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The Pecking Order: Texas Class of 2020 recruiting rankings update

August 31, 2017

We are expanding the 2020 top 15 to a top 25 before the season starts, and there have been some changes. Not everything changed, but there have been a few alterations.

What stayed the same:

What changed:

  • Five new faces in the top 15
  • RB Zach Evans jumps into the top five after a big summer
  • Keller Central’s DJ Graham moves from WR to ATH

New to the top 10:

  • RB Zach Evans, Galena Park North Shore – moves up from No. 13 to No. 4
  • WR Demond Demas, Houston North Forest – from unranked to No. 8
  • ATH Drew Sanders, Colleyville Heritage – from unranked to No. 9
  • OL Courtland Ford, Cedar Hill – from unranked to No. 10

New faces in the top 15:

  • WR Brian Darby, College Station A&M Consolidated – from unranked to No. 14
  • OL Trent Pullen, Waco Connally – from unranked to No. 15

Position breakdown (Highest ranked)

  • QB – 2 (No. 16 Deuce Hogan)
  • RB – 3 (No. 2 Jase McClellan)
  • WR – 3 (No. 8 Demond Demas)
  • OL – 4 (No. 6 Jordan Jefferson)
  • DT – 3 (No. 19 Branard Wright)
  • DE – 1 (No. 11 Victor Idusuyi)
  • LB – 0
  • CB – 3 (No. 1 RJ Mickens)
  • S – 2 (No. 5 Lejond Cavazos)
  • ATH – 4 (No. 3 Ja’Quinden Jackson)

Prospects to watch

These guys did not make the top 25, but are right there in the discussion.

ATH Trey Bradford, Lancaster – He's also a track standout and already holds offers from Baylor and Texas Tech.

S Jonathan Davis, Dallas South Oak Cliff – The 6-2, 165-pound DB already holds offers from Arizona and Illinois.

ATH Kelvontay Dixon, Carthage – The brother of RB and Texas commit Keaontay Ingram already holds offers from Baylor, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas and Colorado.

OL Donovan Ford, DeSoto – Young for his class, he stands 6-3 and weighs 285 pounds. He's a projected starter for the Eagles.

S Jason Kerl, Aledo – The 6-1, 185-pound Kerl is smart, fast and a big hitter to watch for in the Bearcats secondary.

CB Jabbar Muhammad, DeSoto – Oklahoma State and Oregon State have already put scholarships on the table.

WR Jaxon Smith, Rockwall – SMU became the first to extend an offer to the Rockwall playmaker.

S Darius Snow, Hebron – The son of former NBA-star Eric Snow is turning heads in the Hebron secondary.

WR Collin Sullivan, Round Rock – Houston, Oregon and SMU have offered the 6-1, 175-pound receiver.

S Chris Thompson, Duncanville – He received his first offer from Baylor in the spring.

Check out the complete list here: 2020 TexAgs Top 25

Also, make sure to check out TexAgs' other featured rankings:

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