Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL
CB

Deuce Harmon

Cornerback
5′10″ / 185 lbs
Denton, TX
Guyer
Class of 2021
Rating: 92
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National Avg
Rating: 90.5
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Medium
Notre Dame
Medium
Oregon
Medium
SMU
Medium
TCU
Medium
Texas
Medium
USC
Medium
Baylor
Low
Houston
Low
Illinois State
Low
Kansas
Low
Kansas State
Low
Memphis
Low
Mississippi State
Low
North Texas
Low
Oklahoma State
Low
Texas Tech
Low
Virginia Tech
Low
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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
TexAgs Recruiting Fantasy Draft: 2021 Defensive Players in Texas
Recruiting Q&A: 21 subscriber questions on the class of 2021
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Guyer CB Deuce Harmon discusses Super Bowl party and the intrigue of Aggieland
Highlights: A&M QB commit Eli Stowers and CB recruit Deuce Harmon
Junior Year Highlights
Recruit Highlights: QB Eli Stowers and CB Deuce Harmon
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Sophomore Year Highlights
Freshman Year Highlights
Breaking ankles

Updates

1 day ago by Ryan Brauninger
What I'm hearing on the recruiting trail - Monday
First of all, I want to wish everyone a safe and happy Memorial Day. We are certainly appreciative of the sacrifices made by our military and their families so that we can enjoy the freedoms of this great country. I was able to pick up a few interesting pieces of intel over the course of the weekend on more than a handful of key A&M targets. Here's some of the stuff I'm hearing...- The Aggies continue to fight battles with LSU, Oklahoma, and a couple others for Richmond Foster OL Reuben Fatheree. Based on what I know, I believe A&M is holding firm, but there's been quite the effort put in by Josh Henson and Jimbo Fisher. I was told Reuben speaks with Henson quite often throughout the week, and the Ags' head man has been on the phone with the kid and family at length in the last 3-4 days. While I haven't been told directly, this one feels like we are getting close to the final stretch before the 6-8, 305 pounder makes a decision. I also heard A&M OL commits Trey Zuhn and Matthew Wykoff have been in touch with Fatheree. - Speaking of Zuhn, I was told the long time pledge is now over 300 pounds while still sporting a six pack. One contact told me, "He's starting to look like Jake Matthews did coming out of high school." I'm sure Aggies everywhere would be fine with a career that looked like Jake's. - Jason and I spoke with some sources regarding the latest with Atascocita TE Landen King. A&M has been in touch, and Darrell Dickey and James Coley still seem to have a vested interest here. Auburn remains a key player, but I'll be interested to see if the conversation surrounding the Aggies begins to heat up in the next week or so. - Sticking at Atascocita, I've heard the Ags are in a great spot early for 2022 OL Kameron Dewberry. The highly coveted junior-to-be has spent a lot of time working out with Kenyon Green this spring. - Still watching Denton Guyer CB Deuce Harmon. I talked to a source on Saturday evening who expressed a pretty advanced level of confidence for the Aggies and, like Howell has been reporting, thought this thing was on the verge of coming to a close. If that holds true, you have to like where A&M is sitting come decision time. - The picture at safety is starting to get a little clearer. Mike Elko and Jimbo Fisher have made some really impressive strides with an entire group of prospects who hail from outside the borders of Texas. The most Maroon and White momentum may lay with Canonsburg (PA) standout Donovan McMillon where sources in the northeast have told us that A&M has done an outstanding job during the quarantine. A&M is also making in roads with Beggs (OK) S Kendal Daniels (the in-state Sooners will be tough to beat) and Tallahassee (FL) stud Terrion Arnold. Between those 3 and Kamren Kinchens (Miami, FL) and Jardin Gilbert (Baton Rouge, LA), you have to like the Aggies' chances at hauling in a solid duo in 2021. - A&M's recent surge with CyFair RB LJ Johnson Jr may have caught some by surprise, but if you knew the amount of time and effort Jimbo Fisher and Tommie Robinson had been putting in behind the scenes, it's pretty easy to understand why. The Aggies are going to have to hold off serious pushes from Georgia, LSU, and Texas, but it feels like they could win out before the end of the summer, especially if they were able to win out on some more of the top in-state talent. In other words, if guys like Harmon and Fatheree fall A&M's way, it would likely only further their position with their top target at running back. - I talked with an OL guy in the Metroplex who thought recent 2022 offer Cole Hutson might end up being the most polished big guy in DFW in that fantastically talented class. Based on what I was told, I like where A&M is at on this one early on. - Move ins for the remainder of the 2020 signing class started today. I know McKinnley Jackson and Smart Chibuzo were already getting settled early this morning. - Lastly, Looch mentioned what A&M could possibly do in 2022 in greater Houston in our last episode of the 'In-Home Visit'. I think I'm going to take a look at that at some point this week and put it in writing. When you start to make forecasts in recruiting, there is definitely a scenario where the Aggies could construct a top 5 haul in that class and a large percentage of it could be from Houston and the surrounding areas. Whether that outlook comes to fruition is impossible to predict, but regardless, there is likely to be a huge emphasis put on the Bayou City next cycle.
6 days ago by Billy Liucci
Scattershooting Aggie Football (Part 1): Getting players on campus, recruiting trends
As the NCAA considers allowing players to return to college campuses, Billy Liucci runs down the benefits of that move and takes an in-depth look at the recruiting trends for the Aggies and other programs around the country.
6 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
TexAgs Recruiting analyst Ryan Brauninger joined this morning for another edition of Recruiting Country, highlighting the latest news and notes from the recruiting trail and a surprise visit from former TexAgs Radio social center host Lexie Hudson.
7 days ago by Jason Howell
DFW Notes on a Tuesday
Texas A&M has been very active recently in the DFW-area. Several new offers have gone out and today the Aggies were extremely active with offers going out to receivers in the 2021 and 2023 class.The 2021 DFW guys I think the Aggies have the best shot to land1. CB Deuce Harmon, Denton Guyer - The Aggies have been at the top of his list since February but Texas and Oregon continue to make a push. He is narrowing in on a decision.2. ATH Dametrious Crownover, Grandview - The Aggies have been high on his list and his brother Earnest already committed only helps matters.3. DE Shemar Turner, DeSoto - A trimmed top schools list is expected before the end of May, and the Aggies have positioned themselves well in this one. He is not expected to make a college decision in the near future but I wouldn't be surprised if something happens preseason.4. LB Kendrick Blackshire, Duncanville - I have long thought Blackshire would take his talents to the SEC, and Alabama, LSU, and A&M are schools I would say lead the way right now.Just because I didn't put WR Ketron Jackson (Royse City), CB Ishmael Ibraheem (Dallas Kimball), and OL Savion Byrd (Duncanville) in the list don't assume that means things are done. I just like the way things are trending with the others bit better. If you're looking for a super sleeper, Aledo WR JoJo Earle is one to watch. Flipping him from LSU is going to take a lot of things happening, but before he decided the Aggies were closing the gap and among his top schools. If the Aggies can produce on the field and get him to visit College Station, I would say there's a legitimate shot.A few 2022 DFW guys I like the Aggies' chances with early. They are listed in alphabetical order-DT Keithian Alexander, Dallas Skyline - Elijah Robinson is leading the Aggies efforts and the Aggies were one of the first to offer.-OL Cole Hutson, Frisco - he hit it off with coach Henson and the Aggies are in on this one early. Look for his stock to take off.-RB Emeka Megwa, Fort Worth Nolan Catholic - Big back who has been on A&M's radar for years. -WR Armani Winfield, Lewisville - Dameyune Craig has made a strong connection with Winfield and his family.New offersMcKinney North 2021 WR JJ Henry has received several offers over the last few months, and he's a guy I brought up as a guy to watch in early March. At 5-foot-10, he is a slot known for his speed and quickness. North has a wide open offense and he absolutely lit it up this fall. He recorded 71 receptions for 1,419 yards and 16 TDs on his way to district co-Offensive MVP honors. He is keeping an open mind to the process, but in talking to some sources Florida State and Arkansas are a couple of schools to watch. His relationship is in the early stages with coach Craig, but he was excited to receive the offer. "I will always have a good reaction when it comes to receiving an offer, but this one was good too!" Henry said via Twitter. "Just to know that I have another option close to home."https://www.hudl.com/video/3/6878628/5de41bc03df4a60cf8e555e4DeSoto 2023 WR johntay Cook picked up an offer from the Aggies today as well. The 6-foot, 170-pound standout has received offers from Nebraska, Illinois, Arkansas, Oklahoma State, and Tulsa since the start of 2020. https://twitter.com/johntay04/status/1262841214115684352?s=20"I was extremely excited when I heard the news," Cook said. "The hard work is starting to pay off, but I still have a lot to prove!" "The first thing that comes to mind when hearing Texas A&M is the tradition, how good the program is, and also they have a great coach in Coach Jimbo Fisher."It does not take long talking to people in DeSoto to find out this guy has some real juice. He is a playmaker with the ball in his hands. Dontre Wilson is a good comparison. He is explosive, quick, and he has some top end speed. He also could play defense, but it is really hard to take the ball out of his hands.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/13212276/5dc5e8cad21b9e0ebc56d66eI hear at least one more DFW standout could receive an offer today or in the very near future, so keep an eye out.Other Recent DFW offersATH Caleb Johnson, Greenville (2021) - things are still very early in his recruiting process (https://texags.com/forums/25/topics/3110245)WR Phaizon Wilson, Lancaster (2022) https://texags.com/forums/25/topics/3112135/replies/56555656WR Evan Stewart, Frisco Liberty (2022)https://texags.com/forums/25/topics/3112895OL Cole Hutson, Frisco (2022)https://texags.com/s/36189/2022-frisco-ol-cole-hutson-eager-for-a-chance-to-visit-aggielandPotential offersIf you're looking for who could be the next to receive an offer from the Aggies there are a few intriguing possibilities, and I am hearing a few more could have some offers soon.Frisco Independence S Caleb Ellis is a guy Liucci has mentioned a few times and he appears to be firmly on A&M's radar. On the offensive line we have touched on Highland Park OT Jack Leyrer, but there are a few guys I like on the interior. In talking to some DFW sources Denton Guyer OL Gabe Blair and Garland Lakeview Centennial OL Ezra Oyetade are a couple of guys who could be sleeper candidates on the interior. Blair has been a starting tackle for Guyer since his sophomore year and while he is not a prototypical tackle at 6-3, 300, he is mean, nasty, strong, and smart. Oyetade is another who projects as a center/guard type prospect, and he shares many of the same traits as Blair. Both of these guys are vicious in the trenches.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/9563353/5e30e87c578eaf1288045c7dhttps://www.hudl.com/video/3/11064633/5d7aaa92a676b3181036c3d9In the 2022 class Plano (TX) John Paul II CB/DB Terrance Brooks is a guy to watch. He has received offers from FIU, Texas, and LSU in the last two days, and his father is Texas A&M Hall of Famer and NFL safety Chet Brooks. The Garland duo of WR Jordan Hudson and S Chace Biddle are two more to keep an eye on and we have mentioned them before. At 6-1, 190 Biddle is a physical player with range and speed on the back end, while Hudson is a physical 6-foot, 180 who has strong hands, attacks the ball, and has some speed to go with it. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11336637/5df2e41c6899960b04002d36https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11568704/5de1ddcff55fe20c60d8876dhttps://www.hudl.com/video/3/11568745/5e73cd86dfd9da1a9cb4f498
8 days ago by Jason Howell
A few DB notes
-Denton Guyer CB Deuce Harmon created quite the stir with his Instagram post in Austin yesterday. There is no doubt the Longhorns have been making a push since offering and when a prospect turns up on a visit anywhere it is certainly something to watch. That said, after talking to a few sources I still feel good about the way this one is trending and where the Aggies stand among his top schools right now. -Virginia Beach 5-star CB Tony Grimes is nearing the announcement of his narrowed list on May 31, and Liucci, Brauny, and I have heard there is a good chance the Aggies make the list. On another note I have been hearing Ohio State and Georgia seem to be fading a bit. They could both still make the list, but it sounds like this one is trending away from both at least at the moment. One school I continue to hear making a big push is North Carolina. -We have mentioned a few guys to keep an eye on at the DB position, Mississippi Gulf Coast CC CB Jadarrius Perkins is a guy who has emerged as a prospect to watch since the Aggies extended an offer a couple of weeks ago, and he plans to narrow his list soon. Coach Rushing has done a great job developing a relationship there even before the Aggies extended the offer and I look for the Aggies to remain in the mix. When I spoke to him after he received his offer, he said he currently plans to make his college commitment in July. I have also begun to hear the Aggies are working their way back into the mix for Fort Smith (AR) Northside CB Dreyden Norwood. He announced a top five of Arkansas, Georgia, Missouri, Notre Dame and Oklahoma in late April, but in talking to some sources in Arkansas, Texas A&M and Norwood have remained in communication and the Aggies are making up some ground. There's still work to be done here. I would say Arkansas and Oklahoma are the two I'm watching the closest, but the Aggies do not appear to be done just yet.
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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.

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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.

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Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.
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