Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
WR

JoJo Earle

Wide Receiver
5′10″ / 170 lbs
Aledo, TX
Aledo
Class of 2021
Rating: 93
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National Avg
Rating: 94.2
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School Preferences

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LSU
Committed
4/23/2020
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Videos

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Ask Liucci: Recruiting on a roll, impact freshmen and much more
TexAgs Recruiting Fantasy Draft: 2021 Offensive Players in Texas
Sophomore SZN
Junior Highlight Film

Updates

3 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few Thursday afternoon recruiting notes
Today I went out to John Paul II in Plano and it is easy to see coach George Teague has built something special out there. A year after breaking though and making a run to a TAPPS state championship game in 2019, they return a loaded roster. In 2022 Caden Kitler is one to keep an eye on. His tape is one of the most fun OL tapes I have seen in awhile. He plays tackle, but he's most likely headed inside on the college level due to his size. He checks in at 6-3, 275. He is drawing a lot of attention, but no one has extended an offer yet. The height is one thing that has kept colleges from offering but eventually he's going to have some big time offers. I'm not sure where he fits into A&M's plans since it is looking like the Aggies are likely going to take a smaller OL class in 2022, but he does have a high interest in the Aggies.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1273669475011788806?s=20I got my first look at Texas A&M 2022 offer Terrance Brooks today. He did not workout but he definitely looks the part at 6-foot, 180. He is noted for his speed as well as his size. On the recruiting front, his numerous connections to the Texas A&M program have been noted. His dad is Texas A&M HOF-er and All-American S Chet Brooks and he is familiar with what Texas A&M has to offer. Chet Brooks is also his DB coach and trainer. We'll have more from them both later. In 2023 you guys have heard me talk about CB Braxton Myers. He is 6-1, 180 and he is a ballplayer. I have him on my shortlist of 2023s I could see the Aggies offering very soon. His dad Michael Myers played at Alabama and in the NFL and he has already landed several offers. Then there is 2023 Kennedy McDowell. He is 6-4, 200 and he is one twitchy athlete. He also has some athletic genes, his uncle is former NBA-standout Mookie Blaylock.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1273671092247449600?s=20I have a few more notes for you guys. Last weekend I also had the chance to attend Coach Flights' DB showcase and out of everyone I would say the most impressive was Aledo 2022 S Bryan Allen. He was an interception machine during scheme 4-on-3 drills and showed tremendous range and ball skills. The Aggies continue to keep an eye on him but based on what I have seen and heard he is pretty locked into LSU. https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1272262686127120384?s=20While I'm on Aledo, I know I have brought up Aledo WR JoJo Earle a few times, but I do want to point out I think that one is still very much a long shot. Honestly, even if he did re-open things TCU would be my current prediction. If you are looking for some sleepers, I have a pair for you. They are extreme sleepers and only receiving FCS attention right now, but they are two players I could see blowing up this fall. Frisco Reedy S Zion Washington (6-2, 200) and Frisco Reedy CB Camden Hardy (6-1, 185). Washington has only played WR but he is working at DB this spring and summer and over the weekend he was eye opening. Hardy is a CB with great size. Once the tapes get out and coaches have a chance to see them in person I think the offers will comes.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1272229467067383817?s=20
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: The difference a year makes, next year's names & more
Jason Howell gives his weekly thoughts on Texas A&M's recruiting, comparing how the Aggies look today on the recruiting trail vs. one year ago, SEC commits he'd like to see A&M steal and some thoughts on the '22 recruiting class.
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few DFW Notes for the people
*Top 3 in my DFW Confidence Rankings - Since the commitment of Deuce Harmon someone else has to take over the top spot. 1. ATH Dametrious Crownover, Grandview - The Aggies are among his top schools and he has ties to the program.2. DE Shemar Turner, DeSoto - recently named a top five with the Aggies in the mix and I expect Texas A&M to remain involved to the end.3. LB Kendrick Blackshire, Duncanville - I like the chances of him landing in the SEC and at last check the Aggies have some positive momentum. *New offer-Yesterday, Texas A&M offered Garland 2022 WR Jordan Hudson. This is one I had been hearing was on the way and I was glad to see it posted. The 6-foot, 180-pound standout is definitely one of the top WRs in the class and a guy coach Craig has had his eye on. https://twitter.com/d1Jordan3/status/1270437069400268800?s=20https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11568745/5e73cd86dfd9da1a9cb4f498*A couple of thoughts-It sounds like the Aggies are going to be after a few 2022 WRs from the Dallas-area. Lewisville's Armani Winfield was the first to receive an offer, and most recently Phaizon Wilson of Lancaster, Evan Stewart of Frisco Liberty, and now Hudson have been offered. I look for all four to see plenty of attention from the Aggies in the 2022 cycle. -If you are looking for another DFW 2022 receiver to watch, keep an eye on Coppell's Anthony Black. He is a big framed WR at 6-foot-4, 180-pounds, and he is also a standout in basketball. His father, Terry Black, played basketball at Baylor when I was there and he was a dunking machine. Black along with Evan Stewart were the standout performers at the WR clinic I went to this past Saturday. While Stewart's speed and crisp cuts caught attention, Black's smooth, fluid movements, big hands, and his abilities in physical, jump ball situations stood out.-In the 2023 class Plano Prestonwood receiver AJ Jayroe caught my attention at the second session of the WR clinic. He is smooth and quick and he has some great size at 6-foot-4, 175. He has been talked about before, but this was the first time I really got to see him work and I have to say he was impressive.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1269395098908995584?s=20-Sticking with receiver I continue to keep an eye on Aledo's JoJo Earle. Things remain pretty quiet there and I would not expect a whole lot of noise, but I continue to hear rumblings that one is not done just yet.
3 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Ask Liucci: Recruiting on a roll, impact freshmen and much more
Billy Liucci fields another list of subscriber questions, both on video and in writing, surrounding the latest with Texas A&M football, including the Aggies' latest pickups on the recruiting front, predictions for the fall and much more.
4 mo ago by Jason Howell
DFW Notes on a Tuesday
Texas A&M has been very active recently in the DFW-area. Several new offers have gone out and today the Aggies were extremely active with offers going out to receivers in the 2021 and 2023 class.The 2021 DFW guys I think the Aggies have the best shot to land1. CB Deuce Harmon, Denton Guyer - The Aggies have been at the top of his list since February but Texas and Oregon continue to make a push. He is narrowing in on a decision.2. ATH Dametrious Crownover, Grandview - The Aggies have been high on his list and his brother Earnest already committed only helps matters.3. DE Shemar Turner, DeSoto - A trimmed top schools list is expected before the end of May, and the Aggies have positioned themselves well in this one. He is not expected to make a college decision in the near future but I wouldn't be surprised if something happens preseason.4. LB Kendrick Blackshire, Duncanville - I have long thought Blackshire would take his talents to the SEC, and Alabama, LSU, and A&M are schools I would say lead the way right now.Just because I didn't put WR Ketron Jackson (Royse City), CB Ishmael Ibraheem (Dallas Kimball), and OL Savion Byrd (Duncanville) in the list don't assume that means things are done. I just like the way things are trending with the others bit better. If you're looking for a super sleeper, Aledo WR JoJo Earle is one to watch. Flipping him from LSU is going to take a lot of things happening, but before he decided the Aggies were closing the gap and among his top schools. If the Aggies can produce on the field and get him to visit College Station, I would say there's a legitimate shot.A few 2022 DFW guys I like the Aggies' chances with early. They are listed in alphabetical order-DT Keithian Alexander, Dallas Skyline - Elijah Robinson is leading the Aggies efforts and the Aggies were one of the first to offer.-OL Cole Hutson, Frisco - he hit it off with coach Henson and the Aggies are in on this one early. Look for his stock to take off.-RB Emeka Megwa, Fort Worth Nolan Catholic - Big back who has been on A&M's radar for years. -WR Armani Winfield, Lewisville - Dameyune Craig has made a strong connection with Winfield and his family.New offersMcKinney North 2021 WR JJ Henry has received several offers over the last few months, and he's a guy I brought up as a guy to watch in early March. At 5-foot-10, he is a slot known for his speed and quickness. North has a wide open offense and he absolutely lit it up this fall. He recorded 71 receptions for 1,419 yards and 16 TDs on his way to district co-Offensive MVP honors. He is keeping an open mind to the process, but in talking to some sources Florida State and Arkansas are a couple of schools to watch. His relationship is in the early stages with coach Craig, but he was excited to receive the offer. "I will always have a good reaction when it comes to receiving an offer, but this one was good too!" Henry said via Twitter. "Just to know that I have another option close to home."https://www.hudl.com/video/3/6878628/5de41bc03df4a60cf8e555e4DeSoto 2023 WR johntay Cook picked up an offer from the Aggies today as well. The 6-foot, 170-pound standout has received offers from Nebraska, Illinois, Arkansas, Oklahoma State, and Tulsa since the start of 2020. https://twitter.com/johntay04/status/1262841214115684352?s=20"I was extremely excited when I heard the news," Cook said. "The hard work is starting to pay off, but I still have a lot to prove!" "The first thing that comes to mind when hearing Texas A&M is the tradition, how good the program is, and also they have a great coach in Coach Jimbo Fisher."It does not take long talking to people in DeSoto to find out this guy has some real juice. He is a playmaker with the ball in his hands. Dontre Wilson is a good comparison. He is explosive, quick, and he has some top end speed. He also could play defense, but it is really hard to take the ball out of his hands.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/13212276/5dc5e8cad21b9e0ebc56d66eI hear at least one more DFW standout could receive an offer today or in the very near future, so keep an eye out.Other Recent DFW offersATH Caleb Johnson, Greenville (2021) - things are still very early in his recruiting process (https://texags.com/forums/25/topics/3110245)WR Phaizon Wilson, Lancaster (2022) https://texags.com/forums/25/topics/3112135/replies/56555656WR Evan Stewart, Frisco Liberty (2022)https://texags.com/forums/25/topics/3112895OL Cole Hutson, Frisco (2022)https://texags.com/s/36189/2022-frisco-ol-cole-hutson-eager-for-a-chance-to-visit-aggielandPotential offersIf you're looking for who could be the next to receive an offer from the Aggies there are a few intriguing possibilities, and I am hearing a few more could have some offers soon.Frisco Independence S Caleb Ellis is a guy Liucci has mentioned a few times and he appears to be firmly on A&M's radar. On the offensive line we have touched on Highland Park OT Jack Leyrer, but there are a few guys I like on the interior. In talking to some DFW sources Denton Guyer OL Gabe Blair and Garland Lakeview Centennial OL Ezra Oyetade are a couple of guys who could be sleeper candidates on the interior. Blair has been a starting tackle for Guyer since his sophomore year and while he is not a prototypical tackle at 6-3, 300, he is mean, nasty, strong, and smart. Oyetade is another who projects as a center/guard type prospect, and he shares many of the same traits as Blair. Both of these guys are vicious in the trenches.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/9563353/5e30e87c578eaf1288045c7dhttps://www.hudl.com/video/3/11064633/5d7aaa92a676b3181036c3d9In the 2022 class Plano (TX) John Paul II CB/DB Terrance Brooks is a guy to watch. He has received offers from FIU, Texas, and LSU in the last two days, and his father is Texas A&M Hall of Famer and NFL safety Chet Brooks. The Garland duo of WR Jordan Hudson and S Chace Biddle are two more to keep an eye on and we have mentioned them before. At 6-1, 190 Biddle is a physical player with range and speed on the back end, while Hudson is a physical 6-foot, 180 who has strong hands, attacks the ball, and has some speed to go with it. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11336637/5df2e41c6899960b04002d36https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11568704/5de1ddcff55fe20c60d8876dhttps://www.hudl.com/video/3/11568745/5e73cd86dfd9da1a9cb4f498
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