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By: Nick Gradney (National Scout) @StatZ_G 


26′ WR Dacorian Rubin (@corirubin1)

Rubin is a physical specimen. This kid is built like a running back but his talent shows why he’s playing the wide receiver position. I saw him catch a 5 yard pass and take it to the house, out running everybody, which is hard to do in 7v7 because it’s touch football. Speed kills and Dacorian have plenty of it. His field awareness was incredible and he attacked the ball in the air so the defender couldn’t break on it. Get to know Dacorian Rubin – a sophomore at Richmond Randle HS (TX).

26′ ATH Dontreal Fisher (@mrpicksixx)

The kid they call “Paco”. Fisher is an elite athlete with a stacked, athletic frame. This kid can do it all, just put the ball in his hands and he’ll make a play. Fisher flashed onto the scene Saturday at DR7 (Houston, TX) tournament with All-En 15U. He made defenders take a step back wherever he lined up. Dontreal have a quick release off the line, a skilled route runner and a great hands catcher. I’m sure he’ll be at the top of everyone’s board soon enough. Get to know Dontreal “Paco” Fisher – a sophomore at Madison HS (TX).

26′ DB Xavier Harmon  (@XavierHarmon24)

Harmon was beyond impressive this past weekend for the Nightrydas 18U squad. Harmon stands about 6’2 with a long, rangy build. Quarterbacks rarely threw to his side and when they did, it was little to no success. Xavier have the foot speed as well as the twitch in the hips to be a top cornerback in his class. The way this kid can cover ground should be coveted by all universities. Harmon played mostly man coverage and didn’t allow receivers much space on the outside. All balls that would normally be 50/50, was more like 80/20 in his case. Get to know Xavier Harmon – a sophomore at Conroe HS (TX).

28′ RB Chris Chizer Jr. (@CjChizer21)

Chizer is a fun player to watch who can pretty much do whatever you need him to do on the field. When I first saw Chizer highlights, I thought he was at least a sophomore in his school. However, this young man is only an 8th grader! Chizer said his primary position is running back but he can also catch well and understand small nuances like how to sit in windows for his age. I’d even go as far as to suggest him to try playing safety – he’s that athletic. This kid have a bright future and if he was a couple inches taller, he’d already be a highly touted recruit. Get to know Chris Chizer – who will be a freshman in the fall at Dekaney HS (via his mother).

25′ WR Elijah Smith  (@smithy1kk)

I went to see Jordan Clay but I stayed for Elijah Smith. This kid is nothing short of electric. Smith have a huge charismatic presence on the gridiron that will wow you from the snap. Elijah have a nice burst from the line of scrimmage that creates separation from the defender. There were too many times to count where he left opposing players in the dust. Smith have great size, hands and very explosive to play on a collegiate level. I believe next season, he’ll put it all together and have a great senior year. Get to know Elijah Smith – a junior at Roosevelt HS (TX).

26′ DB Jaxon Bailey (@jaxon_b26)

Jaxon Bailey was a star standout in the secondary for KC Elite 15U. The natural, lateral mobility he possesses is to behold. Jaxon is a versatile defensive back that can play corner or safety. Bailey held his own and made timely stops for his team throughout the entire tournament. Keep an eye on this kid going forward. Get to know Jaxon Bailey – a sophomore at Klein Collins HS (TX).

26′ ATH Timonthy Carter Jr.  (@sh0wtime_doodie)

Carter Jr is listed as an ATHLETE for a reason. What a weekend at DR7 he had, playing multiple positions. This kid is a young phenom, who is equally great at quarterback as he is wide receiver. Carter Jr have a cannon for an arm but also can make the touch pass. His God given ability when the ball is in his hands is jaw dropping – whether he’s making defenders miss in the open field or he’s throwing dimes, Timonthy is a hidden gem but I’m not sure for how much longer. He have great measurables for his age and amazingly, he’s still growing into his frame. Carter Jr led his high school team to its first ever TCSAAL State Championship and put up an astounding 3,766 total yards and 57 total touchdowns. Get to know Timonthy Carter Jr – a sophomore at KIPP Sunnyside HS (TX).

28′ ATH Royce Bimage (@RoyceBimage)

You may see the name “Bimage” and think of his older brother Rodney, who was a 3⭐️ recruit, who is now signed to Arizona State University. However, Royce ia now making a lane for himself and looks to stand on his own. This kid have unbelievable size at nearly 6 ft tall and haven’t even entered high school yet. Royce plays both sides of the football but I believe his primary position will be defensive back. Bimage have excellent footwork to go along with great closing speed. His height alone effected many throws this past weekend in DR7’s (Houston, TX) tournament. Quarterbacks had to account for him every time they dropped back. It was eye popping to see how he can stop on a dime and leave one area to shutdown another in the blink of an eye. Royce could blow up on the scene in the near future due to his physical traits that most college recruiters love. Get to know Royce Bimage – who will be a freshman at Dickinson, HS (TX).

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