Texas is again deprived of its qualifications as a four-star successor in the recruitment class of 2022 Phaizon Wilson Students from Lancaster High School in Texas restarted his recruitment on Thursday evening.Wilson̵
Wilson (Wilson) is a strong outside catcher, 6 feet 4 feet tall, weighing 210 pounds, he originally got the offer from Texas in late April. He pledged to Longhorns on July 31, 15 days before Ewers announced his commitment to the state plan.
The industry-generated 247Sports Composite rated Wilson as a four-star recruit, ranking 206th overall in the country’s 2022 recruitment classes. Among the broad recipient prospects in 2022, he is ranked 25th nationally, and regardless of his position in Texas at the junior high level, he is ranked 31st overall.
With the loss of Wilson and Ewers within 24 hours, Texas has reduced from three commitments for recruiting classes in 2022 to only one.One hit is a four-star cornerback Jaylon Guilbeau From the Port Arthur (Texas) Memorial. Standing 5 feet 11 1/2 inches tall and weighing 175 pounds, Guilbeau announced its commitment to Longhorns on September 19, which Longhorns initially provided to Guilbeau in early February.
Texas has always been one of 16 schools offered by Wilson during the recruitment process. Wilson also reported offers from programs such as Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Miss Ole, Texas A&M University, Texas Tech University and SMU. It is not clear which schools will charge at the forefront of the Wilson game, but hope that there are more plans to promote recipients in the Dallas area.
In his sophomore year in 2019, Wilson played his first varsity game for the always-talented Lancaster Tigers. During the year, he attacked with eight other offensive organizers (including LSU running back), ending the season with eight catches for 137 yards and two touchdowns.Signer Kevin Bradford, Boise State Receiver Signatory Latrell CaplesSubmitted with Kansas recipient in 2021 Diocese of Magikand many more. Lancaster ended the 11-3 season and reached the quarterfinals of the Texas State 5A Division I knockout.
The following is the 247Sports scout report on Wilson:Provide a huge framework for the recipient’s prospects. The soft, young and tight-fitting end can bring high height and catching radius, but it can give play to the catcher’s style and experience. Due to the level of genius in high school, to some extent it limits the representation of college football players.
“When his time comes, he will need to show consistency of play as the main goal of the passing game. In the selected 7vs7 tournament, he has demonstrated impressive ball possession under controversial circumstances. Ability. He has big and powerful hands and has proposed a big goal to his QB.
“Compared with the size, sufficient straight-line speed, but can improve the rapid twitch explosion. The original but tooled external receiver can provide some personnel flexibility due to the size. The project can reach a higher level and has a higher Long-term development ceiling.”