Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
LB

Cameron Riley

Linebacker
6′4″ / 210 lbs
Evergreen, AL
Hillcrest
Class of 2020
Rating: n/a
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National Avg
Rating: 90.4
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School Preferences

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Offer
Recruited by
Auburn
Committed
6/15/2019
Texas A&M
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Central Florida
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Georgia Tech
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Indiana
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Iowa
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Kansas
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Kentucky
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Louisville
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LSU
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Memphis
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Middle Tennessee State
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Mississippi State
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Nebraska
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Oklahoma
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Ole Miss
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Purdue
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TCU
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Tennessee
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Vanderbilt
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Virginia
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West Virginia
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Videos

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Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White

Updates

2 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
A few Friday recruiting notes
- There's been a lot of speculation regarding the upcoming decision of CyRidge DL Vernon Broughton in the last couple of days, specifically after news began to trickle out about an upcoming commitment video he hinted at via various social media platforms. There's no question that on the heels of his official visit and into the workouts at The Opening in Frisco that A&M felt like the leader. He told me twice during those days in the Metroplex that he'd be in Aggieland for the end of the summer recruiting event which furthered those sentiments of a Maroon and White lead. After speaking to a multitude of sources over the last 2-3 days though, I've started to feel like this thing end up going a few different ways. Broughton's plan the entire time was to go home and take inventory of the entire situation and discuss things with his inner circle. I do know that communication with A&M had gotten sparse there for a bit, as well. As of this morning, this is still a tight race, but based on what we are hearing, I think Texas has made up whatever ground they had lost, and it absolutely would come as no surprise if the Longhorns were the pick next week. Stay tuned though as this one could still have a swing or two in momentum over the last few days. - In our recruiting chat yesterday, some one asked us to put a percentage on A&M's chances with Orem (UT) LB Noah Sewell. Putting a number to that is always a bit difficult, but I landed at 40%. After speaking to a source on the matter yesterday, I may go just a touch higher than that although I'm not ready to flat out call this a coin flip with Oregon. A&M does have some familiar ties with the Sewell family via Bradley Dale Peveto's coaching tree as well as former Aggie LB Misi Tupe. Ideally, A&M gets Sewell and his folks back on a plane to College Station this fall. - Staying at LB, don't close the book on Cameron Riley. Chatter in recent days would indicate that A&M remains a legitimate threat. The Alabama native committed to Auburn in June after taking an OV to A&M in late May. - A&M continues to recruit Shadow Creek safety Xavion Alford, but it still feels like that one is heading to Tuscaloosa. Alford still speaks highly of the Aggie program and staff under Jimbo Fisher, and I think he very much respects Mike Elko. However, most any one you talk to in the industry ultimately expects Saban to win this one. I've also heard Bowling Green (KY) safety Vito Tisdale may be on the verge of picking the home state Wildcats. He's flirted with doing this before, but he didn't pull the trigger the last time. If Alford does pick Bama before the summer, and Tisdale does the same with Kentucky, A&M will be essentially recruiting safeties that are all committed elsewhere. They continue to do what they can with Jordan Morant (Michigan) and Antonio Johnson (Tennessee). Not ideal circumstances, sure, but this staff has shown already that there aren't many obstacles they can't overcome. - Lastly, sources in Missouri City continue to be optimistic about A&M's chances with Ft Bend Marshall standout Devon Achane. I don't think he'd do anything in terms of a commitment before the season starts, but that's just my gut feel. One thing I am sure of after talking to folks (and Looch has heard it, as well) is that Achane will be one of those guys that will absolutely have a spot regardless of how long he wants to wait to make a decision. I also believe that information has been sufficiently communicated.
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around the SEC: Recruiting news and trends
As the dead period has already hit, many SEC teams made a final push at landing summertime commitments from some of the top talents in the nation. Jason Howell examines the latest news and trends on the recruiting front.
3 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
During Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, TexAgs recruiting analysts Ryan Bruaninger and Jason Howell joined to share their thoughts on the latest recruiting storylines for Texas A&M ahead of camps on the A&M campus.
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Top southeast talents Xavier Hill and Cam Riley get first look at Aggieland
Over the weekend, Texas A&M hosted Olive Branch (MS) OL Xavier Hill and Evergreen (AL) Hillcrest LB Cam Riley on official visits. It was the first time either visited Aggieland, and it is safe to say the Aggies made a strong first impression.
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few Monday notes from a couple of the weekends OVs
I spoke with Olive Branch (MS) OL Xavier Hill and Evergreen (AL) Hillcrest LB Cameron Riley tonight, and the Aggies definitely helped themselves with both.Hill made the trip with his family and the whole family left impressed with Texas A&M. They really didn't know what to expect coming in but the Aggies are now under very serious consideration. One thing in particular that stood out to them was the Aggie Network. Xavier specifically mentioned it without being prompted. Hill has visits scheduled to Alabama and Tennessee, but I'm hearing from multiple sources that the Aggies really elevated their status on this one.Both Hill and Riley were very impressed with the relationships between the coaches and the players. Riley enjoyed spending time with Alabama natives James Foster, Tank Jenkins, and Ke'shun Brown. He also clicked well with coach Craig and coach Peveto. "They're good people," Riley said. "They keep it real with me and I like it because most coaches may fake it. But those two are straight up with me and I like that. I like coaches like that and we have a great bond with both of them. We're very tight."As for where the Aggies stand after the visit, I'll let the following quote say it all."If I was to make a top five right now Texas A&M would be in there," Riley said. "I kind of had Auburn at the top as my No. 1 school, but as of now A&M and Auburn are kind of neck and neck, like 50-50."
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