Landon Hullaby
Status:
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HIGH SCHOOL
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Landon Hullaby

Safety
6′0″ / 185 lbs
Mansfield, TX
Timberview
Class of 2022
Rating: 88
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Rating: 89.2
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School Preferences

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Oregon
Committed
2/20/2021
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Nebraska
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Texas Tech
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Landon Hullaby Freshman Highlights
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Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
5 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 recruiting never stops in this great state. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the Lone Star state recruiting front.
Jason Howell
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Prime 21 Camp Thread (Post Camp Thoughts, Recruiting Notes, Primer, and Highlights)
Post Camp Thoughts-The Texas QB talent in 2021 is flat out nasty. Behren Morton Dematrius Davis Garrett Nussmeier all showed very well on the day and caught my attention at different points during the camp.-The LBs really jumped out to me. Derrick Harris Jr is making a strong case to be my favorite all-around LB in Texas for 2021. Love the frame, the length, his quickness, and ability against the run and in coverage. He is a stud. Clayton Smith is more of an OLB/edge guy in my mind but he showed he could do some damage in coverage. 2022 Kobie McKinzie is a name to remember and while Jordan Crook has a compact build he is stout, smart, and quick. -FL WR Mario Williams and Allen WR Bryson Green made some highlight reel plays in one-on-ones. It didn't matter what DBs did those two made plays. Isaiah Brevard had a strong showing in 7-on-7 action. J Michael Sturdivant turned plenty of heads with his play. He's a fluid runner with size. Jaedon Wilson started off slow, but picked things up nicely. His route running kept DBs off balance throughout the day. Armani Winfield was also a standout. He just makes it look effortless. As for Skyline WR and Texas commit Quaydarius Davis, he was really good as well. His hands were a little inconsistent, but he brings the swagger, and physical play and speed to the table that is undeniable. He also tries to get a little too cute when he feels like things are too easy and I think that's part of what happened yesterday.-When it came to DBs the names Hunter Washington Jimmy Wyrick and Kavian Gaither kept popping up. All three were in lock down mode throughout the day. I also liked what I saw from Ishmael Ibraheem. At S JD Coffey has added some nice weight and plays with great instincts, and Kaine Williams is an enforcer on the back end. A new name to keep an eye on is Cy Ranch S Romario Noel. His size and physical play were two things that jumped out to me. ***********Recruiting NotesNew Caney LB Derrick Harris Jr - 2021-Texas A&M, Texas, Miami, and Baylor are schools that stand out right now. -the family feeling at A&M stood out.-Coach Peveto will coach you and tell you what you need to hear, not what you want to hear.-He will be at the A&M BBQ on Friday.Galena Park North Shore QB Dematrius Davis - 2021-Florida State, Texas A&M, Nebraska, Baylor standout right now.-The great offense and Jimbo Fisher being there long term make A&M stand out.-He will visit LSU (July 25), Baylor and Texas A&M (July 26), Baylor (July 27), Georgia, Virginia Tech, Alabama, and Clemson.-He plans to wait until around October to make a decision so he can talk to coaches early in the fall and find out more about their interest.Marrero (LA) John Ehret S Kaine Williams - 2021-LSU, Texas A&M, Alabama, and Florida were a few schools he said have his attention right now.-the facilities, the school, and the coaches stand out about the Aggies-He visited College Station in the spring, it was his first trip, and he said it felt like he was still in Louisiana-No trips plannedSeffner (FL) Armwood WR Agiye Hall - 2021-named his top 12 and they're the teams who pass the ball, put people in the NFL, and have coaches he feels he can trust.-Clemson, Georgia, and Florida were a few schools that stood out from his spring trips.-When it comes to Texas A&M, Jimbo Fisher is his guy and he is building that relationship. -Coach Fisher is cool and he knows what he is talking about.-OU, Texas, LSU, and USC visits are on his schedule, and he plans to visit Texas A&M and LSU during his bye week this fall.Cibolo Steele DB Kaleb Higgins - 2021-He is moving to Folsom (CA) before the fall.-Spent three days at A&M camp this summer and earned an offer-Also holds offers from Baylor and Boston College-No big preseason trips on the schedule right now, planning to visit Texas A&M for the Alabama game with Jaylon JonesLewisville WR Armani Winfield - 2022-Camped at Texas and Texas A&M-How the Aggies greeted him really caught his attention-He likes how close it is to home, that they're in the SEC, and that they throw the ball.-He will visit A&M for the BBQ July 26, he will visit OU for their BBQ.Southaven (MS) WR Isaiah Brevard - 2021 -Excited to compete and learn from Deion Sanders-Worked on his speed and route running this summer -Went to camps at Texas A&M, Ole Miss-Loved Jimbo Fisher and the coaching staff, especially the WR coach, gonna be back up there soonTexarkana Texas High LB Clayton Smith - 2021-Ready to learn from Deion, influences how he played, wants to see how he measured up against competition -Really loved the Texas A&M camp and LSU camp, plans to go back to the LSU camp.-School showing most interest is UT, already been down for a visit and said it was a good place-Likes the coaches at A&M, relationship is still growingFort Worth Nolan Catholic RB Emeka Megwa - 2022-Ready to get better at the camp, focused on his speed the offseason-Went to Alabama and Texas A&M camps-Jay Graham stood out to him at A&MLewisville Hebron RB Isaiah Broadway - 2022 -Excited to brush off the dust at the camp, hasn't been to camps -Schools looking at him are Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M-Hasn't been able to go down to visit but wants to and build the relationships with the coaches-Excited for his upcoming season with his new OCDallas Bishop Dunne LB Jordan Crook - 2022-Only went to two camps, but the A&M camp really stood out, really loved learning about the LB Coach Peveto, hard nosed dude, taught him a lot -Been keeping in touch with Peveto not too much but good amount**********PrimerTexas A&M offersQB Dematrius Davis, Galena Park North Shore - 2021QB Behren Morton, Eastland - 2021WR Ketron Jackson, Lancaster - 2021WR Agiye Hall, Seffner (FL) Armwood - 2021LB Derrick Harris Jr, New Caney - 2021CB Kaleb Higgins, Cibolo Steele - 2021S Kaine Williams, Marrero (LA) John Ehret - 2021RB Emeka Megwa, Nolan Catholic - 2022WR Armani Winfield, Lewisville - 2022CB Denver Harris, Galena Park North Shore - 2022ATH (S/CB/WR) Bryce Anderson, Beaumont West Brook - 2022Other prospects of interestQB Garrett Nussmeier, Flower Mound Marcus - 2021QB Shedeur Sanders, Cedar Hill Trinity Christian - 2021RB Brandon Campbell, Pearland - 2021WR Isaiah Brevard, Southaven (MS) - 2021WR Quaydarius Davis, Dallas Skyline - 2021 (Texas commit)WR JoJo Earle, Aledo - 2021WR Cody Jackson, Richmond Foster - 2021 (Oklahoma commit)WR J Michael Sturdivant, Flower Mound Marcus - 2021WR Jaedon Wilson, DeSoto - 2021WR Theodore Knox, The Woodland - 2021WR Blaine Green, Allen - 2021WR Bryson Green, Allen - 2021LB Clayton Smith, Texarkana Texas High - 2021CB Jimmy Wyrick, Dallas South Oak Cliff - 2021CB Ishmael Ibraheem, Dallas Kimball - 2021CB Chase Lowery, Frisco - 2021S JaKobe Walton, West Mesquite - 2021S JD Coffey, Kennedale - 2021ATH Billy Bowman Jr, Denton Ryan - 2021ATH Sage Ryan, Lafayette (LA) Lafayette Christian - 2021RB Isaiah Broadway, Lewisville Hebron - 2022RB Jamarion Miller , Tyler Lee - 2022WR Caleb Burton, Del Valle - 2022LB Jordan Crook, Dallas Bishop Dunne - 2022LB Kobie McKinzie, Lubbock-Cooper - 2022CB Jacobe Chester, Fort Bend Ridge Point - 2022CB Avyonne Jones, Southlake Carroll - 2022ATH (CB/RB/WR) Landon Hullaby, Dallas Bishop Dunne - 2022ATH (S/QB) Bryan Allen, Aledo - 2022
Jason Howell
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
A few quick notes from a couple of Wednesday stops
I stopped by Lakeview Centennial today planning to see 2021 RB Camar Wheaton. He was not there, he got a root canal today, so I'm guessing my day was better than his. However, I did see a few interesting prospects. One I will be watching is 2022 DE AJ Barton. He checks in at 6-4, 215 and his father, Andre Barton, Sr., played defensive tackle at Ferris State in Michigan so he has some bloodlines. He is also a baseball guy, so he will likely be one of Brauny's favorites. He is still very raw but the length and frame definitely caught my attention. Coaches also talked about his character which is always a good thing in my book, and he has impressed during offseason workouts. https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1131325077356720128Lakeview Centennial's 2021 class also includes a couple of big boys in the trenches. DT Ike Iwunnah (6-2, 250) and OG Rickey Smallwood (6-5, 280) both have a chance to catch the attention of coaches. The next stop was to Bishop Dunne for the Falcon's spring game. I was mainly focused on the underclassmen Jordan Crook (LB) and Landon Hullaby (ATH). Both have received offers from Kansas, Illinois State, Georgia Tech, and USC and today there were coaches in attendance from Texas, Iowa, Tulsa, Oregon, and Wyoming to check out them and other talents.Crook really turned my head over the course of the spring game. He was quick to sift through traffic and he came off the edge with some heat. The most impressive thing was his motor. He was always on the go as you can see below.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1131339472770146304Hullaby, who has played RB/CB/S for Bishop Dunne and is the little brother of Texas commit Jaden Hullaby , made an immediate impression as he came crashing down from his safety spot to plant a WR in open field and cause a fumble. It was text book. I got to see him play a little CB as well. Very good size, especially for a young guy. Both are guys the Aggies are keeping an eye on right now. ***********Also a few top school lists for you guys just in case you missed themNorcross (GA) Greater Atlanta Christian 2020 LB Choe Bryant-Strother https://twitter.com/ChoeBryant/status/1131243494331289603New Orleans (LA) Warren Easton 2020 OL Sedrick Van Pran https://twitter.com/LXIII_NOVA/status/1131259061972930561Watson (LA) Live Oak 2020 DT Jalen Lee https://twitter.com/jalenlee__/status/1130515735887978496
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
1 yr 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 we move closer to summer. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the Lone Star state recruiting front.
Jason Howell
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Friday State 7on7 news, notes, and nuggets
A few thoughts- Texas A&M commit and Houston St. Pius X receiver Chase Lane - He had an up and down day like his team did. He started off hot coming out of the gates as a favorite target for quarterback Grant Gunnell, but his play seemed to trail off. When he is on, there's a lot to like. He has a solid build and he is one of the fastest guys in the tournament. It was a tough day for St. Pius though with QB Grant Gunnell fighting though some arm soreness after spending a few days at the Five-Star Challenge in Atlanta. On the day St. Pius finished 0-3. -starpower down - The star power was down a good bit this weekend. There were 10 players whose team qualified for the State 7-on-7 Championships who were invited to the Opening and all but NaNa Osafo-Mensah did not make it to College Station. This is not a slam on those guys because competing in both events would be quite the feat, but it was sad to see so many top players not make it to the event.-young QBs making noise - A couple of young QBs stepped into the spotlight on Friday. Denton Guyer 2021 QB Eli Stowers and Katy 2021 QB Bronson McClelland both led their teams to 3-0 finishes on the day. They are both already known in recruiting circles, but it was good to see both step up and make key throws in key moments and lead their teams.John Paul Richardson Go ahead and put this guy down on your list. He is an Aggie legacy and the son of Bucky Richardson, and as they say, he is quick as a hiccup. (sorry, I couldn't resist) In fact, David Sandhop said he was the most impressive player he saw all day long. People just couldn't cover him and he made play after play.Recruiting Notes-Chase Lane has been committed to the Aggies longer than anyone and he is locked in on his commitment. He has already gotten to work with new QB commit Zach Calzada and he is working hard to help the Aggies put together a top class.-Hebron 2020 S Darius Snow continues to take in his options and he plans to take visits to quite a few schools after the dead period. Stanford is a school to watch. He has gotten to know Jimbo Fisher and the Texas A&M coaching staff well. He mentioned coach Fisher, coach Elko, and coach Price as coaches he has bonded with and he said he had a lot of fun the last time he was down. He plans to make it back to College Station for a game this fall.-Mesquite Poteet 2020 RB Seth McGowan received an offer from the Aggies this spring and he was in attendance at the Aggie's Elite Day this June. He is a high academic guy and he is on track to graduate early and towards the very top of his high school class. He keeps in touch with coach Linguist and coach Graham on a consistent basis, and when he said the Aggies exceeded his expectations when he visited in June. He mentioned Stanford, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, and Alabama were a few schools that stand out.-Southlake Carroll 2020 CB RJ Mickens mentioned Oklahoma, Ohio State, Texas A&M, Oregon, USC, and UCLA were schools he has been talking to a lot. -Fort Bend Ridge Point 2021 WR John Paul Richardson said SMU is showing the most interest, and LSU has also inquired. He did camp at Texas A&M this summer and he has had contact with the coaches. -Mesquite Horn 2021 LB Kendrick Blackshire mentioned Texas A&M, Oklahoma, and Alabama among his standout programs. He is trying to get back to A&M for a visit before the end of the summer and he plans to take a visit to College Station for a game this fall.-Coppell 2019 S Jonathan McGill has been keeping in touch with Coach Linguist and the Aggies are keeping an eye on him. Right now though Stanford, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma State are his three standout programs. I'd say Stanford is the school to watch here.-Dallas Bishop Dunne 2019 WR Jabari Khepera is talking quite a bit with Kansas State, ULL, and Utah, and those three are his leaders at this point. He hopes to make a decision before the start of the season. He has visit to Utah in the works in a few weeks.-Plano Prestonwood 2019 CB Virdel Edwards is taking his visits. Colorado, Texas Tech, ULM, and Iowa State are showing the most interest. He has also visited Oklahoma State. He does have a leader but he's not ready to say. He plans to announce around the beginning of his senior season.-Dallas Bishop Dunne 2020 WR Zeriah Beason is keeping an open mind right now. He plans to visit Oklahoma State at the end of July. -Dallas Bishop Dunne 2020 TE Elijah Yelverton is one of the top tight ends in the 2020 class. He had a big spring with offers arriving from across the country. He is keeping an open mind right now. Oklahoma State and Michigan are programs that are showing a lot of interest.-Dallas Bishop Dunne 2020 ATH Jaden Hullaby and his brother 2022 RB Landon Hullaby both picked up offers Baylor recently. Michigan State is also recruiting him hard. He is trying to take a visit to Tennessee before the end of the summer.
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