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HOUSTON – Early National Signing Day is normally a spectacle by itself.
But this year, you throw in the wild summer of conference realignment – started by Texas and Oklahoma officially getting accepted into the SEC and leaving the Big 12 Conference – paired with the wild coaching carousel that was headlined by Lincoln Riley leaving Oklahoma for USC, this day is crazier than usual.
New head coaches and staffs have been racing across the country in their private jets to either try and keep their new program’s current signing class together or flip players from their old to their new school.
Here is what we know about Houston’s top stars in the Class of 2022 and what they plan to do this week. This is your Roadmap to Early National Signing Day in Houston.
Harold Perkins (Cy Park) – Will Commit January 2 Ranked No. 1 player in Texas by 24/7Sports and No. 1 Linebacker. Ranked No. 5 overall Nationally Perkins is down to his Top 3 of Texas A&M, LSU and Texas. Perkins had an in-home visit with the Longhorns back on December 9.
Kelvin Banks (Summer Creek) – Will Sign to Texas on Wednesday Ranked No. 3 player in Texas by 24/7 Sports and No. 15 Nationally
Banks was originally committed to Oregon since early this fall. But with Mario Cristobal taking the Miami job, Banks decommitted. He originally said he would wait until February after this. But on Saturday, Banks verbally committed to Texas. He does plan to sign to Texas on Wednesday. VYPE has been told that Banks is on vacation and will sign his NLI and send it in Wednesday morning.
Denver Harris (North Shore) – Is Expected to Announce and Sign on Wednesday Ranked No. 5 player in Texas, No. 16 Nationally
Denver Harris has kept his recruiting process rather quiet. The five-star cornerback has made it known that he will be making his decision on Wednesday. VYPE has been told it will be done in the morning prior to the team’s practice around 10:30 am. Harris hasn’t publicly released his top schools but has recently made a trip to Texas A&M and visited with Texas coaches in-home back on December 10.
Conner Weigman (Bridgeland) – Will Sign with Texas A&M on Wednesday Ranked No. 7 player in Texas, No. 19 Nationally
The dual-sport Conner Weigman will sign with Texas A&M on Wednesday. He will celebrate the signing at 3:15 in the cafeteria at Bridgeland High School. Weigman, a five-star quarterback, is a part of what the Aggies hope is their best class in history. Earlier on Monday, Zach Calzada entered the transfer portal from Texas A&M. This leaves former Longview QB Haynes King, who was starting for the Aggies before an injury this past season and Blake Bost, for Port Neches-Groves signal-caller as some of his main competition. Weigman also plays baseball and could see the field this spring for Texas A&M as he is an early graduate.
Chris Marshall (Fort Bend Marshall) – Will Sign in February Ranked No. 11 player in Texas, No. 62 Nationally
Chris Marshall verbally committed to Texas A&M on November 6. The dual-sport star tells VYPE that he is not signing early but will do so in February.
Malick Sylla (Katy) – Will Sign to Texas A&M on Wednesday Ranked No. 12 player in Texas, No. 66 Nationally
Sylla, a four-star defensive lineman, will be signing with Texas A&M on Wednesday morning at 6:45 am in the team meeting room.
PJ Williams (Dickinson) – Will Sign to Texas A&M on Wednesday Ranked No. 14 player in Texas, No. 80 Nationally
PJ Williams is the ninth-ranked offensive lineman and will be heading to Texas A&M. Williams will be signing along with teammate Donovan Green at 10:20 am in the gym.
Julian Humphrey (Clear Lake) – Will Sign to Georgia on Wednesday Ranked No. 16 player in Texas, No. 90 Nationally
The Clear Lake CB has had an interesting recruitment process. He was at one point committed to Florida but then opened his recruitment again on October 25. He dropped a Top 3 of Texas A&M, LSU and Georgia on November 2 before committing to the Bulldogs on November 12. He is set to sign and receive his All-American Jersey on Wednesday at 11:45 am in the Performance Athletic Center at Clear Lake HS. But on Tuesday, Humphrey was re-offered by new Florida coach Billy Napier just a day before signing … so we will see what happens.
Kam Dewberry (Atascocita) – Will announce his commitment on Wednesday Ranked No. 17 player in Texas, No. 91 Nationally
The Atascocita offensive lineman has made his decision. He will make it publicly known on Wednesday at 3 p.m. It has come down to Texas A&M, which with Dewberry’s commitment could help vault the Aggies 2022 class to No. 1 in the nation, Texas and Oklahoma. Dewberry on December 9 had an in-home visit with the Longhorns coaches, including head coach Steve Sarkisian. He also visited with the Aggies in home, including Jimbo Fisher on December 1. The Longhorns have had a recent run of success with offensive linemen, including grabbing Summer Creek’s Kelvin Banks, who Dewberry grew up playing Little League with in the area.
Donovan Green (Dickinson) – Will Sign with Texas A&M on Wednesday Ranked No. 20 in Texas, No. 121 Nationally
The Dickinson tight end is a nice get for the Aggies. Green follows in the steps of also former Dickinson Gator Jalen Wydermeyer, who was a star at Texas A&M this past season in the offense. This past season for Dickinson, Green had 27 catches for 602 yards and nine scores. He led the team in receiving yards, according to MaxPreps.
Other Key Houston-Area Signings
No. 27 Bobby Taylor (Katy) - Will Sign to Texas A&M on Wednesday -7 am at Katy’s Team Meeting Room No. 32 Jaydon Blue (Klein Cain – Did Not Play His Senior Season) – Will Sign to Texas on Wednesday No. 35 Matthew Golden (Klein Cain) – Will Sign on Wednesday at 12:30 in auditorium of Klein Cain HS No. 38 Nicholas Anderson (Katy) - Will Sign to Oklahoma on Wednesday-7 am at Katy’s Team Meeting Room No. 41 Martrell Harris (The Woodlands) – Will Sign to Texas A&M on Wednesday at 11:30 am at the HS No. 44 Kristopher Ross (North Shore) – TBD No. 47 Noah Thomas (Clear Springs) – Will Sign to Texas A&M at 11:45 am in the gym at Clear Springs HS No. 54 Marcus Scott II (Conroe) – Will Sign to Missouri on Wednesday at 11:30 am in Conroe HS Gym No. 65 Justin Medlock (Manvel) – Will Announce his Commitment on Wednesday No. 75 Ty Kana (Katy) - Will Sign to Texas Tech on Wednesday-7 am at Katy’s Team Meeting Room
VYPE's No. 1 Conner Weigman
Two days before the Early Signing Day for college football, it's chaos.
With college coaches moving around a violent job carousel, some high school prospects are getting caught up in the wash. Time waits for no one, so let’s see where Houston's best will be playing their college ball... for now.
VYPE's HOT 100
No. 1 Conner Weigman, Bridgeland, QB, Texas A&M
No. 2 Denver Harris, North Shore, DB
No. 3 Harold Perkins, Cy Park, Athlete
No. 4 Kelvin Banks, Summer Creek, OL, Texas
No. 5 Kameron Dewberry, Atascocita, OL
No. 6 Kris Ross, North Shore, DT, Texas
No. 7 Chris Marshall, FB Marshall, WR, Texas A&M
No. 8 Malick Sylla, Katy, DE, Texas A&M
No. 9 Donovan Green, Dickinson, TE, Texas A&M
No. 10 Matthew Golden, Klein Cain, WR
No. 11 Dillon Bell, Kinkaid, WR, Georgia
No. 12 Julian Humphrey, Clear Lake, DB, Georgia
No. 13 Martrell Harris, The Woodlands, LB, Texas A&M
No. 14 Noah Thomas, Clear Springs, WR, Texas A&M
No. 15 AJ Holmes, Westfield, DT
No. 16 PJ Williams, Dickinson, OL, Texas A&M
No. 17 Caleb Douglas, Hightower, WR
No. 18 Nicholas Anderson, Katy, WR, Oklahoma
No. 19 Ty Kana, Katy, LB, Texas Tech
No. 20 Jaydon Blue, Klein Cain, RB, Texas (foregoes senior season)
No. 21 Justin Medlock, Manvel, LB
No. 22 Bobby Taylor, Katy, DB, Texas A&M
No. 23 Quardale Patt, Stafford, DT, Houston
No. 24 Gerrod Henderson, Spring, DT
No. 25 Dylan Dixson, Pearland, S, Colorado
No. 26 Timi Gagophien, Hastings, OL, Ole Miss
No. 27 Bishop Davenport, Spring, QB, Utah State
No. 28 Marcus Scott II, Conroe, DB, Missouri
No. 29 Joshua Wiggins, Klein Oak, DB, Colorado
No. 30 Owen Pewee, Cy Park, LB, UTSA
No. 31 Collin Wright, Manvel, S, Stanford
No. 32 Bryce Simpson, Cy Ranch, OL, Baylor
No. 33 Tyler King, Alief Taylor, WR, Texas Tech
No. 34 Carter Brown, Dawson, K, Arizona State
No. 35 Bert Emanuel Jr., Ridge Point, QB
No. 36 Kaden Sieracki, The Woodlands, OL, Baylor
No. 37 Tai Leonard, North Shore, DE
No. 38 Tevin Shaw, Manvel, OL, Houston
No. 39 JP Deeter, Manvel, DT, Purdue
No. 40 Cale Hellums, Tomball, QB, Army
No. 41 Trudell Berry, Baytown Lee, WR, Vanderbilt
No. 42 Cody Mladenka, College Park, TE, Baylor
No. 43 Logan Tanner, St. Pius X, TE, San Diego State
No. 44 Cardell Williams, Westfield, QB, Tulsa
No. 45 Dorian Friend, Spring, DB
No. 46 Keith Wheeler, Atascocita, WR, Tulsa
No. 47 Calvin Harvey, Ridge Point, OL, Oklahoma State
No. 48 Christian Williams, FB Marshall, OL, Louisiana Lafayette
No. 49 Jhalyn Bailey, North Shore, WR
No. 50 Kivon Wright, Manvel, DE, Boston College
No. 51 Colby McCalister, Clear Brook, DB, Kansas State
No. 52 Chase Sowell, Atascocita, WR
No. 53 Randy Masters, Yates, WR, UNLV
No. 54 Chibby Nwajuaku, Cy Ranch, DT, Rice
No. 55 Jaydon Johnson, FB Marshall, WR, ULL
No. 56 Reece Sylvester, Baytown, DB, Rice
No. 57 Bra’lon Jones, Spring, LB
No. 58 Bryce Grays, FBCA, DB, Washington State
No. 59 Van Wells, CE King, OL
No. 60 Sean Dubose Jr., Tompkins, DE, New Mexico
No. 61 Jacobe Chester, FB Marshall, DB, Sam Houston
No. 62 Landon Roaten, Tomball, OL, Tulsa
No. 63 Thomas Jewett, Strake Jesuit, TE, Sam Houston State
No. 64 Jeffrey Ugo, George Ranch, DB
No. 65 Adari Haulcy, FB Marshall, DB, New Mexico
No. 66 Ben Ferguson, The Woodlands, WR
No. 67 Travis Bates, Tomball, DT, Colorado State
No. 68 Terrance Cullivan, Bridgeland, DB, Air Force
No. 69 Camron Cooper, Dayton, DT
No. 70 Jacoby Brass, North Shore, DT
No. 71 DeJuan Lewis, Shadow Creek, LB
No. 72 Eli Smith, Second Baptist, RB, Villanova
No. 73 Demone Green, Heights, DL
No. 74 Jerrell Wimbley, CE King, RB, SFA
No. 75 Kendrell Webb, Paetow, DB
No. 76 Isaiah Bogerty, Stafford, DE
No. 77 De’Monte Seymore, Manvel, RB, Central Arkansas
No. 78 Ky Woods, Clear Springs, RB
No. 79 David Oke, Hastings, DL
No. 80 CJ Dumas, Paetow, QB
No. 81 Dorian Gates, Klein Oak, DT
No. 82 Brooke Honore Jr., Manvel, P/WR
No. 83 Austin Yeager, Foster, OL, Incarnate Word
No. 84 Duke Leonard, Cy Woods, OL, Fordham
No. 85 Hayden Jansky, Magnolia West, DT
No. 86 Demetrius Strahan, Crosby, OL, Incarnate Word
No. 87 Kent Battle, North Shore, LB
No. 88 Cameron Gray, Dobie, Athlete
No. 89 Jaiden Robertson, Dekaney, DB
No. 90 Corey Flagg, North Shore, DB
No. 91 Tyler Lee, Tomball, OL, Army
No. 92 Jake Ferree, Clear Springs, DE
No. 93 Kentrell Mason, Humble, OL
No. 94 Jalen Morrison, Heights, QB
No. 95 Jake Sock, Pearland, QB
No. 96 Michael McBride, Clear Springs, LB
No. 97 Everett Skillern, Second Baptist, LB, Brown
No. 98 McCoy Casey, Crosby, DE
No. 99 Jacob Brown, Paetow, RB
No. 100 Luke Roaten, Tomball, DL