When the debut of the 2015 Lone Star Recruiting Top 100 hit the Internet back in March, the biggest worry going is was that with nearly two years to go until the class signs letters of intent, the list would prove to be greatly flawed.
More than 100 days later, it turns out we didn't have a lot to worry about. As the recruiting process continues to evolve, early evaluations have become better and better, which the July updated to the 2015 Top 100 shows, as eight of the original top 10 and 12 of the original 15 on the list remain in the same territory.
In fact, the top two spots remain completely unchanged with Gladewater defensive tackle Daylon Mack continuing to hold down the No.1 spot, while Plano West running back Soso Jamabo. The first changes in the list occurred in the No.3 and No.5 spots, as Keller offensive tackle Maea Teuhema moved up from No.14 to No.3, while Cedar Hll wide receiver DeMarkus Lodge moved up from No.13 to No.4.
Outside of those changes, the rest of the top 10 is comprised of prospects that debuted in the top 10, with Mesquite Poteet linebacker Malik Jefferson (remained at No.4), Fort Bend Marshall cornerback Kendall Sheffield (from No.3 to No.6), West Orange Stark safety Deionte Thompson (from No.5 to No.7), Houston Clear Lake tight end Jordan Davis (from No.7 to No.8), Sulphur Springs athlete Larry Pryor (from No.6 to No.9) and Allen athlete Kyler Murray (from No.9 to No.10) all making the top 10% of the list.
The biggest changes in this month's update, include the following:
• Gilmer cornerback Kris Boyd (from NR to No.12) • Troup quarterback Blake Lynch (from NR to No.14) • Houston Cy Ridge wide receiver Kemah Siverand (NR to No.18) • Rockwall-Heath offensive lineman Trevor Elbert (from NR to No.26) • Longview running back LaMycal Hasty (from NR to No.32) • Splendora running back Jay Bradford (from NR to No.33)