5 Must-See Texas Prospects This Spring

Written by: Drew Johnson (@RealNews102)

Before the dust settles from the HS spring session and college camp showcases, recruits eagerly anticipate the upcoming season. With new talent emerging and established players stepping up their game, there are plenty of notable stock risers who deserve recognition. These athletes have put in the work and have seen an uptick in offers/interest. Let’s take a closer look at some top performers ready to shine this season.

Latreyson Haralson | ATH | 2027 | Tyler High | @903TREY 

This kid was one of the top 2027 prospects who I’ve watched compete throughout the offseason. Haralson is a versatile athlete with the frame and skills to make an impact on both sides of the ball. At 6-1, 180-pounds, Haralson will develop into a national recruit. Has received recent in-state offers from UTEP, UTSA, and SMU. 

Von Lane | QB | 2027 | Tyler Legacy | @VonLane6 

Lane is starting to get some much deserved attention in the offseason since showing off his potential to be an accurate leader under center. The 6-3, 200-pound rising freshman is a dangerous natural lefty who can zip the ball around the field with a nice frame to stand strong or move around in the pocket. Still has plenty of time to work on his game but watch out for Lane to get some college offers soon. 

Kaysn Dial  | ATH | 2026 | Palestine Westwood High School | @KaysnDial 

Dial is another rising ATH in the 2026 class who had a solid showing this off-season. This kid was a DOG standout during the DR7 Nationals tournament where he showed off strapped man coverage skills and versatility to get it done on both sides. He’s a problem at the WR position with productive numbers a season ago. Look out for his name to pop during the spring period. 

Jeremiah Hinojosa | ATH | 2027 | Chapel Hill High School | @JeremiahHi81634 

Hinojosa is a young prospect who is starting to put things together. He’s been training consistently in the off-season as he can make plays on both sides of the ball. 

Kenny Mosley | ATH | 2025 | Dangerfield High School | @k3nny6mosley 

Mosley is a multi-sport athlete with electric track speed that he uses on the gridiron. He’s a 2025 prospect with a solid 6-0, 185-pound frame. Watched him show off some elite coverage skills during the 7v7 period and think he has some upside left to develop into a college recruit.

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