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2009 Signing Day Central
Watch Press Conference Full Highlight Video Official Release  |  Press Conference Quotes

Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Class Hometown(Previous Schools) Video Highlights
Philip Blake OG 6-3 305 So. Brampton, Ontario (Champlain Regional Prep/Tyler [Texas] JC) Highlights
Chance Casey CB 5-11 165 Fr. Crosby, Texas (Crosby HS) Highlights
Denerick Demby S 6-1 185 Fr. Spring, Texas (Westfield HS) Highlights
Tevin Elliot OLB 6-3 215 Fr. Mount Pleasant, Texas (Mount Pleasant HS) Highlights
Rico Forbes DE 6-5 270 Fr. Freeport, Grand Bahama (St. Pius X [Texas] HS) Highlights
Marquis Franklin OT 6-7 318 Jr. Tyler, Texas (John Tyler HS/Blinn [Texas] College)
Terrance Ganaway RB 6-0 220 So. DeKalb, Texas (DeKalb HS/Houston/Texarkana College)
Josh Gordon WR 6-4 211 Fr. Houston, Texas (Lamar HS) Highlights
Deantre Harlan DE 6-4 240 Fr. Everman, Texas (Everman HS) Highlights
Mike Hicks S 5-11 175 Fr. China Spring, Texas (China Spring HS) Highlights
Stefan Huber OG 6-5 272 Fr. Nederland, Texas (Nederland HS) Highlights
Willie Jefferson WR 6-6 205 Fr. Beaumont, Texas (Ozen HS)
Darius Jones ATH 6-0 185 Fr. Marshall, Texas (Marshall HS) Highlights
Byron Landor S 6-1 208 Jr. Lake Charles, La. (Washington-Marion HS/Blinn [Texas] College) Highlights
Terrance Lloyd DE 6-4 230 Fr. Houston, Texas (Stratford HS) Highlights
Glasco Martin RB 6-1 196 Fr. Round Rock, Texas (Stony Point HS) Highlights
Chris McAllister OLB 6-2 215 Fr. Converse, Texas (Judson HS) Highlights
LeQuince McCall OLB 6-2 200 Fr. San Antonio, Texas (Ronald Reagan HS) Highlights
Jerod Monk TE 6-5 230 Fr. Wylie, Texas (Wylie HS) Highlights
Anthony Moore S 6-3 180 Fr. Converse, Texas (Judson HS) Highlights
Kelvin Palmer DE 6-5 260 Fr. Dallas, Texas (W. H. Adamson HS) Highlights
Bryce Petty ATH 6-3 215 Fr. Midlothian, Texas (Midlothian HS) Highlights
Tevin Reese WR 5-11 160 Fr. Temple, Texas (Temple HS) Highlights
Cyril Richardson OT 6-6 305 Fr. Fort Worth, Texas (North Crowley HS) Highlights
Jeramie Roberts OG 6-4 305 Fr. Garland, Texas (South Garland HS) Highlights
Skyler Scott WR 6-3 193 Fr. Lancaster, Texas (Lancaster HS) Highlights
Brody Trahan ATH 6-1 211 Fr. Dickinson, Texas (Dickinson HS) Highlights
Ivory Wade OG 6-5 306 Fr. Dickinson, Texas (Dickinson HS) Highlights
Danny Watkins* OT 6-5 290 Jr. Kelowna, B.C. (Mount Boucherie/Butte [Calif.] College) Highlights

*Signed in December 2008, currently enrolled

2009 BAYLOR FOOTBALL SIGNING CLASS BREAKDOWN:

By State/Country:
Texas (25)
Louisiana (1)
Canada (2)
Bahamas (1)

By Position:
Offense (14 - 7 line, 5 receivers, 2 running backs)
Defense (12 - 4 line, 3 linebackers, 5 backs)
Athlete (3)
Specialists (0)

By Class:
Freshmen (24)
Sophomores (2)
Juniors (3)
Seniors (0)

PHILIP BLAKE
OG - 6-3, 305 - Brampton, Ontario, Canada (Champlain Regional Prep/Tyler J.C.)
Junior college transfer from Tyler (Texas) Junior College with three years of eligibility... Played freshman season in 2008 at Tyler under head coach Danny Palmer... Earned second-team All-SWJCFC honors on offensive line... Played prep ball at Champlain Regional College in Lennoxville, Quebec... Former teammate at Champlain of current Baylor linebacker Fred Plesius... Graduated from Father Henry Carr Catholic Secondary School in Etobicoke, Ontario in 2005... Son of the late Llewellyn Blake and Patricia Blake... Full name is Philip Anthony Blake... Born Nov. 27, 1985 in Toronto.
BRILES ON BLAKE
"Philip is a big, strong, explosive, tough-minded individual with a lot of maturity. We expect him to come in here and immediately compete for a starting position."

CHANCE CASEY
CB - 5-11, 165 - Crosby, Texas (Crosby HS)
Talented dual-sport (football and track & field) athlete at Crosby (Texas) High School will play cornerback at Baylor... A state hurdles champion and star running back who amassed more than 3,000 rushing yards in prep career at Crosby under head coach Kevin Flanigan... National position ranking among running backs: No. 90 by Scout.com, No. 113 by ESPN.com... Earned first-team All-District 19-4A honors at running back as a senior in 2008... Honored as District 21-4A offensive MVP as a junior in 2007... Led Crosby to 8-3 record, DIII bi-district finals and a 6-1 record in District 21-4A in 2007... Rushed for 1,121 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior, added 16 receptions for 282 yards and two TDs... As a sophomore ran for 1,030 yards and 15 touchdowns... An exceptional track and field athlete, won Class 4A gold in both 110 and 300 hurdles at the 2008 UIL State Track and Field Championships as a junior with times of 13.87 and 36.32... Qualified for state meet with a 6-8 high jump as a junior... Son of Walter and Elaine Casey... Born March 11, 1991.
BRILES ON CASEY
"Chance is extremely athletic. Hopefully will be a state champion in both the 110 and 300-meter hurdles this spring. Chance is going to play cornerback for us. He's a guy who can really run and has great insight. He's a 6'8' high jumper also along with being the nation's top hurdler."

DENERICK DEMBY
S - 6-1, 185 - Spring, Texas (Westfield HS)
Safety from Westfield High School in Spring, Texas... Played for head coach Corby Meekins at Westfield... Named to Houston Chronicle's Top 100 listing of Texas recruits... Earned second-team All-District 13-5A honors as senior in 2008... Named second-team All-Greater Houston by The Houston Chronicle... Named to Houston's Top 100 Footballers in 2009 by VYPE magazine... Listed among The Houston 100 top recruits by The Houston Chronicle... Totaled 32 tackles (15 solo), one interception and one fumble recovered in 2008... Played multiple offensive skill positions (including quarterback) as a junior in 2007, as well as the defensive backfield... Helped Mustangs to 10-3 record and DI regional semifinals as well as District 13-5A championship as a junior... Born Jan. 19, 1990.
BRILES ON DEMBY
"Denerick is a tough guy. He comes from a great program at Spring Westfield. He's a kid that has great upside. We're going to look at him at safety and believe he will just be a great player for us in the future."

TEVIN ELLIOT
OLB - 6-3, 215 - Mount Pleasant, Texas (Mount Pleasant HS)
All-state linebacker at Mount Pleasant (Texas) High School... Played for head coach Jimmy Thompson at MPHS... National position ranking among outside linebackers: No. 54 by Scout.com, No. 73 by ESPN.com...Named third-team Class 4A all-state by TSWA and honorable mention Class 4A all-state by APSE following senior season in 2008... First-team All-District 13-4A honoree at inside linebacker as senior after totaling 87 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, five sacks, seven hurries, four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, four PBUs and one interception... Earned first-team All-District 11-4A honors as a junior in 2007... Totaled 77 tackles (21 solo), six tackles for loss, three sacks, three fumble recoveries and one interception as a junior... Helped MPHS to a 6-5 record and bi-district finals in 2007... Named 2006 District 11-4A Co-Defensive Newcomer of the Year as sophomore... Former teammate of current Baylor cornerback Trentson Hill at Mount Pleasant... Born May 16, 1991.
BRILES ON ELLIOTT
"Tevin is a strong and physical player with great upside. Another East Texas guy which we are proud to keep that pipeline alive. He's got a good chance to be a great player at Baylor."

RICO FORBES
DE - 6-5, 270 - Freeport, Grand Bahama (St. Pius X [Texas] HS)
Bahamian native defensive end played high school football in Houston area as prep... Did not play football in 2008 due to age and TAPPS eligibility policy... National position ranking among defensive ends: No. 61 by Scout.com... Played for head coach Robin Kirk at St. Pius... Member of 2007 St. Pius squad that finished 11-2 and won TAPPS DI state championship... Graduated from Christian Life Center Academy in Houston in December 2008... Attended Michael Eldon School in Freeport before arrival in Houston... Son of Eric and the late Elsie Forbes... Full name is Ererico Dominique Forbes... Born Jan. 29, 1989, in the Bahamas.
BRILES ON FORBES
"The sky is blue with Rico. He's got worlds of ability, worlds of potential. We just need to turn those characteristics into reality. We're excited about him getting on campus and being a big physical body force, he can be an immediate impact player."

MARQUIS FRANKLIN
OT - 6-7, 318 - Tyler, Texas (John Tyler HS/Blinn College)
Junior college transfer from Blinn College (Brenham, Texas) with two years of eligibility... Third-ranked junior college offensive tackle by Scout.com... Named first-team All-SWJCFC offensive lineman as sophomore in 2008... Helped Blinn to Southwest Junior College Football Conference championship and 9-3 record in 2008... Blinn finished No. 11 in NJCAA poll... Teammate of fellow Baylor signee Byron Landor at Blinn College... As freshman in 2007, graded by coaches at 92 percent and credited with 27 knockdowns... Four-year varsity letterman at John Tyler High School, played for head coach Thomas Brooks... Listed on Rivals.com Texas Top 50 out of high school in 2007... Rated No. 86 on San Antonio Express News Texas Top 100 out of high school in 2007... Selected honorable mention 5A All-State by Associated Press following senior season in 2006... Named first-team All-District 12-5A as senior... Former teammate at John Tyler of current Baylor receiver Ernest Smith.
BRILES ON FRANKLIN
"What can you say? If you like 6'7", 340 then you like Marquis. He's got great feet. He's from a great program out of John Tyler. We expect him to come in here with the ability to start as soon as he gets on campus."

TERRANCE GANAWAY
RB - 6-0, 220 - DeKalb, Texas (Dekalb HS/Houston)
Former University of Houston letterman played under Briles during 2007 season... Transferred to Texarkana College last fall and did not participate in football during 2008 season (retains three seasons of eligibility beginning in 2009)... Rushed for 550 yards and scored six touchdowns as a true freshman at UH in 2007; helping Cougars to a Texas Bowl bid... One of only two true freshmen to play for Cougars in 2007... Played in all 13 games and earned one start... Was second-leading rusher with 550 yards on 109 carries, and ranked third on the team with six rushing TDs... Tied for Houston's longest rush of the season, a 60-yarder against Texas Southern... Tallied a season-high 122 yards and two touchdowns in only 10 rushes vs. TSU... Scored eventual game-winning touchdown midway through fourth quarter on 1-yard run at UTEP ... A two-time Class 2A offensive player of the year at DeKalb (Texas) High School, played under head coach Buddy Ray... Named Team Texas Overall "Most Oustanding Running Back" (all classifications) by TexasHSFootball.com as senior in 2006... Team Texas Overall first-team honoree (all classifications) by TexasHSFootball.com... Named APSE Class 2A Texas Offensive Player of the Year as a senior after rushing for 2,815 yards on 320 carries (8.4-yard average) and 36 touchdowns as a senior at DHS in 2006... First-team all-state selection by APSE and TWSA after leading DeKalb to a 10-2 record and the DI regional semifinals (perfect 6-0 mark in District 15-2A)... Finished stellar prep career with 6,587 yards rushing which ranked 26th all time in Texas high school history at time of graduation... Scored 78 career touchdowns, 73 rushing... Posted three games of 300-plus yards as a senior, 417 on 46 rushes vs. Clarksville, 344 on 27 rushes vs. San Augustine and 317 on 26 rushes vs. Honey Grove... Scored a season-high six TDs against Clarksville... Earned the 2A Built Ford Tough Texas High School Player of the Week honor Nov. 11, 2006, during senior season... Ran for 2,403 yards and 22 touchdowns as a junior in 2005... Named APSE Class 2A Texas Offensive Player of the Year and first-team all-state following junior season... Also played basketball and was a four-year regional qualifier in track and field... Member of National Honor Society and Student Council... Son of Joe and Charlor Ganaway... Full name is Terrance Omar Ganaway... Born Oct. 7, 1988 in New Boston, Texas... Uncle is Jeremiah Trotter, an eight-year NFL veteran with the Eagles.
BRILES ON GANAWAY
"Of course I know Terrance from our Houston days. He was a great high school running back. He's a great individual who is very physical. He has light feet and is a complete team player. He'll be a positive addition for us this fall."

JOSH GORDON
WR - 6-4, 211 - Houston, Texas (Lamar HS)
Standout receiver at Lamar High School in Houston... Led head coach Tom Nolen's Redskins to an 8-2 record and the second round of the Regional III DI playoffs as a senior in 2008, including a 4-1 record in District 20-5A... National position ranking among wide receivers: No. 70 by Rivals.com, No. 127 by ESPN.com and No. 224 by Scout.com... No. 63 recruit in Texas according to Superprep/Scout.com... Ranked No. 89 on Rivals.com's Texas 100, the 11th rated wide receiver... Named to the Houston Chronicle's Top 100 listing of Texas recruits... Named to Lubbock Avalanche-Journal State Top 100 recruiting list... Named to Houston's Top 100 Footballers in 2009 by VYPE magazine... Listed among The Houston 100 top recruits by Houston Chronicle... Named first-team All-District 20-5A after totaling 25 receptions for 531 yards (21.2 average) and nine touchdowns as a senior... Also scored two rushing touchdowns, averaged 15 yards on seven carries... Named to all-combine offensive team at 2008 U.S. Army All-American Combine... Named to Texas Football's 2008 first team Super Team prior to senior season... Led Lamar to a 10-2 record, DI area finals and a 7-0 District 20-5A championship as a junior in 2007... Caught 20 passes for 363 yards and four TDs as a junior... Former teammate of current Baylor defensive end Tracy Robertson at Lamar... Played basketball at Lamar as a sophomore... On LHS 4x100 squad in track senior season... Full name is Joshua Caleb Gordon... Son of Herald and Elaine Gordon... Born April 13, 1991 in Houston.
BRILES ON GORDON
"You know Josh is a guy that we had rated up at the top all spring and summer through the fall. We think he has great upside. He's a big, strong, physical kid with big hands. He plays under control and we really feel like he will be a great receiver here at Baylor."

DEANTRE HARLAN
DE - 6-4, 240 - Everman, Texas (Everman HS)
Helped lead Everman (Texas) High School to a 14-1 record and the Division II semifinals as a senior in 2008... Played under head coach Dale Keeling at EHS, which finished a perfect 7-0 en route to 2008 District 8-4A championship... Earned second-team All-District 8-4A honors at tight end as senior... Finished with 11 receptions for 283 yards (25.7 average) and four touchdowns offensively and 22 tackles (17 solo), two sacks and one fumble recovery as a defensive tackle in 2008... Named second-team All-District 8-4A as junior wide receiver in 2007 on Everman squad that finished 14-1 and 7-0 in District 8-4A... Born Dec. 20, 1990.
BRILES ON HARLAN
"He's exactly what we'd like to find inside, a big physical kid who has a tremendous amount of ability. He's 6'4", 240, and not only a great football player but a great basketball player. He shoots the 3's, handles the ball, does all those kinds of things. So he's a guy we are very excited to see when he locks in on a football how much of a complete player that he can be for us."

MIKE HICKS
S - 5-11, 175 - China Spring, Texas (China Spring HS)
All-purpose, all-state performer at nearby China Spring (Texas) High School... Finished prep career No. 2 in career receiving yards in Texas high school history with 228 receptions for 4,328 yards and 41 touchdowns... Four-year varsity letterman for head coach Mark Bell at CSHS... All-state honoree at two positions as a senior in 2008: second-team Class 3A selection at receiver and third-team selection at kick returner... Senior stats: caught 45 passes for 926 yards and 12 TDs, rushed 91 times for 619 yards and 11 touchdowns, returned seven kickoffs for 312 yards and two touchdowns, on defense totaled 88 tackles and 4 interceptions... Helped lead China Spring to 12-1 record and the Class 3A DI Region I final... 2008 Waco Tribune-Herald first-team Super Centex selection... Amassed 278 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns on eight touches and added an interception in win over Robinson... Named District 7-3A MVP as senior... Participated in the 2008 U.S. Army All-American Combine... Earned first-team Class 3A All-State honors at receiver by TSWA as junior in 2007... Two-way first-team All-District 17-3A selection in 2007: first-team receiver, first-team safety as well as second-team returner... Helped lead China Spring to 3A Division II state championship and 14-2 record in 2007... Totaled 89 catches for 806 yards (20.7 average) and eight touchdowns as a junior, added 309 yards and six TDs on 58 rushes... Named first-team All-District 17-3A as utility player as sophomore in 2006 on 8-3 CSHS squad... Honorable mention selection to Waco Tribune-Herald Super Centex Team as sophomore... Made 39 catches for 806 yards and eight touchdowns in 2006... In breakout freshman season in 2005, earned honorable mention Class 3A All-State honors as receiver by TSWA, named Super Centex Offensive Newcomer of the Year by Waco Tribune-Herald and named District 17-3A Offensive Newcomer of the Year... Caught 55 passes for 1,133 yards and nine TDs as freshman... Honorable mention 2007 Super Centex All-Academic Team... Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes... Son of Michael Hicks and Monica Hicks-Albers and Tom Albers... Full name is Michael E. Hicks... Born Oct. 23, 1990, in Tyler, Texas.
BRILES ON HICKS
"Mike is a local kid from over in China Spring that has just had a tremendous career on both sides of the ball and special teams. They have a great program over there with Coach (Mark) Bell and Mike is going to play safety for us. He's very intelligent and very intense. He's a player that is kind of like a lot of us - he has a lot to prove. We are excited about getting him on campus."

STEFAN HUBER
OG - 6-5, 272 - Nederland, Texas (Nederland HS)
All-state guard from Nederland (Texas) High School... Played for Larry Neumann at NHS... National position ranking among offensive guards: No. 65 by ESPN.com, No. 68 by Rivals.com and No. 130 by Scout.com... Named second-team Class 4A All-State by TexasPrepInsider.com following senior season in 2008... Earned first-team All-District 22-4A distinction as a senior... Helped lead Nederland to a 7-3 record and bi-district finals as junior in 2007... Named first-team All-District 22-4A as junior... Threw discus for NHS track and field team as junior and senior, qualified for region as junior in 2008... Member of National Society of High School Scholars... Son of Tighe and Carolyn Huber... Father Tighe played football at the University of Texas... Full name is Stefan Reid Huber... Born Oct. 10, 1989, in San Antonio.
BRILES ON HUBER
"Stefan is just a big powerful kid with great upside. He's another addition to what we feel like is probably the best offensive line class that I've ever been associated with. He has tremendous upside and tremendous family."

WILLIE JEFFERSON
WR - 6-6, 205 - Beaumont, Texas (Ozen HS)
Two-sport star at Ozen High School in Beaumont, Texas... Played football under head coach Ishan Rison... Named second-team 4A all-state by TexasPrep following senior season in 2008... A first-team All-District 20-4 selection and Port Arthur News Super Team selection at wide receiver as a senior... National position ranking among wide receivers: No. 62 by ESPN.com and No. 120 by Scout.com...Credited with 13 receptions for 130 yards as a junior in 2007... Scored 11 touchdowns on the junior varsity as a sophomore in 2006... Starred on the Panthers basketball team, earning District 22-4A Defensive Player of the Year honor following junior season in 2007-08... Member of Ozen's 4A state finalist basketball squad in 2006-07, averaged 12 points and eight rebounds and was named the District 22-4A Defensive Player of the Year... Born Jan. 3, 1991.
BRILES ON JEFFERSON
"When we started the process of recruiting a year ago we knew we wanted to get a tall receiver for this class, Willie fits that bill. He is a legit 6'6" guy that can jump. We really feel like he can be a great playmaker for us and create mismatches for us through the years. He's a very engaging individual that has an understanding of what it takes to have a chance to succeed and achieve. He's very mature with his mind process at this stage of his life and is going to be a very welcome addition to our football family."

DARIUS JONES
ATH - 6-0, 185 - Marshall, Texas (Marshall HS)
Top-100 national recruit starred at Marshall (Texas) High School... All-purpose player at MHS under head coach Thedrick Harris (played quarterback, wide receiver and cornerback as senior)... Rated the No. 77 recruit nationally on ESPN 150 list by ESPN.com, the fifth-ranked "athlete" nationally... National position ranking among "athletes": No. 5 by ESPN.com, No. 30 by Rivals.com and No. 30 by Scout.com... No. 62 recruit in Texas according to Superprep/Scout.com... Ranked No. 62 on Rivals.com's Texas 100, the fourth-rated "athlete"... A Fort Worth Star-Telegram State Top 100 recruit... Named to Lubbock Avalanche-Journal State Top 100 recruiting list... A Waco Tribune-Herald Top 100 selection... Earned 2008 first-team All-District 13-4A honors as kick returner and second team honors as quarterback as senior... Named to Longview News-Journal All-East Texas first-team as a utility player... Ran for 784 yards and seven touchdowns on 88 carries, threw for 354 yards and two TDs (27-58) and caught 11 passes for 100 yards as senior... Helped Marshall to 7-5 record and DII regional semifinals as junior in 2007... Named 2007 District 12-4A Offensive MVP... Rushed for 632 yards on 100 carries (6.3 average) and five touchdowns and threw for 633 yards and six touchdowns as junior... Earned 2006 second-team All-District 12-4A recognition as sophomore receiver... Ran for 452 yards and two TDs on 37 carries (12.2 average) and caught 19 passes for 437 yards and three touchdowns in 2006.
BRILES ON JONES
"DJ is an impact player. He very likely will win state in the long jump and the triple jump. He also has good chance of winning the 100 meters. He's a kid that we are very excited about getting to Baylor to play inside receiver, slot position. He brings a dynamic quality to the table."

BYRON LANDOR
S - 6-1, 208 - Lake Charles, La. (Washington-Marion Magnet HS/Blinn College)
Junior college transfer from Blinn College (Brenham, Texas) with two years of eligibility... Ranked 99th on SuperPrep's Juco 100 listing... Listed on Rivals.com's Junior College Top 100 ranking, at No. 100... Named first-team All-SWJCFC offensive lineman as sophomore in 2008... Helped Blinn to Southwest Junior College Football Conference championship and 9-3 record in 2008... Blinn finished No. 11 in NJCAA poll... Totaled 102 tackles, one interception and one fumble recovery as sophomore... Teammate of fellow Baylor signee Marquis Franklin at Blinn College... Signed National Letter of Intent with McNeese State out of high school, but transferred from school and never played... Prepped at Washington-Marion High School in Lake Charles, La., under head coach John Jenkins... Earned all-district honors as wide receiver and defensive back at WMHS... Credited with 24 solo tackles and three interceptions as senior in 2006... Also lettered in basketball... Born Aug. 27, 1988.
BRILES ON LANDOR
"Byron is a guy that when you immediately meet him, you understand what he's all about. He's extremely focused. He has a mission, a plan, a goal and knows how to obtain each one of them. So he's a guy that brings a lot of maturity to the table at the safety position and has had a tremendous JC career and will have an immediate impact here at Baylor."

TERRANCE LLOYD
DE - 6-4, 230 - Houston, Texas (Stratford HS)
Two-time first-team all-district selection at defensive end at Stratford High School in Houston... Played under head coach Eliot Allen at SHS... National position ranking among defensive ends: No. 36 Scout.com, No. 46 by Rivals.com, No. 112 by ESPN.com... Named to the Houston Chronicle's Top 100 listing of Texas recruits... A Fort Worth Star-Telegram State Top 100 recruit... Named to Lubbock Avalanche-Journal State Top 100 recruiting list... Listed among The Houston 100 top recruits by Houston Chronicle... Named to Houston's Top 100 Footballers in 2009 by VYPE magazine... Earned first-team All-District 18-5A honors at defensive end following senior season in 2008... Named a second-team All-Greater Houston honoree by VYPE magazine... Led Stratford to a 9-4 record and the regional semifinals as a junior in 2007... Was named first-team All-District 19-5A after recording 95 tackles, eight sacks and five tackles for loss as a junior... Member of Stratford's District 18-5A championship team in 2006 that finished 7-0 in district play and 10-2 overall... Born Sept. 9, 1990.
BRILES ON LLOYD
"Terrance is a big, long, defensive end. He has great upside. He's explosive, quick and powerful. His body type fits what we are looking for at that position. He comes from a great family structure so we are very excited and feel blessed to be a part of his extended family."

GLASCO MARTIN
RB - 6-1, 196 - Round Rock, Texas (Stony Point HS)
All-purpose runner from Stony Point High School in Round Rock,Texas... Three-year letterman at SPHS under head coach Craig Chessher... National position ranking among wide receivers: No. 26 by Rivals.com , No. 108 by ESPN.com and No. 140 by Scout.com... Ranked No. 37 on Rivals.com Texas 100, the third-rated "athlete"... Named to the Houston Chronicle's Top 100 listing of Texas recruits... Named to Lubbock Avalanche-Journal State Top 100 recruiting list... A WacoTribune-Herald Top 100 selection... Ranked 12th on Rivals.com's 2009 Central Texas Top 25 listing... Led Stony Point to a 13-2 record and the 2008 5A state semifinals as a senior... Honorable mention 2008 APSE Class 5A all-state selection as senior... Named first-team 2008 All-District 16-5A running back... Rushed for 1,613 yards and 25 touchdowns on 293 carries (5.5 average) and caught 14 passes for 180 yards and two TDs as senior... Honorable mention 2008 All-Class 5A Central Texas selection... Had 193 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 32 carries in win over Round Rock... Rated No. 8 top performer by Rivals.com at Texas 7-on-7 Championship in summer 2008... Helped SPHS to 9-3 record and DII area finals as junior wide receiver in 2007... Totaled 17 catches for 300 yards and 3 touchdowns and added 120 yards and three TDs rushing as junior... Son of Glasco III and Lavernita Martin... Full name is Glasco Kayle Martin IV... Born April 14, 1991, in Boynton Beach, Fla.
BRILES ON MARTIN
"I think Glasco's potential is unlimited. He's a physical, quick and intelligent player. We think Glasco will really get big and really get powerful as a running back. We're very excited about having him at Baylor and think the future is extremely bright for him."

CHRIS McALLISTER
OLB - 6-2, 215 - Converse, Texas (Judson HS)
Three-year starter at Judson High School in Converse, Texas... National position ranking among outside linebackers: No. 53 by Scout.com, No. 82 by Rivals.com and No. 150 by ESPN.com... A Waco Tribune-Herald Top 100 selection... Led head coach Jim Rackley's Rockets to 8-3 record and District 27-5A championship in 2008... 2008 District 27-5A Defensive MVP as senior... First-team San Antonio Express-News All-Area 5A selection as senior... Totaled 112 tackles, six tackles for loss, two sacks and three fumble recoveries as senior... Helped Judson to an 11-5 mark and the 2007 5A state championship game as junior... Earned third-team 5A All-State honors in 2007... Made 145 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, five sacks and one interception as junior... San Antonio Express-News All-Area 5A selection as junior... Moved from defensive end to linebacker during junior season... Teammate at Judson of fellow Baylor signee Anthony Moore... Son of Gerald and Karen McAllister... Born March 3, 1991.
BRILES ON McALLISTER
"Another guy that is just a great individual. Chris is a great football player, a great person that has explosive power and will have a tremendous benefit for us here at Baylor."

LeQUINCE McCALL
OLB - 6-2, 200 - San Antonio, Texas (Ronald Reagan HS)
Defensive standout at Ronald Reagan High School in San Antonio... Led head coach David Wetzel's Rattlers to District 26-5A championship as senior in 2008... Earned first-team All-District 26-5A honors as defensive back as senior... Credited with more than 130 tackles as senior... Earned second-team San Antonio Express-News All-Area 5A honors... Helped Reagan to 11-3 record and 2007 DI quarterfinals as junior... Totaled 137 tackles and six interceptions as junior... Son of Anthony Smith and Marlene Smith... Born Aug. 6, 1991.
BRILES ON McCALL
"LeQuince is an outside linebacker who played safety. He's a guy we are going to move down, to bring a little more speed and dynamic qualities to that position. He can run and hit and is extremely confident. LeQuince is going to be a great addition for us."

JEROD MONK
TE - 6-5, 230 - Wylie, Texas (Wylie HS)
High school quarterback recruited to play tight end at Baylor... Played for head coach Bill Howard at Wylie (Texas) High School... Rated the 87th-best recruit in the Metroplex by The Dallas Morning News, the No. 5 "athlete"... Led Wylie to a 13-3 record and the 2008 5A DII state championship game as a senior... Named first-team All-District 8-5A quarterback as a senior after throwing for 2,820 yards and 21 touchdowns (227-372, 7 interceptions)... Also ran for 892 yards and 11 TDs as a senior... Earned second-team All-Area honors at quarterback by The Dallas Morning News... Was named the The Dallas Morning News SportsDay Offensive Player of the Week as well as the TexasFootball.com 5A Player of the Week after throwing for 340 yards and four touchdowns in a 39-36 win over Plano East... Earned second-team All-District 9-5A honors at quarterback as a junior in 2007... Threw for 1,822 yards and nine touchdowns (168-304, 9 interceptions) and ran for 294 yards and eight TDs as a junior... Threw six passes as a backup quarterback as a sophomore in 2006.
BRILES ON MONK
"Big Daddy Jerod is a huge, tough, mean, confident player who will play tight end for us. He led his high school team to the state finals at quarterback, so he's a guy that believes and achieves. He's a guy that's got to be ready to play pretty quickly."

ANTHONY MOORE
S - 6-3, 180 - Converse, Texas (Judson HS)
Safety from Judson High School in Converse, Texas... National position ranking among safeties: No. 138 by Scout.com and No. 163 by ESPN.com... Played for head coach Jim Rackley at Converse... Injured in third game of senior season, CHS finished 8-3 and 2008 District 27-5A champions... Totaled 33 tackles in three games played as senior... Helped Judson to an 11-5 mark and the 2007 5A state championship game as junior... Credited with 179 tackles (89 solo), five tackles for loss, one interception, three forced fumbles, two hurries, nine pass break-ups and one blocked kick as junior... Played safety and quarterback for Judson junior varsity... Teammate at Judson of fellow Baylor signee Chris McAllister... Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes... Son of Brian and La'Sheene Moore... Full name is Anthony Keith Moore... Born Dec. 29, 1990, in Corpus Christi, Texas.
BRILES ON MOORE
"Anthony is a big, rangy safety with great upside. He's another guy we really feel excited about being on campus and what he can bring to the table."

KELVIN PALMER
DE - 6-5, 260 - Dallas, Texas (W. H. Adamson HS)
Defensive lineman from W.H. Adamson High School in Dallas... National position ranking: No. 57 by Rivals.com among strongside defensive ends; No. 76 by Scout.com and No. 134 by ESPN.com among defensive tackles... Ranked the 79th-best recruit in the Metroplex by The Dallas Morning News, the No. 12 defensive lineman... Named to Lubbock Avalanche-Journal State Top 100 recruiting list... Played for head coach Andy Gutierrez at Adamson... 2008 first-team All-District 11-4A honoree as a senior... Invited to 2007 All-American Bowl Game Classic... Averaged 11.4 points and 9.2 rebounds as junior forward on Adamson basketball team... Did not play football (basketball letterman) at Duncanville before transferring to Adamson prior to junior season... Son of Regina Palmer... Born Oct. 23, 1990.
BRILES ON PALMER
"Kelvin is a big, strong defensive end. He moves well and is a great, tough competitor. He's a good basketball player, a guy that brings some athleticism to the table. We're very glad to have him on board."

BRYCE PETTY
ATH - 6-3, 215 - Midlothian, Texas (Midlothian HS)
Standout quarterback at Midlothian (Texas) High School under head coach Robby Clark... National position ranking among quarterbacks: No. 25 by Rivals.com, No. 35 by Scout.com and No. 54 by ESPN.com... Ranked No. 55 on The Dallas Morning News' top 100 recruits in the state (the No. 2 quarterback)... A Fort Worth Star-Telegram State Top 100 recruit... Earned second-team All-District 16-4A honors as senior in 2008, missed some action due to injury... Threw for 1,507 yards and four touchdowns (134-222, 8 interceptions) and ran for 166 yards and five TDs as a senior... Named first-team All-District 15-4A as a junior in 2007.... Threw for 2,042 yards and 16 TDs as a junior, rushed for 101 yards and five touchdowns... Named the District 15-4A offensive sophomore of the year after throwing for 979 yards and four touchdowns in 2006... Son of Todd and Dena Petty... Born May 31, 1991.
BRILES ON PETTY
"Bryce is a big strong physical kid. He played quarterback for Midlothian this fall and did a great job of leading that team. He's a guy that we believe has the ability to come in here and play a couple of positions for us - certainly quarterback being one of them. We are excited to get him and I'm excited to watch him grow as an athlete. We are really proud to get him on board and be a Baylor Bear."

TEVIN REESE
WR - 5-11, 160 - Temple, Texas (Temple HS)
Dual-sport athlete excelled in football and track & field at Temple (Texas) High School... National position ranking among wide receivers: No. 109 by Scout.com and No. 169 by ESPN.com... Played for head coach Bryce Monsen at Temple... Named second-team All-District 12-5A wide receiver as a senior in 2008... Led the Wildcats with 542 yards and three touchdowns on 31 receptions as senior... Also totaled 391 yards on 17 kick returns and two rushes for 26 yards and a TD... Helped lead Temple to 7-4 record, bi-district finals and District 13-5A championship in 2007... Earned honorable mention All-District 13-5A honors as junior... Ran for an 85-yard kickoff return for touchdown in season-opening win over South Garland... In Temple's run-oriented offense totaled seven receptions in 2007... Track standout qualified for Class 5A state meet in triple jump and long jump as junior, earned bronze medal in 300-meter hurdles at 37.65 seconds... Named one of top 50 area athletes for 2007-08 school year by the Austin American-Statesman... Set school records in triple jump, long jump and 300-meter hurdles as junior... Honorable mention selection to 2008 Super Centex All-Academic Team... Son of Ruby Reese... Full name is Tevin Karnell Reese... Born Jan. 2, 1991, in Temple, Texas.
BRILES ON REESE
"I think Tevin might be the sleeper out of this class. He comes out of a storied program at Temple High School. The kid can run - he'll have the opportunity to be the 5A state champion in the intermediate hurdles, I'd be surprised if he's not - and he's hungry and anxious to play at the Big 12 level. We like the attitude and the athletic ability that he brings to us."

CYRIL RICHARDSON
OT - 6-6, 305 - Fort Worth, Texas (North Crowley HS)
Offensive tackle from North Crowley High School in Fort Worth, Texas... National position ranking among offensive tackles: No. 62 by Scout.com, No. 63 by ESPN.com and No. 90 by Rivals.com... Ranked the 80th-best recruit in the Metroplex by The Dallas Morning News, the No. 11 offensive lineman... Played for head coach Mike Papas at North Crowley... Named first-team All-District 3-5A as senior in 2008... Born Dec. 27, 1990.
BRILES ON RICHARDSON
"Cyril is a big kid - a tremendously gifted individual with a great upside. He's another member of this really talented offensive line class we signed. He's a guy that once again we are very excited about having on campus and watching him mature through the years with Kaz (Kazadi) and our strength training program."

JERAMIE ROBERTS
OG - 6-4, 305 - Garland, Texas (South Garland HS)
Three-year starter at South Garland High School in Garland, Texas... National position ranking among offensive guards: No. 17 by ESPN.com, No. 37 by Rivals.com and No. 42 by Scout.com... Ranked No. 84 on the The Dallas Morning News' top 100 recruits in state, the seventh offensive lineman... No. 90 recruit in Texas according to Superprep/Scout.com... Named to the Houston Chronicle's Top 100 listing of Texas recruits... A Fort Worth Star-Telegram State Top 100 recruit... A Waco Tribune-Herald Top 100 selection... Ranked the 44th-best recruit in the Metroplex by The Dallas Morning News, the No. 7 offensive lineman... Played for head coach Keith Wright at South Garland... Credited with 12 pancakes on offense as senior... Defensively totaled 81 tackles (39 solo), seven sacks, 13 hurries, two forced fumbles and three fumbles recovered as senior... Helped lead South Garland to 10-2 record and 2007 District 10-5A championship as junior... Earned second-team All-District 10-5A honors as defensive tackle as junior... Named to Region II Super Team by TexasFootball.com... Former teammate at South Garland of current Baylor quarterback Nick Florence... Son of Clarence and Melanie Roberts... Born May 3, 1990.
BRILES ON ROBERTS
"Jeramie is a big, powerful, inside player. He's strong and intelligent and we are anxious to see how he matures through the years. He's a guy who will come in, find a way to get stronger and more intense, and will find a way to blend with everybody on campus."

SKYLER SCOTT
WR - 6-3, 193 - Lancaster, Texas (Lancaster HS)
Talented receiver from Lancaster (Texas) High School... National position ranking among wide receivers: No. 52 by ESPN.com, No. 58 by Scout.com and No. 77 by Rivals.com... Ranked No. 89 on The Dallas Morning News' top 100 recruits in the state, the No. 10 wide receiver... No. 89 recruit in Texas according to Superprep/Scout.com... Named to Lubbock Avalanche-Journal State Top 100 recruiting list... A Waco Tribune-Herald Top 100 selection... Ranked the 47th-best recruit in the Metroplex by The Dallas Morning News, the No. 7 wide receiver... Helped lead head coach Andrew Jackson's Lancaster squad to a 7-5 record as senior in 2008... Earned first-team All-District 15-4A honors after catching 34 passes for 588 yards and five touchdowns as senior... Played for Laredo United High School as junior in 2007... Earned All-District 29-5A honors on both sides of the ball as junior: first-team wide receiver and second-team defensive back... Offensively had 43 receptions for 744 yards and 12 touchdowns as well as 55 rushing yards on 13 carries, defensively totaled eight tackles and three interceptions as junior... As sophomore played wide receiver for Lancaster squad that finished 8-4... Born Feb. 15, 1990.
BRILES ON SCOTT
"Skyler came to our camp last summer and did a great job. He has great upside, he really has a lot of belief in himself. He's a fearless player and we're anxious to see how he develops through the years."

BRODY TRAHAN
ATH - 6-1, 211 - Dickinson, Texas (Dickinson HS)
Prolific passer and all-around athlete from Dickinson (Texas) High School... National position ranking: No. 73 by Scout.com among safeties and No. 84 by ESPN.com among quarterbacks... Threw for 3,638 yards in prolific prep career... Played for father, head coach Warren Trahan, at DHS... Suffered season-ending knee injury in fifth game of senior year in 2008... Finished with 854 yards and 10 touchdowns (52-81, two interceptions) passing and 336 yards and five TDs rushing on 49 carries as senior... Dickinson finished 2008 season 9-3, advanced to 5A DII regional finals... In injury-shortened junior season threw for 700 yards and eight TDs (50-86, one interception) for DHS team that finished 8-3 and advanced to 4A DI bi-district finals... As sophomore in 2006, threw for 1,807 yards and 23 touchdowns (122-231) passing and had 605 yards and eight TDs rushing on 116 carries... Named Ford Athlete of the Week after throwing for 271 yards and 3 TDs in 28-24 win over Clear Brook (Oct. 10), including 27-yard game-winning TD... Teammate at Dickinson of fellow Baylor signee Ivory Wade... Earned honorable mention 2008 Academic All-State from THSCA/State Farm... Also played centerfield on DHS baseball team as sophomore and ran track as freshman... Son of Warren and Cindy Trahan... Full name is Brody Lee Trahan... Born Dec. 12, 1989, in Houston... Brother of Baylor Assistant Director of Football Operations Beau Trahan.
BRILES ON TRAHAN
"Brody was a high school quarterback who we recruited as an athlete. He can play quarterback, play receiver, punt the football - there's a lot of things he brings to the table. He will be a leader for us on and off the football field. He has a very dynamic personality that exudes confidence into other people so we are proud to have him as a member of our team."

IVORY WADE
OG - 6-5, 306 - Dickinson, Texas (Dickinson HS)
All-American offensive lineman from Dickinson (Texas) High School... Named SuperPrep All-America, listed as No. 40 offensive lineman nationally... Included on Rivals250 national recruiting list, ranked 244th recruit in the nation... National position ranking among offensive guards: No. 9 by Rivals.com, No. 14 by Scout.com and No. 34 by ESPN.com... Invited to 2008 Offense-Defense All-America Bowl following senior season... Played for the West in the 2009 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl... Ranked No. 27 on the Austin American-Statesman Texas Fabulous 55 List... No. 29 recruit in Texas according to Superprep/Scout.com... Ranked No. 30 on Rivals.com's Texas 100, the fourth-rated offensive lineman... Named to Texas top 100 lists by following publications: Houston Chronicle, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal and Waco Tribune-Herald... Named to Houston's Top 100 Footballers in 2009 by VYPE magazine... Listed among The Houston 100 top recruits by the Houston Chronicle... Led head coach Warren Trahan's 2008 Dickinson squad to a 9-3 record and 5A DII regional finals and earned first-team All-District 24-5A honors as senior... Led DHS to 8-3 record and 4A bi-district finals in 2007 and earned first-team All-District 23-4A honors as junior... Teammate at Dickinson of fellow Baylor signee Brody Trahan... Son of Pamela Ragin... Born May 3, 1991.
BRILES ON WADE
"Ivory is a powerful, big, strong player. He's intelligent, intense, dedicated, focused and driven. He has a lot of great characteristics that we look for. He's an extremely passionate young man that really is easily liked. He has a great personality but is also a great football player."

DANNY WATKINS
OT - 6-5, 290 - Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada (Mount Boucherie/Butte [Calif.] College)
Junior college transfer signed National Letter of Intent in December 2008, enrolled at Baylor in January 2009 and will participate in spring drills... Junior college All-American offensive lineman from Butte College in Oroville, Calif... Canadian with only two seasons of football experience... Rated No. 39 on Rivals.com's junior college top 100 listing... Ranked 56th on SuperPrep's Juco 100 listing... Named 2008 first-team All-America by JC Athletic Bureau as sophomore... Led Butte to perfect 11-0 season and 2008 California Community College Athletic Association championship as sophomore... Unanimous All-NorCal Conference selection at offensive tackle in 2008... Part of Butte line which accounted for 398.3 yards per game in 2008... Named to Region I All-California first team as sophomore... Played in all 22 games as freshman and sophomore at Butte... Tried out for Butte football team after enrolling at school due to interest in the fire academy... Served as part-time firefighter in hometown of Kelowna, British Columbia... Played hockey as youth, did not play football until 2007 at Butte... Prepped at Mount Boucherie Secondary School, did not play football.
BRILES ON WATKINS
"Danny is already on campus. He's a strong, physical player who has already proven his worth by his mental and physical aspect of attacking every chore that's in front of him. He's a very mature individual."
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