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EMERGING 3-STAR MAKES THE CALL: Burton's Louis Brown has seen a steady rise in his recruitment over the past few weeks, picking up offers including Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and Washington, but after taking in Junior Day at Texas and Texas A&M, the 6-foot-6, 207-prospect announced his commitment to Baylor. Brown has continued to pick up offers, most recently from Nebraska, but take into account that the Bears have done a solid job landing - and keeping - big time recruits. Dig deeper with a commitment analysis plus Brown's junior highlights.
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RECORD-SETTING QUARTERBACK NABS FIRST TWO: You might be impressed to hear that Copperas Cove signal-caller Manny Harris broke school records in his first year as the varsity starter, but you'll be even more so when you realize the previous record holder was former Baylor star and Heisman winner Robert Griffin III. The 6-foot-2, 215-pound prospect, who led the state in passing yards last fall, picked up his first offer from UTSA over the weekend and nabbed number two on Friday from Texas State. Harris is also hearing from Baylor, Oklahoma State, North Texas, and Houston.
TCU COMMIT HEATING UP: Pflugerville Hendrickson puts out top prospects each year and things haven't changed with this recruiting class and four-star cornerback P.J. Mbanasor. The 6-foot-2, 185-pounder committed to TCU in January, but the offers have continued to pour in for the prospect, whose latest include Wisconsin, Oklahoma State, and Ohio State. Mbanasor also attended Junior Day at Oklahoma last weekend, so this is definitely a commitment to keep an eye on.
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ONE TO WATCH THIS SPRING: Boerne quarterback Quinten Dormady missed his junior season due to injury (a torn labrum in his throwing shoulder), but many speculate that had he played, the 6-foot-4, 210-pound prospect would be sitting on a bed of offers. Dormady has been hearing from Texas (and recently attended the Longhorns' Junior Day), as well as Tennessee, Oklahoma State, and Mississippi State. Now fully recovered, Dormady is ready for the spring, where coaches will be out to watch the pocket-passer in action. This recruitment should get interesting sooner rather than later.