Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
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Gavin Byers

Offensive Lineman
6′5″ / 255 lbs
Colleyville, TX
Heritage
Class of 2020
Rating: 87
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National Avg
Rating: 84.0
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School Preferences

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Recruited by
Baylor
Committed
3/26/2019
Arkansas
None
New Mexico
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Syracuse
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Tulsa
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Gavin Byers 2020 Junior Season

Updates

5 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A Round-up of Recruiting News in the Lone Star State
Recruiting is starting to pick up with spring football in full force around the state as teams look to prepare their rosters for the future. Jason Howell provides an update on the latest recruiting news in Texas.
11 mo ago by Jason Howell
TexAgs Game of the Week: Colleyville Heritage vs. Denton Ryan
The TexAgs Game of the Week returns to the DFW area. Colleyville Heritage and Texas A&M commitment Kameron Brown take on an undefeated Denton Ryan squad in a tough 4-5A Div I battle. Both are undefeated in district play and are capable of putting big numbers on the scoreboard.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
TexAgs High School Game of the Week: Colleyville Heritage at Southlake Carroll
Last week Houston got the nod for game of the week, this week it's time for DFW to shine. There were plenty of top games to choose from, but Colleyville Heritage at Southlake Carroll on Friday night won us over.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
With summer now in full swing, the recruiting trail continues to heat up as recruits are trimming their lists, taking visits and making decisions about their futures. Jason Howell runs down all the latest commitments, under-the-radar prospects and more.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
My Three Things
-Preston Stone is on fire - The Dallas Parish Episcopal 2021 QB has seen his offer list explode this spring. In the last two weeks he has received 13 Power 5 scholarship offers, 5 from the SEC alone. Three times in that stretch he has received multiple offers on one day, and he has received at least one offer every day this week. This morning as I was typing this up, Vanderbilt became the most recent to join his offer list. Yesterday, Ohio State extended an offer. During this stretch he has also added Baylor, Illinois, North Carolina, Georgia, South Carolina, Texas, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Virginia, and Virginia Tech. He received his Texas A&M offer before the flurry started, and he now holds in-state offers from Texas A&M, Baylor, Houston, North Texas, SMU, TCU, Texas, Texas State, and Texas Tech. Not bad for anyone let alone a freshman.-Offers roll in for some of my favorite 2020s - There are guys I root for out there. Not that I'm necessarily rooting against anyone, but there are a few guys I have thought were worthy and it is nice to see their hard work pay off. Grapevine Faith QB Deuce Hogan is one of those guys, and this week he grabbed his first P5 offers from Iowa, Iowa State, and Oklahoma State. Hogan is 6-4, has added some weight to his frame, and he can flat out spin it. Cedar Hill OL Courtland Ford is another one, and he had a strong few weeks as well. He has also had a big two weeks Alabama, Georgia, Kansas State, Iowa State, and LSU each extended scholarship offers. He is nimble on his feet and bends well, plus he has a nasty streak. Ford was out all but two game last fall after having corrective osteotomy surgery. The surgery reshapes a defective bone to prevent future injury. He is now healthy and on a dominant path.https://twitter.com/BigClint37/status/981906823157600256-My favorite watch of the week - This just goes out to the guy I enjoyed watching the most during practices this week. Bishop Dunne 2020 TE Elijah Yelverton was a strong candidate, and so was 2020 ATH Jaden Hullaby. South Oak Cliff's Steven Parker also got after it and I did enjoy seeing 2021 LB Jai Jones for the first time. However, Colleyville Heritage 2020 OL Gavin Byers gets my nod. The guy was so nasty in the trenches. He knocked guys down and then he knocked them down again and then he laid on them and then he pushed off of them as he got up after the play. It really was a thing of beauty. He was quick off the line. He stayed low. He picked up blocks at the second level. Consider me a fan.
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