North Texas adds three-star receiver and running back

02/05/2014 4:47 PM

11/12/2014 3:51 PM

Players signed: 19

Tarrant-area signees: 2

Offense: North Texas added three-star recruit Tee Goree of Carthage to fortify a receiving corps that lost two key pieces. The Mean Green also signed receiver Fonzale Davis of Dallas South Oak Cliff. Another three-star recruit arrives in running back Willy Ivery, an all-purpose athlete who gained more than 4,600 yards at Class 4A Sulphur Springs.

Defense: The Mean Green signed two defensive linemen to bolster a unit decimated by graduation. This class includes end Tillman Johnson of Round Rock McNeil and tackle T.J. Tauaalo of Keller Central.

Immediate impact: Certainly the most intriguing prospect in this class is former Dallas Skyline linebacker Anthony Wallace, a transfer from Oregon who was rated as a four-star recruit in his initial class of 2011. He’ll have plenty of opportunities with the Mean Green, whose linebacker corps was hit hard by graduation.

Player Pos. Ht./Wt. School
Jalen Adams WR 5-11/161 Moore (Okla.) Southmoore
Fonzale Davis WR 5-11/185 Dallas South Oak Cliff
Avery Fortenberry OL 6-5/295 Era
Brandon Garner LB 5-11/220 Mansfield Timberview
Tee Goree WR 6-3/170 Carthage
Josh Greer QB 6-5/220 Navarro JC
Willy Ivery RB 5-9/180 Sulphur Springs
Tillman Johnson DE 6-1/243 Round Rock McNeil
Andrew Jones DB 6-1/175 North Mesquite
Kishawn McClain DB 5-11/193 Rosenburg Terry
Connor Means QB 6-4/210 Deer Park
Christopher Miles OL 6-5/291 Flower Mound
Jalen Montgomery LB 5-11/221 Mesquite
Trevor Moore K 5-11/175 Edmond (Okla.) North
O’Keeron Rutherford WR 6-5/185 Carthage
A.J. Smith LB 6-2/225 NE Oklahoma A&M
T.J. Tauaalo DT 6-2/288 Keller Central
Anthony Wallace LB 6-0/235 Oregon
Jeffrey Wilson RB 6-0/190 Elkhart

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