Myller Royals – Abilene Cooper – WR
Royals stands at 6’5 and weighs in at 175 lbs, and you’d better believe he can go vertical for a pass. He’s only a junior and he should be gaining attention from collegiate scouts any day now. He’s a perfect fit for the Cougar’s wide open offense with his range. He hasn’t been putting up monster numbers so far, but his consistency and size draw defenders to him and leave his teammates wide open.
Ty Thomas – Lubbock Cooper – FS
While he’s not as under the radar as some of the other prospects, Ty Thomas is one of the most exciting players to watch on this list. He’s exactly what you want out of a safety – solid in pass coverage, a hard hitter, and rarely out of position. His explosion and speed in pursuit make him one of the best watches in the state.
Kobe Robinson- Odessa Permian – RB
The senior has been ripping defenses apart for a while in the Panther’s offense, and that doesn’t show signs of slowing down. Robinson has a Jakeem Grant-esque vibe to him. He’s not the tallest, he’s not the biggest, but he sure is the fastest. The wingback can hurt you in nearly every facet of the game, and he’ll be crucial for the Panthers in District 2-6A, which is looking tougher and tougher every week.
Jackson Anuszkiewicz – Midland High – QB
Midland could be one of the best teams that no one really knows about, and it’s partially thanks to Anuszkiewicz. The senior nearly led his team to an upset of top ranked DeSoto, and they’ll have some competition in district to toughen them up before they hit the playoffs. They’ve proven they can hang with tough competition, now they need to beat it.
Nick Gerber – Levelland – QB
Levelland’s offense scores at breakneck pace, putting points on the board almost at will. Gerber has garnered some interest from D1 schools, and the Lobos would be unbeaten if not for a sole blemish that occured against Andrews, who has an insane offense of their own. Gerber has put up some absolutely ridiculous numbers so far, and there’s no reason why he won’t put up more.