In-State OL Sewell Sets Texas A&M Official Visit
With college football's 2021 officially in the books and the New Year upon us, rumors are still flying in terms of visits and commitments for the top-ranked Aggies 2022 class, the transfer portal, and beyond. Under head coach Jimbo Fisher, the Aggies recruiting momentum is hitting full force, and as a result, the Aggies are in the mix for some of the top names around the country, each of whom wants to take a hard look at the makings of what Fisher is building in College Station. JOIN THE DISCUSSION on the BRAND NEW All Aggies FanNation Message Board! Stick with All Aggies for all of the latest updates in recruiting below: Texas A&M is lining up official visits with top targets and another is confirmed. According to Nick Harris of Rivals, Odessa (Texas) Permian offensive lineman Harris Sewell will take his official visit to College Station from June 10-12. The Aggies are in Sewell's top five along with Texas, Alabama, Clemson and Oklahoma. Sewell was last in College Station in early April for a spring practice visit. One of the nation's top defensive backs has the Aggies in his top eight group. Javien Toviano (Arlington, TX) dropped his top eight schools on Tuesday evening. Along with Texas A&M, Texas, Georgia, LSU, Ohio State, Michigan, Oregon, and Alabama made the cut. The Aggies most recently hosted Toviano for a visit in January. Top 2023 recruit Anthony James has announced his de-commitment from Texas A&M. Arguably the top available quarterback recruit in the class of 2023 is set to see College Station for the first time. According to On3, Moore will check out A&M for 48 hours beginning June 19. “It will be huge for me to get down there and just see how it is,” Moore told Simmons. Notre Dame has long been considered the favorite for Moore, but he has been able to take visits to Oregon, LSU, Miami and many others of late. A top Florida prospect has trimmed his list of college options and Texas A&M remains in the thick of the race. Grayson 'Pup' Howard made the move on Sunday afternoon, cutting his list of three dozen offers down to just five. A&M could be in line to receive an official visit, but the date has not yet been made public. One of Georgia's top rising-senior football prospects has trimmed his list and Texas A&M is still in the running. In addition to A&M, Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Ohio State, USC, Michigan and Oregon made the cut for Nation. A&M, which recently hosted Nation in College Station, joined the fold in courting Nation with an offer back in February of 2021. Arguably the top target on the Aggies 2023 board, Texas A&M linebacker Target Anthony Hill has set four of his five allotted official visit dates. As of now, the Aggies will not be one of the teams receiving an official visit. Teams getting an official as of now for Hill include Oklahoma from June 3-5, Alabama from June 10-12, USC from June 17-19 and Texas from June 24-26. Hill has already been to A&M multiple times throughout the last few months, and the Aggies were included in the release of his Top-6 Schools this spring. One of the top prospects to have already made a commitment in the class of 2023 has trimmed his list and Texas A&M is in the running. Daquayvious Sorey, Georgia legacy and former Bulldogs wide receiver commitment out of Chipley (Fla. Along with the Aggies, Sorey named Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Auburn, Florida, South Carolina and Miami among his top eight programs. Sorey de-committed on February 25, citing the desire to experience the entire recruiting process after making an early verbal commitment. One of the top prospects in Alabama has Texas A&M high on his list. Texas, Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State, Auburn, Florida, USC, Miami, Oklahoma and Alabama State also made the cut. Russaw was in College Station earlier this spring with Carver teammate and fellow elite recruit James Smith. Top Texas A&M offensive line target Knijeah Harris will announce his college decisions on Saturday morning, live on CBS Sports HQ. Harris included the Aggies in his final five choices for Saturday, alongside Oklahoma, Alabama, Florida and Miami. Elite wide receiver Jalen Hale of Longview High School has narrowed his list to six schools. “Of course their coaches stand out but you know they have Haynes King and we been playing with each other since high school,” Hale said. Texas A&M remains in the hunt for a top defensive line target. Texas, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Rutgers, Miami, LSU and Auburn also made the cut for Mitchell. The Aggies quest to rebuild the trenches along the offensive side took another positive step forward on Friday when they landed in the top-5 for talented Wakeland (Frisco, TX) offensive lineman Connor Stroh. Stroh also listed Arkansas, Texas, Florida and Auburn in his top group alongside the Longhorns. He also holds offers from Tennessee, Stanford, Ole Miss, Michigan State, Florida State, SMU, Indiana, Baylor, California, and Cincinnati, among others. The 6-foot-1, 215-pound Elite running back target Cedric Baxter is down to five schools, including Texas A&M. There's another Texas A&M target trimming his list, and the Aggies remain in play. In addition to TAMU and of course Clemson, Auburn, Kentucky and Michigan State made the top five. A&M, like many courting the NFL legacy, offered Terrell while he was an underclassman recruit. One of The Aggies' top linebacker targets in the 2023 class, Derion Gullette, released his top-12 finalists on Friday, listing the Longhorns amongst the final group. Alongside the Aggies, Gullette listed Ohio State, Notre Dame, Auburn, Oregon, USC, Texas Oklahoma, Alabama, LSU, North Carolina and Miami in his group. A do-it-all talent for Marlin (TX) High School, Gullette played both linebacker, wide receiver, and punter. In 2021 on defense, Gullette finished with 125 tackles, five tackles for loss, three sacks, three forced fumbles, a fumble return for a touchdown, and two interceptions. Gullette was named the 8-3A-I Co-MVP in his Junior Season. One of the best in Texas has trimmed his list and the Aggies remain in play. Dallas (Texas) South Oak Cliff defensive back Malik Muhammad announced a move from more than 40 scholarship offers down to just six. Muhammad also included Texas, Alabama, Florida, Miami and Michigan among his top choices. Texas A&M has been on the hunt for a quarterback recruit since Eli Holstein backed off of his commitment and now a new offer is out. Clarkson, who split time as QB1 with Michigan State freshman Katin Houser in 2021, should be able to get even more experience as a senior in 2022. Louisville of course has had him on campus frequently and he will return in June for an official visit. The Aggies are in the final grouping for one of the top offensive playmakers of the 2022 class, Catholic (Baton Rouge, LA) wideout Shelton Sampson Jr. Sampson made his announcement on Twitter, naming LSU, Alabama, Michigan, Oregon and Florida State alongside the Aggies.
One of the top soon-to-be junior football players in America now has a Texas A&M scholarship offer to his name. An All-Metro selection as a sophomore in 2021, Calhoun is also being courted by SEC powers Georgia, Alabama, LSU, Florida and others. Texas A&M has plenty of in-state targets, especially in the trenches, and one of the most important cut his list on Wednesday. Harris Sewell, rising-senior recruit at Odessa (Texas) Permian, trimmed more than 20 scholarship offers to just five and the Texas A&M Aggies are still very much in the picture, he announced. Sewell also has Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama and Clemson in the mix for his services. Texas A&M originally got involved for Sewell more than one year ago, offering in February of 2021. One of the most coveted offensive line recruits nationally has a known commitment date. IMG Academy's Knijeah Harris, who has a top six including Texas A&M, is set to come off the board on May 7, he announced via social media. Harris was in College Station for the program's spring game over the weekend and got one-on-one time with Jimbo Fisher as part of his time on campus. A&M initially offered the Floridian way back in April of 2020, among the first offers he hauled in all together. One of the nation's top punters is a future Texas A&M Aggie. Tyler White, who didn't have a scholarship offer before a visit and sit-down with Jimbo Fisher this weekend, is the newest TAMU verbal commitment. Miami also offered the rising-senior recruit, who becomes A&M's fourth public commitment in the class of 2023. One of the hottest offensive line recruits in Texas now has a Texas A&M scholarship offer to his name. Before the Aggies spring game on Saturday, Jimbo Fisher personally offered class of 2023 Frisco (Texas) Wakeland tackle projection Connor Stroh in his office. A&M joins programs like Texas, Florida, Auburn and many others in the mix for the big lineman's services. One of the youngest Texas A&M prospects will be on campus Thursday for a fresh look at College Station. Madden Morgan, a class of 2026 athlete from the Houston area, announced plans to get to campus. Morgan has been busy on the trail of late, visiting in-state programs Houston, Texas, and Texas Tech over the last two weeks. The current eighth grade prospect could eventually become one of the top recruits in the Lone Star State in the coming years and he's getting quite the head start in seeing the latest with most of the programs in the area. One of the top offensive tackles in the 2023 class, Chase Bisontis, narrowed his list of schools down to eight schools on Saturday night, including the Aggies amongst the finalists. The 6-foot-5, 290-pound Don Bosco Prep (NJ) star also included Texas Ohio State, Rutgers, Miami, Georgia, LSU, and Michigan State in his list of finalists. Bisontis also holds offers from Alabama, Arizona State, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, Penn State, USC, Tennessee, Wisconsin and many more. The time is now for Lebbeus Overton, and the timing couldn't be better for Texas A&M. Less than a week after returning from College Station for an official visit, the final piece of the 2022 puzzle as far as the No. April Fool's jokes aside, the two-sport star announced plans to get the decision in at 2 pm CDT on Friday at Milton High. Overton, who is expected to pick a program alongside his brother and transfer candidate Micaiah, was a menace at Milton since starting as an eighth grader. Along with A&M, the perceived favorite, Georgia, Oregon, Oklahoma and Ohio State are among the finalists. One of the top running backs in the country pulled off a Texas swing on the visit trail over the weekend. It's safe to say the staff in place in College Station made an impression, per 247Sports. "I almost felt like I was in heaven because I grew up a Florida State fan and I didn't really realize how many people that played for Florida State are on staff at Texas A&M," Baxter said. Baxter, who ran for more than 1,700 yards as a junior for Orlando (Fla. The Aggies have made the cut for the final five schools for elite 2023 safety Tony Mitchell. Texas A&M is courting plenty on the defensive line in the class of 2023 and it remains in the running for one of the best in the South. Vic Burley, a big defensive lineman out of Warner Robins (Ga. The Aggie angle has been a part of this recruitment for nearly a year, as Burley picked up the TAMU offer from defensive line coach Elijah Robinson last May. Burley's most recent trips have been to Georgia, Clemson and South Carolina, a trio of SEC programs that also make the top 12 cut. The program is not only set to host reclassified defensive line recruit Lebbeus Overton and his brother in Liberty transfer Micaiah, but several class of 2023 elites will be flocking to College Station as well. The group has been touring campuses with their personal trainers, Madhouse Fitness, and spent time at Miami earlier this week and Auburn of late as well. A&M once had Carver graduate and fellow Madhouse trainee Keshun Brown on the roster, though the linebacker transferred to South Alabama last fall. Texas A&M remains in the hunt for arguably the top running back recruit on the West Coast. On Wednesday, Jayden Limar filtered his list of options into a top nine and A&M was the only SEC program to make the cut. TAMU running backs coach Tommie Robinson initially began courting Limar at an A&M camp back in the summer of 2021, when the junior came to College Station and earned his scholarship offer. Limar, who recently visited Washington State and UCLA, was the Cascadia Preps Offensive Player of the Year in 2021. The Aggies are moving quickly after the decommitment of quarterback Eli Holstein. The rising senior is as coveted as any player is nationally, recently making visits to LSU, Florida and UCF, among others. As a junior, Moore led King to a state championship in throwing for 3,047 yards and 40 touchdowns against just three interceptions. The QB is taking several visits during the Hotbed spring break bus tour, already making stops at Auburn this week with Miami next up. Texas A&M is in need of depth at the running back position. On Friday, one of the most talented players at the position in the 2023 class, Roderick Robinson, released his top-9 schools, with the Aggies falling into the mix. Robinson also named Arizona, California, Miami, Oregon, Tennessee, Stanford, UCLA and USC to his list of finalists. Robinson also announced visits to USC on March 26, UCLA on March 31, and Stanford on April 1 and 2. It looks like arguably the top Texan in the class of 2023 was back in College Station this week. According to 247Sports, Allen (Texas) High School standout defensive lineman David Hicks was back in town for a visit on Wednesday. "They’re gonna get the most out of me if I go there," Hick said. Hicks, who is also considering programs like Texas, Oklahoma and several others in his top group, was last in College Station in February. The Aggies got some good news via Twitter yesterday as one of the nation's top 2023 wideout recruits listed Texas A&M in his top nine schools. A&M will be competing with Stanford, Notre Dame, Ohio State, LSU, Georgia, TCU, Texas, and Oregon for James' services. The 6-3, 180-pound James broke out in the pandemic-shortened 2020 season Del Valle competed within. One of the nation's top defensive prospects has trimmed his list.
Joenel Aguero, a versatile secondary prospect who spent 2021 at IMG Academy in Florida before returning to his native Massachusetts for his senior year, has narrowed his list to seven programs. The Texas A&M Aggies, along with Alabama, Georgia, Miami, Florida, LSU and Ohio State made up the top seven he released Wednesday night via social media. More than two dozen programs have offered the 6'1", 195-pound prospect and he will hit the visit trail this month now that the list has been created. Aguero has yet to make a recruiting trail to College Station, but that is likely to change in short order as he advances with his recruitment. Texas A&M has four verbal commitments in the class of 2023, though none in the secondary just yet. Texas A&M has a new trench target with quite the resume. Ian Reed, an all-area performer along the Austin (Texas) Vandegrift offensive line as well as on the rugby field at 6'6", 205 pounds, now has a Texas A&M offer to his name. The rising-senior recruit learned of the new offer on Thursday in speaking to multiple A&M coaches, including Jimbo Fisher. "They're legit and we got off on the right foot," Reed told SI All-American Friday. The two sides are working on Reed getting to College Station for the first time as a recruit. "We haven't setup a date yet, I'm busy with rugby and my family is busy, we'll try and find a time to go (soon)," Reed said. Texas, USC, Oklahoma State, Cincinnati, Michigan State, Cal and others have offered the 2023 standout to date. "I'm going to Texas and Texas A&M at the end of March," he told Inside the Knights' Brian Smith. Baxter, who did include Texas A&M in his top 12 from late November, is the latest Aggie target in the Sunshine State to appear to have set up a visit. Following the 2021 season, Baxter was named the Offensive Player of the Year by the Orlando Sentinel. One of the top young running back recruits in the country has eyes on Texas A&M. Stacy Gage, who will be the lead back at IMG Academy this season, told Sports Illustrated his new Texas A&M offer was one of the last remaining tenders he was hoping to pick up. "He is a cool guy and when he was here he was running around with energy," Gage said of Fisher. Gage has just about every offer in the country to his name and visits will play a large part of his recruitment down the stretch. "I was really looking forward to getting the Texas A&M offer, I'm glad it came in a few weeks ago," Gage added. After reclassifying from the 2023 class to the 2022 class, prized defensive end recruit Lebbeus Overton immediately became one of the most sought-after recruits in the country. Overton quickly narrowed down his top five to Texas A&M, Georgia, Ohio State, Oklahoma, and Oregon. And now, according to a report from 247Sports national recruiting analyst Steve Wiltfong, it appears that Overton's older brother Michaiah could be joining him at his eventual college of choice. “Us together, the duo, that would spice things up,” Micaiah said to Wiltfong. Micaiah has spent the last two seasons at Liberty as a tight end, but plans to make the move to the defensive end spot at his next stop, having added nearly 80 pounds of strength. He is also excited to have a chance to make an impact with his younger brother, as a tandem. Back in the summer of 2012, early July to be exact, the Texas A&M staff moved forward from their interest in young quarterback recruit Jackson Hamilton. Following a visit to College Station, an offer was extended by Jimbo Fisher's staff even before entering his freshman year at Pearland (Texas) High School. The son of longtime football coach Pep Hamilton, there was speculation he could be on the move for a different NFL coaching stop. Pep Hamilton will remain with the Houston Texans under new head coach Lovie Smith, as he was appointed to the offensive coordinator role this week. Pop on the class of 2025 quarterback's tape and you'll see evidence of a mature signal caller relative to his age, from the footwork, strong arm and awareness to know when to tuck and run as a legitimate dual-threat talent. It's never too early to look ahead at the game's most important position and it appears a prime A&M target will remain in the area for the bulk of his varsity career. Texas A&M made it last in-person run at the top undecided recruit in America Thursday night. Shemar Stewart, the one-time A&M lean out of Opa Locka (Fla. Nearly all of the Aggie coaches, including Fisher himself, spent time Stewart's house on Thursday evening in what has become a comfortable bond between each party. "It was like a big party," a local source told All Aggies. Stewart, who was at Georgia checking out another finalist last weekend, ranks as the No. Texas A&M will be seeking to add offensive line talent in the 2023 recruiting cycle, and one of the top names in the state of Texas is set to make a trip to College Station this weekend, in Austin Westlake IOL TJ Shanahan. One of the more heavily recruited offensive linemen in the 2023 class as of late, Shanahan was offered by the Aggies last January, and has taken unofficial visits to Texas, Texas A&M, LSU, Florida, Miami, Georgia, UCF, and a host of other programs throughout the year. The 6-foot-4, 300-pound rising junior has also been offered and recruited by Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas, Florida State, Georgia, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Penn State, Stanford, USC, Wisconsin, and West Virginia among many others. One of Texas A&M's top remaining targets has trimmed his list. According to 247Sports, SI99 safety recruit Jacoby Mathews will choose between Texas A&M, Florida and LSU on National Signing Day. Texas A&M's staff went in-home with Mathews earlier this week. Texas A&M has made the list of finalists for elite Tyler Legacy defensive lineman Jordan Renaud, who released his top-8 on Thursday afternoon. Alongside the aggies, Miami, Florida State, Texas, Oklahoma, TCU, Michigan, and Alabama are amongst the finalists for the 6-foot-4, 250-pound 2023 recruit. Renaud also has offers from Florida, Baylor, Auburn, LSU, Ole Miss, and Tennessee among many others. Texas A&M has the top recruiting class in the country but the final dust has yet to settle on the class of 2022. That day will come February 2, where top targets will sign a National Letter of Intent to their school of choice. Perkins picked A&M at the Under Armour Next All-America Game on January 2, as the Aggies landed the SI99 linebacker recruit over Texas, LSU and others. As for A&M, he remains verbally committed, but Florida made an impression and a final decision appears yet to be made. "I’m committed but still open to other schools and I’ll make my final decision on February 2nd," Perkins said. Perkins is in Hawaii for the Polynesian All-Star week, where he will play his final prep game on Saturday Evening. The top target for A&M, and many others, is also the top uncommitted recruit in the SI99 rankings in Shemar Stewart. The Aggies have been the trending program for the south Florida pass rusher since the fall, but is it still the case? Local Miami and Georgia are trying to close the gap before pen meets paper next month and he spent time at The U over the weekend, telling multiple outlets it was his best trip to Coral Gables yet. The Canes were the first program to visit him after the NCAA's dead period ended on Friday morning and they will get the final official visit out of Stewart, too. At this time, there does not appear to be another College Station trip in the plans for Stewart (he took his official visit during the season) before he officially decides between the three programs. Was it big enough to withstand the run Mario Cristobal and/or Kirby Smart has left in the tank the rest of the way? A&M has held off other programs for many signees to date in the class, from Walter Nolen to Evan Stewart and many others in between. Want the latest in breaking news and insider information on the Aggies? Sign up for your premium membership to All Aggies and access the entire Fan Nation premium network!
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