With an unofficial visit scheduled for later this month, Southlake Carroll's three-star recruit, Landon Samson, took to Twitter on Wednesday to announce his commitment to play college football at South Carolina:
The 6-foot-1 wide receiver tallied 74 receptions for 1,293 yards and 15 touchdowns during his junior season earning district 4-6A's Offensive Player of the Year title as well as a selection to the All-American Bowl.
Samson's commitment is in huge part to wide receivers coach Justin Stepp. "I know coach Stepp is coming from Arkansas and he's put a couple of guys in the NFL," Samson said in an interview reported by 247Sports. "I think they're going to do really well this year and really bring the team back to one of the top in the SEC."
The 2022 prospect chose the Gamecocks' program over the likes of Nebraska, Arkansas State, Baylor, Duke, North Texas, SMU, San Diego State, Colorado, Yale, and more.
After making an unofficial visit to the Waco campus on June 16th, DeSoto 2022 safety Devyn Bobby took to Twitter Monday afternoon to announce his commitment to Baylor's football program:
The 5-foot-10 prospect was able to work out with Baylor staff on his unofficial visit before the Bears' staff decided to extend an offer. It didn't take long for the 3-star athlete to call Baylor home.
Bobby is a two-time First Team All-District selectee who recorded 77 tackles last season (four for a loss), broke up 12 passes, forced two fumbles, and brought down four interceptions. He helped lead DeSoto to a 10-2 overall finish in the 2020 season.
As a 3-star recruit, Bobby chooses Baylor over the likes of Kansas State, Kansas, UTSA, Illinois State, SMU and more.