DALLAS – Deion Sanders will be hosting his second annual Prime 21 camp this weekend in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and to no surprise, the camp roster is dominated by Texas high school football athletes.

The Prime 21 camp features over 30 nationally-ranked defensive backs, wide receivers and quarterbacks who are the top prospects for the recruiting classes of 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Even though the camp features 48 recruits from all over the country, nearly half of Prime 21’s roster hails from the state of Texas. Here is the full roster of players and coaches, via VarsityPreps.com’s Co-Founder, Demetric Warren:


The camp promises to be a complete immersive and developmental experience for these athletes to improve themselves on and off the field through preparation, responsibility, intelligence, management and expectation, or PRIME, as if the impressive list of current and former NFL players who will be coaching the clinic didn’t provide enough legitimacy.

Highlighting the Texas recruits for the Prime 21 camp, a pair of dual-threat quarterbacks who recently committed to a couple of Big-12 schools recently – San Antonio Reagan’s Kellen Mond, who committed to Baylor University and Denton Guyer’s Shawn Robinson, who committed to the TCU Horned Frogs.

Mond had a monster sophomore year starting for the Reagan Rattlers. He accumulated nearly 3,000 yards of offense and 34 touchdowns last year, leading the Rattlers to a 12-2 record. The Rattlers would go on to win District 26-6A and advance all the way to the state semifinals before losing to Judson. Mond also became the first player to commit to Baylor’s Class of 2017.

Meanwhile, Robinson accounted for over 4,000 yards of offense for Guyer Wildcats last season, scoring 50 total touchdowns in the process. Fifty touchdowns as a sophomore. The five-star recruit committed to TCU over offers from USC, Alabama, Texas and Texas A&M.

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