Our weekly run down of last weeks recruiting news. Kind of like HBO's "Last Week Tonight" but with more Hudl videos.
Yusuf Terry - Receiver, Philadelphia
Matt Rhule went back to his old stomping grounds for Terry, a three-star prospect with offers from several Big 10 and ACC teams. Once he gets the ball in his hands he's one of the most fluid runners in the 2019 class.
De'Mitri Monroe - Athlete, Van Vleck
Moore plays for Van Vleck, a smaller school in south east Texas. He's versatile, really versatile. He ran for 1,500 yards made 25 catches and played defensive back. He's speedster who is gone once he gets into the open field.
Kenneth Dotson - Defensive End, Houston Lamar
Dotson comes Houston powerhouse Lamar. He's another three-star commit, North Texas' fifteenth this year. He's a thin looking 255 pounds. Very explosive off the snap, looks like he could play a standup position as well. This guy is the definition of "high motor."
Leandre Davis - Safety, Rosenberg Terry
Davis has offers from Army, Texas State and several FCS schools. Looks like he's a defensive back but man can he run with the ball in his hands. He comes up and attacks the ball from his safety position.
Jawan King - Running Back, Atlanta
From upper east Texas comes King, an Atlanta Jackrabbit. He's a bigger back at 5-10, 210 pounds. Plays in a tough neck of the woods with the likes of Gilmer, Dangerfield, Pleasant Grove, and Liberty-Eylau on last season's schedule. King holds FBS offers from Louisiana-Monroe, Texas State, and UTSA, and additional FCS opportunities from Illinois State, Incarnate Word, Missouri State, and Northwestern State. King is part of our favorite high school football cross-over, he plays football and in the marching band.
T.J. McDaniel - Running Back, Southlake Carroll
The Mustangs continue to recruit at a high level. McDaniel is a three-star prospect from Carroll. Clemson, Oregon, and Minnesota are reported to have offers for McDaniel. He plays bigger than his 5-11, 187 pound frame. He's a one-cut back, who gets north and south quickly.
Christian Harris - Athlete, Baton Rouge University Lab
This guy is an explosive athlete. He played linebacker, corner, and receiver for Lab, a school in the shadow of LSU. He's a four-star prospect, the tenth rated athlete in the country. Harris visited Alabama five times this year, but A&M earned the commitment. His highlight video is freakish. Big, fast, physical.
Josh Foster - Athlete, Newton
Foster, from East Texas power Newton, plays quarterback and safety. He's a three-star composite athlete with offers from Arkansas, Baylor, and several other P5s. Foster's a smooth athlete who will play receiver or defensive back for the Frogs.
Zach Hayes - Offensive Line, Jonesboro, GA
Texas State went outside the state in a rare move to get Hayes, a three-star recruit from Georgia. He plays tackle at 6-4, 300 pounds. He's grown man strong and once learns technique he might a steal for the Bobcats. He currently holds offers from several FCS schools.
Gilbert Ibeneme - Defensive End, Pearland
Kingsbury picked up one of the highest rated players in his 2019 class. A&M, Ole Miss, Oklahoma, and Arkansas have all offered Ibeneme. He comes in at 6-3, 255 pounds, he may put on the weight to move inside.
T.J. Goodwin - Quarterback, Cy Falls
We wrote about Goodwin here. Not much to add, other than Goodwin is a two year starter and health permitting will start a third year. He made a lot of improvements from his sophomore to junior season.
Deion Hankins - Running Back, El Paso Parkland
Parkland stud Hankins might be the biggest recruit to land at UTEP in some time. Hankins holds offers from Arkansas, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, SMU and others. He's a three-star recruit, on the edge of four-stars. He's not a blazer but he's instinctual and sneaky fast. He rushed for over 2,000 yards and 23 touchdowns last year.
Oscar Cardenas - Tight End, San Antonio Brandeis
Cardenas is a big target at 6-4, 242. He moves well for his size. Real physical run blocker on the edge. He's a finisher on the line of scrimmage. Caught 21 passes for Brandeis last season. He's a three-star composite prospect.
Peyton Sobosle - Tight End, The Woodlands College Park
At 6-4, 220 pounds is a nice looking athlete. Good run block technique, but where Sobosle makes hay is in the passing game, where he can get out and play in the slot. Catches away from his frame and transitions to a runner naturally.