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On 10/11/2019 at 8:44 AM, Elmer_Fudd said:

"A&M has been on him the longest" and "A&M was his first offer" are becoming a recurring theme on that board with recruits.

Any year - "aTm - on him the longest - why no cum?"

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Just once, I would like an aggy "reporter" to just say, yeah, this guy is visiting another school because he wants too. Instead they always have to have a story with it. 

 

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Just a heads up, after the game I asked Eli Stowers about a rumor I heard that he was visiting Baylor this weekend. He will indeed visit Baylor on an unofficial tomorrow. His mom played volleyball there and it's a chance for them to get back and see a game as a family. That said he has spoken to the A&M coaches about it and he is locked in and excited to be an Aggie. 

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Spider2YBanana said:

Bowman shaky is laughable. Dude bleeds burnt orange. 

He should very much see a physician about that.

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2 minutes ago, Spider2YBanana said:

Imagine waking up and peeing maroon aggy 

That would be a BLATANT DISREGARD FOR YOUR TEAMMATES! YOU ARE HEADED TO AREA 51!!!

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What's funny about the BOMC, is that Tommy Brock dropped a few spots, and Quad Davis jumped a lot of spots. Also, Sanders stayed in the same spot. 

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46 minutes ago, Katfid54 said:

That would be a BLATANT DISREGARD FOR YOUR TEAMMATES! YOU ARE HEADED TO AREA 51!!!

C9Kb2JBXUAAgXER.jpg.a0c1b5f15b9d9d72d3f6608a3be0fad0.jpgdamn near YOU ARE A BAD GUY!!!! Territory 

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3 hours ago, texifornia said:

Perroni on Quay Davis

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If Quay is not interested in aggy, I like him and hope we can get him on board again.

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Perroni is such an ag bitch, has to mention they have another wr committed to not hurt feelings that a kid does not want in the cult.

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1 hour ago, Goodman said:

Perroni is such an ag bitch, has to mention they have another wr committed to not hurt feelings that a kid does not want in the cult.

You can see why, with gigsohard’s response. 

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1 minute ago, texifornia said:

Probably more relevant for this cycle:

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14 minutes ago, Fud said:

 

Burton would definitely be in the know on this one 

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1 hour ago, texifornia said:

Probably more relevant for this cycle:

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Mack can easily hit up the boosters for an extra $200k to be added to Brewster’s salary. No way he goes back to the LIT 🔥 🔥 🔥 shithole that is College Station.

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3 minutes ago, Burt Macklin said:

Mack can easily hit up the boosters for an extra $200k to be added to Brewster’s salary. No way he goes back to the LIT 🔥 🔥 🔥 shithole that is College Station.

he probably doesn't even need to match the 200k. As Fud has pointed out repeatedly, Brewster does this every year. 

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2 minutes ago, texifornia said:

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Should we just re-post all the nonsense they spewed about Elijah Robinson staying at aggy (for now. Hi Panthers DL Coach Position!) over a Texas job he was never actually offered in this thread?

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2 minutes ago, Burt Macklin said:

Should we just re-post all the nonsense they spewed about Elijah Robinson staying at aggy (for now. Hi Panthers DL Coach Position!) over a Texas job he was never actually offered in this thread?

Why? You think they're going to connect the fucking dots?

I do wonder about Robinson's viability as an NFL coach. He's awfully young. But I certainly hope he bolts with Rhule, and we hire Okam (won't happen). 

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On 1/7/2020 at 3:20 PM, Focht Up said:

If he has visited there, obviously he would want to live in college station for 4 years.

Well, to be fair, if you come from Katy, you might not know any better.

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Where A&M stands with 15 top targets in the 2021 class

VIP By BRIAN PERRONI 

 

 

With Texas A&M only having a few targets left in the class of 2020 after the Early Signing Period, the Aggies’ attention can now be turned to the next class.

Though the first big junior day will not likely be until the Super Bowl, there will almost certainly be some top targets on campus once the dead period ends next Friday.

Jimbo Fisher likes getting off to a hot start and would love to land a few more prospects in the not-too-distant future to join the current pledges in the class – four-star quarterback Eli Stowers and four-star wide receiver Shadrach Banks.

This is by no means every player that Aggies are after heavily and there will also be a number of targets that pop up during the spring evaluation period, there are 15 players that are definite targets at the moment.

A&M is in at least decent shape with all of them and is the outright leader for a few and in a small top group with others.

Here is where things stand with 15 of A&M’s top targets in the class.

KATY TOMPKINS DE TUNMISE ADELEYE

Katy Tompkins five-star defensive end Tunmise Adeleye was scheduled to announce his decision earlier this month, but pushed it back to Aug. 1 as he was not ready to make a commitment. He recently released a top six but it is A&M, Alabama and Ohio State at the top right now. A&M was his first offer and has distance in its favor. If Texas runs a defense he likes more than the previous three-man front, the Longhorns could get back into things as well.

TEXARKANA PLEASANT GROVE DE MARCUS BURRIS

Marcus Burris is one of a pair of defensive ends at Pleasant Grove that are major A&M targets. He has long been very high on the Aggies and the talk around East Texas is that the 6-foot-4, 262-pound four-star prospect is a heavy A&M lean. If you are looking for a candidate to be the next commitment in the class for the Maroon and White, Burris is as good a guess as anybody.

GRANDVIEW TE/DE DAMETRIOUS CROWNOVER

Dametrious Crownover is a 6-foot-6, 235-pound four-star prospect that was offered by A&M as an athlete. The Aggies like him at either tight end or defensive end. They basically just want him in the class and will figure things out from there. He helped lead the Zebras to back-to-back state titles and is relatively open at this point. However, Crownover has been to A&M numerous times and has the Aggies as one of his top schools. If he does decide early, A&M is in good shape.

RICHMOND FOSTER OT REUBEN FATHEREE

This is a very strong offensive line class and the Aggies really need to do their best to clean up, especially in state. Reuben Fatheree is an athletic tackle that is also a basketball standout. An athletic 6-foot-7, 310 pounds, his ceiling is through the roof as a left tackle prospect. Fatheree has A&M as one of his top schools and has been to College Station a lot of times. The son of a basketball coach, he plans to take some official visits in the spring, but then could decide soon after. LSU is one of A&M’s main competitors for him, as is Notre Dame.

KATY TAYLOR OG BRYCE FOSTER

An incredibly gifted guard prospect, Bryce Foster has been starting on varsity for Taylor since his freshman year. The 6-foot-4.5, 318-pound four-star prospect helped the Mustangs to the state semifinals this season. He comes from an Aggie family as his mom is a former student and his brother a former walk-on at A&M. He has said he plans to wait a bit before making a commitment, but the Aggies are in a strong position.

VIRGINIA BEACH (VA.) PRINCESS ANNE CB TONY GRIMES

The nation’s top cornerback, five-star Tony Grimes has a ton of interest in the Aggies despite being from the East Coast. In fact, in each of the past two summers, he and his family have spent almost an entire week in College Station. He plans to return this coming April for an official visit. Clemson and Penn State are also going to get visits as he has a decision date planned for late November or early December. Grimes is a big fan of both Jimbo Fisher and cornerbacks coach Maurice Linguist and A&M has a very real shot at landing the elite prospect from out of state.

DALLAS KIMBALL CB ISHMAEL IBRAHEEM

A&M has offers out to a trio of in-state cornerbacks in the class and are recruiting each heavily. However, four-star Ishmael Ibraheem could be the prize. The 6-foot-1, 175-pound defender is still relatively new to football but has shown the athleticism and natural ability to pick up offers from the top schools in the country. He is not likely close to a decision at this point as he wants to take all his officials, but he has A&M in his top group as he is a big fan of Linguist as well.

TEXARKANA PLEASANT GROVE DE LANDON JACKSON

Landon Jackson is still a bit raw and that’s a scary thought for opposing offensive linemen. The 6-foot-6, 240-pound junior actually spent a lot of the year at outside linebacker in helping Pleasant Grove to a state title. The five-star prospect is one of the Aggies’ top overall targets and his father played basketball at A&M. His first offer also came from A&M defensive ends coach Terry Price as a freshman. The Aggies have a very good shot at landing Jackson, who says A&M and LSU are recruiting him the hardest right now. My Crystal Ball pick is on A&M.

CY-FAIR RB LJ JOHNSON

There are two running backs in the state that are 1A and 1B at this point and LJ Johnson is one of them. Playing in a tough Class 6A district, he averaged just shy of 10 yards per carry this season as he combine size with outstanding speed. Johnson ran an electronic 4.42 last spring. Johnson grew up a big fan of LSU as his family is from Louisiana and the Tigers might be A&M’s biggest competition. Texas is up there as well as those three will likely be the ones battling for him.

MIAMI (FLA.) NORTHWESTERN LB TERRENCE LEWIS

A&M went into Miami and landed national top-100 defensive end Donell Harris in the 2020 class. That not only landed the Aggies an elite pass rusher, it also helped their chances with five-star junior linebacker Terrence Lewis. The 6-foot-1, 195-pounder visited Aggieland with Harris back in the summer. Lewis, who is incredibly fast and hits like a much bigger player, will likely be another battle with in-state Florida, though Nebraska is another school of interest. Harris will do his part in helping to convince his friend to end up in Maroon and White as well.

HOUSTON EPISCOPAL OT CULLEN MONTGOMERY

Though he has not received as much attention as his teammate, new Ohio State commit Donovan Jackson, offensive tackle Cullen Montgomery picked up a number of big offers in the spring and the summer. One of those came from A&M. Montgomery admitted that Fisher had him almost wanting to commit on the spot. The 6-foot-5, 315-pounder is very high on the Aggies but Alabama, Michigan and Oklahoma are going to be the biggest competition for him.

NORTH SHORE OL JAEDEN ROBERTS

Even while still going to school in Kansas as a sophomore, Jaeden Roberts made his way to Aggieland on an unofficial visit and was offered. The 6-foot-4.5, 335-pound four-star lineman moved to Texas over the summer and played tackle in helping North Shore to another state title. The Aggies have been recruiting him as hard as anyone and are in as good of shape as anybody else. If A&M can find a way to get his older brother, linebacker Matthew Roberts, on campus as a potential grayshirt, it would make it very, very tough for anyone else to land the younger Roberts. The elder Roberts has A&M atop his list after being offered at camp over the summer.

PORT ARTHUR MEMORIAL DE JORDON THOMAS

Though Texas was the first Power 5 offer for four-star defensive end Jordon Thomas and the Longhorns have traditionally done very well in the Golden Triangle, the 6-foot-3, 240-pound junior has named the Aggies as his leader. There is talk around Port Arthur that Thomas, who broke his ankle in the first game this year and missed the rest of the season, could potentially be an early A&M commit. Don’t count out LSU or Texas, though.

GARLAND LAKEVIEW CENTENNIAL RB CAMAR WHEATON

Camar Wheaton burst onto the scene as a freshman when he ran for 429 yards and five touchdowns in a first-round playoff game after having only been brought up to varsity a few weeks prior. The 5-foot-11, 190-pound junior is now a five-star prospect as he has elite speed and, once he gets to the corner, is incredibly hard to catch, yet less tackle. Wheaton is one of the quieter prospects in the class and plays things close to the vest. However, all three of A&M, Oklahoma and Texas are in decent shape with him. He also took a ton of visits in the fall all around the country and is willing to go further from home for school. It is going to be a tough battle for any school looking to land him.

FORT COLLINS (COLO.) FOSSIL RIDGE OT TREY ZUHN

4COMMENTS

After Trey Zuhn attended a one-day camp at A&M this past summer, it was no surprise to see the 6-foot-5, 275-pound tackle immediately offered. Though he lives in Colorado, he has serious ties to A&M. He was born in College Station and has family, including grandparents as well as aunts and uncles, still living in Aggieland. Zuhn’s father was a walk-on at A&M and the young player grew up a fan of the Aggies. Still, a number of national programs are after him. I have my Crystal Ball on A&M but Ohio State and Oklahoma are both very much in the picture as well.

Others to watch: Duncanville LB Kendrick Blackshire, Brentwood (Tenn.) Ravenwood LB Junior Colson, Miami (Fla.) Central RB Amari Daniels, Fort Washington (Md.) National Christian Academy DE Monkell Goodwine, Denton Guyer CB Deuce Harmon, Prattville (Ala.) LB Ian Jackson, Philadelphia (Penn.) Northeast DE Elijah Jeudy, Washington (D.C.) St. Johns’s DT Taizse Johnson, Miami (Fla.) Northwestern S Kamren Kinchens, Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic DT Tywone Malone, Fort Smith (Ark.) Northside CB Dreyden Norwood, Gaithersburg (Md.) Quince Orchard DE Demeioun Robinson, Houma (La.) Terrebonne DT Maason Smith, DeSoto DE Shemar Turner, Westlake Village (Calif.) Westlake DT Victory Vaka, Katy CB Hunter Washington, Marrero (La.) John Ehret S Kaine Williams

 

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I like how Perroni mentions aggy being the 1st offer for a lot of these guys and how it means so much, but then says while Texas was Jordon Thomas's first offer, aggy is the leader.

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24 minutes ago, Longhornfrenzy said:

Where A&M stands with 15 top targets in the 2021 class

VIP By BRIAN PERRONI 

 

 

With Texas A&M only having a few targets left in the class of 2020 after the Early Signing Period, the Aggies’ attention can now be turned to the next class.

Though the first big junior day will not likely be until the Super Bowl, there will almost certainly be some top targets on campus once the dead period ends next Friday.

Jimbo Fisher likes getting off to a hot start and would love to land a few more prospects in the not-too-distant future to join the current pledges in the class – four-star quarterback Eli Stowers and four-star wide receiver Shadrach Banks.

This is by no means every player that Aggies are after heavily and there will also be a number of targets that pop up during the spring evaluation period, there are 15 players that are definite targets at the moment.

A&M is in at least decent shape with all of them and is the outright leader for a few and in a small top group with others.

Here is where things stand with 15 of A&M’s top targets in the class.

KATY TOMPKINS DE TUNMISE ADELEYE

Katy Tompkins five-star defensive end Tunmise Adeleye was scheduled to announce his decision earlier this month, but pushed it back to Aug. 1 as he was not ready to make a commitment. He recently released a top six but it is A&M, Alabama and Ohio State at the top right now. A&M was his first offer and has distance in its favor. If Texas runs a defense he likes more than the previous three-man front, the Longhorns could get back into things as well.

TEXARKANA PLEASANT GROVE DE MARCUS BURRIS

Marcus Burris is one of a pair of defensive ends at Pleasant Grove that are major A&M targets. He has long been very high on the Aggies and the talk around East Texas is that the 6-foot-4, 262-pound four-star prospect is a heavy A&M lean. If you are looking for a candidate to be the next commitment in the class for the Maroon and White, Burris is as good a guess as anybody.

GRANDVIEW TE/DE DAMETRIOUS CROWNOVER

Dametrious Crownover is a 6-foot-6, 235-pound four-star prospect that was offered by A&M as an athlete. The Aggies like him at either tight end or defensive end. They basically just want him in the class and will figure things out from there. He helped lead the Zebras to back-to-back state titles and is relatively open at this point. However, Crownover has been to A&M numerous times and has the Aggies as one of his top schools. If he does decide early, A&M is in good shape.

RICHMOND FOSTER OT REUBEN FATHEREE

This is a very strong offensive line class and the Aggies really need to do their best to clean up, especially in state. Reuben Fatheree is an athletic tackle that is also a basketball standout. An athletic 6-foot-7, 310 pounds, his ceiling is through the roof as a left tackle prospect. Fatheree has A&M as one of his top schools and has been to College Station a lot of times. The son of a basketball coach, he plans to take some official visits in the spring, but then could decide soon after. LSU is one of A&M’s main competitors for him, as is Notre Dame.

KATY TAYLOR OG BRYCE FOSTER

An incredibly gifted guard prospect, Bryce Foster has been starting on varsity for Taylor since his freshman year. The 6-foot-4.5, 318-pound four-star prospect helped the Mustangs to the state semifinals this season. He comes from an Aggie family as his mom is a former student and his brother a former walk-on at A&M. He has said he plans to wait a bit before making a commitment, but the Aggies are in a strong position.

VIRGINIA BEACH (VA.) PRINCESS ANNE CB TONY GRIMES

The nation’s top cornerback, five-star Tony Grimes has a ton of interest in the Aggies despite being from the East Coast. In fact, in each of the past two summers, he and his family have spent almost an entire week in College Station. He plans to return this coming April for an official visit. Clemson and Penn State are also going to get visits as he has a decision date planned for late November or early December. Grimes is a big fan of both Jimbo Fisher and cornerbacks coach Maurice Linguist and A&M has a very real shot at landing the elite prospect from out of state.

DALLAS KIMBALL CB ISHMAEL IBRAHEEM

A&M has offers out to a trio of in-state cornerbacks in the class and are recruiting each heavily. However, four-star Ishmael Ibraheem could be the prize. The 6-foot-1, 175-pound defender is still relatively new to football but has shown the athleticism and natural ability to pick up offers from the top schools in the country. He is not likely close to a decision at this point as he wants to take all his officials, but he has A&M in his top group as he is a big fan of Linguist as well.

TEXARKANA PLEASANT GROVE DE LANDON JACKSON

Landon Jackson is still a bit raw and that’s a scary thought for opposing offensive linemen. The 6-foot-6, 240-pound junior actually spent a lot of the year at outside linebacker in helping Pleasant Grove to a state title. The five-star prospect is one of the Aggies’ top overall targets and his father played basketball at A&M. His first offer also came from A&M defensive ends coach Terry Price as a freshman. The Aggies have a very good shot at landing Jackson, who says A&M and LSU are recruiting him the hardest right now. My Crystal Ball pick is on A&M.

CY-FAIR RB LJ JOHNSON

There are two running backs in the state that are 1A and 1B at this point and LJ Johnson is one of them. Playing in a tough Class 6A district, he averaged just shy of 10 yards per carry this season as he combine size with outstanding speed. Johnson ran an electronic 4.42 last spring. Johnson grew up a big fan of LSU as his family is from Louisiana and the Tigers might be A&M’s biggest competition. Texas is up there as well as those three will likely be the ones battling for him.

MIAMI (FLA.) NORTHWESTERN LB TERRENCE LEWIS

A&M went into Miami and landed national top-100 defensive end Donell Harris in the 2020 class. That not only landed the Aggies an elite pass rusher, it also helped their chances with five-star junior linebacker Terrence Lewis. The 6-foot-1, 195-pounder visited Aggieland with Harris back in the summer. Lewis, who is incredibly fast and hits like a much bigger player, will likely be another battle with in-state Florida, though Nebraska is another school of interest. Harris will do his part in helping to convince his friend to end up in Maroon and White as well.

HOUSTON EPISCOPAL OT CULLEN MONTGOMERY

Though he has not received as much attention as his teammate, new Ohio State commit Donovan Jackson, offensive tackle Cullen Montgomery picked up a number of big offers in the spring and the summer. One of those came from A&M. Montgomery admitted that Fisher had him almost wanting to commit on the spot. The 6-foot-5, 315-pounder is very high on the Aggies but Alabama, Michigan and Oklahoma are going to be the biggest competition for him.

NORTH SHORE OL JAEDEN ROBERTS

Even while still going to school in Kansas as a sophomore, Jaeden Roberts made his way to Aggieland on an unofficial visit and was offered. The 6-foot-4.5, 335-pound four-star lineman moved to Texas over the summer and played tackle in helping North Shore to another state title. The Aggies have been recruiting him as hard as anyone and are in as good of shape as anybody else. If A&M can find a way to get his older brother, linebacker Matthew Roberts, on campus as a potential grayshirt, it would make it very, very tough for anyone else to land the younger Roberts. The elder Roberts has A&M atop his list after being offered at camp over the summer.

PORT ARTHUR MEMORIAL DE JORDON THOMAS

Though Texas was the first Power 5 offer for four-star defensive end Jordon Thomas and the Longhorns have traditionally done very well in the Golden Triangle, the 6-foot-3, 240-pound junior has named the Aggies as his leader. There is talk around Port Arthur that Thomas, who broke his ankle in the first game this year and missed the rest of the season, could potentially be an early A&M commit. Don’t count out LSU or Texas, though.

GARLAND LAKEVIEW CENTENNIAL RB CAMAR WHEATON

Camar Wheaton burst onto the scene as a freshman when he ran for 429 yards and five touchdowns in a first-round playoff game after having only been brought up to varsity a few weeks prior. The 5-foot-11, 190-pound junior is now a five-star prospect as he has elite speed and, once he gets to the corner, is incredibly hard to catch, yet less tackle. Wheaton is one of the quieter prospects in the class and plays things close to the vest. However, all three of A&M, Oklahoma and Texas are in decent shape with him. He also took a ton of visits in the fall all around the country and is willing to go further from home for school. It is going to be a tough battle for any school looking to land him.

FORT COLLINS (COLO.) FOSSIL RIDGE OT TREY ZUHN

4COMMENTS

After Trey Zuhn attended a one-day camp at A&M this past summer, it was no surprise to see the 6-foot-5, 275-pound tackle immediately offered. Though he lives in Colorado, he has serious ties to A&M. He was born in College Station and has family, including grandparents as well as aunts and uncles, still living in Aggieland. Zuhn’s father was a walk-on at A&M and the young player grew up a fan of the Aggies. Still, a number of national programs are after him. I have my Crystal Ball on A&M but Ohio State and Oklahoma are both very much in the picture as well.

Others to watch: Duncanville LB Kendrick Blackshire, Brentwood (Tenn.) Ravenwood LB Junior Colson, Miami (Fla.) Central RB Amari Daniels, Fort Washington (Md.) National Christian Academy DE Monkell Goodwine, Denton Guyer CB Deuce Harmon, Prattville (Ala.) LB Ian Jackson, Philadelphia (Penn.) Northeast DE Elijah Jeudy, Washington (D.C.) St. Johns’s DT Taizse Johnson, Miami (Fla.) Northwestern S Kamren Kinchens, Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic DT Tywone Malone, Fort Smith (Ark.) Northside CB Dreyden Norwood, Gaithersburg (Md.) Quince Orchard DE Demeioun Robinson, Houma (La.) Terrebonne DT Maason Smith, DeSoto DE Shemar Turner, Westlake Village (Calif.) Westlake DT Victory Vaka, Katy CB Hunter Washington, Marrero (La.) John Ehret S Kaine Williams

 

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Aw man, aggy going to get everybody after they win the NC.  Also, wear extra padding, a helmet and work on flexibility for rolling away from the impending roller coaster crash.  Or, maybe just not get on this time.

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44 minutes ago, RGBIII said:

Jimbo Fisher likes getting off to a hot start

he does? I thought he was the big closer, and so tenacious that he'd play the long game with guys like Javonne Shepherd?

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Just now, Hiphopopotamos said:

Is this Perroni's 15-0 moment?

Doubt it, they probably get guys like Burris (actually likes ugly East Texas cowtowns) and Fatheree (odd giant out in this sick OL class)

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Just now, texifornia said:

Doubt it, they probably get guys like Burris (actually likes ugly East Texas cowtowns) and Fatheree (odd giant out in this sick OL class)

They do have a few that are just falling into their lap this year, with legacies and small town guys.  Isn’t Fatheree kind of a good thing, takes up a spot and UT isn’t interested iirc?    Sort of surprising that Grimes has given them as much time as he has.  

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3 hours ago, fattyflattie said:

They do have a few that are just falling into their lap this year, with legacies and small town guys.  Isn’t Fatheree kind of a good thing, takes up a spot and UT isn’t interested iirc?    Sort of surprising that Grimes has given them as much time as he has.  

Fathertree would be a take for us, he did really well at the camps last spring.. but like someone mentioned earlier..this is a sick class along the OL

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So who is this year's Dylan Wright/Demond Demas/Jaylon Jones?

Someone who all of the sudden went from no interest in A&M to being a commit out of nowhere. wink wink

I'm guessing KATY TOMPKINS DE TUNMISE ADELEYE

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2 minutes ago, Neonmoon said:

So who is this year's Dylan Wright/Demond Demas/Jaylon Jones?

Someone who all of the sudden went from no interest in A&M to being a commit out of nowhere. wink wink

I'm guessing KATY TOMPKINS DE TUNMISE ADELEYE

Jordon Thomas and Ishmael Ibraheem could be ones to watch.

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40 minutes ago, Elmer_Fudd said:

Jordon Thomas and Ishmael Ibraheem could be ones to watch.

I think you might be on to somethinge here. The ministry recently came out saying they feel they have a strong chance to land him. 

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1 hour ago, Neonmoon said:

So who is this year's Dylan Wright/Demond Demas/Jaylon Jones?

Someone who all of the sudden went from no interest in A&M to being a commit out of nowhere. wink wink

I'm guessing KATY TOMPKINS DE TUNMISE ADELEYE

@Harvdog

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1 hour ago, Neonmoon said:

I think you might be on to somethinge here. The ministry recently came out saying they feel they have a strong chance to land him. 

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4 hours ago, closetojumping said:

Aggy was his first big offer.  He may commit but I wouldn’t count on anything until he signs.  He’s coming to Austin to visit.  He wants to meet Ash and see what happens with the coaches. Until he signs it doesn’t matter 

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