Jermaine Antoine (WR, 5-11, 195, Loreauville, La.; Loreauville HS)
Named “Best All-Around Athlete” at the 2012 U.S. Army National Combine ... a first-team Class 2A all-state selection by the Louisiana Sportswriters Association ... was also first-team All-District 6-2A and its Offensive Most Valuable Player as a senior ... a three-time first-team pick as an athlete on The Daily Iberian’s Best of the Teche team ... was also first-team All-Acadiana at running back ... rushed for 1,399 yards and 26 touchdowns while adding 538 yards receiving and six scores as a senior ... opened his senior season with 274 yards rushing and six touchdowns versus Central Catholic ... ran for 691 yards and 11 touchdowns his junior year ... added 568 yards and six scores receiving ... had three kickoff returns and two punt returns for touchdowns ... chose TCU over Texas A&M and North Texas.
George Baltimore (S, 6-0, 205, Mansfield, Texas; Mansfield HS)
The No. 7 safety in Texas and No. 51 in the nation by FOX Sports Next/Scout.com ... No. 116 overall in the Midlands 150 ... selected to the Star-Telegram’s Tarrant County Terrific 25 ... honorable-mention all-state his senior year … was first-team all-district as a junior and senior ... totaled 81 tackles his senior year with four interceptions, including two returned for touchdowns … also picked off seven passes as a junior, two of which were taken back for scores … selected TCU over Baylor, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Iowa State, Kansas, Arkansas, Arizona State, Cal, Vanderbilt, Michigan State, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana and Purdue.
Bryson Burtnett (TE, 6-5, 225, Springtown, Texas; Springtown HS)
Rated by FOX Sports Next/Scout.com as the No. 5 tight end in Texas and No. 40 in the nation ... had 19 receptions for 227 yards and two touchdowns as a senior ... totaled 37 tackles, including seven for loss, and two sacks on defense ... was a unanimous All-District 6-3A selection at defensive end ... All-Parker County ... received second-team all-district honors as a junior when he totaled 51 tackles and five sacks … chose TCU over Rice and Texas State.