1. Jordan Davis
Houston (Texas) Clear Lake
6'4 | 250
Recruiting Interests: Committed to Texas A&M
Evaluation: Davis is a jumbo framed tight end prospect who is very light on his feet. He already has adequate size for blocking, but will really surprise you with his route running ability and hands. Looks like he could grow more and some may think OL when they see him, but he has shown on film and in person that he can run, catch, and block. He already factored in to his team's offense, but look for his productivity to pick up even more.
2. Hale Hentges
Jefferson City (Missouri) Helias
6'4 | 230
Evaluation: A fantastic two-way talent from the 'Show Me State'. He could be a valuable addition as a tight end or as a defensive end. On defense, he is quick off the ball and long. He uses his speed to get in the backfield and make plays and his height to leap in to the air to bat down balls. On offense, he uses his size as an advantage of defenders and shows good hand-eye coordination and body control. Most schools are recruiting him as a TE.
3. Hanner Shipley
Marble Falls (Texas) Faith Academy
6'5 | 275
Recruiting Interests: Committed to LSU
Evaluation: Shipley plays tight end and could make an easy move to the offensive line once he settles in at college. He is a bigger-framed athlete at receiver for sure, but there is no doubt that he is a tremendous blocker. He has a great on the field attitude, playing hard snap after snap and doing what it takes. Do not let his size fool you, Shipley can also catch the ball, which just speaks to his overall athleticism and potential future upside.