Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
DE

Jordon Thomas

Defensive End
6′3″ / 240 lbs
Port Arthur, TX
Memorial
Class of 2021
Rating: 93
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National Avg
Rating: 91.7
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School Preferences

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Offer
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Texas
Committed
5/2/2020
Texas A&M
None
Baylor
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Houston
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LSU
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SMU
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Southern Miss
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TCU
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Videos

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Ask Liucci: Recruiting on a roll, impact freshmen and much more
Liucci: Aggies continue to stack talent on defensive side of the ball
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
TexAgs Recruiting Fantasy Draft: 2021 Defensive Players in Texas
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
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Updates

14 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting Q&A: Key battles to watch, looking ahead to 2022 and more
As football season begins to crank up around the state and country, TexAgs recruiting analyst Ryan Brauninger fields subscriber questions about the current A&M commit class, some key battles to watch for down the stretch and much, much more.
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
News & Notes from OL/DL camp
Headed down to Houston for the HawgPen OL/DL camp yesterday morning. There were a handful of top-flight prospects there competing, including a pair of big time 2022 A&M targets in DE Malick Sylla and OL Kelvin Banks. Here are some key takeaways and some video from the workout...- I'll start with Sylla. To be frank, this kid is as good looking of a DE prospect as I've ever seen. The only other kid I saw with this much upside as a junior-to-be was DeMarvin Leal. Sylla is 6-6, 235 with a massive wingspan, high waist, and broad shoulders. He'll hold 25 pounds fairly easy. His drill work was probably more impressive than his physical measurables though. He was fluid, explosive, and showed an elite change of direction and explosiveness. In 1-on-1's, he used that quickness to exploit oversetting offensive lineman and then used his length and dexterity to bend the edge a couple of times. In terms of his recruitment, he said he talks to members of the A&M staff constantly. Whether it's Jimbo Fisher, Terry Price, MIke Elko, or Elijah Robinson, somebody is making sure they reach out to Malick each week. He said he loves talking with TP and is excited by the comparisons they're making to Myles Garrett. He said TP's resume speaks for itself, and he could definitely see himself playing under Price's tutelage. https://twitter.com/R_Brauninger/status/1289954317345140743?s=20https://twitter.com/R_Brauninger/status/1289956384956506112?s=20https://twitter.com/R_Brauninger/status/1289966444642332672?s=20- The only person who got the best of Sylla (and everyone else he went up against) was Summer Creek OL Kelvin Banks who turned in one of the better camp performances I've ever seen from an offensive lineman. He was flat out dominant, and it didn't matter who lined up across from him. I told Billy and Jason after the camp that we probably need to start discussing this kid as a top 10 player in the state in that loaded junior class. He combined power with outstanding lateral ability and patience to consistently stifle guys like Sylla, Texas commit Jordon Thomas, and rising 2022 DL Anthony Holmes Jr. Banks won the OL MVP. Check out the video. https://twitter.com/R_Brauninger/status/1289970469999767552?s=20https://twitter.com/R_Brauninger/status/1289970760333668352?s=20https://twitter.com/R_Brauninger/status/1289961282376933377?s=20https://twitter.com/R_Brauninger/status/1289960841442279424?s=20https://twitter.com/R_Brauninger/status/1289967632951717889?s=20Kelvin told me A&M is one of his top choices right now. He said he would be talking with Josh Henson this week, and that the Aggie OL coach always makes it a point to reach out to him after he sees more video of Kelvin popping up on Twitter. Banks mentioned his tight bond with Kameron Dewberry and how often Kam talks about the two of them playing together at the next level. I suspect the Aggies will be a key player for both Banks and Dewberry throughout the entirety of their recruitments. - Speaking of Anthony Holmes, the Spring Westfield product took home DL MVP for his performance. While he's a bit undersized still, he flashed exceptional quickness to go along with surprising power. He's an interesting kid. If he can put on some good weight, I like him as a tackle making, sideline to sideline interior DL prospect. https://twitter.com/R_Brauninger/status/1289968287040774144?s=20https://twitter.com/R_Brauninger/status/1289971211649159168?s=20- Lastly, here's a name to keep an eye on: 2023 Katy Taylor ATH Dylan Spencer. He's coming over to Houston after spending his freshman year at West Orange-Stark in the Golden Triangle, and he checks in at 6-4, 235. He played WR last season, but he's starting to make the transition to defensive end and caught the attention of all the media members there. Big upside on this kid. https://twitter.com/R_Brauninger/status/1289957649350422528?s=20https://twitter.com/R_Brauninger/status/1289964374476521472?s=20
3 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Scattershooting Recruiting: Secondary 'on the cusp', a look ahead to '22 & more
With Texas A&M's '21 recruiting class taking shape as summer kicks off, the Aggie secondary is looking like it will be a dominant group for Mike Elko. Billy takes a closer look at the defensive backfield, '22 Texas recruits Jimbo Fisher is targeting and an 'out-of-state gem.'
3 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Ask Liucci: Recruiting on a roll, impact freshmen and much more
Billy Liucci fields another list of subscriber questions, both on video and in writing, surrounding the latest with Texas A&M football, including the Aggies' latest pickups on the recruiting front, predictions for the fall and much more.
3 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Championship Recruiting 101: Aggies building to last at key positions
Texas A&M's recruiting has taken a noticeable uptick under head coach Jimbo Fisher, but just how close are the Aggies to competing for championships? Billy Liucci takes a closer look at the way A&M is building for the long haul at some key positions.
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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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