In a stacked wide receiver class, it's easy to overlook Tony James. Hopefully, opposing defenses will overlook him in years to come.
The 5-foot-10, 165 pound receiver out of Arlington Bowie runs a 4.45, and if defenses aren't careful, he'll be behind them in the endzone. Scout.com doesn't show any other offers besides TCU for James, but that shouldn't fool you. The kid can play, and as Bowie's quarterback, he led them deep into the playoffs in 2014.
Check out Tony's speed in his Hudl highlights below. Again, he played QB in high school but will be a wide receiver at TCU, adding even more depth to a stacked position.
In a few years, it wouldn't shock me to see him take on the Deante' Gray role in this offense.