - Euless Trinity / The Trojans returning to form in 2013, making a strong playof run and nearly eliminating eventual semifinalist DeSoto. OL Patrick Vahe, a Texas commit, helps anchor the big Trinity line.
Louis DeLuca - Staff Photographer 5 - Southlake Carroll / Always a force at the big school level, Southlake Carroll sits and No. 5 in our rankings after spring workouts. Last season, Southlake was eliminated in the playoffs by now-district counterpart Euless Trinity. QB Ryan Agnew could be the x-factor for their performance in 2014.
Steve Hamm - Special Contributor 6 - Skyline / WR Carlos Strickland, the No. 2 receiver in the SportsDay area 100, is going to be the focal point of the Skyline offense. Currently, he holds offers from Alabama, Clemson, LSU, Ohio St., Oklahoma St. and others.
Louis DeLuca - Staff Photographer 7 - Coppell / RB Charles West is the do-everything back for Coppell's offense and the dynamic senior holds offers from BYU, KSU, Purdue, SDSU, Texas Tech and others.
John F. Rhodes - Special Contributor 8 - Arlington Martin / Head coach Bob Wager has some big shoes to fill with the graduation of now A&M freshman Myles Garrett. Garrett was the SportsDay defensive player of the year, and now the rebuilding process begins. Wager does have six defensive starters returning including LB Josh Watson (141 tackles, 7 sacks, 2 blocked kicks).
9 - Denton Guyer / Coach John Walsh has a near embarrassment of riches at the quarterback position even after the graduation of superstar Jerrod Heard. The QBs competing for the starting job this spring include David Haynes, Kevin Dillman (a move-in and one of the country's top prospects) and Saginaw Chisholm Trail dual-threat transfer Shawn Robinson.
Michael Ainsworth - Staff Photographer 10 - Arlington Bowie / ATH Tony James, the No. 25 overall prospect in the SportsDay area recruiting rankings, is the engine behind Bowie's very fast offense. A TCU commit, James could continue the growing Arlington-to-Fort Worth football pipeline.
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