Jack Curtis
Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL
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Jack Curtis

Defensive End
6′4″ / 220 lbs
Dallas, TX
Highland Park
Class of 2022
Rating: 86
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Rating: 85.5
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Buffalo
Medium
Hawaii
Medium
Illinois State
Medium

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Jason Howell
8 mo ago by Jason Howell
Five 2022s I could easily see emerging on A&M's radar
These five guys caught my attention while I was making my rounds. None of these guys have offers from Texas A&M, but I could easily see all of that changing over the course of the recruiting process.WR Anthony Black, Coppell - Black has absolutely exploded on the basketball recruiting scene in the last few weeks with offers coming from TCU, Texas Tech, Texas, and St. Louis yesterday. He is the son of former Baylor-standout basketball player Terry Black and he is long, lean, and athletic. At 6-5, 185 he has a tremendous catch radius, he likes to get physical, and he has some big, soft hands. Before this stretch his best offers were on the football side, but it certainly looks like basketball is making a strong push. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/12264554/5dc821655b479a0db06a6033DE Jack Curtis, Dallas Highland Park - Curtis is a big athletic strongside d-end type at 6-foot-4, 220. He comes off the ball low, he works his hands, takes on blocks, and he can round the corner coming off the edge. Overall he is one of the more underrated disruptive defenders in that 2022 class, and a guy I expect to see some top notch offers.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11516830/5deeec47066c1d0d7c744cc7OL Neto Umeozulu, Allen - There may not be a hotter OL prospect in the state right now. He has added offers from Houston, Baylor, and Colorado in the last few days and he is doing it off of a limited highlight reel. His size is an eye catcher at 6-foot-4, 300-pounds and what tape he does have shows a whole lot of promise. Big, athletic, and mean, he gets after it one the field.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/12384296/5d9220235eecf40fc080d112DL Nic Caraway, Bryan - He played at 260 last fall and he now checks in at 230. He moves well enough at camps to turn heads at LB which is not easy, and he has spent time at a number of positions over the course of his career. I tend to like him as a DL just because he does have the room to grow. Regardless of position this is a guy I could see blowing up as coaches have a chance to watch him move and play.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/13224625/5e9231331761d605889435d9OL Caden Kitler, Plano John Paul II - He is right around the 6-3 mark which has hurt him on the recruiting front, but I absolutely love the tape. He is athletic, bends well, is light on his feet, has a powerful punch, and he finishes strong. He plays OT for John Paul, but he is a guy I think could easily move inside to OC. He recently received his first offer from Illinois St. but I see him being a P5 guy when it is all said and done. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11214336/5d8067a05b46ad1218467a30A few more to watch just because there's been several really good ones. And, I'm sure I'm leaving a few guys offOL Hunter Erb, Haslet EatonRB Zach Evans, Rockwall-HeathQB Nick Evers, Flower MoundCB Chandler Rivers, Beaumont UnitedWR Sean Sallis, Carrollton CreekviewOL Jacob Waller, ArlingtonWR Jace Wilson, Denton Guyer
Jason Howell
9 mo ago by Jason Howell
Friday afternoon recruiting notes
I went to the Trench Warfare camp today and had a chance to catch up with a few guys.A few recruiting notesDeSoto 2021 DL Shemar Turner did not participate but he was looking on today. He's checking in at about 270-pounds and he looks like he is in great shape. He plans to announce a top five soon, like the next week or so, and the Aggies are in prime position to make that list. I would not say anyone is a frontrunner but the Aggies have set themselves up nicely in this one. Coach Fisher and coach Price have formed a strong relationships. He talks often to coach Price and he looks forward to some of TP's BBQ once things open back up. He is also well aware of the strong DeSoto-A&M connection with guys like Von Miller and Tony Jerrod-Eddie going from DeSoto to A&M to the NFL. We'll have more later but the Aggies are in this one and I expect them to be remain in this one.Arlington Bowie 2022 OL Devon Campbell was the only other prospect there with a Texas A&M offer. He has seen his stock skyrocket this winter and spring and has gone from zero offers to 24. He's checking in at 6-3.5, 280 and he has talked to coach Henson a few times. He is taking his time with recruiting and has not declared any leaders. Texas and LSU are two schools he says are getting after him the hardest. Honestly it is still early but I would give the edge to Texas right now. He didn't say that but the Longhorns were on him very early and they are one of two schools he said were showing the most attention. I don't get the feeling he's getting ready to make any decisions or anything, but looking at this one that's just what my gut is telling me.I also got a chance to see a few top 2022s go through some drillsCampbell was the most dominating OL. He was strong from beginning to end. He lined up at tackle and his athleticism quickly jumps out. He has great bend and a strong punch, and he does a great job of being aggressive and under control at the same time. Very impressive. I see him as more of an interior prospect but he can go.Highland Park DE Jack Curtis stood out at 6-4, 220. His grandfather is Donny Anderson who was a RB for the Packers in Super Bowl I and II. His get off is quick and he has a variety of moves in his arsenal. He plays with leverage and great hands. He has offers from Hawaii, Buffalo, and Illinois State and I look for that list to grow.Allen OL Neto Umeozulu was one of the more intimidating prospects in attendance. He stood out at 6-4, 290. He rotated in at Allen as a sophomore tackle and he looks primed for a breakout season in 2020. Arlington OL Jacob Waller was one of the more athletic, versatile OLs of the day. He lined up at OC, OG, and OT for Arlington and at 6-5, 265 he doesn't have much bad weight too him. As he continues to develop his strength I think he could be one to watch. He won every match-up in one-on-ones and he looked good doing it. Right now he has not heard from any schools. Haslet Eaton OL Hunter Erb had some nice moments too and Dallas Parish Episcopal OL Caden Kitler also showed some nice athleticism.In the 2021 class Arlington Sam Houston OL Zavier Leonard is a sleeper to watch. He looks the part and moves very well. He's very much on the raw side but he could be interesting to watch as a senior. He's a guy who draws attention when he walks in the door as a big framed, lean and mean 6-4, 265.

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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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