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  1. I'm going to keep posting screenshots. Just won't post the whole article. Sooner fanboy is a pussy!
  2. It's the way the pics were taken. Will have better pictures very soon
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  4. Just a random Sooner asking a question was all I could find
  5. Hamm lite STAFF Posted on 108 mins, V I P, User Since 199 months ago, User Post Count: 0 108 minsVIP 199 months After signing one of the top defensive line classes in the country in 2020, Texas A&M could end up with an even better group in 2021. The Aggies are in good shape with quite a few prospects, both in the state of Texas and nationally. Though new names will likely emerge during the spring evaluation period, here is where things currently stand with the top targets. VERY GOOD SHOTS WITH Texarkana Pleasant Grove DE Landon Jackson: A&M was the first to offer the 6-foot-6, 240-pound defender and his dad is a former walkon basketball player for the Aggies. Texas is trying to make things interesting, but A&M is in good shape. He will officially visit the weekend of the spring game. LSU will also get an official visit in May and Alabama will likely receive one, too, in addition to the Longhorns at some point. Still, though, the Aggies are in very good shape here. Texarkana Pleasant Grove DE Marcus Burris: A teammate of Jackson’s, the 6-foot-4, 262-pound four-star defender might be even higher on A&M than his teammate is. Burris could potentially end up inside but, at the moment, is being recruited as an end. He is the best bet of any of the highly-ranked prospects to end up an Aggie. Port Arthur Memorial DE Jordon Thomas: A&M has not always had a ton of success in the Golden Triangle but the four-star defender has long listed the Aggies as his top school. However, a recent Junior Day visit to Austin put Texas up there as well. This will be an A&M-Texas battle with Thomas planning to visit Aggieland a couple more times this spring and summer. The 6-foot-3, 240-pound defender missed almost all of this past season with an injury, so that is at leasy somewhat of a concern, but he should be fine going forward. GOOD SHOTS WITH IMG Academy DE Tunmise Adeleye: After transferring from Katy Tompkins, the 6-foot-3 defender has trimmed down to 240 pounds and has turned himself into more of an edge rusher. That is a scary thought for opposing offensive linemen. Though some other schools have gotten into the mix since his transfer, such as Florida, the national top-50 prospect is still highest on A&M, Alabama and Ohio State. He will be at A&M for an unofficial visit the weekend of the spring game. Adeleye plans to announce his decision on Aug. 1. Philadelphia (Pa.) Northeast DE Elijah Jeudy: Texas A&M was one of the first schools to offer the 6-foot-3, 233-pound four-star defender. Also, being from Philadelphia, he has developed a strong bond with Elijah Robinson, who is from just across the bridge in Camden. Jeudy has been to A&M before and will be back for an unofficial at the end of this month. Penn State is going to provide major competition, as are Alabama, Georgia and LSU. But, the Aggies have positioned themselves well with the No. 170 overall prospect. Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic DT Tywone Malone: The Aggies had a lot of success in South Jersey in the class of 2020 and will look to do the same in the north of the state this cycle. The 6-foot-3.5, 300-pound defensive tackle unofficially visited Aggieland during the season this past year and has A&M as one of his top schools. He, too, has built a very solid relationship with Robinson. Penn State also is in good shape there while some of the other Big 10 schools have recruited the area well. Fort Washington (Md.) National Christian Academy DE Monkell Goodwine: The 6-foot-4, 260-pound junior could end up as a defensive tackle as well. Ranked as the nation’s No. 114 overall prospect, he was blown away by an unofficial visit to A&M in the fall. He also has a former teammate, Joshuah Moten, on the roster in College Station. Much of the SEC is after him and will make this a tough battle, but he is a fan of the Aggies for sure. VERY MUCH IN THE MIX DeSoto DE Shemar Turner: The 6-foot-3.5, 260-pound defender was outstanding at A&M’s camp this past summer. He then went out and had a dominant junior season. Turner is interested in the Aggies but has a ton of suitors as well. A recent unofficial visit to Alabama before the dead period went very well and the Tide are in good shape if they push. Other than that, he is pretty open at this point. Houma (La.) Terrebonne DT Maason Smith: The five-star prospect is interested in A&M, as evidenced by multiple unofficial visits already. However, getting a highly-rated defender out of the state of Louisiana is very, very tough. The 6-foot-5, 316-pounder is someone the Aggies will continue to recruit heavily, but LSU is not going to let him go easily. Alabama is also very involved with him. Mansfield Legacy DE David Abiara: The 6-foot-4, 248-pound defender is a newer name to emerge, not just on A&M’s radar but that of several other schools as well. His sister goes to A&M, so that helps with the familiarity, but both Notre Dame and Oklahoma feel very good about their chances, especially the former. Westlake Village (Calif.) Westlake DT Victory Vaka: Just like a number of others on this list, the 6-foot-3, 315-pound Vaka is high on A&M because of his relationship with Robinson. The nation’s No. 200 overall prospect, he has never been to A&M. That will change, though, as he has an unofficial visit scheduled for early May. Vaka has officials scheduled for Florida, Michigan and Oregon already, so A&M will have to work to get one of the final two. He does not plan to announce until the Early Signing Day and will then enroll early. Others still looking at A&M: Gaithersburg (Md.) Quince Orchard DT Marcus Bradley; Vero Beach, Fla. DE Keanu Koht; New Orleans (La.) St. Augustine DE Byron Turner Jr.
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