VYPE's 2019 All-College Team
On the eve of the college football season, it's always fun to recognize Houston-area athletes who are staring on the college landscape.
Some former Bayou City house-hold names have become pillars of their respective teams. Alabama, the No. 2 team in the nation, has a bona fide pro WR in Episcopal's Jaylen Waddle. No. 4 Oklahoma is led by QB Jalen Hurts, WR CeeDee Lamb and LB Kenneth Murray.
No. 6 LSU has a first-rounder in DB Grant Delpit, North Shore's K'Lavon Chaisson and OL Austin Deculus of Cy-Fair.
The University of Houston's D'Eriq King is a legit Heisman candidate coming out of Manvel High School. How about the kickers? Braden Mann and Seth Small both hail from H'Town and are two of the best in the country.
Here is the VYPE All-VYPE College team for 2019.
D'Eriq King, Manvel, Houston
Jalen Hurts, Channelview, Oklahoma
Darius Anderson, George Ranch, TCU
Rakeem Boyd, Stratford, Arkansas
Ta'Zhawn Henry, Lamar, Texas Tech
Patrick Taylor, Atascocita, Memphis
Tyrie Cleveland, Westfield, Florida
Quartney Davis, Langham Creek, Texas A&M
CeeDee Lamb, Foster, Oklahoma
Jaylen Waddle, Episcopal, Alabama
Malcolm Epps, Dekaney, Texas
Mustapha Muhammad, Ridge Point, Michigan
Travis Bruffy, Ridge Point, Texas Tech
Sam Cosme, Atacocita, Texas
Austin Deculus, Cy-Fair, LSU
Josh Jones, FB Bush, Houston
Walker Little, Episcopal, Stanford
Seth Small, Katy, Texas A&M
Ross Blacklock, Elkins, TCU
Jordan Elliott, Westside, Missouri
Marvin Lewis, Episcopal, Florida State
Jordyn Brooks, Stratford, Texas Tech
K'Lavon Chaisson, North Shore, LSU
Paddy Fisher, Katy, Northwestern
Kenneth Murray, Elkins, Oklahoma
Grant Delpit, St. Thomas, LSU
Jalen Green, Heights, Texas
Leon O'Neal, Cypress Springs, Texas A&M
Travis Whillock, Katy, Northwestern
Braden Mann, Cy-Fair, Texas A&M