BJ Phillips

BJ Phillips

Running Back
5′11″ / 220 lbs
Denton, TX
Class of 2022
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Jason Howell
8 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few Wednesday afternoon recruiting notes
This morning I was able to get out to Denton Guyer to check in on Texas A&M commits Eli Stowers and Deuce Harmon. Both looked great going through drills and the new coaches were singing their praise. Stowers continues his road to recovery and he is making great progress as he makes his way back to 100-percent. Today, he did all the drill work, and he is even doing weighted squats now. He has also added some great weight. He typically moved from football straight into basketball and then to track, so he was always on the go. The rehab workouts have allowed him to add some nice bulk to his lean frame, and he currently checks in right around the 220-pound mark. has also added some weight to his frame. He is now up to 200 pounds and the important thing is he remains as fast, quick, and fluid as ever. He has always been noted for his work ethic and I'm pretty certain he has not missed a training session even while he quarantined this spring. is going to be loaded with talent and in the 2021 class the Wildcats also have LB Jordan Eubanks (Florida State) and DE Cooper Lanz (Baylor) headed to Power 5 programs. A guy I have brought up before is OL Gabe Blair. He has been a starter for Guyer at tackle the last few years but due to his size he projects to the interior. Blair is a gritty, strong, stout, smart, powerful ball player in the trenches and if he was just two inches taller he would have everyone in the country on him. As it is he holds a P5 offer from Virginia Tech as well as Group of 5 offers from Tulsa, Tulane, Arkansas State, ULM, UNLV, and North Texas. We have mentioned him before as a potential OC/OG prospect for Texas A&M.CB Darious Goodloe, OL Knox Boyd, and S Jaden Fugett are also drawing plenty of college attention in Guyer's 2021 class.In the 2022 class BJ Phillips and Jace Wilson are a couple to watch. Wilson just picked up an offer from Kansas. He is the younger brother of Kansas basketball player Jalen Wilson who was a top national basketball recruit out of Guyer in 2019. Jace stands in at 6-5, 195, and he is one lean, fluid athlete. I expect him to end up being a big target for Stowers this fall. Phillips is a stout back who brings plenty of power to the field at 5-11, 220. His uncle is NFL CB Adrian Phillips who starred at Garland before heading to Texas and the pros. Another name to tuck away is WR Jason Carter. The 6-4, 185 receiver transferred in last fall and adds some nice size to the Guyer receiving corp.In the 2023 class I give you Jackson Arnold, Si Stovall, and Jacob Fritz. Arnold is the next in line at QB, and is most remembered for having to step into the State Championship game after Stowers went down with his knee injury. He checks in at 6-1, 190 and he can flat out spin it. Today he showed a big arm and also has the accuracy to go with it. Stovall is a TE/H-back who currently checks in at 6-2, 230. He is a versatile weapon capable of lining up in the backfield, on the wing, in-line, or in the slot. He is the son of Guyer OC/OL coach Mitch Stovall. Fritz is a raw 6-4, 270, but he has some tools to work with and it sounds like he is not done growing. He moves well for a big man and he is a guy I will have my eye on as he continues to grow and add strength. ************Philadelphia (PA) Northeast CB Tyreek Chappell tweeted out his top nine as he approaches his July 4 commitment decision. talking to several sources, the Aggies have put themselves in a great position thanks in large part to the efforts of Elijah Robinson, TJ Rushing, and Mike Elko. In early May he released a top five of Texas A&M, Tennessee, Michigan, West Virginia, and Pittsburgh, and in talking to a few different sources Tennessee and Michigan seem like the main competition. I have also been told he is intrigued with the idea of playing in the SEC. Sticking with the cornerback position, Fort Smith (AR) Northside CB Dreyden Norwood continues to keep in close contact with the A&M coaching staff and I am told by a few sources Texas A&M is one of the top contenders right now with Coach Rushing is leading the Aggies' efforts. In addition to the Aggies, Arkansas and Georgia are also schools generating a buzz in Norwood's recruiting process.


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