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 San Antonio's top 10 recruits for 2020.
No. 10 DeMarcus Hendricks: The defensive end was a main piece in San Antonio Wagner's first ever run to the UIL state semis in 2018. He should receive college offers soon because he recorded 87 tackles, 14 sacks, four interceptions and two fumble recoveries as a junior, and also received valuable playoff experience.
No. 9 Brady Lyssy: The Falls City two-way player recorded 2,683 yards and 40 touchdowns in 2018, so college opportunities should be right around the corner.
No. 8 Cole Mixon: The Kerrville Tivy linebacker doesn't have any offers to play at the next level, but that should change after his 2018 success (176 tackles, four interceptions and four fumble recoveries).
No. 7 Mike Chandler: The Converse Judson dual-threat quarterback doesn't have any offers yet, but expect some in the coming months. The three-star prospect's team wouldn't have reached the 2018 UIL 6A Division I Region IV final without his 3,386 yards and 38 touchdowns.
No. 6 Frank Wilson IV: The San Antonio Brandeis cornerback isn't committed yet, but has multiple opportunities. The most intriguing is UTSA because his dad is the head coach. Along with this offer, he could also play for Kansas, Florida Atlantic, Western Kentucky or Jackson State.
No. 5 De'Quavion Thomas: The Cibolo Steele running back is currently uncommitted, but has options to play Power-Five (Colorado), FBS (Texas State and Bowling Green), or FCS (Incarnate Word) football.
No. 4 Daniel Jackson: The Cibolo Steele receiver has solid college football opportunities so far, including TCU, Kansas, North Texas, UTSA and Incarnate Word. Bowling Green and Illinois State have also offered, so he could continue his career there as well.
No. 3 Nick Patterson: The San Antonio Christian School tight end is the area's top private school player, so it wasn't a surprise when he picked Michigan over Central Florida, Memphis, Tulane, Nevada, Florida International, Florida Atlantic and Dartmouth.
No. 2 Jaylon Jones: The Cibolo Steele cornerback had playing opportunities at Alabama, Arkansas, Baylor, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Houston, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Purdue, TCU, Texas, Texas State, but decided on Texas A&M instead.
No. 1 Logan Parr: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Duke, Houston, Kansas State, LSU, Michigan, Missouri, Oklahoma, Purdue, SMU, TCU, Tennessee, Texas Tech, Toledo, Tulane, Tulsa, UTSA and Vanderbilt wanted the Helotes O'Connor offensive lineman, but he ultimately chose Texas.
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