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As the volleyball season begins to creep up on us, it's time for fans to pick who they believe should have the honor of being the VYPE DFW Preseason Public School Libero of the Year! With plenty of area athletes graduating, the Dallas-Fort Worth area will see a rise in the young athletes making a name for themselves this fall. Be sure to get your vote in!
Voting will remain open until 7 p.m. on Monday, July 11th.
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Frisco Lone Star four-star cornerback, Jaylon Braxton, took to social media on Tuesday evening to announce his commitment to play college football for Michigan State. The incoming Rangers' senior posted about his decision on Twitter.
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Committed 🟢⚪️ pic.twitter.com/GhJQ1oF2hj— Jaylon Braxton (@JaylonBraxton6) June 14, 2022
The 5-foot-11 athlete is listed as the No. 27 athlete in his position in the state and the No. 44 in the nation. Braxton, a four-star recruit, boasts offers from 28 different college programs including the likes of Baylor, Arkansas, Kansas State, LSU, SMU, TCU and more. His commitment comes slightly three months after making an official visit to the campus.
During his junior season, Braxton recorded three interceptions and 15 pass breakups for Frisco Lone Star's defense. The team allowed only 18 points per game throughout the entire season. On the offensive side of the ball, Braxton tallied 36 catches for 453 yards while scoring two touchdowns.
Braxton is the second cornerback in his recruiting class from the Dallas area who has made their decision to play for Michigan State.