The Recruiting Trail: updates from this weekends recruit visits to campus, offers & commitments

October 4, 2021

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This week we kick off a weekly re-occurring series covering the visits recruits take over the weekend, the offers they receive, and or their commitments. We looked to keep you informed and updated on some of the best talents in Texas, and their path to playing at the next level. Here are some of the recruits that made headlines this past weekend.

 

Visits

 

Julio Humphrey (22) | 6’2″ 190 | DB | Clear Lake

Committed to Florida gators but visited the Georgia Bulldogs this weekend. The top DB prospect was their with another five-star recruit this weekend, defensive linemen¬†Bear Alexander,¬†the pair got to witness one of Georgia’s most prolific defensive performances of the year, giving them a glimpse of what could be. Julio is committed to the Florida Gators and Bear has UGA and Texas A&M as-is final two schools but has not committed yet.

 

 

DJ Lagway (24)| 6’3″ 210 | QB | Willis¬†

One of the top QBs in the 2024 cycle in the nation too a visit to LSU’s Death Valley ¬†and then was offered by them over the weekend.

 

Connor Strogh (23)| 6’7 | ¬†OL | Wakeland¬†

Visted Texas A&M this past weekend. This is a offensive linemen to know with great size, ability and talent.

 

Tyer Stone (23)| 6’4″ 245 | ¬†OL / ATH | Smithson Valley¬†

Texas A&M is after some of the Smithson Valley linemen after already receiving a commit from ¬†6’8 ESPN JR 300, OL Colton Thomasson¬†and now the aggies are after Stone, another promising offensive linemen on the Smithson Valley roster.

 

JC Evans (24) | 6’4″ 190 | QB | Brandies¬†

One of the top QB prospects out of the Central Texas area (San Antonio) visited the now 5-0 UTSA Roadrunners over the weekend. The Roadrunners lead by head coaches Jeff Traylor do a great job of keeping some of the best talent in the city in the 210. It will be interesting to see the relationship the pair make. “This was the first time getting to meet them (UTSA coaches staff), but they are good people, I enjoyed talking to them”.JC Said.

He would later go on to talk about the game saying, “ I really enjoyed my visit to UTSA, the introduction was pretty cool, and loved the how everyone was super into the game“.

 

Seth Davis (23) | 5’9 | RB | Katy¬†

Took an unofficial visit to Clemson over the weekend to visit Death Valley as the Tigers took on Boston College over the weekend. Recieved his first division I offer last Friday from Morgan State.

 

 

 

Top Commitment of the Week

 

Omari Evans (22) | 6’0″ 170 | WR / ATH | Shoemaker¬†

Evans dropped some big news over the weekend as the Nittany Lions were in action. He made his announcement that he is committed to attending Penn State University to further his athletic and academic career. This comes off the heels of a terrific 2022 class the Nittany Lions has been able to put together under head coach James Franklin. Franklin has done a terrific job stringing together one of the best-recruiting classes in the nation.

 

 

Offers

 

Mabrey Mettauer (24) 6’6 | QB | The Woodlands

Received an offer from the U, the rising star QB has been very busy this season. Making recent trips to Florida to visit the Gators and then Waco, where he stopped in to visit Baylor University just last week.

 

 

DeJuan Lewis (22) DB Shadow Creek 

Lewis received an offer from Lamar University. Other offers include Air Force, Nevada and Colgate. Lewis is quickly becoming a rising star this year that is playing lockdown on the defensive side of the ball.

 

Cameron Cook (23) | 5’11” 180 | RB | Stoney Point¬†

One of the breakout stars from the central Texas area is running back Cameron Cook who has been having himself a phenomenal year out of the backfield.Vanderbit recently made their offer to the young star. Holds offers from North Texas, USC, Utah and now Vanderbilt. Look for this running back to continue to raise his stock this year and put on a show at each game.

 

 

 

 

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