Texas NFTCs: Running Backs

JaMycal Hasty

Wrapping up our extensive coverage of both the Dallas and Texas NFTC events in Texas we take a look at our favorites position by position and name our Scout selections for the All-Texas NFTC Team...

SCOUT All-NFTC Selection - Dylan Moses

This Class of 2017 certainly impressed. He may have been the top talent prospectwise or ceiling wise at either camp. he was definitely one of the most physically impressive.

After posting a 120+ at a Nike Combine stop in New Orleans he was actually let down in his 96.15 Sparq.

He reads and reacts well. Could play running back or linebacker on the college level.

SCOUT All-NFTC Selection - JaMycal Hasty

Hasty was easily one of the top all-around performers at either camp and as invitations to The Opening go out he could be one who ranks in that discussion.

He checked in at 5'8, 185 pounds and compiled an overall 113.13 Sparq, running a 4.49 40-yard dash and a 4.00 flat pro-shuttle.

He is already committed to Baylor and should fit in well with that offense as he is a valuable weapon in the open field and as a receiver out of the backfield.

The Best of the Rest

  • Nick Ralston from Argyle (Texas) High is a prospect who largely went under the radar by many observers, but not this one. Checking in at 6'1, 225 pounds Ralston is very athletic and looked good working out at both running back an linebacker. He could play either spot in college. A 4.06 pro-shuttle with his frame is eye popping. He has burst. Ralston is committed to Arizona State.

  • Charles West from Coppell (Texas) High is a sleeper who many more should be on in the DFW area. Its hard to imagine a sleeper form the big 5A school, but he will be one who schools like in the spring, especially after a down year at the running back position. He was a leader in the drills and posted a 4.49 40-yard dash time, legitimizing his speed. Arkansas State is his current offer.

  • Jay Bradford from Splendora (Texas) High was the fastest man at either camp stop with a 4.44 40-yard dash time. He has added some nice weight to his frame as well and looked more like the total package . He checked in the camp at 5'11, 190, prototype running back size. He is already committed to Texas A&M.

  • DeUnte Chatman from Humble (Texas) Summer Creek was the Sparq champ in Texas with a 125.13. He is a well put together at 6'1, 217. A 4.00 pro-shuttle is eye-popping at that size. His recruitment could be on the upswing, but currently Illinois State is his lone offer.

  • JaColbie Butler from Pearland (Texas) High is a prospect who popped on radars with a strong junior season, helping his team to a state title appearance. Now he is showing his stuff with strong testing numbers. He ran a 4.46 40-yard dash, the second fastest time in Texas, and a 4.06 pro-shuttle. Looking for offer No. 1, he would fit in well with a spread offense.

  • Port Arthur (Texas) Memorial has a thunder and lightning situation with its running backs. 2015 Texas Tech commit Corey Dauphine was one of the most physically impressive specimens in Houston and Kameron Martin, Class of 2016 25 offer phenom, was one of the fastest.

  • Cedar Hill (Texas) High continues to crank out quality prospects and even though he did not go through the testing Aca'cedric Ware was impressive enough in drill work to catch our eye. Has a nice frame and moves very well.

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