Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
DE

Elijah Jeudy

Defensive End
6′3″ / 235 lbs
Philadelphia, PA
Northeast
Class of 2021
Rating: n/a
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National Avg
Rating: 90.6
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School Preferences

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Georgia
Committed
4/19/2020
Texas A&M
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Alabama
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Baylor
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Iowa State
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Michigan
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Michigan State
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South Carolina
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Temple
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Tennessee
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Virginia Tech
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West Virginia
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Wisconsin
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Sophomore Season 'MAYHEM'
Sophomore Season 'MAYHEM'
JUNIOR Season Highlights

Updates

1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around the SEC: Recruiting news and trends
It's time to take a look around at the biggest pick-ups on the recruiting front as well as some of the top recruiting news and notes from around the SEC. Jason Howell details that and more in this week's Around the SEC.
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Some Thursday morning recruiting notes
Last night the Aggies made the cut for Philadelphia (PA) Northeast DE Elijah Jeudy and CB Tyreek Chappell. These two are not necessarily a package deal, but they have played together since the 6th grade, they have a great chemistry, and playing together on the college level is something that would interest both. Chappell has yet to visit Texas A&M, but he did play in the Madden tournament, he loves the weather and the coaches, and he also has family in the Dallas-area. St. James (LA) defensive end Saivion Jones has been speaking with coach Terry Price on a regular basis. The two are starting to build a strong bond with TP sending a few BBQ pics out to the Louisiana standout. Jones has not visited anywhere outside of Louisiana yet, and LSU is going to be a tough one to beat. However, in talking with a source down in Louisiana the Aggies seem to be gaining some ground. I spoke to a few sources on some top linebackers and the Aggies are very involved with some heavy hitters. Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha LB Greg Penn named Texas A&M in his Final 6. Alabama, LSU, Tennessee, and South Carolina also made the cut. He planned to get to College Station before the coronavirus canceled everything, but I look for him to make a trip once the dead period is over. Baltimore (MD) St. Frances LB Jamon Dumas-Johnson and Hollywood (FL) Chaminade-Madonna LB Terrence Lewis also named the Aggies to their top lists and the Aggies are very much in the mix. Several other LBs were planning to check out the Aggies this spring. Dallas (GA) Paulding Co LB Smael Mondon, Charlotte (NC) Hough LB Kaci Seegars, and Fort Lauderdale (FL) St. Thomas Aquinas LB Jaydon Hood all had spring visits planned for Texas A&M. I'm told by sources out in Georgia that Mondon has been a tough read when it comes to his leaders, but the good news for Texas A&M is he has been in consistent communication with coach Santucci, coach Elko, and coach Fisher. Kaci Seegars recently added offers from Missouri, Kansas State, and NC State, but the Aggies continue to be in a great spot thanks in large part to the relationship he has formed with coach Santucci the last few years. In fact, I've heard from some sources the Aggies may hold the lead. He spoke with Santucci this week and he says he definitely plans to visit when the dead period ends. Hood says he is in regular contact with the Aggies and coach Santucci. The two have built a strong bond and he has hit it off well with the Texas A&M linebacker coach. He planned to take several visits this spring, so he has been hitting the virtual tour circuit. Of all the virtual experiences so far he gave highest marks to Minnesota's virtual tour. Kendrick Blackshire and Terrence Cooks are the two uncommitted in-state prospects holding Texas A&M offers and in talking to different sources the Aggies remain in good position with both. If you are looking for a couple of in-state LBs without offers to keep an eye on there are two DFW prospects who come to mind. One is South Oak Cliff LB Jaydon Williams. He is a twitchy undersized prospect, around 185-pounds, but he did visit this spring and he has been one of the hotter prospects in Texas this spring. He just picked up an offer from Texas yesterday. Another in-state guy to keep an eye on is Arlington Martin LB Morice Blackwell. He has been in contact with coach Santucci and the two continue to get to know each other. Blackwell stands in at about 6-foot-1, 200, and has some great tape. An out of state guy I really like is Jonesboro (AR) LB Marco Avant. He just committed to Arkansas and he does not have an offer yet, but he has visited and he fell in love with College Station on his trip. He may be a name to tuck away for later.
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Ask Liucci, Part 2: How players are adapting, top QBs in the nation & more
After tackling a long list of subscriber questions in writing yesterday, Billy Liucci spends nearly an hour handling a second round of questions via video, including who he thinks the best QBs in the country are, how much Ainias Smith will be on the field and much more.
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Who I feel best about
Fort Washington (MD) National Christian Academy DE Monkell Goodwine including the Aggies in his top 5 got me thinking about the 2021 prospects I currently feel best about Texas A&M's chances. I limited it to 5 I feel are very high on right now, so just because you don't see a guy on the list don't assume it means they are not high on the Aggies. I also put these guys in alphabetical order for those wonderingTop 5 OOS Guys DE Monkell Goodwine, Fort Washington (MD) National Christian Academy - just put A&M in his top 5, has a former teammate and friend on campus in Josh Moten, and he was blown away by his visit in the fall.CB Tony Grimes, Virginia Beach (VA) Princess Anne - A&M has been high on his list throughout the process and he has been on campus several times over the last few years. He plans to OV in the fall.DE Elijah Jeudy, Philadelphia (PA) Northeast - visited last spring and again last fall and he put the Aggies in his early top 6. He wants to return again so his mom can see the program.LB Terrence Lewis, Hollywood (FL) Chaminade-Madonna - A&M has been very high on his list along with Florida and Nebraska. He visited last summer with friend and 2020 A&M signee Donell Harris. Coach Ish has also established a strong bond.OL Connor Tollison, Jackson (MO) - The Aggies jumped up on his list as soon as he received the offer. He will take an unofficial visit for the spring game and he is talking about scheduling an OV. He has a close bond with coach Henson.Top 5 In-state GuysDT Marcus Burris, Texarkana Pleasant Grove - The Aggies have been high on his list throughout and he has visited Aggieland a few times over the last few years. TP and coach Robinson have done a good job of putting the Aggies high on his list.OL Reuben Fatheree, Richmond Foster - he's been on campus quite a few times over the years and coach Henson has built a strong bond. CB Deuce Harmon, Denton Guyer - Coach Rushing has made him a priority, he has been to Texas A&M quite a few times, and his long time friend and teammate Eli Stowers is committed. He put A&M at the top of his list after the Super Bowl visit.WR Ketron Jackson, Royse City - After his Super Bowl visit, the Aggies have been high on his list. Coach Craig is hot on his trail and Jackson plans to return for another visit this spring.DE Landon Jackson, Texarkana Pleasant Grove - An A&M legacy, the Aggies have been on him since his freshman year. He has visited several times and he has his OV scheduled for the spring game weekend.
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Looking Ahead: An in-depth analysis of potential 2021 defensive 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.
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99-100: Elite national prospect (Five-star)

Considered one of the best prospects in the nation and a likely difference-maker at the collegiate level. Displays all of the physical skills to be a future All-American with potential to be an early-round NFL draft pick.

90-98: Elite state prospect (Four-star)

Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

70-79: Solid prospect (Two-star)

Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.
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