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Drake Martinez of St. Thomas
VYPE Hot 100 showcases the best of the best recruits for the Class of 2021.
Like always, the
Bayou City is loaded with future college stars.
Here are No. 51-100 as compiled by VYPE's Chief Content Officer
51 Christian Jackson,
FB Marshall, DB
52 Var'Keyes Gumms, Dekaney, TE
53 Charles King,
North Shore, WR
54 Ryan Williams,
Shadow Creek, DT, Colorado-commit
55 Donald Lee, Klein Collins, DB, Tulane-commit
56 Jack Witmer,
Cy-Fair TE, Virginia-commit
57 Kenneth Seymour, FB Marshall, LB, Rice-commit
58 Kaleb Hymes, Clear Springs, WR
59 Canon Boone,
Dickinson, OL, Virginia Tech-commit
60 Jayhvion Gipson, Langham Creek, LB, Washington State-commit
61 Trent Ward, Klein Collins, DL,
62 Max Merrill, Strake Jesuit, OL
63 Kevon Garcia, Dekaney, DE,
64 Jakolby Longino, Hightower, QB, UTEP-commit
65 Drake Martinez, St. Thomas, TE, Colorado State-commit
66 Johnathan Baldwin, Dobie, DB, UNLV-commit
67 Robert Williams, Humble, WR,
Transfered to Trinity Christian
68 Cameron Bonner, St. Thomas, WR
69 Lamont Vaz, FB Marshall, OL
70 Michael Noubussi, Manvel, DT
71 Luke Lapeze, Summer Creek, OL,
72 Elroyal Morris, Dekaney, DT, Rice-commit
73 Dave Babalolo, George Ranch, DE
74 Bryce McMorris, Bridgeland, DB,
75 Ben Wilson, Manvel, DB
Luke Grden, Friendswood
76 Kendric Rhymes, Heights, RB,
77 Tyler Onyedim, Foster, DT, Iowa State-commit
78 Cameron Oliver, Travis, DB, UNLV-commit
79 Joseph Manjack IV, Tomball Memorial, WR
80 Aaron Session, Morton Ranch, OL
81 Keith Jackson, Ridge Point, RB,
82 Marquis Shoulders, Tompkins, RB,
83 Jake Peterson, John Cooper School, LB, Penn-commit
84 Alec Dalencour, Jersey Village, DB
85 Darius Hale, Pearland, RB
86 Rodney Dansby, Bellaire, LB
87 Dru Polidore, Tompkins, DB,
88 Ethan Onienwa, Cinco Ranch, OL, Rice-commit
89 Edwin Smith, Cy Ranch, WR, UTSA-commit
90 Brian Mayes, Heights, DB, UTSA-commit
91 Will Evans, CE King, DE
92 Caleb Leonard, Shadow Creek, OL
93 Joe Kinyock, Mayde Creek, DB
94 Quincy Thompson, Atascocita, RB
95 Colton Marwill, Tomball Mem., QB,
Colorado School of Mines
96 Aldyn Bradley, Spring, RB
97 Travis Greenawalt, La Porte, DB,
98 DJ Ciers, Cy Ranch, Athlete
99 Casey Shorter, Katy Taylor, RB,
100 Luke Grden, Friendswood, QB
Welcome to the 2020 football season. What a weird offseason it was for everyone. There was not a summer camp circuit for players to go showcase their talents at. In-person recruiting came to a screeching halt and the COVID-19 Pandemic has affected everyone.
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CALEB CHAPPELLE IS A TWCA LIFER.
The 6-foot, dual-sport stud ran the gamut from kindergarten to graduation. He is the ultimate member of #WarriorNation.
Chappelle starred on TWCA's football and baseball teams, earning first-team, all-state selections in both sports.
But it didn't come easy.
"When I was a freshman, I wasn't 'the guy'," he said. "I wasn't the Division I player that I wanted to turn in to. I sort of had a body transformation after my freshman year. People think that you just wake up and are athletic. I made myself what I am today. So many before- school and after-school workouts. So much personal training.
"What I would tell an incoming freshman is that if you really want it... you really want to be 'that guy', you have to put in the work."
Chappelle was a part of one of the best classes in TWCA history on and off the fields of play.
"I feel like we had a really special class this year and we helped build the football program up over the past few years," he said. "To go 12-1 as seniors was really special. It was just a different vibe from practice to the games. Sure, we won but we had a great time winning as brothers. Our chemistry was the key to our success.
"We were just getting started in baseball, but we had all the pieces to make a run to a title," he said.
Now, the Rice-signee says goodbye to his fellow Warriors to pursue his dream as a DI football player.
"In terms of body style, I see myself as a Danny Amendola-type," he said. "I can play the slot and on the outside. He's kind of my role model. When I took a visit to Rice, it felt like home. I'm able to play close to home and I just couldn't pass up the education."
At Rice, Chappelle looks to study what he knows... sports.
"I'm looking to pursue a Sports Management degree," he said. "I see myself in the front office of a professional team and working with athletes."
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