Ethan McCollum

6′2″ / 190 lbs
Little Cypress-Mauriceville, TX
Little Cypress-Mauriceville
Class of 2020
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1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Golden Triangle notes/ names to know and upcoming visitors
-I'll start with PNG QB and Texas commit Roschon Johnson. He did say he had spoken with Jimbo Fisher and Darrell Dickey at one point, but it didn't come to much. He's locked in to the Longhorns right now and doesn't have anything planned in terms of visits. You can say what you'd like, but Roschon is a great kid and a winner. Herman got a good one. -2020 PNG OL Jaylen Garth is drawing heavy A&M interest. He's met with Jim Turner a couple of times, and I was told JT even pulled out the tape measure on his last visit to The Reservation to see exactly how Garth's frame measured out. Jaylen plans on visiting A&M soon (possibly for the Spring Game) and holds the Ags in high regard right now. He came in at 6-4, 275 pounds today. I've also heard Texas, OU, UH, and Ole Miss are interested. -Some names from around the Golden Triangle to know:2020 Beaumont West Brook WR Thaddeus Johnson (6-1, 180)2020 Silsbee RB Chris Martin (6-1, 200)2020 LC-M ATH Ethan McCollum (6-0, 200)2020 Beaumont United OL Donte Lawrence (6-3, 290)2020 PA Memorial WR Tavian Gipson (6-3, 180)2021 PNG OL Corey Burt (6-2, 265)2021 Nederland RB Kade Scott (5-10, 180)2021 Beaumont West Brook WR Landen King (6-2, 170)-Don't be surprised to see A&M move on Newton ATH Tamauzia Brown and/or 2020 DE James Sylvester -As a poster stated earlier, Grant Gunnell and Isaiah Spiller are expected in town tomorrow as are commits Chase Lane and Kameron Brown. Also, be on the lookout for a surprise out of state guy or two tomorrow as well. -Speaking of out of state, I was told Louisiana LB Donte Starks will not be able to make it tomorrow, but a rescheduled visit is being worked out.

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