WR D'Aundrey Bradley, Cedar Hill – Often overshadowed on his own team by Texas A&M-bound DaMarkus Lodge, LSU-bound Justin McMillan, and coveted running back Aca'cedric Ware, Cedar Hill 2015 receiver D'Aundrey Bradley continues to impress every time we see him, whether at the Dallas NFTC or Friday in College Station, where he scored all three of Cedar Hill's touchdowns in their first pool-play game, using his tall frame and athleticism to repeatedly beat defenders.
QB Kyler Murray, Allen – Really what more can be said that has not already been said. Murray, a two-time champion with his Allen squad, makes all throws look easy. He was busy all day throwing to receivers’ favorite spots and hitting them in stride.
WR Dee Anderson – He has emerged as one of the top outside wide receiver prospect in the state for the 2016 cycle. Has good size and over the top playmaking ability. The thing I may like best about him though is his competitive nature. He is always battling and playing with a hardcore style.
QB Jalen Hurts, Channelview – Out of the gate, Hurts came out firing, connecting on several touchdown passes. He is quickly becoming one of the premier quarterbacks in the state, and arguably in the country. He wasn’t perfect by any means on the day, but he dealt plenty of great passes on the day. What was most impressive was that he reads the field well and seems to find the right receiver on any given play.
WR Tre Hamilton, Atascocita – A big play receiver who is not one who is known as a top player in the state. But in the three games played on Friday, Hamilton was busy making plays, taking the top off the defense and stretching the field.