Friday Night Stars: DFW Standout Defensive Recruits of Week #4

September 19, 2022


3:59 pm



Week four of Texas high school football has the players and teams back into football shape and there were a few standout defensive recruits from the DFW area that helped their teams to victory and showcased their talents. Below is an exclusive list of the Dallas-Fort Worth area defensive standout recruits of week four who shined.


Defense Standout Recruits of Week # 4

Jermy Jackson Jr.  (24′) |6-2/200 | DE,OLB. | Waxahachie

Jackson is picking up interest and heating up this season because of his size and athleticism, and performances like he had with three sacks against Cedar Hill.

Julian Dews (24′) | 6-3/ 240 | DE | Tyler high

Dews had two sacks on the night and was instrumental on the night for the defense.

Cavin Chumley (23′) | 5-9/210 | DB, LB, ATH | All Saints Episcopal

Chumley had an impressive night and was flying to the ball racking up 12 total tackles, eight of them being solo. A recruit flying under the radar because of his size, but he has gained a lot of interest because of his consistently high performances.

Aaron Scherp (24′)| 6’/185 | DB | Southlake Carroll

Scherp is a versatile player on the Dragon defense who has a high motor and pursuit of the football. Last game, helped his team to victory and shut out the opponent with eight total tackles, half of them being solo.

Chris Scott (24′) | 6’/200 | LB | Dallas Christian School

Scott is a prospect to keep an eye on who had a spectacular night leading the defense with 12 solo tackles and two tackles for losses.

Taylor Starling (23′)  5-10/170 |DB | South Oak Cliff

The Colorado Buffaloes commit had a night flying all over the field to the ball with 23 total tackels on the night.

Brandon Jones (24′) | 6-1/190 | LB | South Oak Cliff

Jones is a recruit on the rise this season that could very well end up being named one of the top in his class at his position with plenty of offers and stars. Holds eight total offers from schools like Arizona State, Ole Miss, and others. Last game in the victory 13 total tackles and eight of them were solo.

Parker Meese(24′) | 6-2/220 | LB | Parish Episcopal

Parker is one of the top linebackers in the nation and in this game he showed it with 22 total tackles on the night, 12 solo, and two tackles for losses. Through just four games this season Parker has already racked up plenty of tackles this season and turned a lot of heads. Meese holds 22 division I offers to schools like Oregon, Penn State, Tennessee, North Carolina, and others.


See the full list of the top defensive standout recruits of week 4 



(p.s if we missed anybody please let us know in the comments below) 

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