Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL
LB

Justin Flowe

Linebacker
6′2″ / 223 lbs
Upland, CA
Upland
Class of 2020
Rating: 99
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National Avg
Rating: 98.4
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Recruited by
Texas A&M
Medium
Alabama
Medium
Arizona
Medium
Arizona State
Medium
Auburn
Medium
California
Medium
Colorado
Medium
Florida
Medium
Florida State
Medium
Georgia
Medium
LSU
Medium
Nebraska
Medium
Ohio State
Medium
Oklahoma
Medium
Oregon
Medium
Penn State
Medium
TCU
Medium
Tennessee
Medium
Texas
Medium
UCLA
Medium
USC
Medium
Utah
Medium
Washington
Medium
Washington State
Medium
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Upland High Varsity

Updates

7 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Wednesday recruiting quick hitters
- There's a new 2020 name emerging on the offensive line out of east Texas. We've been getting word that Athens big man Garrett Hayes has begun catching the eye of a ton of big name programs, including Texas A&M. Keep an eye out here for a potential offer in the future. - Some out of state names that have been receptive to the A&M recruiting pitch recently are DE Fadil Diggs out of New Jersey, LB Jackson Bratton in Alabama, Jaquelin Roy across the Sabine in Louisiana, edge rusher Latarie Kinsler out of Pahokee, Florida, DB Myles Slusher in Oklahoma, Illinoisan DB Antonio Johnson (likely spring visitor), and WR Jordan Johnson (ND the leader) in Missouri. I also would place bets a few of the following West Coasters to make spring/summer visits: DB Elias Ricks, DB Clark Phillips, LB Justin Flowe, RB Sam Adams, and TE Darnell Washington- In state, I've gotten reports that the Aggies continue to inch in the right direction with Cedar Creek DE Alfred Collins. Terry Price and Mike Elko are working hard on this one and still have some hurdles to clear, but the latest news is positive. - Staying in Texas, nothing has changed on the A&M front with in state DB's Dwight McGlothern, Lorando Johnson, and Xavion Alford. All three will continue to get the full attention of the staff throughout the spring.- The Aggies are trending favorably with Baton Rouge (LA) ATH Joel Williams, as well. Word on the street is he'll make a spring decision with possibly some OV's happening soon after the Dead Period ends. Williams is a gifted, highly touted kid that can play corner, safety, or receiver. He'd likely start out on the defensive side if he chose the Aggies, though.
7 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Monday evening recruiting notes & quotes
-- I've spoke a good bit to Baton Rouge (LA) ATH Joel Williams in the last few days. From what I've been told, Williams plans on making a commitment this spring, likely in April. The Aggies hosted Williams at the Super Bowl event, and they came away in a sterling spot to land the 6-2, 180 pound cover man. "Dang man, I love Texas A&M. They did it big during that Super Bowl event," Williams told me. The Aggies' options in the secondary are plentiful, and as Looch has said, the staff is making sure they're being as thorough as possible with the remaining spots. Williams is among a group of guys like Dwight McGlothern, Xavion Alford, Jalen Kimber, Vito Tisdale, Lorando Johnson, Chris Thompson, and Darius Snow that are on the A&M big board and are strongly considering the Aggies. -- Staying in the secondary, it turns out the Aggies inking Elijah Blades in the 2019 class could pay off on the West Coast in 2020, at least in terms of visits. I've had one source tell me Blades' link to California based DB's Elias Ricks and Clark Phillips has got both looking at potential visits, though at last check, nothing had been scheduled. There's also a link between Blades and elite LB Justin Flowe that could lead to a visit. Flowe is reportedly going to be in Texas over the summer. -- I've been given no reason to believe OL commits Akinola Ogunbiyi and Smart Chibuzo won't visit Texas this weekend. I'll check in with them later this week to see if anything has changed. -- New in state name to know in 2021 is Port Arthur Memorial DE/OLB Jordon Thomas. At 6-3, 240 pounds, Thomas could project at a few different spots within the front seven. Texas offered recently, and I've been told by some southeast Texas sources that Terry Price should be by the school soon to check him out. -- I spoke with PNG OL Jaylen Garth a bit today about new A&M coach Josh Henson, and it sounds like the Ags' new man will have some work to do, at least with Garth. Jaylen says he hasn't spoken with Henson since he got the A&M job (not that big of a deal seeing as how he arrives in College Station tonight) and that he wasn't being recruited all that heavily by Oklahoma State.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
A couple of Tuesday night quick hitters
In between packing to move...-The Aggies top target at WR remains Dylan Wright, but you may see A&M re-engage with Austin Bowie WR Elijah Higgins. While it's likely Higgins lands at Florida, Stanford, or Texas, he does fit the bill in terms of big, physical WR's that can run. I wouldn't read too much into this one yet though. Like I said, Wright remains at the top. -I've been hearing that A&M LB coach Bradley Dale Peveto has been working the 2020 group of LB's pretty hard across the country. California standout Justin Flowe and Georgia OLB Sergio Allen have both been in contact with Peveto recently from what I've been told. Also, 2019 Atlanta (GA) LB Nick Jackson's name keeps popping up. It sounds like he's going to get a good eval early during the year. 2020 backers Antoine Sampah (Virginia) and Mekhail Sherman (DC) are also heavily on the radar.-Still think A&M is on the verge of an addition soon. It's taking just a bit longer than expected, but I continue to hear positive news each time I check in. -Keep an eye on Florida DE Khris Bogle. I think he's more interested in A&M than most people think though I still believe A&M has a much greater chance of closing on Marcus Stripling and David Ugwoegbu.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
A few of my quick hitters from The Opening
I drove straight from my final baseball tournament of the year in Springfield, MO to the Star in Frisco just in time to catch the day's workout. The media was somewhat limited in where we could go and what we could shoot, but they did release the kids to us for about 15-20 minutes at the end of the workout. Because of the close quarters, one on one interviews were difficult in terms of clean audio so I'll take out some quotes and info from the guys I talked to. Here's what I got...-Amite (LA) super stud DT Ishmael Sopsher is still in pretty constant communication with Mike Elko and Elijah Robinson. He told me the family environment and change in culture has the Aggies still amongst his top schools. He also said he will visit again this fall though he is unsure of the game. I asked about Clemson weekend, and he said it was certainly a possibility but nothing was set in stone.-Katy Mayde Creek DE Marcus Stripling is starting to get the press from commits Braedon Mowry and Kenyon Green. In talking to him today, his timeline was as much up in the air as I've heard it. He's now unsure if he wants to take his official visits this fall as originally planned or make a decision before the season. Ags remain in a great spot. -Speaking of Green, he's really stinking good. Y'all knew that already. He's also 100% solid with Jim Turner, Jimbo Fisher, and the Aggies. He said he's looking forward to seeing who is added to the commit class this summer. He's working on quite a few guys, including Stripling and the guy below.-Klein Collins RB Isaiah Spiller told me he's been talking to Jay Graham and now Jimbo Fisher pretty much daily recently. He gave the strong indication that a decision could be made prior to the season starting which is changed from the last time we spoke. He said he couldn't ignore what A&M was doing on the offensive line. -2020 California LB Justin Flowe told me he'll visit A&M this fall. He's started to build a relationship with Terry Price who he called "the biggest, funniest dude I've met." He's full of confidence and is one of the only juniors to be up here. -There's a lot of buzz about what A&M is constructing in 2019 amongst the players, coaches, and media. If A&M is able to close out on their top targets, there's no doubt Jimbo Fisher will have put a lot of folks on notice in the region and around the country. It's a 180 degree feel from this time last year.Jason will have some notes of his own a little later I believe.

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