Top Players in Portal

August 12, 2021

Emmanuel Charles-Lobo

There are have been a few additions to the transfer portal this month in the form of one offensive and one defensive player who have both played for a respective university here in Texas.

We’re taking a good look at analyzing some of the top players in the college football transfer portal at the moment. We will be bringing you updates on their recruitment as offers come in and or commits. For now, let’s dive right into who to watch out for and who could make an impact for another respective university.

 

 

Top Players

Terrel Brown,RB, University of Houston (6’0″, 185) 

Terrel was a three-star running back out of  Helen Cox High School (La.).  He saw limited playing time and touches in his two years playing for the Houston Coogars. Career total of 14 attempts, 34 yards rushing in two-game appearances last season. On film Brown shows excellent ball carrier vision and burst of acceleration after making a few moves and finding the open hole in the defense. In addition to his speed and agility, Brown’s lateral speed and ability to cut back make him a hard runner to bring down. After all, if he can stop on a dime, cut back the other way and the defenders can’t keep up with him. Which makes him a dangerous running back who shows elite vision, speed, and agility.

 

Mark Jackson Jr., Edge, Oklahoma / TCU (6’1″,245)

Former Cibolo Steele High School native Mark Jackson was a highly rated four-star edge defender coming out of high school in the class of 2016. Jackson who virtually saw action on the field every year of his college career is coming off the injury bug after being sidelined last year for TCU. Jackson a originally a commit to the Oklahoma Sooners, and most recently a transfer from TCU has had an up-and-down career so far but indeed has been productive. Producing a total career of 53 total tackles, 24 solo, 4 sacks, and 1 forced fumble. Jackson has a strong stout build with long arms and legs. Shows a good burst off the ball and can get by blockers with his quick first step, speed, and agility paired with his hand moves. If he can get a little bit more consistent with his production and effort, the talent is there but the motor needs to be turned up.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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