We have highlighted some players from the San Antonio area. Some of the prospects you may have heard of and others you are just about to find out about. Either way, these are some special athletes that deserve the spotlight and some that have made a name for them selfs this offseason. Here they are, your 210 area prospects.
Anthony Evans (23) | 5’10” 160 | WR | Judson HS
Anthony is an adequate-sized receiver with a lean, athletic build. A two-sport athlete who is a star on the track team as well as on the football field. Anthony has dangerous speed and agility that can allow him to fly down the field in the blink of an eye. He runs solid, clean routes and has excellent hands. Shows a quick burst of the line of scrimmage and he can pick up plenty of yards after the catch and looks for six points every time the ball is in his hands. In 2020 Anthony was named MVP at the Dallas/Fort Worth Under Armour Camp as a sophomore. Holds offers to Arkansas, Houston, Liberty, and UTSA.
— ⚡️⚡️Anthony (AE3)Evans III⚡️⚡️ (@AnthonyEvansIII) March 27, 2021
Tevon Cortez (22) | 5’10” 160 | DB | Steele HS
Tevon has been very impressive this offseason at 7-on-7 events and may very well be one of the top senior defensive prospects still uncommitted. I like his size and athletic build that pairs well with his long wingspan. He plays for one of Texas’s powerhouses in central Texas (Steele) and holds his own week in and week out facing tough competition. Tevon shows that he can be light on his feet and flip his hips, and trail the best of receivers. He has the awareness to turn his head around when trailing receivers to turn around and make a play on the ball to break up the pass. He should have a breakout senior season.
Qwuincy Amos (23) | 5’10” 165 | DB | Earl Warren HS
Qwuincy showcased his skills this offseason for his 7-on-7 team making his name to many. In every tournament, Qwuincy had multiple interceptions and or pass break-ups. At one particular tournament in Dallas Qwuincy had 6-7 INTs in only 4 games. Very impressive tracking the ball and attacking it. He shows he can also be very physical at the line of scrimmage. He possesses a ton of potential and makes big-time plays look routine with his elite awareness on the field.
— Qwincy Amos (@AmosQwincy) March 26, 2021
Esteban Guillory (22) | 6’1″ 190 | DB / LB | Cornerstone Christian
A hybrid defensive back who is big enough to play linebacker and fast enough to play defensive back. Guillory is exciting to watch on film. You almost on the edge of your seat watching his film because you know a big hit or play is coming and he is just going to destroy a ball carrier if he gets the chance too. He also plays the pass very well and can read the QB’s eyes to bait games in them into throwing his way and then break on the ball. In 2020 in only 8 games, Guillory had 63 tackles, 2 Ints, 2 PBU’s, and 6 TFLs —yeah he can fly His recruitment has been on fire lately with offers coming in from Army and Navy being the last to offer Guillory.
— Esteban Guillory (@EstebanGuillory) May 8, 2021
Alan Caracheo (22) | 5’11” 185 | FS / DB | Cornerstone Christian
Alan is another Cornerstone Christian standout DB who has really made a name for himself this offseason. His ability to read plays and his awareness make him a dangerous defender out there on the field that can take away the ball at any moment. Just received an offer from Navy this month.
Reginald Stewart (22) | 6’4″ 205 | WR | East Central HS
One of the most under-the-radar receivers in the state. Stewart has a big frame and a lean build at 6-4, 205 he towers over most DBs. He is a dual-sport athlete who is as good as the gridiron as he is on the basketball court. He runs good routes and flashes impressive timing and high-pointing ability on contested throws. Meets the ball at the apex. He could improve on a few things but for a guy who has been more known as a basketball player and only been playing football for a couple of years. He has tremendous potential to be special at the receiver position for years to come.
JC Evans (24) | 6’4″ 190 | QB | Brandeis HS
JC is one of the best up-and-coming prospects out of the San Antonio area. He will be one of the best QBs in his class in the state. He has a strong arm and pairs it well with his athleticism. His footwork and timing on throws are excellent and he shows he can put some serious velocity on throws. He can buy time with his legs and throw well on the run. He has the arm strength to hit receivers deep downfield and hit them in stride. Should be one to watch for years to come.
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— JC Evans / QB (@JC3vans_) April 22, 2021
Britton Moore (22) | 6’0″ 170 | QB | Reagan HS
Britton is a dual-threat QB that has tremendous speed and big-time playmaking ability. I’ve been fortunate enough to watch Britton play in person and was surprised to find out he was not in the national spotlight. He can beat defenses through the air and ground. He has elite speed and agility and can take the ball into the endzone any time he takes off to run. His athleticism bears out in both departments. He has a live arm and flashes encouraging velocity on all throws either in the middle of the field or towards the sidelines. Terrific QB and prospect for the next level.
Carson Green (23) | 5’9″ 180 | RB / WR | Reagan HS
One of the most underrated running backs in the entire state is this guy right here. Carson is as smooth with the football as butter and has the lateral speed to change direction at the drop of a hat and take the ball into the endzone. He has tremendous speed and agility and has the ball carrier vision to turn plays that may look like a loss of yardage into six points. He can put the moves on defenders and break some ankles. I love this running back and I think he should be one of the highly-rated running backs in his class.
Aiden Inesta-Rodriguez (22) | 5’7″ 145 | Brandeis HS
Aiden has been another that has been very impressive this offseason making a name for himself as well. After a most impressive 7-on-7 showcasing this offseason. Aiden was able to go to a rival’s camps and put himself on the national radar. He is a strong defensive back who has great athleticism and the ability to cover passes. He has an amazing vertical and can climb the latter to steal the ball away from the offense. Look for him to put on a terrific senior campaign.
2022 DB Aiden Inesta-Rodriguez came into this weekend as a total unknown.
After running a 4.3 40-yard dash and impressing at defensive back, he's now firmly on the radar. @BDammone has more on Inesta-Rodriguez's big weekend in Dallas: https://t.co/TaSda3vJXt pic.twitter.com/UmQ1g0gXCv
— Rivals (@Rivals) April 14, 2021