TOP OFFENSEKD Cannon is a special breed. At 6-foot-0, 170 pounds the Mount Pleasant (Texas) High star was one of the sickest playmakers in Texas preps the past two seasons, highly regarded by his own coaches and his rival coaches who had to try and line up to stop him. He is a silky smooth route runner and is able to make people miss in the open field, but he can also climb the ladder and get to balls over the tops of defensive backs.
TOP DEFENSECibolo (Texas) High defensive lineman Josh Malin, a 6-foot-6, 240-pounder is that new age defensive line prospect with his size and speed combo. He could spend time on the inside and the outside in college. He is quick enough to be a factor off the edge and powerful enough to hold the gap on the inside. Will only get better as he matures.
INSTANT IMPACTDavion Hall, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound athlete is an early enrollee and because he got a jump on his college start he could be the most likely to make an early impact in college. He is rated as five-star wide receiver, but is also an excellent candidate to flip over and play some safety. The Bears will need to replace two key starters there. Could Hall factor in?
BIG MISSBaylor made two runs at Texas commit John Bonney and came out on the bottom both times. He originally picked Texas over Baylor and then opened things back up after the coaching change in Austin, only to pick the Horns again.
SLEEPERThere are a couple of options here and I really like Chance Waz, but because he is coming in a class with other highly rated players at his position I am going to pick Chris Platt from Willis as my BU signing sleeper. Why? Speed. He has the wheels to be a major factor.