Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL
DE

Jason Harris

Defensive End
6′8″ / 220 lbs
Gilbert, AZ
Higley
Class of 2020
Rating: 96
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Rating: 93.2
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Texas A&M
Medium
Alabama
Medium
Arizona
Medium
Arizona State
Medium
Illinois
Medium
Kentucky
Medium
Memphis
Medium
Oklahoma
Medium
Oregon
Medium
Oregon State
Medium
Syracuse
Medium
UCLA
Medium
USC
Medium
Utah
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5 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
A few recruiting notes from the weekend visitors
- I spoke to a source about the visit of Clear Creek OL Chad Lindberg today. The Aggies came in with some ground to make up on a couple of schools, and I believe they put their best foot forward. Lindberg met with Josh Henson, Lee Grimes, Darrell Dickey, and Jimbo Fisher throughout the day. He made the trip with his mom. From what I understand, Lindberg wants to do as much homework on every aspect of his college experience as he possibly can. He wants to know who he's going to playing alongside. He's being very detailed as he should with such a decision. He's an extremely cerebral kid with huge academic capabilities. I'm hoping to talk directly with Chad tonight. - I was able to catch up with the two 2022 OL that made their way to campus in Kameron Dewberry and Kelvin Banks. Here's what they had to say about their day in College Station.Dewberry: "My favorite part was the photo shoot with the uniforms. I felt the swagger of an Aggie football player. I was able to talk with Coach Fisher. My conversation with Jimbo was about how much he likes me and my talents. We also talked about National Championship and what it takes to get one." "What stood out to me was how the whole OL was moving as a unit, and they all had trust in each other to do their jobs."Banks: "My favorite part of the day was getting to experience what the college o-line meetings were like. I didn't talk the coaches much about my game in particular, but I did learn that it's not just over once you get your scholarship and commit. It takes hard work and academics."- I believe you'll see some more movement in the 2020 class in the next couple of weeks, and I'm talking about positive movements. I've been saying that once spring ball starts to wrap up and the focus shifts to recruiting again, I think A&M will start gaining some momentum. - A source I spoke with today told me Arizona based DE Jason Harris hasn't completely shut out the idea of playing basketball in college. He was in town today. - A&M Consolidated WR Devin Price watched practice again today then took pictures after. Aggies have the late momentum here, but I wouldn't say it's just a foregone conclusion that Devin ends up playing his college ball down the road from his house just yet. He's certainly still growing physically, as well.https://twitter.com/devin_price3/status/1114676832840880132?s=21- 2021 Katy Tompkins DE Tunmise Adeleye didn't make it in today, but I did speak with him tonight, and he told me he'd be in town for the Spring Game next week.
5 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Quick recap of the weekend visitors
Just realized we never consolidated a thread and wanted to give an update on the week and weekend's expected visitors. Here's what we got so far...WednesdayMarietta (GA) TE Arik Gilbert Thursday An entire group from Northeast HS in Pennsylvania highlighted by 2021 standout Elijah Jeudy FridayMemphis (TN) OL Chris Morris along with a whole group from MemphisSaturday Clear Creek OL Chad Lindberg Katy Seven Lakes LB Nate Hawkins Higley (AZ) DE Jason Harris Frisco Reedy OL Nathan Anderson Ft Bend Hightower OL Smart Chibuzo - maybeKaty Tompkins RB RJ Smith Terrell LB Jaqwondis Burns 2021 Katy Tompkins DE Tunmise Adeleye 2021 Austin LBJ CB Latrell McCutchin 2021 Denton Ryan WR Billy Bowman Jr 2022 Atascocita OL Kameron Dewberry 2022 Terrell DT Keithian Alexander
5 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Highly touted 2021 defender to make weekend visit
A Houston area source tells me Katy Tompkins DE Tunmise Adeleye is making plans to be in College Station tomorrow to see the Aggies practice. He's considered the state's top underclass defensive lineman. Also, don't forget Jason Harris out of Arizona should in, as well.
5 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Tuesday lunch recruiting intel
- Something of note regarding midweek, highly regarded TE visitor Arik Gilbert from Georgia. He's pretty close with Tony Ballard, a well reknown QB coach in the Peach State who just so happened to train Zach Calzada. Ballard also has a couple ties in College Station. It may be nothing, it may be something. Either way, I think it's noteworthy. - I spoke with 2019 commits Josh Ellison and Braedon Mowry directly today. Ellison said his grades have gotten much better, and he's on track to fulfill his grayshirt plans. He also said he's gotten his weight back up to 280 pounds. He played around 265-270 as a senior. The A&M staff would like for him to be around 290 when he arrives next January. I also got encouraging news from Mowry. Braedon said, "Everything is great," in terms of his progress. He's trying to make it up to College Station this weekend, but if he can't, he said he'll for sure be in town on April 13th. - Weekend visitors include 2021 Denton Ryan ATH Billy Bowman Jr as well as big time defensive end Jason Harris out of Arizona. Both should be in town on Saturday.
5 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Weekend visitor list
Wanted to get some of these names out for y'all, and we definitely will be making additions once we get a couple more confirmations. Here's what we have so far. Keep checking back for updates Columbia (MO) DE/OLB Jalen Logan-Redding Bellflower (CA) LB Kourt Williams II 2021 Katy Taylor OL Hayden Conner 2021 Kennedale S JD Coffey 2021 Marrero (LA) S Kaine Williams2021 Littleton (CO) QB Jake Rubley2022 Southlake QB Quinn Ewers
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