Junior to Watch: Tony Cade
School: Lewisville High, Lewisville, Texas
Position: Free safety
Size and Speed: Tony Cade is 6-foot-2, 190 pounds. He ran a 4.4 hand held timed 40 yard dash on his high school's track.
Statistics: Last year he had approximately 75 tackles, nine interceptions, and six blocked punts and field goals.
Honors: He was the district Defensive MVP and was named first team All-Area, All-State, and to one All-American High School list.
Strong Points: "Mental aspect and drive with a passion for the game."
He described himself as: "An aggressive, emotional player."
He compared his style of play to Aeneas Williams of the St. Louis Rams.
Favorite Schools: He has offers from Texas A&M, and West Virginia.
He has narrowed his prospective schools to a top four already, with those being Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee, and Texas A&M.
At this time the favorites would be Texas and Oklahoma.
"They are all recruiting about the same, so things are pretty level," Cade said.
"I'm not sure if distance will be a factor. It will be pretty much where I feel comfortable is where I'll go."
If he could make his five official visits, they would be to:
Oklahoma: "Dream school, and I have family in the area."
Texas: "The coaching staff is very intriguing."
Tennessee: "They have very good DB coaches and always produce top level DB players."
Texas A&M: "Recruiter Grimes does a very good job in recruiting."
Skinny: "I haven't attended any camps. Since I am a part of the Plano Junior Achievers Sports organization, I'll be attending that this summer. I don't know if I'll have time for camps."
He plans to major in business and has set his sports goal as being the top defensive back in the state of Texas.
When asked about his toughest opposing player, he said, "I'd have to say Mesquite. I'm never intimidated by any particular player."
He benches 260 pounds, squats 365 pounds, and has a vertical leap of 38 inches. He has his first SAT or ACT test scheduled for Mar. 16.