Mark M. Hancock - Special Contributor 1. Hebron DB Jamal Adams/ rating: 4-star/ rating: 5-star/ Adams is one of the top defensive backs remaining in the country. The 6-foot, 200 pounder has a top six of Florida, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Texas and Texas A&M. Only the Fighting Irish will not receive an official visit this fall. Adams is expected to make his decision shortly after his final visit at Texas on November 15.
Brad Loper - Staff Photographer 2. Coppell DE Solomon Thomas/ rating: 4-star/ rating: 4-star/ Thomas is far and way the most dominant defensive lineman in the metroplex and can make an immediate impact at the next level. The 6-foot-2, 265-pounder does not have a set list of favorites but said Texas, Stanford, Alabama, Notre Dame and Ohio State have been recruiting him the hardest.
3. Bishop Dunne CB Nick Watkins/ rating: 4-star/ rating: 4-star/ Watkins plays both way at Dunne but is considered one of the top defensive backs in the nation. The 6-foot, 190-pounder recently cut his list down to a top 12 but it appears Alabama, Notre Dame UCLA and Oregon are the current favorites to receive official visits.
Michael Ainsworth - Staff Photographer 4. Arlington Martin DE Myles Garrett/ rating: 4-star/ rating: 4-star/ Garrett is an animal coming off the edge and has extremely impressive offer list. The 6-foot-4, 240-pounder took another unofficial visit to Texas A&M list month, and the Aggies appear to be at the top of his list. Garrett has also taken unofficial visits to Alabama, Baylor and LSU.
Mark M. Hancock - Special Contributor 5. Arlington Bowie LB Edwin Freeman/ rating: 4-star/ rating: 4-star/ Freeman has the athleticism to play outside linebacker or safety at the next level. The 6-foot-1, 215-pounder has a top five of Texas, Texas A&M, TCU, LSU and Oklahoma and plans on making his final decision in the next couple of weeks.
Kye R. Lee - Staff Photographer 6. Dallas Carter ATH Corey Avery/ rating: 3-star/ rating: 3-star/ Avery will line up at running back and wide receiver for the Cowboys next season. At 5-foot-10, 185-pounds, Avery is a dangerous offensive weapon who is a threat to score at any time. Avery does not have a list of favorites but has visited Baylor and plans on visiting Nebraska, LSU Ohio State and Texas Tech.
Brad Loper - Staff Photographer 7. Bishop Dunne DB Payton Hendrix/ A transfer from Red Oak, Hendrix will be in the same defensive backfield as Watkins this season and has seen his recruitment skyrocket since arriving at Dunne. Hendrix now has over 20 offers and just picked one up from Notre Dame. The 6-foot-3, 190-pounder is high on the Fighting Irish as well as Texas Tech, Arkansas, Texas and Washington, which all received unofficial visits.
8. Rowlett DT Cedric Johnson/ rating: 3-star/ rating: 3-star/ Interior defensive linemen are hard to come by, and Johnson is definitely the best one in the area still on the board. The 6-foot-2, 280-pounder, however, is nearing a decision. He recently names a top four of Baylor, Kansas State, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.
Michael Ainsworth - Staff Photographer 9. Ennis DB JahShawn Johnson/ rating: 3-star/ rating: 3-star/ The son of former Dallas Cowboys defensive back Keith Davis, Johnson had plenty of options to choose from but is now down to a top three. Oklahoma State, TCU and Texas Tech all made the final cut for the 5-foot-10, 170-pounder.
Tom Fox - Staff Photographer 10. Mesquite Poteet ATH Verkedric Vaughns/ rating: 3-star/ rating: 3-star/ Vaughns plays wide receiver and cornerback at Poteet and could also play on both sides of the ball at the next level. The 5-foot-10, 180-pounder decommitted from Arkansas State and is open to any school. He currently holds double-digit offers, most notably from Iowa, Nevada and Northwestern.
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