Malik Hornsby

6′3″ / 180 lbs
Houston, TX
Fort Bend Marshall
Class of 2020
Rating: 91

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Rating: 90.8

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Name & Date
David Sandhop
on Sep 11, 2018


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Soph. Season Dual Threat QB 6'3 185lb


4 days ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
Around the state of Texas, decisions are being made, visits are being taken, and offers are being extended as the regular season has now kicked off. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the Lone Star state recruiting front.
14 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Sunday morning recruiting notes
I hit games in Houston and San Antonio this weekend and also was able to catch up with some sources while on the road so I wanted to post an update on a few of A&M's top targets. - I'll start with 2021 Katy Taylor OL Bryce Foster. It was a rough opener for Foster and company on Thursday. They were simply outmanned by a fantastic Atascocita team. Bryce looked like his typical self though - strong, athletic, flexible, nasty at the point of attack. I saw nothing that doesn't make me believe he's a top 5 player in Texas in that class. On the recruiting front, Bryce is in Norman this weekend. He'll meet with football and track. I've also been told he'll speak with A&M track very soon and definitely meet with the Aggie track staff on his next trip to College Station. A few industry sources told me they'd heard Foster got close to making a decision in early August but chose to wait a bit and see some more places. Foster is big fan of Jimbo Fisher, Josh Henson, and Lee Grimes, and it sounds like A&M still has as good a chance as anyone to ultimately land him. - 2022 OL offer Kameron Dewberry told me he was looking forward to getting back to A&M soon. He said he'd definitely be in town for Alabama and was eager to be able to start communicating with Henson again at the conclusion of the dead period (today). Dewberry is an absolute stud, by the way. It's hard not to make Kenyon Green comparisons, but I also think he's got similar traits as Donovan Jackson, as well. Either way, those are the elite of the elite when talking about OL prospects, and Dewberry is right up there with them - I suspect you'll see Bastrop Cedar Creek DL Alfred Collins go off the board soon. He visited Austin last night. A&M hasn't really been in the picture here for a while though. - A&M commit Jaylon Jones was a monster last night in Cibolo Steele's opening week victory over an impressive San Antonio O'Connor bunch. Jaylon played both sides and returned kicks on special teams. Here's what I had (roughly) in terms of a line at the end of the night for Jaylon:125+ yards receiving including an 81 yard TD catch6 tackles1 TFL1 forced fumble1 PBUHe was only targeted twice all night. After the game, he was typical Jaylon - humble, well spoken, and eager to talk about his future at A&M. I should have an interview up later today. Kid is a total stud though on and off the field. His parents have done a fantastic job. - Atascocita OL Jermarques Bailey might be the most improved player in greater Houston. From where he was when I saw him over a year ago to where he is today is like looking at a totally different dude. If he gets with the right OL coach at the next level, his potential is through the roof. - I spoke to three separate sources who all have close tie ins with Ft Bend Marshall RB Devon Achane. The scoring machine got off to a nice start to his senior campaign with two 70+ yard scores in the Buffs opening week win last Thursday. From what I've been able to gather, A&M and, believe it or not, UH actually sound like the two that are out front right now with LSU working to get back into it. Achane has a close relationship with Houston/Ft Bend county legend Joseph Addai. While Addai was a standout at LSU, he was recruited and played for the offense coordinated by...Jimbo Fisher. I was told Addai is a big fan of Jimbo's, as well. I still maintain that I'd pick Texas A&M as things stand, but it's not done and dusted. Achane is still working out the right date for his official to College Station, and the plan is for him to meet extensively again with A&M track while on campus.
27 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
A pair of Monday afternoon recruiting notes
- I spoke to a source very near to Ft Bend Marshall RB Devon Achane late last week and over the weekend. If you'll remember, I talked to Achane at the Houston Touchdown Club preseason award ceremony where he was honored as one of the top players in Houston heading into the 2019 season. Also, OL commit Akinola Ogunbiyi told me he'd been working hard on Achane since the pool party. The southwest Houston presence on the A&M roster should help the Aggies. Achane also mentioned how he goes back a ways with Jalen Preston. Achane said he's got his list down to 4-5 schools. He has already taken an official visit to North Carolina, but he did not mention the Tar Heels amongst his favorites. The schools he rattled off were A&M, LSU, Florida State, Houston, and Alabama. It's also worth noting that he did not mention Auburn given that I had recently heard Gus Malzahn had begun really taking an interest in Ft Bend Marshall QB Malik Hornsby. My source did say LSU had picked up communication in recent weeks, but he was confident in A&M holding the lead as the season gets underway. Achane told me the Aggies will for sure get an OV, but he was still working with Darrell Dickey to figure out the best date for him to come to campus. I was told that no coach had formed a relationship with Achane like Dickey had. He's clearly been working on him the most since the Aggies offered back in December. My source said Achane felt like he hadn't done enough homework over the summer to make a decision before the season. Therefore, he'll more than likely wait until all of his visits are done. "When Devon commits, he is done," my source said. "He's not the kind of kid to do it just to do it." - I checked around with a few folks on Blinn JC DT Josh Ellison. First, I can tell you that the coaching staff over there has been extremely high on Josh since he got to campus. In a report by local KAGS sports reporter Mike Lucas over the weekend, Blinn head coach Ryan Mahon called Ellison "a human wrecking ball who can ruin an entire offensive line on one play." In regards to Ellison's future after Blinn, I was told he's still very much in the Aggies' future plans, and Josh still very much wants to be an Aggie. Whether he returns back to Aggieland after one season or two remains to be seen, but whatever the timetable, I think he'll be in Maroon and White at some point.
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Quick update on top in state offensive target
I spoke to a plugged in source with Ft Bend Marshall ATH Devon Achane today. Achane visited A&M last Friday with his mom for the BBQ/pool party. Darrell Dickey and Jimbo Fisher are heading up this recruitment. From what I know, it does sound like Achane is keeping an eye on the RB recruits that each of his top schools are taking. I'll say it again though - A&M has communicated with him that he'll always have a spot in their class because he's got his own special position due to his unique skill set. The track program at each school will also play a huge role from what I was told. Achane absolutely wants to run track at the next level. The way it sounded to me was like it was a non negotiable type of deal. If you won't let him run track, he's not going to play football there. LSU has begun making their push. They're selling their new facility pretty hard. They've also got a great track history. UH is also pushing hard and has great ties to the Ft Bend Marshall track program. My source made mention of Carl Lewis helping sell UH for Achane. Achane will take an OV to A&M, but he is unsure of when that will happen. The only scheduled OV is to Florida St during the Buffs' bye week. Achane grew up liking the Seminoles, but he's been told by folks at A&M and in south Houston that he grew up liking Jimbo Fisher's Seminoles. There are folks close to Devon that think A&M is the smart move for him, but it sounds like he'll at least explore his options. I was also told to watch Auburn try to make a move. They're back in on teammate Malik Hornsby - telling Malik that he could be their next Nick Marshall - and they've got current track star Anthony Schwarz as one of their leading pass catchers/playmakers. I still feel comfortable giving A&M the edge here, but there's still some hurdles to clear for the Aggies to land the electric Achane.
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Texas A&M Pool Party and BBQ Visitor List
We will be updating this list throughout the week, and things are always subject to change, but here is a look at what we have at this time.CommitsQB Haynes King, LongviewWR Demond Demas, Tomball - doubtfulWR Troy Omeire, Fort Bend AustinWR Muhsin Muhammad III, Charlotte (NC) Myers ParkTE Blake Smith, Southlake CarrollOL Akinola Ogunbiyi, Fort Bend KempnerOL Smart Chibuzo, Fort Bend HightowerOL Josh Bankhead, The Woodlands College ParkOL Jordan Jefferson, NavasotaDT Dallas Walker, Smyrna (TN) DE Fadil Diggs, Camden (NJ) Woodrow WilsonLB Kenneth Phillips, Fort Bend BushCB Jaylon Jones, Cibolo SteeleCB Joshuah Moten, Fort Washington (MD) National Christian AcademyQB Eli Stowers, Denton Guyer (2021)Key TargetsWR Devin Price, A&M ConsolidatedOL Chris Morris, Brentwood (TN) RavenwoodDT McKinnley Jackson, Lucedale (MS) George Co. - maybeDE Donell Harris, Miami (FL) Gulliver PrepDL Princely Umanmielen, Manor LB Matthew Roberts, Galena Park North ShoreCB Josh Eaton, Aldine MacArthurATH EJ Smith, Dallas Jesuit ATH Seth Jones, Houston St. Pius XATH Devon Achane, Fort Bend Marshall ATH Malik Hornsby, Fort Bend Marshall - maybeS Xavion Alford, Shadow CreekS Antonio Johnson, East St Louis (IL)Underclassmen TargetsQB Dematrius Davis, Galena Park North Shore (2021)RB Camar Wheaton, Garland Lakeview Centennial (2021)WR Shadrach Banks, Galena Park North Shore (2021)WR John Paul Richardson, Ft Bend Ridge Point (2021)OL Reuben Fatheree, Richmond Foster (2021) - maybeOL Jaeden Roberts, North Shore (2021)DE Tunmise Adeleye, Katy Tompkins (2021)DE Ja'tavion Sanders, Denton Ryan (2021) - maybe DE Noah Collins, Loganville (GA) (2021)LB Kendrick Blackshire, Duncanville (2021)LB Derrick Harris Jr, New Caney (2021)LB Junior Colson , Brentwood (TN) Ravenwood (2021)LB Terrence Lewis, Miami (FL) Northwestern (2021)CB Hunter Washington, Katy (2021)CB Rance Conner, Miami (FL) Booker T Washington (2021)ATH Dametrious Crownover, Grandview (2021)RB Emeka Megwa, Fort Worth Nolan Catholic (2022) - maybeWR Armani Winfield, Lewisville (2022)LB Kobie McKinzie, Lubbock Cooper (2022)CB Hamilton McMartin, Katy (2022)CB Jaylon Guilbeau, Port Arthur Memorial (2022)S Bryce Anderson, Beaumont West Brook (2022)S Jaidan Scott, Pearland Shadow Creek (2022)DE Jordon Thomas, Port Arthur Memorial (2021)
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