The Recruiting Trail: latest Recruits on the Rise, Offers, and Commitments.

May 19, 2023


1:21 pm



In This Article: 

  • Tony Louis-Nkuba, DB, Lewisville

  • Daylon Singleton, WR/DB, DeSoto

  • Michael Sylvalie, LB, Clear Springs

  • Jed Olotu-Judah, DB, Katy 

High school football season is still a few months away, but the recruiting trail is heating up with some exciting news for top recruits. Here are some of the top high school football recruits who are making headlines this week:

Commit of the Week:

Tony Louis-Nkuba, DB, Lewisville – Tony Louis-Nkuba, a highly rated and ranked defensive back from Lewisville, has committed to Arizona State. With his impressive skills on the field, Louis-Nkuba has been on the radar of many college football programs, but ultimately chose to become a Sun Devil.



Top Recruit on the Rise:

Daylon Singleton, WR/DB, DeSoto – Daylon Singleton, a versatile player from DeSoto, is on the rise this week with offers pouring in from major programs like Auburn, Cal, ECU, Tennessee, and Michigan. With his exceptional speed and athleticism, Singleton is one to watch this season.

More top recruits on the Rise:

  • Michael Sylvalie, LB,Clear Springs – Michael Sylvalie from Louisiana is gaining interest from colleges after receiving offers from Memphis and Arkansas State this week. Sylvalie is known for his toughness and hard-hitting abilities on the field.
  • Jed Olotu-Judah, DB, Katy – Jed Olotu-Judah from Katy is quickly gaining attention from college coaches after receiving offers from Texas State and UTRGV. With his speed and agility on the field, Olotu-Judah is a promising prospect for any program.

These are just a few of the top recruits making waves on the recruiting trail this week. As the high school football season approaches, we can expect to see more exciting news from these talented players and others like them.

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