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15 Recruits Visit Texas State


Via tweets by Brent Thibodeaux of Rivals.com, 15 recruits are in San Marcos this weekend on their official visits. Seven of those recruits are not committed anywhere, while the other eight are committed to Texas State.


Not Committed to Texas State

Tyler Tutt, Keller runningback – 3 Stars, 5’10”, 205-lbs. Was committed to TXST before reopening his recruitment.


Martel “Bull” Haugh, Eagle’s Landing nose tackle – unrated, 6’2”, 285-lbs.


Justin Warner, Angleton long snapper – unrated, 6’5”, 225-lbs.


Markeveon Coleman, Dallas Skyline safety – 2 stars, 6’1”, 180-lbs.


Aaron Brewer, Dallas Skyline offensive tackle/center – unrated, 6’3”, 280-lbs.


Nikolas Daniels, Clear Creek linebacker – 2 stars, 5’11”, 235-lbs.


Hal Vinson, South Oak Cliff outside linebacker – 3 stars, 6’1”, 217-lbs




Committed to Texas State

Josiah Washington, De Soto offensive tackle – 2 stars, 6’6”, 290-lbs

Devin Williams, Timberview quarterback – 3 stars, 5’11”, 180-lbs

Anthony Taylor, Allen corner – 2 stars, 5’8”, 177-lbs

Kumonde Hines, Bird safety – 2 stars, 6’3”, 208-lbs

John Lilly, Strake Jesuit nose tackle – 2 stars, 6’0”, 278-lbs

Charlie Vatterot, St. Thomas offensive tackle – 2 stars, 6’4”, 265-lbs

Brendon Rushing, De Soto tight end – 2 stars, 6’4”, 200-lbs

JaShon Waddy, Angleton corner – 2 stars, 5’11”, 166-lbs

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