Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL
LB

Noah Sewell

Linebacker
6′2″ / 260 lbs
Orem, UT
Orem
Class of 2020
Rating: 99
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National Avg
Rating: 97.8
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Recruited by
Texas A&M
Medium
Alabama
Medium
Arizona
Medium
Arizona State
Medium
BYU
Medium
Florida State
Medium
LSU
Medium
Nebraska
Medium
Oklahoma
Medium
Oklahoma State
Medium
Oregon
Medium
Oregon State
Medium
Stanford
Medium
Tennessee
Medium
USC
Medium
Utah
Medium
Utah State
Medium
Washington
Medium
Washington State
Medium
Wisconsin
Medium
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Staff Predictions

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Confidence
Prediction
Name & Date
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Videos

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Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
NOAH SEWELL JR SEASON-GETTING IT DONE
Noah Sewell C/O 2020 Varsity Season

Updates

1 day ago by Ryan Brauninger
Monday morning recruiting notes
- I'll start with what I saw on Friday night with Athens OL Garrett Hayes. Simply put, this kid is every bit of the athlete that Kenyon Green is. Now, he's not as polished as Kenyon in terms of technique and proficiency in that technique, but the bend, lateral movement, mobility, quick feet - all the things that made Kenyon the elite prospect he was - Garrett Hayes has. The play that stood out the most to me on the entire night was late in the 4th quarter with Athens inside the Fairfield 10 yard line. They try to throw a slant, but it's picked off and headed the other way for what looks to be a sure fire pick six. Hayes takes off and runs the kid down around midfield. I'd never seen a HS offensive lineman do that. It was Larry Allen-esque. I was told Hayes ran 4.79 and 4.83 consecutively this summer at 295 pounds. There just simply aren't many offensive lineman doing that anywhere in the country. In terms of recruiting, Hayes is going to continue to be the toughest read left out of A&M's remaining targets. Yes, his mother is an Aggie and played basketball at A&M, but she has left the decision completely up to her son. One thing that has helped A&M was the hire of Josh Henson. They had immense respect for Henson while at Oklahoma State, and they weren't the biggest fans of Jim Turner's coaching style. Henson talks with Hayes pretty regularly, but the kid isn't wired like a lot of other high level prospects. He isn't focused on recruiting necessarily at all right now. He's not even all that concerned with taking visits. He's been solely focused on his high school season and his academics. He's taking classes at Trinity Valley CC so that he'll enter college basically with an associates degree. You could say his time is spoken for at the moment. I feel comfortable calling TCU the leader at the moment though. Oklahoma, Texas A&M, and Arkansas are all right there in the running. It's absolutely imperative that the Aggies get him to a game. Ideally, he makes the trip in a few weeks when the Aggies host Alabama. However, as impressive as that game day atmosphere will be (and it would undoubtedly help the Aggies' chances), I think A&M will have to check some more boxes for Hayes outside of that on his next trip. He's only visited campus twice, but he does have family in town and friends who are Aggies so there are at least a couple factors working for A&M here. - I spoke with a pair of sources on Oradell (NJ) S Jordan Morant and his 2021 teammate Tywone Malone. For Morant, I was told A&M "did more than give him something just to think about." The Aggies, and his long-standing relationship with the defensive staff, checked a lot of boxes for Morant and his party. I was told Morant really enjoyed being around the players and seeing their interactions with the fans, coaches, and each other. You also had Demond Demas there working on him so you can imagine the sales pitch he heard from the Aggies' five star wide receiver. Mike Elko and Elijah Robinson have some big time tie ins to that area in New Jersey. "The Jersey connection" as it was explained to me was another highlight of the weekend, and defensive analyst Ish Aristide's name popped up again when talking about how Morant and his mother enjoyed their weekend in College Station. Lastly, I was told Morant loves Elko's scheme. Keep an eye on where else he visits. It'll be interesting as it sounds like the Aggies are going to be in a dogfight with some elite programs. I had one insider tell me that, right now, he'd bet on the field over Michigan to land Morant. That's good news for the Aggies, but it also means they'll have to keep their foot on the pedal. - Jason hit briefly on Tywone Malone yesterday, but I'd add that Aggie baseball did a number on him, as well. Look, we know it's difficult for a kid to do two sports in college, and you typically don't see giant defensive lineman try to make it work on the diamond. However, Malone is still kicking it around, and he was blown away by the presentation by the baseball staff. When you combine that reaction to his visit with Elko and Robinson, you'd have to say the Aggies have set themselves up well in the long run with Tywone. It was a visit that laid the groundwork for return visits. Malone is definitely a priority target in 2021 for the staff, and they made him feel that way this weekend. - The Aggies continue to work on Noah Sewell and Antonio Doyle at linebacker. I had a source tell me last night that if A&M lands Antonio Johnson on the 21st, it'd put them in an outstanding spot for Doyle. Also, here's a name that's begun popping up again for A&M LB recruiting - Phillip Webb from Lanier (GA). The former teammate of Zach Calzada, Webb is one the most highly touted linebackers in the southeast. A&M has kept chipping away at him. Do not be surprised to see his name pop up on an upcoming visitor list - and, if it does, don't be surprised to see him return later in the year for an official visit. Nothing set in stone for either of those yet, but there is a little smoke swirling. - It sounds like A&M is gaining some steam with 2021 Bellaire Epsicopal OL Cullen Montgomery. Folks I talk to in Houston said his inner circle are big fans of what Jimbo Fisher and company are doing. He tweeted last night that he'd be in town for the Auburn game. - As is typical, a few names not on our visitor list snuck into town for the Lamar game. WR commits Troy Omeire and Shadrach Banks were in attendance, and we weren't expecting them. Most of the visitors were 2022's and 2023's. Keep an eye on 2023 El Campo RB Reuben Owens. He could be the first in state offer for the Aggies in that class.
13 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
During Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, TexAgs recruiting analyst Ryan Bruaninger joined to share his thoughts on the latest recruiting storylines, including what to expect as football season officially gets underway.
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
During Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio, TexAgs recruiting analyst Ryan Bruaninger joined to share his thoughts on the latest recruiting storylines after a big recruiting weekend in College Station.
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Progress with key targets highlights strong weekend
A big recruiting weekend in Aggieland was highlighted by the commitment of WR Devin Price, but the Aggies did crucial behind-the-scenes work with a long list of key prospects. Billy Liucci goes in deep on A&M's progress with a long list of 2020 and 2021 targets.
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Recruiting Update: A&M looks to close July strong with final event of summer
Ahead of the Ags' final recruiting event of the summer, Billy Liucci offers his prospects to be on alert for in both the 2020 & 2021 class, as well as his dream scenario for the Maroon & White to close out the '20 class.
All Updates

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Career Stats

Season Rush Yds TD Rec Rec TDs Rec Yds Pass Breakups T TFL Sacks Int
2018
JR
52 694 15 20 3 229 3 103 16 3.5 2
2017
SO
123 848 11 1 1 26 - - - - -
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Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

70-79: Solid prospect (Two-star)

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