Hal Presley

Wide Receiver
6′4″ / 195 lbs
Arlington, TX
Mansfield Summit
Class of 2021
Rating: 88

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Rating: 88.5

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Georgia Tech
Kansas State
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Junior Year Highlights


6 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few DFW Notes (Not COVID-19 related, just recruiting)
A few more DFW guys I'm watching at WR Brenen Hawkins, Colleyville Heritage - 6-3, 200, just transferred from Godley to Colleyville Heritage. He is a less refined version of some guys blowing up right now. I would put his upside with anyone around. Hal Presley, Mansfield Summit = this is a guy we moved up in the last round of rankings, he is coming off a strong 2019 season. He averaged just shy of 20 ypc on 45 receptions for Summit. At 6-4, 190, he has blown up with offers the last few months and the tape shows why. Big playmakers in small packages - Duncanville's Roderick Daniels has drawn quite a bit of attention in this category lately and rightfully so. His state championships performance alone was electric, but there are a few more guys I would keep an eye on as well. Jayleen record, Dallas Madison = explosive slot, he's a smaller guy at 5-10, 170. He averaged 11.7 ypc, had 1,159 yds and 18 TDs, and averaged 20.1 ypr and had 14 receiving TDs.'Qualen James, Lancaster - 5-10, 180, and he has posted an early 10.7 in the 100m. He is also the first leg of Lancaster's 4x100 which recently clocked a nation's best 40.65. As a junior he split time with LSU signee Tre Bradford at RB and averaged 9.8 ypc and had 10 rushing TDs. Henry, McKinney North - 5-11, 155 and recorded 1400 yards, 20 ypc, and 16 rec TDs on his way to district MVP honors in one of the highest scoring offenses in DFW. 2022s The best DFW WR not listed in the TexAgs 2022 rankings is Lancaster's Phaizon Wilson. The 6-4, 210-pound WR is someone who has stood out at multiple 7-on-7 events. He is a go-to receiver with speed, length, physicality, and hands. He is also a pretty stout basketball player, but he has dedicated himself solely to football. He counts Arkansas, Missouri, and Florida among his offers and he will be one of the best prospects in the class. Joining Wilson to make one of, if not the best 2022 WR duos in DFW, is Stephon Johnson. At 6-1, 170-pounds, Johnson is a wiry framed prospect known for his smooth stride, strong routes, big hands, and leaping ability. He transferred in from Houston Heights and is making some bigtime noise in DFW since his arrival. He already holds an offer from Kansas. Some 2023s to watch The Aggies offered their first DFW 2023 when they offered Wylie East DE Anthony James, here's two more guys you may want to put on offer watch. CB Malik Muhammad, Dallas South Oak Cliff I have had coaches I know and respect absolutely rave about this guy's talents since the start of the season. I can also vouch for this guy, he is a dogged defender who plays with tremendous confidence and swagger. He loves to get in the face of his opponent and he can cover with the best. LB Anthony Hill, Denton Ryan This is another prospect coaches have been talking about for a couple of years now. At 6-foot-2, 205-pounds he has a stout build and found his way onto the field for one of the most ferocious defenses in the state. This guy is a physical, explosive, thumper sideline-to-sideline ability. A few more 2023 standoutsWR Ernest Thomas, Dallas Skyline - Missouri, Arkansas, and Kansas offersS Daniel Demery, Dallas Parish Episcopal - Vanderbilt, Colorado, and SMU among his offersQB Brennan Storer, Dallas Highland Park - counts offers from Kansas, Kent State, Texas State, and Illinois St.QB Chris Parson, Duncanville - Iowa and Kansas among his offersQB Cedric Harden, Cedar Hill - Kansas has offered

Career Stats

Season Rec TDs Rec Yds Rec
8 874 45
5 407 24

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99-100: Elite national prospect (Five-star)

Considered one of the best prospects in the nation and a likely difference-maker at the collegiate level. Displays all of the physical skills to be a future All-American with potential to be an early-round NFL draft pick.

90-98: Elite state prospect (Four-star)

Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

70-79: Solid prospect (Two-star)

Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.

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