Mid-Season Top Recruits Updated Film and Evals

Evaluation and analysis of some of our top athletes thus far this season. Here are some of the top uncommitted recruits to know in Texas High school football

Here is a list of all of our top athletes’ updated mid-season films, evals, and analyses. Discover the best uncommitted, division I, FBS caliber prospects on this exclusive list of the hand-picked athletes we have carefully selected to represent. 

The following players have proved they can get the job done on the field thus far this season and in the classroom. Each one of our athletes averages a 3.5 GPA or higher and are spectacular people off the field and involved in their school and communities. 

Here is our list of the top 2023 and 2024 recruits to know: 

2023 Recruits

  • Bryce Fucik (23′) | 6-2/195 | QB | Strake Jesuit 
  • Patrick Burke (23) | 6-3/190 | QB | Episcopal School of Dallas 
  • JT Fayard (23′) | 6-5/215 | QB | Foster 
  • Damian Neveaux jr. (23′) | 5-11 /200 | LB,DB, ATH Katy
  • Carson Green (23′) | 5’9/180 | RB | Reagan

2024 Recruits

  • Aaron Scherp (24′) | 6’/185 | SS, LB| Southlake Carroll
  • Aiden Kaplan (24′) | 6-3/275 | OL | Lake Creek
  • Lane Stockton (24′) | 6-1/175 | QB | Tomball Memorial
  • Harrison Moore (24) | 6’5, 240 | TE | Southlake Carroll

2023 Recruits

Bryce Fucik (23′) | 6-2/195 | QB | Strake Jesuit 

Bryce has come out on a mission this season and has proved that with his hard work over the offseason that has paid off, and it is evident on the field. Fucik has shown a quicker release, better mechanics, and the ability to rifle passes splitting coverage to find his open receivers quickly. Big-time reasons why he has accumulated very good yardage this season with his legs, but most impressively with his arm. Bryce shows an amazing ability to work the pocket, keep his eyes downfield, and buy time with his legs avoiding pressure or hanging in the face of pressure while keeping his eyes downfield and delivering a nice catchable pass. Accuracy, velocity, mechanics, and timing are just a few things that are bearing out on the field for Bryce. Holds multiple divisions I interest in from schools like Houston, Texas State, McNeese State, and many others. 
 
 

Patrick Burke (23) | 6-3/190 | QB | Episcopal School of Dallas 

Patrick has a big-time arm paired with his athleticism makes him a dangerous player with the football in his hands. A smart athlete and field general on the field. Patrick is a leader on the field as well as in the classroom. Patrick can make defenses pay with his arms or legs, just when they think he is going to run, he can stop and deliver a strike down the field. He shows excellent mechanics working the pockets, can evade pressure, and has excellent footwork in his dropback. He shows elite accuracy and velocity on all throws towards the sideline, middle of the field, or even deep down the field. Patrick can consistently find the endzone and open receiver. He is a division I, FBS caliber prospect who will be a great contributor at the next level. 
 

JT Fayard (23′) | 6-5/215 | QB | Foster 

Jt has proved this season that he is without a doubt top tier talent and an elite quarterback who will be a steal for any team that gets a commitment from this QB. This season JT recruitment has begun to heat up and interest from Hawaii, Ball State, ACU, and many others have been coming in heavy for Fayard who has impressed many with his performances this season. JThas led Foster to blow out wins by dominating opponents through the air throwing this fall. JT is an excellent FBS, division I caliber prospect who will be a high producer at the next level. 

(featured photo credit: JT Fayard (23′) Foster, QB, Twitter, by @photographyhstn

Damian Neveaux jr. (23′) | 5-11 /200 | LB,DB, ATH Katy

Damian is making his name known this season even more with performances that showcase him flying all over the field and making plays being a leader on defense and performing week in and week out in one of the nation’s toughest division of 6A football. Damian has shown versatility on the field and can come downhill and lay the lumber on defenders from the hybrid linebacker, and safety position. Damian has a high motor and flies sideline to sideline with a nose to sniff out plays and make TFLs or sacks. His recruiting has begun to heat more this season with interest from schools like UTEP, Duke, Montana State, and others. 

Carson Green (23′) | 5’9/180 | RB | Reagan

Carson may very well be one of the best uncommitted and under-the-radar running backs in the entire country. The central Texas area has lagged in recruiting spotlight for many years with so many talented players going unnoticed. Green is a running back that is without a doubt an FBS division I caliber prospect who could be highly ranked, and have plenty of stars and offers. However, due to missing some time last season, Green is making up for time this season with spectacular performances beating over defenses on the ground signally handly sometimes some could say helping lead his team to victories. Green has an average height for a running back with an athletic build, built for busting long runs out of the backfield and also racking up receiving yards. Carson displays elite speed and agility on every run, with phenomenal contact balance with the ability to spin off multiple hits and stack cuts on the same run to take the football into the endzone for six points. Carson has interest from some of the top programs around the country and it will be special to see his recruiting take off this season. FBS caliber prospect with a high ceiling for success at the next level. 

2024 Recruits

Aaron Scherp (24′) | 6’/185 | SS, LB| Southlake Carroll

Aaron is quickly becoming one of the top defensive back recruits in his class this season. He displays the ability to be as smooth his back pedal as any elite defensive back and can also play in the box and shut down plays. Has a knack for finding the football and making plays for his team. Aaron is a leader both on and off the field and handles business in the classroom as well as on the field. Will be a very special FBS caliber prospect who will be highly rated, and have plenty of stars and offers soon. Interest from division I programs has begun to pick up this season for Scherp.

Aiden Kaplan (24′) | 6-3/275 | OL | Lake Creek

Aiden is as versatile as any offensive lineman. He can play multiple positions on the offensive line like center, guard, or tackle. However, we have Aiden projected to be an elite interior offensive lineman who has shown major progress this season and has more of a mean streak in his blocking mid-way through the regular season. Aiden has shown he can play sound tech quite football from an offensive linemen’s precipice while dominating opponents. Aiden has a nice solid base, a heavy-handed punch, and can drive defenders into the ground. Aiden will be one of the top interior offensive linemen recruits in his class. 

Lane Stockton (24′) | 6-1/175 | QB | Tomball Memorial

Lane is a dual-sport athlete and besides splitting time last season nd sitting behind a senior this year, Lane is still one of the top 2024 quarterbacks in the nation, and his film and hudl will prove it. When Lane’s number is called upon he delivers. Simply put this kid can ball. He can hurt defenses through the air with a very accurate arm and deliver the football with just the right amount of velocity and touch on all throws. 

 

Harrison Moore (24) | 6’5, 240 | TE | Southlake Carroll

Harrison is one of the if not the top tight end recruit in the class of 2024 in the entire country and he is proving why this season. Harrison has an impressive athletic frame, with a large catch radius and athletic build, Harrison can block just as well as he can run smooth and crisp routes often finding the endzone. A Redzone threat and versatile player on offense than can stay on the field on any down. He has been picking up interest from top programs around the country this season from schools like Duke, Tennessee, and the Okalaham Sooners to name a few. 

 

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