Monday, June 28, 2010

Monday quick hitters

Outside linebacker Trey Brown (Lancaster, Texas) is reporting offers from Oklahoma, Tulsa, Memphis, Houston, Tennessee, UTEP and North Texas. The 6-foot, 205-pound speedy linebacker is planning to attend some July camps, but hasn't set his schedule at this time.

Defensive tackle/offensive guard Mike Mustafa (Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch) is receiving serious interest from Texas Tech, UTEP and Texas A&M among others from the region. The 6-foot-4, 300-pound transfer from Katy Morton Ranch camped at UTEP and will camp at Texas A&M later this summer.

Hard-hitting safety LeShundrick Morrison (Dallas/Bryan Adams) has offers from Baylor, Houston, Missouri, Texas Tech, Minnesota, memphis, UTEP and New Mexico State along with interest from Oklahoma State, Kansas State, Kansas and others. The 5-foot-11, 181-pound Morrison is looking at making an unofficial visit (hopefully camp) to Missouri, who is one of his favorites along with Houston and Baylor. He has already attended camp at UTEP (satellite camp).

DE/OLB Michael Moore (Dallas/Skyline) has offers from Kansas State, Kentucky, Minnesota, Iowa State, Memphis, Louisiana Tech and UTEP with Texas A&M continuing to show interest. Iowa State, Kentucky and Minnesota have emerged as the teams to beat early on for the 6-foot-1, 215-pound versatile prospect.

Underrated DE Marquel Bryant (Dallas/Skyline) has offers from Texas Tech, Kansas State, SMU, Colorado State and UTEP according to an assistant coach at Skyline.. The 6-foot-3, 219-pound Bryant features a quick first step, the balance and agility to quickly turn the corner and a quickly developing frame with long arms.

Under the radar receiver Lovett Gibson (Cedar Hill, Texas) has offers from Minnesota, Colorado, UTEP, North Texas and Western Kentucky. The 6-foot-2, 181-pound soft handed receiver feels like Baylor and Boise State are also close to offering. He lists Minnesota as his current leader, but offers from Baylor and/or Boise State would shake his list up quite a bit. He has attended camps at Baylor and UTEP (satellite camp)

2 comments:

  1. What are your thoughts on Quincy Russell?

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  2. I like Russell, but don't love him. Not a national 100 guy for me, but a solid pick up. I think he can play DT, but could also be a very athletic OG too. Brings some versatility, which I'm a big fan of with prospects.

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