10 best prep football seniors in Houston area

As usual, lots of talent in area for 2019

Without further ado, here are the 10 best high school football seniors in the Houston area this fall, according to their rankings on Rivals. 

Zach Evans
Height/Weight: 6-0, 195
Position: Running back
School: North Shore 
Overview: The top recruit in the state of Texas and the No. 13 overall recruit in the country, according to Rivals, Evans is a terrific blend of power and speed with the ability to go on long runs every time he touches the ball. He has offers from powerhouse college programs all across the country, but many pundits feel Georgia is the front-runner for his services. 

Demond Demas
6-3, 180
Position: Wide receiver
School: Tomball
Overview: Ranked the No. 2 player in Texas and No. 16 recruit nationally, Demas won’t play his senior year after being ruled ineligible by the University Interscholastic League following a transfer from North Forest. Still, Demas figures to have a bright future in college. He has committed to Texas A & M. 

Vernon Broughton
6-6, 285
Position: Defensive end
School: Cypress Ridge
Overview: The sweepstakes for this big, mobile terror along the defensive line was won by Texas, the school Broughton committed to in July. Broughton also had scholarship offers from Texas A & M, LSU and Ohio State. He is ranked as the No. 6 player in Texas by Rivals. 

Josh White
6-1, 205
Position: Linebacker
School: Cypress Creek
Overview: Despite not being particularly big, White drew interest from powerhouse college programs across the country because of his athleticism and versatility to play multiple positions and schemes. Ranked the No. 10 player in Texas by Rivals, White committed to LSU in April over offers from Alabama, Texas and Oklahoma, among many others. 

Troy Omeire
6-4, 190
Position: Wide receiver
School: Fort Bend Austin
Overview: Committed to Texas A & M, Omeire is the No. 12 player in the state of Texas, according to Rivals. He had offers from Alabama and Texas, but chose the Aggies. Omeire’s best attribute is his leaping ability, as he was a state long jump champion as a sophomore. 

Chad Lindberg
6-6, 300
Position: Offensive lineman
School: Clear Creek
Overview: Lindberg broke the heart of Texas coaches and fans in late July when he committed to Georgia. LSU, Texas A&M and USC were also in the running, but Lindberg decided Georgia and the SEC was the place for him. 

Akinola Ogunbiyi 
6-4, 315
Position: Offensive lineman
School: Kempner
Overview: Mobile for someone of his size, Ogunbiyi has gone back and forth on his college pledge. He originally committed to Texas A&M, then flipped that commitment to Georgia before recommitting to Texas A&M last month. 

Bryson Washington
: 6-3, 190
Position: Safety
School: C.E. King
Overview: A big, rangy secondary player, Washington in July committed to Oklahoma, spurning offers from Texas, Alabama and Auburn. 

Xavion Alford
6-1, 185
Position: Safety
School: Shadow Creek
Overview: Recently committed to Texas over offers from over 40 other schools, including Alabama, Auburn, LSU and Texas A&M. Has good size and instincts and should be one of the state’s top defensive players this year. 

Avery Helm
6-2, 170
Position: Cornerback
School: Marshall
Overview: Cornerbacks with the size and speed of Helm are hard to find, which is why Florida fans were ecstatic when Helm committed to play for the Gators back in April. 

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