Wednesday's national signing day was for Class of 2019 football recruits, so it's time to take a look at next year's recruiting class. Check out VYPE Austin's top 10 recruits for 2020.
No. 10 Dru Dawson: The Austin Vandegrift quarterback doesn't have any offers yet, but expect some over the next couple of months. He led the Vipers to 12 consecutive wins in 2018, and finished his junior season with 2,813 yards and 28 touchdowns.
No. 9 Mason Mangum: The receiver played a big role in Westlake's run to the 2018 UIL 6A Division II state semis, especially when three offensive starters missed postseason time due to injuries. He currently has an offer from Columbia.
No. 8 Sean Fresch: The Austin LBJ two-way player is being recruited as a cornerback, and already has an offer from Army.
No. 7 Chris "Deuce" Vaughn: The Round Rock Cedar Ridge running back has quietly received offers from Arkansas, Missouri and South Florida.
No. 6 Tahj Brooks: The Manor running back and three-star recruit was offered by Boston College, Colorado, Duke, Rice and Tulsa. He chose the latter.
No. 5 Wilson Long: The Regents School of Austin quarterback and three-star recruit only has one offer, but it's a good one from Texas Tech. He, of course, jumped at the opportunity and committed.
No. 4 Alfred Collins: The Cedar Creek defensive end and three-star recruit will have a hard time choosing his future college football team because he has offers from Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Baylor, Colorado, LSU, Oklahoma, Penn State, SMU, Texas, Texas A&M and Texas Tech.
No. 3 Collin Sullivan: The Round Rock receiver and four-star recruit has multiple opportunities to play at the Division I level, including Oregon, Arizona, Arkansas, Baylor, Boston College, Houston, Kansas, Northwestern, Purdue, SMU and Vanderbilt.
No. 2 Princely Umanmielen: The Manor defensive end and four-star recruit hasn't committed yet, but currently has opportunities at Arizona, Arkansas, Baylor, Colorado, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, SMU, TCU, Texas, Texas Tech, Tulsa and UTEP.
No. 1 Hudson Card: The Lake Travis dual-threat quarterback and four-star recruit could've committed to Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, Boston College, Indiana, Michigan, Mississippi State, Northwestern, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Penn State, SMU, TCU, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Tulsa or Utah, but picked Texas instead.
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