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November 14, 2022

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End of Season Top 2023 Elite Uncommitted Recruits

Emmanuel Charles-Lobo

Texas high school football playoffs are in full swing, however, many have had their shots for gold — cut short, with an early end to their regular season, many senior recruits played their last down of football. For those who will not be entering the playoffs, and for those that are we take a look at a recap of their season of some of the most elite senior recruits that made names for themselves in their final year.

 

 

Who made the full list 

Mason Shorb(23′) | 6-3/175 | QB | Rouse

Patrick Burke (23′) | 6-3/190 | QB | Episcopal School of Dallas

JT Fayard (23′)| 6-5/215 | QB | Foster

Bryce Fucik(23′) | 6-2/195 | QB | Strake Jesuit

Damian Neveaux jr. (23′) | 5-11 /200 | LB,ATH | Katy

Jaylon Tarlton (23′) |5’11/180QB |Grace Prep Academy

Jacob Smith(23′) |6./175 |QB |Legacy SSS

Scout Brazael(23′) |6-1/185 |WR, ATHAcademy

Ryan Ramey (23) | 5-11/170 | CB | Ridge Point

Brian Nelson (23’) |6’ / 175 | CB | Shadow Creek

Ezell Jolly (23’) | 6’ / 175 | RB | Ridge Point

Bryce Morton (23’) | 6-2/190 | QB | Richland

Ashton Dubose (23’) | 6-2/185 | QB | Brennan

Aaron Dubose (23’) | 6-3/165 | WR | Brennan

Chris “CJ” Irving (23’) | 6-2/200 | QB | Veterans Memorial

Justin Castillo Jr (23’) | 6-1/185 | RB,ATH | Klein Collins

Jaydon Bailey (23’) | 5-10/185 | RB | Steele

Dayshawn Peterson (23’) | 6-2/200 | RB | Alvin

 

 

Evaluations

Mason Shorb(23′) | 6-3/175 | QB | Rouse

After a breakout junior season, Shorb has had a terrific career for Rouse, and the accolades and stats are there to back it up. Accolades: 2021: Texas District 13-5A-II unanimous Overall MVP as a junior,2020: Texas District 13-5A-II Co-Offensive Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore. Helped lead Rouse to an undefeated district record and the third round of the playoffs. Stats: 36 games as a starter, Mason completed 549 completions, out of 843 attempts, and has thrown for over 8,900 yards passing along with 103 touchdowns while only throwing 22 INTS. An impressive career slinging the rock for this star quarterback, to say the least. Hold offers to UTSA, Colorado State, Tulane, and interest from others.

Patrick Burke (23′) | 6-3/190 | QB | Episcopal School of Dallas

Burke is a dual-threat quarterback who can torch defenses with his legs or arm. Talk about a field general that can control the tempo of the game and dominate in multiple ways. An FBS-caliber prospect, with average size, arm strength, accuracy, and legs to beat defenders. Love the smarts, and the ability to find the endzone. Has some offers and divisions I interest.

JT Fayard (23′)| 6-5/215 | QB | Foster

JT has been receiving some love and has taken some visits to Lincoln, Nebraska to visit the Cornhuskers. Who wouldn’t want this prototype quarterback? Physical attributes, and size aside, JT loves football and has worked hard to earn recognition from top schools around the country. With his football pedigree, big arm, and size, any team no matter the conference would be adding a good addition to the quarterback room.

Bryce Fucik(23′) | 6-2/195 | QB | Strake Jesuit

Bryce has had a tremendous season. A quarterback can sling the rock and beat defenders with his legs or arm. Through his senior season, Bryce had 10 games passing for 2569 yards 29 touchdowns, rushing for 277 yards, and an additional five touchdowns on the ground. Bryce has no problem launching a bomb 50-plus yards down the field or chasing defenders with his legs. I loved this guy’s ability to throw on the run, work the pocket, and find open receivers downfield consistently.

Damian Neveaux jr. (23′) | 5-11 /200 | LB,ATH | Katy

Damian is a tackling machine and has a knack for coming up with the football. Even though he is undersized, Damian was able to lead his team in tackles for multiple years. Interest from division I schools that are interested in a hybrid linebacker/defensive back who can make plays all over the field and live in opponents’ backfields.

Jaylon Tarlton (23′) |5’11/180QB |Grace Prep Academy

Jaylon is a dual-threat quarterback and athlete that can play multiple positions at the next level and has the size and athletic ability to be a threat with the football in his hands no matter where he lines up on the field. Speed is elite, shows elusiveness in the open field, and is a hidden gem we believe can be a difference-maker at the next level.

Jacob Smith (23′) |6./175 |QB |Legacy SSS

Despite the lack of the typical size you usually see with guys at the next level. You always see guys who were rated and overlooked like good football players like Jacob who can win, and find the enzone seemingly at will with his arm. Could be a terrific player at the next level who will have to earn his way and prove himself but we believe he has all the skills and intangibles to do so.

Scout Brazael (23′) |6-1/185 |WR, ATHAcademy

Scout is a large receiver who can make plays. Love this guy’s large catch radius and his ability to be quick off the line of scrimmage. He can come up with the contested passes and find his way into the endzone easily. Runs good crisp routes and can create separation for himself. Under-recruited with a lot of division I interested in who could be a player who can easily make an impact at the next level forever takes a chance on him.

Ryan Ramey (23) | 5-11/170 | CB | Ridge Point
Ramey could easily be rated as a four to five-star cornerback if we are talking about stars and rankings, Ramey is up there with the best of them. He has long arms, and a lengthy athletic frame, and looks like a jammer defensive back who can knock receivers off their routes.
Holds offer to Fordham, HBU, Utah State, and Richmond. Others could still come into the picture and pick up a stud of a corner.

Brian Nelson (23’) |6’ / 175 | CB | Shadow Creek
Nelson may very well be one of the best senior defensive backs still yet to commit. Holds 17 division I offers to schools like ACU, Navy, Praire View A&M, Texas State, and others.

Ezell Jolly (23’) | 6’ / 175 | RB | Ridge Point
Jolly is one of the best uncommitted running backs on the market today with 8 total division I offers and growing interest after a terrific senior season. A one-cut back who can shed tackles and or make one or two cuts and be off to the races.

Part one of this series, part two coming tomorrow. Lets us know in the comments who else you think will make this list who you think should be on it and why?

Part Two

Bryce Morton (23’) | 6-2/190 | QB | Richland
A good QB with stature who could develop into an FBS-caliber prospect. Possibly a lower-level recruit who can develop more and take his talents to the portal when the time is right. The size, height, and arm strength are all there. This guy checks off all the boxes.

Ashton Dubose (23’) | 6-2/185 | QB | Brennan
Ashton may very well be one of the top senior quarterback recruits still uncommitted at the moment. If you are looking for a QB that can do it all Dubose is your guy. A dual-threat with elite speed and arm talent that can be translated to any P5 program and we do not say this often. Projects to have an immediate impact at the next level. Five total offers Austin peavy, Fordham, Houston Christian, Northwestern State, & UTSA.

Aaron Dubose (23’) | 6-3/165 | WR | Brennan
The Dubose brothers have been a lethal combination for a while now. Aaron lined up at wideout makes for a great receiving target with a large catch radius and the speed you’d like to see in any receiver at the next level. His only flaw;not being in a better geographic location when it comes to recruiting. The central Texas region typically does not get as much attention as athletes from the Dallas, Forth-Worth, and Houston metroplex areas.

Chris “CJ” Irving (23’) | 6-2/200 | QB | Veterans Memorial
An athlete with terrific size featuring a lengthy athletic build and plenty of speed. Irving projects to be a player who can also line up at wide receiver or still sling the rock at the next level. Hudl has a decent amount of views and has caught the attention of many. Has interest in Hawaii and looks to be about it at the moment.

Justin Castillo Jr (23’) | 6-1/185 | RB,ATH | Klein Collins
Justin is a one-cut-back with elite speed. Not sure really how this guy has flown under the radar. Like his athleticism, he flashes running the football out of the backfield with explosiveness and agility. A recruit who could also play multiple positions.

Jaydon Bailey (23’) | 5-10/185 | RB | Steele
Originally committed to Utah State, Bailey re-opened his recruitment and has been on the market ever since. Keeping his options open, Bailey is an in-between-the-tackles runner who can explode out of the backfield, and gas most defenders down the field for six points easily. Really loved his long strides, and ability to pick up speed quickly, possibly a special team threat. A steal of a player for whoever picks up this recruit that can add additional value to any running back room.

Dayshawn Peterson (23’) | 6-2/200 | RB | Alvin
Peterson is a large running back with linebacker size but running back speed. A straight-line runner whom you can feed the rock to, and let him pick up chunks of yardage, or six points.

We will continue to help all deserving seniors that can play football a spotlight here in the state of Texas. We aim to find good quality football players, regardless of stars or rankings, that project to the FBS to FCS division I football level.

Please let us know in the comments below if any senior player deserves to be on this list in the comments below and why? Thanks!

 

(ps. 11/16/2022: this post has been updated by a tdrecruits editor since first published.) 

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