Bailiff on Schantz: ”Explosive defensive end and a natural pass rusher who makes plays sideline to sideline. “
Parker Smith WR 6-1 190 Richmond, TX (Travis)
All-District 23-5A and All Region III selection as a senior for coach Randy Cunningham at Travis HS as both a wide receiver and punter…. Led team to the Region III championship game…. Finished his career with 80 receptions for 1,456 yards and 12 touchdowns, including 45 for 1,006 and nine scores as a senior… Father (Bobby) played football and baseball at Louisiana Tech, brother (Conner)is currently a quarterback at Colorado State… Academic All-State second team selection.
Bailiff on Smith: ”Exceptional hands and very athletic with the ball in his hands.”
Cole Thomas DB 6-2 190 Katy, TX (Cinco Ranch)
Second team All-District 19-5A selection at quarterback as a senior for coach Don Clayton at Cinco Ranch, which has produced a number of current Owls including LB James Radcliff and DE Tanner Leland… A member of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football’s Top 300 as an athlete… Named to the The Houston Chronicle’s Top 100…Threw for nearly 1,500 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior while setting a school record for completion percentage (66.5%) and over 3,000 yards and 29 TDs in two seasons… Also credited with 91 tackles on defense… Team captain as a senior… Academic All State and Academic All District selection… Elected to the Superintendent’s Round Table and received the school’s Outstanding Academic Achievement Award… Member of the National Honor Society and volunteers with Katy Christian Ministries. Bailiff on Thomas: ”Great athlete who runs 4.4 in the 40 and 3.9 in the pro shuttle.”
Kenneth Thompson OL 6-4 285 Houston, TX (Langham Creek)
Two-time All District 17-5A selection and a three-year starter for coach Todd Thompson at Langham Creek HS…. Led team to district title as a senior… Honorable mention All-State honoree… Tabbed by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Top 300 as one of the top 30 line prospects heading into 2012… Named to the The Houston Chronicle’s Top 100.. Eagle Scout. Bailiff on Thompson: “Strong, dominating lineman who finishes his blocks and shows his athleticism by being one of the top shot putters in the area.”
Nick Uretsky LB 6-0 215 San Antonio, TX (Alamo Heights)
All-State, All-Area and District 27-4A Defensive MVP selection as a senior for coach Mike Norment in his final season at Alamo Heights, which also produced former Rice standout Chase Clement … Credited with 182 tackles as a senior while leading the Mules to an 8-3 record…. Credited with 454 tackles in his career… Also ran track and a member of the Mules’ 4x100 relay that was a regional finalist and was named team captain… National Hispanic Merit Scholar and an Eagle Scout… A member of Young Life and FCA.
Bailiff on Uretsky: “Physical linebacker who plays downhill with great instincts. He’s a natural tackler who makes plays all over the field.”
Robby Wells III TE 6-5 225 Katy, TX (Taylor)
All District 19-5A selection for coach Flint Risien at Katy Taylor HS after catching 48 passes for 510 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior… A former quarterback, Wells completed 11 of 17 passes for 109 yards and a touchdown in spot duty and also rushed for 44 yards on 15 carries… Named to Dave Campbell’s Texas Football’s Top 300 as one of top 10 tight ends coming into his senior year and as the seventh best tight end in Texas in their postseason edition… Closed out his career with 50 receptions for 520 yards and 11 TDs, 515 yards rushing with three touchdowns and 939 yard passing (102/188) with five TDs… Also lettered in baseball… A member of the National Honor Society and a second-team Academic All-State selection… Four-time Academic All District choice… A member of Young Life and Best Buddies… Performed in Taylor’s presentation of “Seussical, The Musical”.
Bailiff on Wells : “Great hands, and a great athlete. Coach Risien used him as a tight end, wide receiver, running back and quarterback. ”
Brian Womac DE 6-3 230 Houston, TX (Memorial)
Defensive Player of the Year in District 19-5A for coach Gary Koch at Memorial HS… All-district as a senior and a second team selection as a junior… Four-year letterman… Named to Dave Campbell’s Texas Football’s Top 300 linebackers heading into his senior year and as the eighth best LB in Texas in their postseason edition… Named to the The Houston Chronicle’s Top 100
Academic All-District selection.
Bailiff on Womac: ”Played both inside and outside linebacker with a very high motor and sudden acceleration which translates into great potential as a pass rusher.”