Princely Umanmielen

Defensive End
6′4″ / 240 lbs
Manor, TX
Class of 2020
Rating: 90

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Rating: 90.5

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Oklahoma State
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7 hrs ago by Billy Liucci
Scattershooting Recruiting: Surveying A&M targets as 2020 focus narrows
After a fairly quiet spring, the recruiting wheels are likely to turn a little faster for the Aggies in the coming months. Billy takes a closer look at where A&M stands with a long list of their key targets on both sides of the ball.
7 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Monday - Three recruiting notes
- Went out to Navasota today to speak to long time commit Jordan Jefferson. He visited last weekend, and it was the first time he had gotten to meet Josh Henson face to face. There's been a lot of speculation over Jefferson's commitment because he made his verbal pledge so long ago to Kevin Sumlin and Jim Turner. Obviously, neither of those guys are still at A&M so the direction and evaluation process on the offensive line may change with new coaches. Jefferson has never really wavered in his commitment. It does sound like he will come to camp in a couple of weeks so the staff can really evaluate him and see him in person. The best news is that JJ has grown a little bit since his last visit to campus. I'll have an interview with him up a little later. - Expect the announcement later tonight from Manor DE Princely Umanmielen to be a top schools list that the Aggies will be on. - Both Jason and I have heard some interesting things on a new in state OL name that visited last weekend. Nate Heidecker is a 6-5, 265 pounder out of The Woodlands College Park. He actually came as a visitor of Josh Bankhead. Now, I'm not saying an offer is immediate or anything, but he did pique enough folks interest that a camp workout should be in order. From talking to some people at CP, A&M has joined some other Power 5 schools in wanting to take a closer look.
9 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
2020 Manor DE Princely Umanmielen keeping a close eye on Texas A&M
One of the Aggies’ top in state defensive targets in this 2020 class is Manor’s Princely Umanmielen. He’s visited College Station multiple times and has another trip coming soon. He shares the latest with Ryan Brauninger.
10 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting notes from the road
I'm wrapping up my cenTex tour today. I hit Rockdale and Cibolo Steele yesterday, and I've been at Hutto and Manor this morning already. I'll wrap up the day at Bastrop Cedar Creek. Next week, I've got Ft Bend ISD, Shadow Creek, and a few more on the docket back in Houston. Anyway, here's a couple of quick notes I've picked up in the last day or so.- 2021 Rockdale ATH Camron Valdez jumped onto the scene when he picked up a Michigan offer recently. He told me he grew up a Florida State fan because of Cam Akers. A&M should be by to see him soon.- 2021 Hutto DE/OLB Landyn Watson will visit A&M tomorrow. He had a lengthy conversation with Terry Price yesterday that went well. TP told him he was flying back in to town from recruiting out west and wanted to make sure he was back in College Station for Landyn's visit to sit down with him and his parents. Watson is still growing and is now over 6-3. He's been very high on A&M for a long while now, but the Aggies are probably going to need to make an offer sooner rather than later. He's going to visit Alabama and Clemson this summer for sure. Outside of that, he was unsure of what his schedule would look like. He won't be attending any camps though because he's recovering from a meniscus injury and wants to be 100% healthy come fall camp. I'll have more from Landyn after his visit. - Manor DL Princely Umanmielen was really impressive today. He's starting to fill out nicely. The coaching staff at Manor told me the stuff he's been doing in the weight room was eye popping, and he's made considerable jumps in strength. Texas DL coach Oscar Giles was out there watching. Princely was wearing a Longhorn glove on his left hand and an A&M glove on his right hand. It's pretty fair to say that it'll be a battle amongst those two and Oklahoma when this thing comes down to the wire. I'll have a full interview up with Princely, but he will be in town for that early June camp. A&M has really caught his attention with their coaching style and defensive scheme. - A&M CB commit Jaylon Jones is all-in. He's told his coaches at Steele, coaches from other schools, and other recruiting reporters that he appreciates the time and efforts of everyone recruiting/covering him and respects their work, but he's settled on becoming an Aggie. He will enroll early, too. He also plans to be in College Station as much as he can to help recruit this summer. Interview with him and his position coach coming soon.
26 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
A couple of midweek recruiting notes
- As I said yesterday, A&M defensive coordinator Mike Elko was making the rounds through the Texas Hill Country today to see a handful of targets - namely Alfred Collins and Princely Umanmielen on the defensive front and CB commit Jaylon Jones. A source out west told me that for both Collins and Umanmielen, the style of defense they want to play in will have an impact. Princely has been open in talking about A&M playing him at multiple spots on the line, and he likes having that option. Collins likely fits best in a four down front. His frame is so massive, and he's so athletic that I wouldn't put him down as solely a weak side prospect. He's got a chance to be elite on either side in my mind. - Elko also stopped in at Hutto to see 2021 Hippo DE/OLB Landyn Watson. To me, Watson is a stronger, more advanced version of Landis Durham, and I think seeing the success Durham had at A&M has really intrigued the Aggie staff. Watson has also grown taller in the past 6-8 months which should help stay in the DE role. Landyn told me today that he doesn't have anything set up in terms of visits to A&M just yet. That could change quickly, though. - A lot of folks have asked about Ft Bend Marshall QB Malik Hornsby recently, especially after his tweet about an announcement tonight. Like I said, I don't expect that to be a commitment from what I've been told by a pair of Houston sources. In terms of A&M, the Aggies remain a player. Offensive coordinator Darrell Dickey was at the school yesterday to see Malik and Devon Achane. Texas offered Achane today. He may get that much deserved bump in the recruiting rankings, now (Just kidding...sort of). My source in Missouri City said Achane will get serious about taking visits once his track season is finished. - The Blinn spring game is on Friday. We expect to see some A&M staff members there to check in on CB target Marco Domio.
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