Kendal Septs

Offensive Lineman
6′4″ / 325 lbs
Sugar Land, TX
Fort Bend Austin
Class of 2020
Rating: 82

National Avg
Rating: 86.0

School Preferences

Official Visit
Houston Baptist
Texas A&M
Boston College
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Staff Predictions

Name & Date
Jason Howell
on May 3, 2018


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2 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
A few quick Tuesday notes
I mentioned Kuony Deng the other day in my linebacker update. Don't sleep on him as a member of this 2019 class. I think the A&M staff would like to see him play a little bit more, but I've gotten word from a JUCO source that the Ags are really interested here. He's new to football so there's a lot of untapped potential in that body. A&M likes him in that rover role from what I know. I hinted at a new addition soon, and I still think that there will be some movement in the next 7-10 days. I think Texas will be a legitimate threat to land Clear Creek OL Chad Lindberg in 2020. A&M is still in that top group with the Longhorns. Stanford is in play here, as well. If A&M is able to corral him as their 5th guy in 2020, it'd be one of their best hauls in some time. The 2020 class has a lot of really good players along the OL. Speaking of top players, Jason and I re-did our rankings, and we'll have a full update soon, but the depth on the OL in 202 and 2021 is pretty astounding. An argument could be made that the top 4-5 players in 2021 are all OL. Between the two classes, I'd be will to say that there's about 20 legitimate high end, P5 players. Here's just an informal list:2020Chad Lindberg Logan Parr Jordan Jefferson Smart Chibuzo Akinola Ogunbiyi Jaylen Garth Trent Pullen Jake Majors Damieon George Josh Bankhead Courtland Ford Kendal Septs 2021:Hayden Conner Bryce Foster Reuben Fatheree Donovan Jackson Erick Cade Luis Chavarria It still remains to be seen whether Katy Mayde Creek DE Marcus Stripling will take all 5 of his official visits before announcing. I know there's been talk of him beginning work on a commitment video, but I do not believe anything has been started on that end.
2 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Visitor list - June 9th
Here it is. Some really good players on here so far. Be sure to check in throughout the week for additions/subtractions.Texas A&M commitsSt Pius WR Chase Lane Dayton OLB RJ Orebo A&M Consolidated DT Josh Ellison Colleyville Heritage WR Kameron Brown Katy Taylor DE Braedon Mowry Bishop Dunne S Brian Williams Converse Judson DE DeMarvin Leal Waxahachie S Demani Richardson Brock TE Baylor Cupp Harrisburg (PA) LB Andre White 2020'sNavasota OL Jordan Jefferson The Woodlands College Park OL Josh Bankhead Ft Bend Kempner OL Akinola Ogunbiyi Ft Bend Hightower OL Smart Chibuzo Uncommitted targets2019Houston North Forest OL Javonne Shepherd Horn Lake (MS) LB Nakobe Dean Buford (GA) QB Zach Calzada Ft Bend Bush CB Erick Young Houston Madison CB Bobby Wolfe Klein Collins RB Isaiah Spiller (maybe)Amarillo Tascosa RB King Doerue Baton Rouge (LA) LB Christian Harris Pensacola (FL) OL Adrian Medley Pensacola (FL) OL Hunter Rayburn St Pius WR Jalen Curry Newton ATH Tamauzia Brown West Mesquite WR Dylan WrightAtlanta (GA) LB Nick Jackson Dutchtown (GA) LB Kevon Glenn Midlothian Heritage WR Langston Anderson - maybeHallsville OL Blake Trainor Cinco Ranch LB David Gbenda Dickinson TE Jalen Wydermyer (maybe)Katy Mayde Creek DE Marcus Stripling St Louis (MO) QB Nate Martens2020Houston Austin QB Malik Hornsby North Shore RB Zach Evans Ft Bend Austin OL Kendal Septs Ft Bend Austin WR Troy Omeire Mesquite Poteet RB Seth McGowan Duncanville S Chris Thompson Duncanville ATH Ja'Quinden JacksonNewton DE James Sylvester 2021Mesquite Horn LB Kendrick Blackshire - maybeCoppell WR KJ Liggins As of now, there's no Kenyon Green due to a family function. We'll let you know if that changes. Like I said, keep coming back as we update the list.
2 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
2020 Ft. Bend Kempner OL Akinola Ogunbiyi makes pledge to Texas A&M
The Aggies added to their 2020 offensive line haul today with the commitment of Akinola Ogunbiyi out of Fort Bend Kempner. The Kempner product chose the Aggies over LSU, Oklahoma and Texas, among others.
2 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Notes from Fort Bend ISD
I spent the last two days wrapping up my spring tour in Fort Bend ISD. Yesterday, I went by Kempner to see 2020 OL target Akinola Ogunbiyi and then to Bush to check in on Erick Young.I'll start with Young since he's in the current class. He played things very close to the vest. He was measured in what he said on record. LSU is making a big push of late, but it still sounds like they and Oklahoma are running behind the Aggies. Young will make a final three soon before announcing his commitment early this summer. One thing playing in A&M's favor is the Mays Business School. He said the staff did an excellent job showing him the ins and outs of Mays and how they work with student-athletes.At Kempner, I got the full run down on Ogunbiyi. He's a 15 year old sophomore who is related to Hakeem Olajuwon. His first trip to Aggieland a month or so ago was definitely a memorable one, too. He couldn't find a ride to College Station the day of his trip so he improvised and called an Uber. I have never heard of a kid doing that. Needless to say, that impressed the heck out of Jim Turner. A&M is an outstanding spot to land Akinola who said a decision could be coming soon. Today, I stopped by Hightower and Austin to finish my trip. Hightower CB Isaiah Essissima has seen his stock take off this spring. He's an undersized kid, but he's tenacious in man coverage and has really good change of direction abilities. The main reason for the trip though was to see recent 2020 OL offer Smart Chibuzo. Jim Turner is at Hall Stadium tonight to see Chibuzo's spring game. Texas will also be there. Like Ogunbiyi, Chibuzo could be nearing a decision as well. He wants to major in Petroleum Engineering, and the A&M staff made sure he understood what getting that degree at A&M would do for him post graduation. Lastly, 2020 Ft Bend Austin prospects WR Troy Omeire and OL Kendal Septs aren't looking to make any type of decision soon but both will visit College Station this summer. Omeire has a probable trip to Georgia lined up, and Septs told me he would definitely be at LSU as well during the break. Their head coach, Dan Schreiber, is an Aggie and has a son that just graduated from A&M. He accompanied Septs on his visit to College Station earlier this spring.
2 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Ags continue 2020 OL momentum
As we reported yesterday, Ft Bend Hightower OL Smart Chibuzo was on campus today, and he received an offer from the Aggies. 6-5, 310 pounder is coming into the recruiting scene really quickly. The Aggies followed Syracuse and Nebraska in terms of P5 offers with assuredly more on the way. I was told the kid looks an awful lot like 2019 stud Javonne Shepherd.Ft Bend ISD is now home to three 2020 OL offers - Chibuzo at Hightower, Akinola Ogunbiyi at Kempner, and Kendal Septs at Austin. A source in the know told me the Aggies are in fantastic shape to land Chibuzo and Ogunbiyi, and they may do so in rather short order - which would put the 2020 OL group at 4.
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