Alamo City: Playmakers
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This article highlights some impressive football prospects in San Antonio who have come out early this season and had phenomenal performances. Big plays in the passing game, the ability to make big runs and also be shut down defenders, are…
This article highlights some impressive football prospects in San Antonio who have come out early this season and had phenomenal performances. Big plays in the passing game, the ability to make big runs and also be shut down defenders, are what these playmakers have done to raise their profiles in San Antonio. These players showcase some of the elite talent emerging from San Antonio and are likely to attract attention from college recruiters.
Chad has shown great promise with 1,302 passing yards, 17 touchdowns and a 69% completion rate in his second year as a starter. Warner has the skill set to make plays with his arm off the hoof, his superb field vision enables him to find open targets and he throws lasers down the field. Chad has proved with his stellar play that he is a top quarterback prospect in the Class of 2025. His big arm and pocket mobility make him a college prospect to watch.
Hawkins, a TCU commit, had a standout performance with 469 yards and 6 touchdowns in a victory of Roosevelt. Ty has the skill set to make plays outside the pocket, he has a calm demeanor not getting rattled by pressure and his decision making with the football is what makes him a weapon with the football in his hands. He has his Johnson squad ranked high in the San Antonio area polls due his stellar play and they are one of the favorites to come out of San Antonio when the playoffs start up. His quick release, versatility in making throws and athleticism has made him one of the most sought after prospects from San Antonio.
Cooper, known for his route-running skills and speed, has already caught ten touchdowns and is averaging 135 receiving yards per game. Jalen is jitterbug quick, he has excellent short area quickness that enables him to create space in tight coverage and he excels at yards after the catch. He andhave teamed up to give defenses fits early this season and they are putting up major numbers. His recruiting stock is rising, and he has a visit planned to SMU this weekend.
Trevor is a versatile athlete who can play various positions, including cornerback, outside linebacker and safety. Short has an explosive first step as an edge rusher in passing situations, he has great bend which enables him to run the arch with great speed and he closes like a hawk on the ball carrier. Trevor is disruptive wherever he lines up and he uses proper angles in run support and is an excellent open field tackler. If college programs are looking for a difference maker to attack defensively and be a playmaker, then Short fits that mold. His recent success in guarding top-notch receivers has garnered college interest, with UIW and UTSA reaching out.