All-District 15-5A selection at wide receiver for the Eagles under coach Kirk Eaton… Team finished 9-2 including a win in the opening round of the state playoffs… Caught 43 passes for 833 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior… His 12 touchdown catches led the district… Named to the The Houston Chronicle’s Top 100…Two-year starter at wide receiver… Also ran track as the Eagles were District 17-5A Champions… Both parents are lawyers… Earned Academic All State honors and works as a volunteer at his church.
Bailiff on Alaka: "He’s a tall, rangy receiver with breakaway speed.”
Anthony Canady II DB 5-9 170 Mesquite, TX (Mesquite)
Standout corner for coach Robbie Robinson and the Skeeters who saw his senior season end early because of an injury during summer 7 on 7 competitions… Saw action in just two games and was credited with 10 tackles and one interception… Earned All District 12-5A honors as a junior and honorable mention honors as a sophomore and was listed by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football as one of the top 25 corners in the state heading into his senior year… Finished his high school career with 104 career tackles and eight interceptions… A member of the A/B Honor Roll who also competed in Speech and Debate in high school.
Bailiff on Canady: "A playmaker. Whether he is at corner or on special teams as a returner, he is a threat."
Ty Carter DS 6-3 260 Houston, TX (Mayde Creek)
Two-time District 19-5A Special Teams Player of the Year as a deep snapper for coach Lance Carter, who is also his father, at Mayde Creek…. Also earned all-district honors a senior and second team honors as a junior for his play on the offensive line... Three-time Academic All District selection… Throws the shot in track… Was selected as a representative to the 2012 Boys State.
Bailiff on Carter: "Very accurate deep snapper who also has great velocity on his snaps."
Jowan Davis RB 5-7 205 Sealy,TX (Sealy)
Power-packed running back who was a three-time All District 25-3A selection in his career for coach Jimmie Mitchell at Sealy… Rushed for over 4,000 yards in his career, including over 1,200 as a senior… Four-year letterman who saw his team’s drive for a fourth consecutive district title ended by El Campo, which was led by a pair of fellow Owl signees (Cole Hunt and Trey Martin)… Also runs track… A member of the Academic Excellence program at Sealy.
Bailiff on Davis: "He’s a very powerful runner who also has great vision, balance and speed."
Nate German QB 6-2 215 Cypress, TX (Cy Woods)
Multi-talented athlete who was a two-year starter at quarterback for coach Trent Faith and the Wildcats… Suffered a preseason injury that limited his playing time as a senior, throwing for 485 yards… Threw for nearly 3,000 yards and 28 touchdowns in his career and added another 13 touchdowns on the ground… A member of the Houston Chronicle Hot 100 and Dave Campbell’s Texas Football’s top 30 quarterbacks heading into his senior year… Named to the The Houston Chronicle’s Top 100… Participated in the Nike Elite 11 Quarterback camp and the US Army All American Combine… A standout in soccer, playing for the Houston Pumas select team which won back-to-back state select team titles (2008-09) while earning Offensive Player of the Year and the Leadership Award for three consecutive years… Also competes in track and basketball… Four-year member of the honor roll.
Bailiff on German: "He’s everything we are looking for in a quarterback he’s athletic and throws the ball with great accuracy."
Peter Godber OL 6-4 287 Toronto, Ontario, Canada (St Andrews)
The latest product of the Owls recruiting efforts in Canada, Godber was named a city and provincial all star as a senior for coach Len Gurr at St. Andrews College. A three-year starter for the Saints and was ranked as the #2 player in Canada this year… Led St. Andrews to the Canadian Independent School Athletic Association title at the Rogers Center in Toronto… Was selected to play for the World Team in the 2012 IFAF International Bowl which was held in Austin.
Bailiff on Godber: ”Big and physical, but also has great feet for a young man his size. He has a huge upside."
D.J. Green LB 6-2 225 Mesquite, TX (Horn)
Co-Defensive MVP of District 12-5A as a senior for coach Rodney Webb and the Jaguars… Led Horn to their most successful season to date, finishing with an 8-4 record and a Bi-District title… Honorable mention All-State pick… Two-year starter who set the career tackles record by averaging 10.3 tackles per game (228 total)… Named to the Dave Campbell’s Texas Football’s Top 20 Linebackers prior to his senior year… Ranked by ESPN as the nation’s 39th best outside linebacker and the state’s 59th best player… Second-team Academic All State selection… Played in the school orchestra.
Bailiff on Green: “A highly motivated young man who plays with a high level of energy and intensity.”
Parker Hanusa DE 6-3 225 Austin, TX (Westwood)
Defensive MVP of District 16-5A after a standout senior season for coach Anthony Wood… Led the Warriors to a 10-3 record…. Credited with 18 sacks as a senior and named the team’s Defensive MVP… Named All-CenTex first team and honorable mention All-State… Second-team Academic All State selection… Also plays basketball… A member of the German Club.
Bailiff on Hanusa:: “Long, rangy and athletic defensive end with tremendous growth potential.”