Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL
CB

Ishmael Ibraheem

Cornerback
6′1″ / 165 lbs
Dallas, TX
Kimball
Class of 2021
Rating: 92
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National Avg
Rating: 92.2
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Medium
Alabama
Medium
Arkansas
Medium
Baylor
Medium
Georgia
Medium
Georgia Tech
Medium
Grambling
Medium
Houston
Medium
Illinois State
Medium
Kansas
Medium
LSU
Medium
Missouri
Medium
Nebraska
Medium
Oklahoma State
Medium
Ole Miss
Medium
South Carolina
Medium
TCU
Medium
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Staff Predictions

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Confidence
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Name & Date
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Videos

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2021 CB Ishmael Ibraheem discusses Texas A&M, Mo Linguist's departure
Sophomore Highlights
Junior Highlights

Updates

1 day ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Eli Stowers' recovery, recruiting confidence list and more
Jason Howell shares his weekly Three Things, this time detailing several players both in-state and out of state the Aggies could land as well as the latest with A&M QB commit Eli Stowers' return from injury.
13 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Defensive recruiting notes - Sunday afternoon
As I prodded around for Kaine Williams intel (check the other stickied thread for the latest there), I was able to stumble upon a few more pieces of intel regarding A&M's pursuit of defensive back prospects. - Doesn't sound like anything has changed in terms of A&M's priority pursuit of Deuce Harmon. Jason has been and will continue to be all over that one, but it's always good when our sources are saying the same thing. - I wouldn't write off Katy CB Hunter Washington just yet. It sounds like A&M remains in contact. My gut says Oklahoma may hold the advantage though based on what I've been told. - We mentioned Lackawanna CC CB De'Jahn Warren last week, and I had a source tell me again today that he remains A&M's top junior college target. Texas A&M made his top 11 last week. - By piecing together what I'm hearing from multiple folks, I still think A&M may try to ink 6 total in the defensive backfield. - Some out of state names at safety that continue to pop up in my conversations are Beggs (OK) standout Kendal Daniels, Tallahassee (FL) stars Ahmari Harvey and Terrion Arnold, multi-sport athlete Donovan McMillon from Canonsburg (PA), Miami (FL) Northwestern's Kamren Kinchens, I've also heard the Aggies continue to communicate with Tysheem Johnson out of Philadelphia (PA). - A&M offered Folsom (CA) CB Kaleb Higgins last summer after a stellar week of performances at the Aggies' camps in College Station. Originally from Austin and the younger brother of Stanford WR Eli Higgins, I feel like he's not been talked about enough when considering where the Aggies may go at corner in this class. A source out west told me today that Higgins and A&M still have a strong bond, and Kaleb could absolutely end up back in the Lone Star State to play his college ball. - Right now, I'd say the A&M board at corner includes these names (alphabetical):Tony Grimes Deuce Harmon Kaleb Higgins Ishmael Ibraheem Hunter Washington De'Jahn Warren ...and keep an eye on McKinnley Jackson's former teammate MJ Daniels. He's 6-3, 185 and many folks list him as an athlete, but I do know a lot of schools are kicking around the idea of him playing corner. The Aggies offered in February. He's currently committed to Ole Miss as a receiver.
28 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Some Saturday quick hitters
Spent my morning and early afternoon at the 7 on 7 event in The Woodlands and was able to catch up with quite a few top prospects and A&M targets. I'll see if I can rifle these off bullet style. - Dematrius Davis told me he still speaks with Darrell Dickey and will very likely take a trip or two to College Station this spring. - Both Landen King and Ben Postma have begun to get to know TE coach James Coley. King is hearing a lot from Oklahoma St, Texas, and Texas Tech. Postma has some Big 12 visits lined up but will also be back in Aggieland in April. - 2022 CB offer Bobby Taylor has been getting a big push from Oklahoma, but he says he'll be at A&M for a practice in April. Taylor told me he's known TJ Rushing since his days at Memphis and is a fan of the way he teaches his corners. - Texas LB commit Derrick Harris Jr did not mention A&M when discussing schools that were still contacting him. - Plant City (FL) WR Mario Williams told me he's trying to line up a visit to Texas A&M. He said the only coach he talks to on staff is Jimbo Fisher. Nothing had been set up to this point in regards to that visit though. - 2022 CB offer Denver Harris says he hasn't set up any spring visits, but it's likely he'll make a trip or two to College Station. - I was told WR commit Shadrach Banks is very close to returning to 100%. Good news there. - Priority CB target Deuce Harmon confirmed with me that he will be on campus tomorrow for a day visit. He said he may take an official visit to Texas A&M soon, but he wasn't totally sure on that yet.- Dallas Kimball CB Ishmael Ibraheem will also be in town soon to watch practice. Oklahoma is a primary competitor, but the folks I talked to made it seem like A&M was right there. - Forrest City (AR) LB Marco Avant has been drawing interest from a few SEC programs with the Aggies being one of them. The 6-3, 215 pounder definitely has the frame of a backer in this conference. - Sounds like recent Baylor S commit Cisco Caston out of Weatherford will be making a quick trip up to College Station tonight to take a tour and visit with the staff.
29 days ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Recruiting wish list, 2021 leaders and more
Jason Howell wraps up another seven days of recruiting with his weekly Three Things, this week discussing his personal want list, what he likes specifically about the 2021 class so far, guys who could commit in the coming months and more.
1 mo 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.
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