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Loaded 2020 class makes Super 60 tough to rank

North Shore's Zach Evans Takes No. 1 Spot for 2020

The banners are down, the confetti is swept away and the decorative cakes are eaten. The 2019 National Signing Day is over.

Now it's on to the next. The excitement kicks off now as Matt Malatesta releases his Super 60 for the Class of 2020.

While the list will expand to 100 by May, this class is LOADED.

North Shore's Zach Evans leads the class as a program-changing running back, but it's the bigs who stealing the show.

Eleven of the Top 60 prospects are offensive linemen and eight are defensive linemen.

This is only the beginning and the list will shuffle over the next 11 months, so stay tuned and see who will become this year's household names on the field and on social media.


VYPE Super 60 for the Class of 2020

No. 1 Zach Evans, North Shore, RB

Doing it with speed and power, but still has upside at RB. That's scary.

No. 2 Chad Lindberg, Clear Creek, OL

Has great size and technique.

No. 3 Damieon George, North Shore, OL

HUGE and Strong. Will get even better technique-wise in offseason

No. 4 Alec Bryant, Shadow Creek, DE

Great Motor. Relentless pass rusher.

No. 5 Devon Achane, FB Marshall, Athlete

Speed kills and he's H'Town's most lethal weapon

No. 6 Vernon Broughton, Cy Ridge, DE

Has emerged as National Recruit. Great IQ

No. 7 Demond Demas, Tomball, WR

Tomball move-in makes 50-50 balls more like 70-30 balls

No. 8 Xavion Alford, Shadow Creek, DB

Has become to DB recruit in city

No. 9 Chidozie Nwankwo, Foster, DT

That highly-coveted, run-stopping DT

No. 10 Troy Omeire, FB Austin, WR

Big, strong WR on mediocre team

No. 11 Akinola Ogunbiyi, Kempner, OL, Texas A&M-commit

Athletic big-man opens 2020 pipeline back up to Aggieland

No. 12 Avery Helm, FB Marshall, DB

Buff DB getting huge shine from college

No. 13 Josh White, Cy Creek, LB

Great size. Can run sideline to sideline

No. 14 Malik Hornsby, FB Marshall, Athlete

Amazing with ball in his hands. But what position will he play?

No. 15 Bryson Washington, CE King, DB

Rangy corner with top-end speed

No. 16 Parker Washington, Travis, WR

Houston's top WR, statistically. Tremendous slot

No. 17 Smart Chibuzo, Hightower, OL, Texas A&M-commit

Pushes opponents around. Will improve technically

No. 18 Josh Bankhead, College Park, OL, Texas A&M-commit

Great guard prospect. 100-percent Aggie. Super strong

No. 19 Drake Dabney, Cy Ranch, TE

Good hybrid athlete. Will emerge this spring

No. 20 DJ Warnell, Dickinson, DB

Next Gator star. Long DB

No. 21 Josh Eaton, MacArthur, DB

First General to be recruited in a minute

No. 22 Kendal Septs, FB Austin, OL

HTown is loaded with bigs this season

No. 23 Will Jones, Atascocita, OL

Carries the baton from Kendrick

No. 24 Corey Flagg, North Shore, LB

Explosive defender who makes big plays

No. 25 Kendal Taylor, Klein Oak, RB, Houston-commit

Talented RB with home run ability

No. 26 Christian Hood, Hightower, LB

The anchor of the Hurricane D

No. 27 Jessie Evans, CE King, DE

Evans continues to put King on the map

No. 28 Frank Brown, Sterling, RB

How will his skill translate to college?

No. 29 Joseph Wilson, North Shore, DB

Proved himself as a junior, Great cover corner

No. 30 RJ Smith, Tompkins, RB

Dynamic RB in competitive district

No. 31 Jermarques Bailey, Atascocita, OL

Eagle OL is talented, big. Bailey huge piece

No. 32 Jeremiah Harris, Shadow Creek, LB

Second line of defense for Sharks, heat-seeking missile

No. 33 Brandon Brown, Morton Ranch, DT

Last big-time recruit was Danielle Hunter, all-pro for Vikings

No. 34 Braedon Nutter, Tomball Memorial, DT

Big, strong and solid

No. 35 Upton Stout, North Shore, DB

Another stud at the 'Shore. Played big in biggest games

No. 36 Faybian Marks, George Ranch, DB

Great football bloodline

No. 37 Zion Childress, New Caney, WR

Talented WR who gets a ton of targets

No. 38 Tiago Sumbo, Seven Lakes, DT

Cool name; Nice game to go with it

No. 39 Brendon Holmes, Clear Lake, RB

Smallish back with great wiggle

No. 40 Clarence Dalton, Ball, RB

Downhill back, who has bright college future

No. 41 Hunter Dunn, Tomball, QB

Has new target in Demas, But at 6-foot-4 has DI tools

No. 42**Malik Johnson, Woodlands, Athlete**

Dangerous with ball in his hands; Kansas' Miles first to offer

No. 43 Derek Bowman, Magnolia, OL

Bit of an unknown, but college coaches getting to know him

No. 44 Jarrie Spikes, Cy Creek, DB

Can cover and support the run

No. 45 Jett Duncan, The Woodlands, OL

Left over from a solid 2019 OL. Great run blocker

No. 46 Victor Idusuyi, Dickinson, DT

Relentless up front

No. 47 Denzel Blackwell, Strake Jesuit, DB

Crusaders' stud in defensive backfield

No. 48 Logan Kyle, Tomball Memorial, WR

Will numbers drop with Galban gone? Good size

No. 49 Ryan Stubblefield, Foster, QB

Big arm; great feet

No. 50 Jordan Patrick, Katy, WR

Not that big, but makes BIG plays

No. 51 Curtis Stripling, Mayde Creek, OL

Making name for himself on OL

No. 52 JD Head, Pearland, QB

Huge junior year. What will he do for encore

No. 53 Bryeton Gilford, The Woodlands, RB

Durable RB who can run between tackles

No. 54 Obediah Lewis, Episcopal, LB

Needs a big camp season

No. 55 Montrell Bolton, Klein Oak, QB

Could be north side's best kept secret

No. 56 Bayne Tryon, Cy-Fair, TE

Another big-time TE at Fair?

No. 57 Jared Jackson, Shadow Creek, WR

Sister stared at LSU softball; this WR has DI blood-line

No. 58 Cameron Peters, Stratford, QB

Huge QB but needs some work this spring

No. 59 Caleb Fox, The Woodands, DT

Sleeper DT has size and athleticism

No. 60 Tyson Thompson, Klein, Athlete

Film JUMPS out. Can play multiple positions

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