Deondrick Glass

  • Pos RB
  • Height 5-11
  • Weight 200

Prospect Info

  • High School Katy
  • City Katy, TX
  • Exp 2019 - 2020

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83

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H.S. Scouting Report

Evaluated 09/21/2018

GabeBrooks
Gabe Brooks 247Sports Scouting Analyst

Projection

UFA

Comparison

Chris Carson Seattle Seahawks

Prototypical build for a college-level back in the 5-foot-11, 200-pound range as a high school senior. Somewhat limited frame but can probably get to 220 pounds in college. Highly productive against terrific competition relative to the high school level. Proven high-volume, workhorse back. Deceptively builds long speed and can get rolling downhill in the secondary. Strong runner with good balance and body control. Can gain yards after contact. Good between the tackles. Patient runner who presses blocks to set up cutbacks in the toss and the stretch. Sells the counter and delayed handoffs with subtlety and nuance. Enters college with a lot of mileage on the tires (673 varsity carries). Virtually non-existent pass-catching experience out of the backfield. Has not been asked to do much blitz pickup in a run-heavy scheme. Can make the first defender miss in the hole, but runs a bit stiff and does not flash much open-field wiggle. Adequate initial burst but needs to improve overall quick-twitch explosion. Potential to develop into an NFL draft choice.

H.S. Athletic Background

Played for coach Gary Joseph at Katy High School and was a spectacularly impressive performer in his three seasons of high school football, amassing 4,830 rushing yards and 79 rushing touchdowns on 508 carries. Glass averaged 9.5 yards per carry throughout his Katy career, including a career-high 10.4 average as a sophomore in 2016. As a sophomore he had 184 carries for 1,912 yards and scored 30 rushing touchdowns. In that sophomore season he crossed the 100-yard mark in 10 of 13 games for Katy in 2016, including four games where he rushed for at least 245 yards and he scored multiple rushing touchdowns on nine occasions. In his junior season he rushed for 1,101 yards on 125 carries and scoring 21 rushing touchdown. As a junior he earned third-team all-state honors via the Texas Sports Writers’ Association. In his senior he rushed for 1,912 yards and 30 rushing touchdowns. He went for more than 100 yards rushing in 10 of Katy’s 13 games and he erupted for 397 yards and two touchdowns on 37 carries in Katy’s 31-28 victory over Atascocita on Sept. 8, 2018, followed up his career-high output with his third career five-touchdown game against Aguilas Blancas IPN Mexico, he also rushed for 203 yards on just 10 carries in Katy’s 63-0 shutout of Aguilas on Sept. 14. He also went over the 200-yard rushing mark in back-to-back weeks against Tompkins and Morton Ranch, rushing for 221 and 226 yards on Oct. 5 and Oct. 12, respectively. Besides being All-District again, Glass was first-team All-State by the Associated Press Sports Editors.

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