2024 Tight ends to know this Fall

April 20, 2022


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Today we look at some of the best prospects in the 2024 class that many may not be aware of as of yet. We are taking a look at some of the top offensive linemen recruits to know in the class of 2024 for this fall. Here are some of the top underclassmen tight-end prospects to know in Texas High School football.

Harrison Moore (24) | 6’5, 240 | TE | Southlake Carroll

Harrison will undoubtedly be a star for the foreseeable future for the Southlake Carroll dragons. We ranked Harrison at the No.1 spot on our rankings for a reason. He has the size, and skills to be a star player this fall and at the next level. Harrison could very well be one of the most highly ranked and sought-after tight ends in the 2024 class nationally. He has been making his way around college campuses this spring and will county to this summer. So far he’s visited schools like UNT, the Texas A&M Aggies, and the Texas longhorns. 

Ian Flynt (24) | 6’4, 230 | TE | Taylor

Ian has one early offer from UTSA and has picked up interest from schools like Houston Texas A&M, UCLA, and others. With the speed and the blocking ability combined that Flynt already has it’s no wonder why he has been catching the interest of many programs across the country. Flynt is a vertical threat anytime he touches the field and can block inline or in space very well. Look for him to be a star player this fall for Taylor. 

Luke Carter (24) | 6’4, 220 | TE | Katy

Luke has one offer from Texas Tech but has been very busy on the road this spring. Look for Carter to be an endzone threat for Katy this fall as teams have to account for his ability to block and catch the football. He is an excellent route runner and has the size and skills to be a 

Greydon Grimes (24) | 6’5, 200 | TE | China Springs

Greydon is one whose stock you could see sore and take off this year when the season begins and he’s making plays at the tight end position. He can play both ways with his athleticism and skills bearing out most on the offensive side of the ball. Grimes can show you some impressive athleticism running his routes and catching the football. Plays very physical and can bock as well. Great size, and frame potential to add more mass and dominate even more. 

Cooper Stevens (24) | 6’2, 215 | TE | Cy-Fair

Cooper has the potential to be an FBS caliber athlete given the time to add more mass to his frame and grow. Had significant playing time on varsity last season, blocked well on the LOS, plays very physical, and shows adequate route running and hands needed for the tight end position.

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