Northeast Tarrant County is shaping up to be a banner year for Division I football recruiting. The 2016 class could feature at least 18 recruits who will be signing with either a P5, G5 or FSC program.
As this area grows and more high schools are added, the number of prospects should continue to grow as well.
The following is an alphabetical list of each school with the recruits listed by positions and who has offered. This list is subject to change.
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DB Reid Harrison-Ducros – UL-Monroe, Colgate, Yale, Boise State
WR Ralph Lauren McCauley – UL-Monroe, Texas State
No Division I offers
DE Houston Miller – Verbally committed to Texas Tech
RB Tyler Tutt – Iowa, Boise State, UTEP, UL-Monroe, Nevada, Air Force, Army, Texas State
QB Caleb Griffin – Sam Houston State
WR Cam Johnson – UL-Monroe
FS Larry Hutchins – New Mexico
DB Phillip Frost – Navy, Colgate
Keller Fossil Ridge
LB Randall Friday – Colorado State
QB Bryce Baccarini – Navy, Army, Harvard
DB Noah Powell – Colgate
Keller Timber Creek
No Division I offers
Northwest Byron Nelson
OL Kellen Diesch – Verbally committed to Arkansas
DE Brandon Bowen – Arizona, Arkansas, Baylor, Michigan, Minnesota, Ole Miss, North Texas, Oklahoma, Oregon State, SMU, TCU, Texas, Texas Tech
OL Justin Self – Army, Navy, Texas State, Arkansas, New Mexico, Stephen F. Austin
DB Obi Eboh – Arizona State, Arkansas, Boston College, Colorado, California, UConn, Duke, Harvard, Illinois, Iowa, Iowa State, UL-Monroe, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Nebraska, North Texas, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Rice, SMU, San Diego State, Texas Tech, Central Florida, Vanderbilt, Washington, Wisconsin
Lil’Jordan Humphrey – California, Duke, Colorado. Illinois, Iowa, UL-Monroe, Ole Miss, San Diego State, Texas, Texas Tech, Central Florida, Washington, Wisconsin
WR Zach Farrar – Air Force, Boston College, Fresno State, Illinois, Liberty, Iowa, UL-Monroe, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana Tech, North Texas, Purdue, San Diego State, SMU, Texas State, UTSA, Texas Tech, Toledo, Washington
OL Lucas Tribble – Toledo