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Texas Tech Recruiting Roundup, 5/4

The recruiting trail is starting heat up, let's take a look at 3 potential Red Raiders.

Things are starting to pick up in regards to Texas Tech recruiting. It seems like every time I look up there's new offers going out. Today I'll take a look at 3 recruits who could end up in Lubbock. All 3 hold Texas Tech offers and each possess skills that could help the Red Raiders in the future.

Michael Lee | 5'11", 170 lbs | Defensive Back

Landry-Walker High School (New Orleans, LA)

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Lee has been making quite the name for himself this spring. He won the DB MVP award at the The Opening New Orleans Regional and won the DB MVP at the Rivals Challenge camp. Lee released a top 5 at the end of March and the Red Raiders made it. Other schools vying for his services are Colorado, Arizona State, West Virginia and Tennessee. Lee may not be the biggest guy but he plays physical and has great ball skills. He'd make a great addition to the Texas Tech secondary.

Debione Renfro | 6'3", 185 lbs | Athlete WR/DB

Pearland High School (Pearland, TX)

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Texas Tech offered Renfro on April 25th and he does just about everything for Pearland. Renfro plays DB, WR and is a special teams beast for Pearland. He holds several other offers at the moment including SMU, UTSA and Louisiana Tech. It'd be interesting to see where Texas Tech plays Renfro if they were to land him. If it's me, I play him at DB. The Red Raiders are stacked at WR and I consider DB more of a need.

Tre Siggers | 5'9", 165 lbs | Wide Receiver

Duncanville High School (Duncanville, TX)

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The Red Raider coaching staff offered Siggers last summer and it appears Emmett Jones is the main recruiter going after him. Jones of course has close ties to the DFW area and should be able to help a lot when it comes to recruiting the area. Siggers transferred from DeSoto to Duncanville last year but his transfer was ruled for "athletic purposes" and wasn't eligible to play at the varsity level last year. Siggers was in town last year for the Tech/TCU nail-bitter and I'm sure he'll be making the trip up to Lubbock again this season.

As I mentioned, Texas Tech is starting to give out offers and the overturned satellite rule will for sure help this summer. The Red Raiders usually hosts camps in the DFW area, East Texas and Houston. It wouldn't surprise me if some offers and commitments happen this summer because of those camps.

2017 Football Commits

Xavier Martin: Athlete QB/WR, Steele High School (Cibolo, TX)

Jack Anderson: Offensive Line, Frisco High School (Frisco, TX)

Dawson Deaton: Offensive Line, Frisco High School (Frisco, TX)