COVID-19 doesn’t stop the wild world of recruiting.
247Sports recently updated their rankings, athletes from the 2021 and 2022 class watched to see if they would fall or jump up and gain another star in the latest ratings. The 2022 class, not just in Texas but in all the nation is led by Carroll quarterback extraordinaire Quinn Ewers.
Scroll down though and you’ll find a who’s who of some elite High School talent, Texas has a miraculous 19 players in the 247Sports top 100, that’s nearly 20%. One of that 19 is star-studded safety from Garland, Chace Biddle.
“It’s a blessing many people can’t say they are top-20 in Texas and it’s a blessing on all levels,” Biddle said.
Biddle in the latest rankings is a four-star safety. He’s ranked as the sixth-best safety overall in the class, and the 19th best player in Texas.
Biddle last year for Garland as a sophomore accounted for 43 tackles with a tackle for a loss and a pair of passes broken up.
“My work ethic and the way I carry myself on and off the field,” Biddle said on his success.
Biddle’s list of offers is essentially a list of college football’s top programs. To date, Biddle has received 14 offers. Alabama, Auburn, Baylor, LSU, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M, and USC among others have thrown their hats out at Biddle.
“It’s been surprising and I love it,” Biddle said on his recruitment.
Garland last year disappointingly finished 3-7. Garland in 2020 though, returns most of its core on offense and defense. The Owls return their quarterback, running back, two leading receivers, their leader in sacks and interceptions.
Last year’s Owls squad was a young unit that showed a lot of potential. Now, they look to translate that personal success to team success.
“To lead the program to the playoffs,” Biddle said on his goal for 2020.
Chace Biddle is one of Texas’s young stars that fans should keep an eye on. One of the best safeties period in the 2022 class. Biddle is a 6’0 190-pound elite athlete, who can run a 10.7 100-meter dash already, and has room to improve. Watch out for Chace Biddle.
“I admire them and they keep me going to get me better,” Biddle said on his fans.