National recruits and All-Americans pepper VYPE's No. 11-20 rankings from the Bayou City. Four of the 10 are are headed to the University of Texas, who are trending especially after beating Georgia.
Dekaney's Marcus Banks and FB Travis WR Arjei Henderson are still on the board, for now.
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VYPE's HOT 100
No. 11 Marcus Banks, Dekaney, DB, Alabama
He’s been highly-ranked since his freshman year. Has pretty good size at DB and can run. Will announce at All-American game. Seems to be down to Bama. Was previously committed to LSU aka “DBU”.
No. 12 T’Vondre Sweat, Huntsville, DE, Texas
The more I see of this guy, the more I like. Great size. Huge hands. Great athleticism. Good locker room guy. Will move inside with his size and will get on the field within two years. Very coachable and has big, NFL upside.
No. 13 Jamal Morris, FB Bush, DB, Oklahoma
Big safety has signed with OU. The Sooners need defense, so could get on the field pretty quickly. At 6-foot-2, he can support the run and is solid in coverage.
No. 14 David Gbenda, Cinco Ranch, LB, Texas
Gbenda was the Defensive Player of the Year in District 19-6A, which is loaded. At 6-foot-1, he will play inside LB likely for the Longhorns. He’s great running to the ball and in coverage.
No. 15 Isaiah Hookfin, Dulles, OL, Texas
UT went big in Houston, especially on the OL. Hookfin joins Tyler Johnson and Javonne Shepherd on the Longhorn line of the future. He will play inside for Coach Herman and is super athletic for his size.
No. 16 Nelson Ceasar, Ridge Point, DE, Houston
Super active and super athletic. Ceasar can run and get up field. Will get bigger in college. He is a clone of Emeke Egbule, who stars at UH right now from North Shore. Great motor.
No. 17 Layden Robinson, Manvel, OL, Texas A&M
Played for one of the state’s power programs. Iron sharpens iron. At 6-foot-4, Robinson will likely play inside. Going to have to fight for time as Texas A&M is putting together a big-time class that also includes national recruit Kenyon Green of Atascocita on the line.
No. 18 Jalen Curry, St. Pius, WR, Arizona
Was able to dominate TAPPS competition. Did well on the 7-on-7 national scene. Has great size at 6-foot-3 and is physical. Should fit in nicely in the Pac 12. Will have his teammate throwing balls to him in Grant Gunnell.
No. 19 Javonne Shepherd, North Forest, OL, Texas or Texas A&M
Offered by Bama as a junior, Shepherd has been at the epicenter of recruiting in H-Town for some time. At 6-foot-6, 350-pounds, Shepherd has been able to push around Class 4A HISD competition. Can he do it at a Power 5 school? He’s going to have to learn the position at that level.
No. 20 Arjei Henderson, FB Travis, WR, Florida
Had an amazing junior year. A little undersized. Was an OU-commit, but now things are up in the air. Polished route runner.