Kelee Ringo

6′2″ / 205 lbs
Scottsdale, AZ
Class of 2020
Rating: 99

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Rating: 98.2

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10 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Monday recruiting notes
-There's a lot of back and forth about 2020 WR commit Demond Demas. It's understandable. He's visited Texas twice in two weeks and has seen the Longhorns take home the two biggest wins of the Tom Herman era. There was a ton of buzz about a decommitment happening Saturday night. However, Demas never made a move and has been in contact with Dameyune Craig in the last 48 hours. This recruitment is going to have a few twists and turns. Demas' trainer, Rischad Whitfield, is expected back in College Station this week, and he even responded to a Texas writer on Twitter saying Demas would be back in College Station soon. Demas was at A&M last Monday so it's not like he's completely gone away from A&M. It's also noteworthy that this is a kid that has been prioritized by Jimbo Fisher - much like DeMarvin Leal, Kenyon Green, Dylan Wright, Zach Calzada, and so on. Outside of Jaylen Waddle, Jimbo's record of closing on his top guys is pretty stinking strong. Considering that and the reputation of this staff as recruiters, I actually like the Ags' chances of signing Demas in the next class regardless of what happens in terms of visits and fluctuations between now and then. -I posted a note on Saturday night about Leal. He told me again directly that he has no plans to visit anywhere else other than A&M. Texas' biggest in is with Leal's inner circle. They are going to use that, no doubt. I spoke to a Texas source that believes that, as well. Alabama will certainly continue their push also and will use last weekend's result as ammunition. I remain skeptical about Texas in this recruitment though. There was a brief exchange between Leal and Texas DL coach Oscar Giles at the Judson vs Steele game last Friday that was a bit weird. It could be nothing, but it definitely didn't seem as though there was a great bond between kid and coach. Again, I could be off here, but that was just the perception it left. -Speaking of Bama, I'm hearing 2020 DB Dwight McGlothern really liked what he saw this weekend in Tuscaloosa. There's still a ways to go here, but the Tide currently stand as the biggest competition for the Aggies. I'd call it equal running at this point.-North Forest OL Javonne Shepherd will not be visiting for the Kentucky game. Now that he's back in good standing with his HS team, Shepherd and North Forest host Navasota and 2020 commit Jordan Jefferson that night. -Jason and I have both heard 2020 QB Malik Hornsby has been hearing from a lot of other schools which are encouraging him to not make a decision in favor of A&M in the near future.-A source in south Houston is very confident A&M lands Dickinson TE Jalen Wydermyer. He'll visit Ole Miss, Miami, and maybe Georgia still from what I know. A decision should come after he makes a couple (if not all) of those trips. Do not be surprised if he shows up in College Station again to replace one of those other visits. I'll say this: there's still some circumstances in which I could see Wydermyer head elsewhere, but as of today, I'm fairly confident he inks with A&M. Again, he's a guy that has been prioritized by Jimbo Fisher and Tim Brewster. -2020 North Shore RB Zach Evans has remained in contact with A&M in the recent weeks. Even though he's been hit or miss in terms of making the trip, I'd bet he gets to College Station fairly soon. -I got a couple of messages over the weekend about 2019 CB commit Erick Young in regards to a retweet involving Ohio St. Turns out, it was some sort of automated deal that goes out when someone follows the account. The tweet read something like "welcome to the family", and it caused a bit of a stir. Anyway, Young remains committed to Texas A&M and did not visit Ohio St over the weekend. He's also up to almost 210 pounds as of this morning. -Look for A&M to be a player for 2020 Saguaro (AZ) DB Kelee Ringo. He's one of the higher ranking corners in America in the junior class and sits near the top of the Aggie big board. Saguaro is the same high school that produced Christian Kirk, and I'm told CK is still a huge influence there. He'll have the Aggies' back, and I believe, at the very least, Ringo will get to campus a time or two. -Hearing Oklahoma has started to prioritize Seven Lakes DE David Ugwoegbu a little bit more due to what they've seen on tape as a senior. Still like A&M in the long run though.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Sunday recruiting notes
First off, Converse Judson DL DeMarvin Leal did tell the A&M staff he was going to visit Texas this weekend...perhaps as early as Wednesday night. Like I said a few days ago, I also still expect to see Leal visit Alabama and Clemson. I was given no indication that those plans had been put on hold. Texas also continues to push Aggie commit Demani Richardson, but they have yet to break through in terms of a visit. I'm told Texas DB coach Craig Naivar has been working this one very hard to try and create doubt. Dayton OLB RJ Orebo is also being pushed by a couple of Big 12 schools to take an official visit, but he has closed the door on all invitations.The Aggies hunt for in state linebackers will continue rather locally this week as I've been told A&M staffers will be in Franklin to see S/OLB Jared Pedraza. The Aggies will also be out of state to see Arizona DE Ty Robinson and 2020 DB Kelee Ringo who will likely grab an offer, and they'll be in New Orleans to hit a slew of schools as well as check in on University Lab ATH Christian Harris. I was told today that Harris and his family continue to be very responsive to A&M. I'm also hearing the Ags will host a key visitor next weekend, but I want to get confirmation on it before it's reported.

Career Stats

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