Marvin Mims

  • Pos WR
  • Height 6-0
  • Weight 173

Prospect Info

  • High School Lone Star
  • City Frisco, TX
  • Exp 2020 - ...

Oklahoma Sooners

  • Jersey #17
  • Class SO

As a Prospect

247Sports Composite®

0.9285
  • Class 2020
  • Committed 11/14/2019
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H.S. Scouting Report

Evaluated 12/01/2018

GabeBrooks
Gabe Brooks Midlands Region Recruiting Analyst

Projection

Power-5 Starter

Comparison

Marquez Stevenson Buffalo Bills

Adequate height and lean build on a limited frame. Will need to add bulk in college. High-production, big-play receiver who could move around the formation. Shows above average play speed. Testing backs that up with a verified 4.67 40. Well-rounded playmaker who produces splash plays in vertical game and screen game. Has shown he's unafraid to go up in traffic for the ball. Verified 37.2-inch vertical helps high-pointing ability. Displays encouraging body control to adjust to the ball in flight. Big numbers vs. good competition in Texas 5A in DFW Metroplex. Testing suggests lateral fluidity can improve (4.50) shuttle. Needs to get more consistently explosive off the line. Long-striding speed-builder more so than speed-burster. Must gain as much mass as possible to maximize strength ceiling. Productive all-around receiver who should become reliable starter at the Power 5 level.

Athletic Background

2019: Named Mr. Texas Football by Dave Campbell's Texas Football as a senior; helped Lone Star HS to 14-1 record and Texas 5A D-I state semifinals.
2018: Named the District 5-5A-I Offensive MVP as a junior.
2017: Named the District 13-5A Offensive Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore.
2016: Played his freshman season at Frisco (Texas) Legacy Christian.

On Dec. 6, 2019, Mims became the all-time single-season receiving yardage leader in Texas history with 2,483 yards, surpassing Cody Cardwell of Stephenville HS (2,427 yards in 1998). Mims unofficially broke the national record for receiving yards in a season surpassing the NFHS record book's previous best of 2,464 by J.P. Shohfi of San Marino (Calif.) in 2015.

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