Savion Byrd

Offensive Lineman
6′4″ / 270 lbs
Duncanville, TX
Class of 2021
Rating: 94

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Rating: 95.2

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TexAgs Topic Wheel: 2021 Offensive Line class in Texas


3 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
A&M hosting innovative recruiting event
Well, we know these uncertain times would mean recruiting staffs across the country would be innovating new ways to communicate with their top targets. However, the Aggies may have just come up with something that will be around regardless of global pandemics. We'd been hearing for a while that Marshall Malchow and his staff were working on something out-of-the-box in regards to a recruiting "event" once it looked like the visitor bans were going to be around for a bit. Turns out, some of the Aggie staff members are planning on playing their top targets in Madden20 on the PlayStation. To my knowledge, I don't think this has been done before. What a fun way to get kids and coaches to interact. From a recruiting bylaw perspective, it works the same as a regular phone call. Shadow Creek LB Terrence Cooks tweeted his matchup with Tyler Santucci a bit earlier. you'll click on that tweet, you'll see the defensive side of the bracket, and it's full of some big time names from across the country. Jason and I have also been able to find out some of the offensive competitors based on conversations with kids and various sources. Here are just a few of those. Denton Guyer QB Eli Stowers CyFair RB LJ Johnson Jr Miami (FL) WR Romello Brinson Royse City WR Ketron Jackson Duncanville OL Savion Byrd Jason actually got this quote from Deuce Harmon in regards to the event: " I think it's a good idea because with this virus we won't be able to go to College Station. I think it will be a good connection to be able to get to know each other more and still have some fun. Just to have conversations and talk. To be able to have fun on a video game. That's always fun, I love playing video games. It will be fun to play with coaches and players."We'll have some more reaction on this on the other side of the tournament. Be on the lookout for that.
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Looking Ahead: An in-depth analysis of potential 2021 offensive targets
With National Signing Day in the books, most of the 2020 Texas A&M class seems to be locked down. This means a lot of focus from the program and fans alike will turn to the upcoming class. We take a hard look at some 2021 top prospects and where they stand with the Aggies.
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
TexAgs Topic Wheel: 2021 Offensive Line class in Texas
Today's spin of the TexAgs Topic Wheel lands on the 2021 Offensive Line Class. TexAgs recruiting analyst Ryan Brauninger sat down in-studio to analyze the depth of the big men in the trenches in the State of Texas.
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few Friday notes
Dallas Kimball Ishmael Ibraheem has been firmly on the radar from Day 1 and I was told by sources close to his recruitment Ibraheem has been in contact with coach Rushing and is making plans to visit. I don't believe a date has been set but a March visit is something to watch out for. Texas and LSU are a few schools to watch there as well. The communication has also picked up between coach Henson and Duncanville OL Savion Byrd and I have been told plans for a spring visit are in the works. There was talk he might make the Super Bowl party weekend but the ride fell through. The Aggies recently offered and things continue to progress.The same can also be said for defensive ends David Abiara and Shemar Turner. Abiara recently put the Aggies in his top 7 and he has some family ties to the Texas A&M. It does sound like Notre Dame made a strong move after his recent visit, but he continues to look at his options. With Turner, the Aggies remain in strong contention according to my sources along with the likes of Alabama, LSU, Texas, and others. Also, Royse City WR Ketron Jackson told us he has been in touch with coach Craig and he plans to return very soon.The Aggies have also been active with several out of state targets. One prospect Brauny brought up recently is Scottsdale (AZ) Saguaro OL Bram Walden. I'm told by sources in Arizona that he has kept in close contact with coach Henson, and a visit is in the works for this spring. I don't believe a date has been set, but it sounds promising. Recent OL Connor Tollison of Jackson (MO) will make an unofficial visit to A&M for the spring game the April 17 weekend. I'm told by people in Missouri, coach Henson already has a strong bond with Tollison and has some ties to the area going back to his days coaching at Missouri. One source also said the Aggies are keeping an eye on Blue Springs (MO) OL Beau Stephens. He's another big OL (6-6, 320), with some offers from the likes of Iowa, Arkansas, and Michigan..
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few 2021 notes
Oradell (NJ) Bergen Catholic DT Tywone Malone visited Texas A&M with teammate Jordan Morant in the fall and he hopes to make it back to College Station this summer."Just the culture there, the 12th Man, it's just something you look into," Malone said. "That's like the definition of a brotherhood. They're all for one another, they're not playing selfish. They just all play together."A two-sport standout, Malone keeps in touch with defensive tackle coach Elijah Robinson on a regular basis. Baseball is expected to factor into his decision. When he was in College Station in the fall he saw some of what the Aggie program had to offer, but he would like to get to know the coaches more. Duncanville (TX) OL/DL Savion Byrd mentioned Texas A&M has started communicating more often and College Station is one of his possible spring visit destinations. LSU, Texas, and Oklahoma are a few others, with LSU showing the most attention. Byrd could project to DT or OL and was a standout on defense this fall. He could very easily draw attention as a defender. The Aggies have been considered an early frontrunner for DeSoto (TX) DE Shemar Turner, but the word I have received of late has Alabama, LSU, and Texas making a furious push to the front of his list. The Aggies remain in the mix, but there is work to be done here. I look for the Aggies to push to get him back on campus soon. He came away very impressed with the Aggies after last years' summer camp and an in-season visit only helped push the Aggies further up his list. Miami (FL) Northwestern S Kamren Kinchens piqued the attention of Texas A&M fans recently when he tweeted #GigEm. He has been in contact with the Texas A&M staff and the Aggies are generating some buzz in South Florida. Coach Ish Aristide has been a big reason for that with many strong ties to the area. The Aggies saw that pay off in a big way in the 2020 class with DE Donell Harris choosing the Aggies over Florida on Signing Day. The Aggies are also very much in the mix for Miami Northwestern LB Terrence Lewis. Another OOS defensive back I would keep an eye on is Fort Smith (AR) Northside CB Dreyden Norwood. The Aggies offered in December and the 6-1, 175-pound cornerback, with Coach Linguist doing the honors.
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