The 2024 Offertunity Showcase was loaded with talent from all over the region. Standouts from Texas and Oklahoma came to Ferris High School (TX) to compete in front of coaches and media in agility and 1 on 1 competition drills.
Coach O (Justin Owens) had some good things to say about the Offertunity 24' Showcase.
"It was a good Offertunity. Kids from Oklahoma, Texarkana, Corpus, Lubbock came out here and produced. Overall I was pleased with the talent. These kids came out here balled and gave their all."
Here are some of the Top Performers from Offertunity 24':
WR Dozie Ezukanma - Keller Timber Creek (TX)
Ezukanma stood out as soon as the showcase started in WR drills. He showed great agility and body control in drills and routes on air. Ezukanma transitioned his drill work to 1 on 1 where he caught everything he got a hand(s) on. The 6'3" Wideout, constantly got separation from DBs and the ball stuck to his hand(s) as he made a few spectacular catches. He already holds offers from Texas Tech, TCU, Kansas, Houston and North Texas, but will have a lot more after this season.
QB Gunner Chenier - Fort Bend Clements (TX)
Chenier stood out in QB drills with his accuracy and arm strength. The 6'2" gun slinger showed good agility in individual drills. He consistently completed balls at all three levels during 1 on 1 drills. Be on the lookout for a breakout year by Chenier.
ATH Jayden Hibbler - Lubbock Monterey (TX)
Hibbler is an explosive athlete who defenders don't want to see in space. Hibbler looked really quick in agility drills showing elite quickness. He excelled at RB and Slot WR during 1 on 1 drills with great speed and cat like quickness. Hibbler will have a must watch highlight tape after this season.
WR Bryant Wesco - Midlothian (TX)
The 4-Star Wideout lived up to the hype with a standout performance. Wesco looked (6' 2") and performed like an X WR. He won 1 on 1 match ups with good routes and strong hands. He caught short, intermediate, and deep balls with route running and speed. Wesco holds offers from Oklahoma, TCU, and Texas Tech. Be on the lookout an even better season than last year stand out year.
WR Brandon Hall - Texas High (TX)
Hall was in the running for both the WR and Top Dawg Award with his performance. He showed explosiveness in agility and WR drills. The East Texas Wideout continuously got open with his route running and speed. Be on the lookout for a big year by Jones and his fellow Wideout Tamarcus Gray at Texas High.
ATH William "Speedy" Nettles - Dallas Christian (TX)
Nettles lived up to his buzz with a lockdown performance. He looked like a technician in individual agility drills. Once Nettles got warmed up he was lockdown in 1 on 1 drills. Nettles was really good at the line of scrimmage in press coverage and good instincts in off coverage. He will definitely have a standout year in all three phases of the game at Dallas Christian.
LB Markavious Justice - Dallas W.T. White (TX)
Justice looked like a new age linebacker with his size and safety like speed. Justice looked like a college ready LB already as an incoming Junior. He showed great agility in individual drills. Justice did a good job covering some shifty backs in space in 1 on 1 drills. Once coaches see Justice in pads and how physical he is they will be all over him this season.
DB Ashton Lampkins - Pearland (TX)
WR Demetrius Pearce - Copperas Cove (TX)
DB Isaiah Jennings - Rowlett (TX)
ATH Kayden McGee - Muskogee (OK)
QB Luke Dodd - Gunter (TX)
WR Tamarcus Gray - Texas High (TX)
TE Aidan Grummer - Flower Mound Marcus (TX)
DB Makail McKellar - DeSoto (TX)
TE Harrison Moore - Southlake Carroll (TX)
WR Stetson Sarratt - Midlothian Heritage (TX)
WR Collin Thomas - Cedar Hill Trinity Christian (TX)
LB Kingston Tito - Lawton Eisenhower (OK)
CB David Moore - Ft. Worth Brewer (TX)
WR Jaydon Smith - Ingleside (TX)
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