Jayden Daniels

6′3″ / 170 lbs
San Bernadino, CA
Class of 2019
Rating: 94

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Rating: 94.0

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Arizona State
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Jason Howell
on Nov 5, 2018


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Mid-season Highlights


1 yr ago by Jason Howell
My Three Things
It's an early morning edition today, so enjoySo Grant Gunnell has committed to Arizona A big congratulations should go to him. Grant has always been great to deal with and I believe he is one of the state's top talents. That said, I never thought we would see him back in Texas A&M's 2019 class and I am ok with that. The Aggies could see a big QB weekend on campus. Georgia standout Zach Calzada will be in town and the talk of Graham Mertz continues. New offer Brian Maurer has expressed a strong interest, and the Aggies have a tie to Jayden Daniels with his former Cajon teammate Jeremiah Martin now in College Station. Is it a clear cut picture? No, but there are options on the table, very good ones. Throw the numbers out the window I see the question on the board all the time as well as speculation of how much room the Aggies have. How many can we take at (name your position of choice)? Well, take what you know, or think you know, and throw it out the window because right now, those numbers sure are all over the place. The numbers will sort themselves out over time, but I could see certain scenarios where the Aggies take 6 DBs and 6 OLs in 2019. I could see scenarios where they take 2 RBs. I think they will grab a QB. DL is another that I believe could be a big group and WR is all over the place too. As I said above, most positions seem to be a moving target right now, and the number I have today will likely be very different come December. Over/Under 3 commitments this weekend In case you have missed it, this weekend will be a big one in Aggieland, and I am betting the Aggies land a few commitments. I'll put that number at 3 and I could see them hitting the over. The conservative tells me come in right at 3, but the gambler says the Aggies hit the over. I have always had a go big or go home mentality, so give me the over. I'll be particularly interested in what happens with the OL.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
My Three Things
1. QB has been interesting to watch for me. The Aggies have not extended a lot of offers, and they have taken a deliberate approach to offering. They continue to pursue former commitment Grant Gunnell. I thought if the Aggies got Ryan Hilinski on campus they could jump up to the top of his list, but he opted for South Carolina after a few visits to Columbia. Last night San Bernardino (CA) Cajon QB Jayden Daniels picked up an offer. He's a dual-threat talent with some nice size and a live arm. The Aggies were able to sign Jeremiah Martin from the same high school so the coaches know their way around the program. I have not had a chance to catch up with Daniels yet, but I get a feeling the Aggies have a chance to be a legitimate player in this one. 2. I cannot wait for Under Armour Camp in Dallas on Sunday. Commitments Kameron Brown, Demani Richardson, and Brian Williams are expected to be in attendance, and there are several others with offers from Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas in the 2019, 2020, and 2021 classes. There should be plenty of interviews, pics from the day, and action to report from Sunday. It is going to be a good time and I will be on the scene. 3. There has been a lot of talk about recruiting momentum, and I think we could start to see things pick up soon. It will be interesting to see what Braedon Mowry does tomorrow, but I like the Aggies chances in this one. That would be a pretty big domino and it could lead to a few more big dominoes in the future. I'm not going to say it is all going to happen all at once, but believe it or not Texas A&M's recruiting momentum remains very strong.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Aggies offer 2019 QB
Texas A&M has offered San Bernardino (CA) Cajon 2019 QB Jayden Daniels. He is the teammate of 2018 Texas A&M signee Jeremiah Martin and 2019 LB target Jonathan Perkins


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Career Stats

Season Cmp Att Yds TD Int Rush TD Yds Cmp%
126 207 1,479 13 5 104 6 535 -
169 301 2,694 35 10 85 3 216 56.1

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