Midlands: 2015 Rankings Updates

Scout now has exactly 700 class of 2015 prospects ranked and 1100 prospects are three stars or better. There were a few prospects that added stars with this update in the Midlands and you can read about them here…

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New to the Scout100 and now rated as the top offensive tackle in the region is Toby Weathersby,a 6-foot-5, 280-pounder. He has great frame and is one of the more impressive specimens in attendance at the Nike Football Training Camp in Dallas and held his own against top level players in both the 2014 and 2015 classes. Weathersby checks in at No. 58 overall.

Also new to the Scout100 is McKinney (Texas) North running back Ronald Jones, a 6-foot-0, 185-pounder. Jones reminds people of Kansas City running back Jamaal Charles with his stop and start style. Last season Jones ran for 2,406 yards and 39 touchdowns, averaging 9.9 yards per carry as he led McKinney North to the second round of the Class 4A Division I playoffs. He checks in as the No. 89 prospect overall.

After a brief hiatus from the Scout100 Carlos Strickland fins his way back in after a few more Midlands prospects were bumped up overall. at 6-foot-4, 185-pounds the Dallas (Texas) Skyline receiver is the complete package at the position, a valued blocker and over the top playmaker. He is rated as the No. 94 prospect overall.

Jordan Stevenson, a 5-foot-10, 185-pound running back from South Oak Cliff High is one of the most impressive prospects we have seen since the calender has turned to 2014. Stevenson was the RB MVP at the Next Level Athlete Showcase in Dallas, showing tremendous foot speed to go along with blazing fast 4.37 40-yard speed. Stevenson cracks the Top 100 as the No. 100 prospect overall.

Earning his fourth star last week, you can now find Rockwall (Texas) heath safety DeShon Elliott rated in the Scout300 as the No. 192 rated athlete. The 6-foot-2, 205-pounder is a hybrid player between safety and outside linebacker. He is a big, hard-hitting safety, who is effective against the run and has the speed to chase down ball carriers sideline-to-sideline.

Also earning a fourth star and earning a spot in the Scout300 is Roney Elam, a 6-foot-3, 167-pound athlete from Newton (Texas) High. Elam is one of the hottest recruits on the scene, recently earning offers from schools like Alabama, LSU, Texas and Texas A&M amongst a bevy of others. Elam could factor in at a number of positions in college, but is rated at safety and can be found at No. 256 on the list.

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