Earl Barquet

Defensive End
6′4″ / 235 lbs
Marrero, LA
John Ehret
Class of 2019
Rating: 83

National Avg
Rating: 86.3

School Preferences

Official Visit
Texas A&M
Louisiana Lafayette
Louisiana Tech
Mississippi State
Ohio State
Southern Miss
Western Kentucky
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Staff Predictions

Name & Date
Jason Howell
on Oct 15, 2018


1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Louisiana visitors and a few more notes
The Aggies hosted four visitors from Louisiana today. Entering the day Marrero John Ehret defensive end Earl Barquet already held an offer and the Aggies were thought to be high on his list. Well, the visit only helped the Aggies efforts on that front. In fact, I was told he came close to pulling the trigger on a commitment and that the Aggies were No. 1 on his list right now. He checked in at 6-2.5, 235 and met with coach Price and coach Peveto. I was told practice left a favorable impression and he prefers a 4-man front as opposed to a 3-man. Barquet did not make it to Texas as planned this trip. He may visit Texas another time, and Georgia, Clemson, and Auburn are also visit possibilities.West St. John OLB/DE Jonathan Porter, LB Niko Davis, and RB Kylan Duhe were also in town. It sounds like Duhe also caught the eye of coaches. He checks in at 5-9, 190 and is a versatile back. He may be a guy to keep an eye on down the line. to the defensive side of the ball. Gilbert (AZ) Higley DE Ty Robinson (6-5, 270) will take an unofficial visit to Texas A&M for the spring game. He studies a lot of Von Miller and JJ Watt video and he is interested in becoming a veterinarian. His mother will join him on the visit.'m hearing Duncanville 2020 S Chris Thompson will make a visit to College Station over the weekend. Texas has shown a lot of early attention, but the Aggies are making a strong effort.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
A few Louisiana recruiting notes
The Aggies will welcome a few guys from Louisiana tomorrow. Marrero John Ehret DE Earl Barquet will be in town, and four prospects from West St. John (WR Trenton Grow (2020), RB Kylan Duhe, LB Niko Davis, and DE Jonathan Porter) will also make the trip. The Aggies are thought to be in very good shape for Barquet who checks in at 6-3.5, 240. Keep an eye on Grow too, he is a prospect a lot of school are starting to closely watch.On Friday Oak Grove 2020 DT Kenean Caldwell plans to visit College Station. He is a big 6-3, 290 DT with offers from Ole Miss, Colorado, ULM, and Nicholls State. He also plans to visit Texas while in the state. A&M offer 2020 OL/DL offer Camron Jackson is also trying to get to College Station soon. He is eyeing April 14 for an unofficial visit.Baton Rouge University Lab 2020 DT Jaquelin Roy says it does not look like he will be able to make it this spring but he does plan to visit this summer. He really wants to make a visit happen. He was offered by the Aggies a few weeks ago.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Quick note on some OOS visitors
A group of Louisiana prospects were planning to visit Texas A&M on April 2 but that visit has been moved to April 4 to allow them to enjoy Easter with their families. The group includes the followingDE Earl Barquet, Marrero John Ehret - Texas A&M offer, Aggies thought to have an edgeLB Niko Davis, Edgard West St. John - 2019 DE Jonathan Porter, Edgard West St. John - 2019 RB Kylan Duhe, Edgard West St. John - 2019WR Trenton Grow, Edgard West St. John - 2020 - already has a Tulane offer
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
2019 John Ehret (La.) DE Earl Barquet planning A&M visit after offer
Defensive end Earl Barquet has been reeling in offers from across the nation, and the Aggies added their hat to the ring on Thursday. Along with a group of 2019 and 2020 prospects, Barquet is planning a trip to Texas A&M this spring.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
A new name to watch
Keep an eye on Marrero (LA) John Ehret 2019 DE Earl Barquet (6-4, 230). He currently holds offers from Georgia, Mississippi State, Oklahoma, and others. I've been told by a source close to him in Louisiana that the Aggies like what they have seen and have been in touch with his coaches. I have also been told this is a guy who wants to leave Louisiana, and if an offer were to come from Texas A&M, the Aggies would be very much in the mix.
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