Tywone Malone
Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL
DT

Tywone Malone

Defensive Tackle
6′3″ / 300 lbs
Oradell, NJ
Bergen Catholic
Class of 2021
Rating: n/a
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National Avg
Rating: 94.8
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School Preferences

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Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Medium
Alabama
Medium
Boston College
Medium
Massachusetts
Medium
Miami
Medium
Michigan
Medium
Nebraska
Medium
Penn State
Medium
Rutgers
Medium
Syracuse
Medium
Tennessee
Medium
USC
Medium
Virginia
Medium
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Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
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Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Ask Liucci, Part 1: WR and S competitions, growth of Aggie sports & more
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Ask Liucci, Part 1: A&M's mix of experience and young talent, WR depth & more
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Ask Liucci, Part 1: Previewing A&M's pass rush, Coley's recruiting impact & more
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Ask Liucci: Recruiting on a roll, impact freshmen and much more
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
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Tywone Malone Junior Szn

Updates

Ryan Brauninger
11 hrs ago by Ryan Brauninger
On Malone and more...
I've spent the last day or so making phone calls about Texas A&M's continued pursuit of Oradell (NJ) DT Tywone Malone. As many of you know, Ty and his family spent last weekend in College Station. Here's what I can report after speaking to two separate sources who are both tied into the recruitment.- First thing that probably needs to come across is that if you're following this recruitment and think baseball is just something he does as a secondary hobby, you couldn't be more wrong. I was told, emphatically, that a better description of Malone would be "a baseball player that's good at football." He started playing baseball at 5 years old, and it's his first love. Therefore, Justin Seely and Rob Childress will have just as much of an influence on this decision as Elijah Robinson and Jimbo Fisher. - Tywone is looking at every possible angle he can from both the football and baseball prospective. I was told to expect this to go all the way until Signing Day where he'll make a traditional pick a hat announcement. - I asked a source what made A&M standout amongst his other finalists, and I was told the Aggie coaching staff has been honest and patient throughout the entire process. My source lauded Elijah Robinson's relationship with Ty as well as the persistence of Justin Seely's communication - "Ty is super close with Coach Elijah, and Coach Seely's consistency has made the kid feel like he's very much valued by the Aggie baseball program." - The Aggies have presented Ty and his inner circle with a clear plan of how they'd handle him playing both sports if he chooses A&M. During football season, he'd be a 100% football player. He would not participate in fall baseball unless he was completely clear of any scheduling conflicts with football, and he was given the ok by the football staff. That being said, those opportunities would be few and far between. Similarly, during the spring, he'd be all in with Aggie baseball. He'd do football practice/spring game/meetings etc whenever the baseball schedule would allow. - Overall, I wasn't given a clear indication of who the leader was, but A&M certainly has more than just staying power in this recruitment. I feel like Jimbo's experience of handling dual sport (specifically baseball) kids is something that's really appealing to Tywone. I also believe the aforementioned structured plan for his fall and spring responsibilities has been very much appreciated by everyone in his inner circle. I checked around with some folks regarding the timeline for Snow College (UT) OL Jordan Moko, and I believe he won't make his decision known until February. Still, like Looch has said, we like A&M's chances. Moving on, I've got some 2022 quick hitters...- Like Looch has said, I don't think we'll have to wait too much longer for some more kids to jump in the boat. The Aggies will almost assuredly pick up more than one pledge in the next 7 days. - A&M is set to speak with Austin Westlake QB Cade Klubnik today at 4 o'clock. - A ton of ground has been made up with North Shore CB Denver Harris. Last summer, the Aggies had a loooong way to go in that recruitment. Now, a contact in Houston thinks everyone is chasing the Aggies. - Keep an eye on Bremond DL Jaray Bledsoe. The 6-5, 260 pounder has some really impressive tape that features huge raw athletic upside. I've been told the Aggies have definitely been in touch. He picked up an offer from Oklahoma today. Big time ceiling on this kid. - Another name I've heard creating some buzz is Austin Westlake OL Connor Robertson. No A&M offer yet, but the Aggies, along with a host of other big time programs, are sniffing around. - I'm not totally sure what the timeline for CyPark LB Harold Perkins looks like, but if he picked a school soon, you'd have a hard time telling me it wouldn't be Texas A&M. - I'm not the Dallas guy, but a source today told me to watch for the Aggies with Frisco OL Cole Hutson. I've heard he's got a big fan in A&M OL Coach Josh Henson.
Billy Liucci
1 day ago by Billy Liucci
Jimbo's current recruiting run
Can we just talk about the recent recruiting run Coach Fisher and the Aggies are on? As hot a streak as I can remember and I've been doing this for a quarter century now.Let's revisit the Aggie commits since the week of the early signing period:Remington Strickland - Beat OU head-to-head for the rising senior OLShemar Turner - Beat Bama, LSU and everyone else for the five-star, national top-100 DLTunmise Adeleye - Beat UF and Bama and everyone else for the five-star, national top-100 DLBryce Foster - Beat OU, LSU and Oregon for the five-star, national top-100 OLElijah Jeudy - Beat Georgia for the four-star DE from PhillyJardin Gilbert - Beat LSU and Bama for the four-star safety and one of the top DBs in LouisianaMalick Sylla - Offers from every power program in the country, potential five-star DE, easy national top-50And the Ags are in anywhere from very good to excellent shape with every name on the following list:Class of 2021 - LJ Johnson Jr (No 40 player in the country), Tywone Malone (No 61), Jordan Moko (No 1 JC OL in the country), Brian Thomas (No 79)Transfer portal - Wanya Morris (a five-star in the Class of 2019 and No 28 player in the country)Class of 2022 - Donovan Green, Bobby Taylor, Harold Perkins, PJ Williams, Bryce Anderson and those are just the names that seem to be leaning the hardest the Ags' wayWhat you're now seeing is Alabama, Clemson and Georgia type recruiting, as Fisher is now recruiting at a level that is every bit as impressive as he did in Tallahassee while building a national champion and a team that at one point won something like 65 of 72 games.This is some pretty remarkable, championship-level stuff, and we're going to see a several names off of the uncommitted list above choose the Ags in the not-too-distant future.
Ryan Brauninger
3 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Quick update on Ty Malone
I've been told tonight that Oradell (NJ) DT Tywone Malone has arrived in College Station. We'll work on an update after the weekend.
Ryan Brauninger
4 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Thursday night recruiting updates
- I mentioned the 2022 "commitment day" that's been thrown around a little bit in my stickied post from earlier today. I checked around further on that this afternoon, and while I do think it's something that's been discussed, I'm still rather skeptical about it happening. Now, could I see a scenario where A&M rattled off a handful of verbal commitments in a short period of time? Yes, absolutely. However, I believe that if something like 4-5 targets all announced on a certain day, it would be something that was planned completely behind the scenes by those kids. It would be epic and fun to cover, but I'm not sold on it just yet. We've seen Fisher and his staff go on these runs where they pick up more than a few of their top targets over the course of a month though. Aggies would have to close on some top priorities, but that type of scenario is certainly possible with the way things are going. - Oradell (NJ) DT Tywone Malone is expected to be in College Station on Friday night. My sources I spoke with today maintained that Elijah Robinson's relationship with Malone and his folks had the Aggies in an advantageous position ahead of the trip. Reminder: Malone and his party cannot have any contact with the A&M football or baseball coaching staffs. This is simply a reconnaissance mission like they went on last week to Florida State and are planning to do next week at Ole Miss. - A Houston area source I spoke with today still felt like the Aggies held an advantage for CyFair RB LJ Johnson Jr. It's still unclear as to whether LJ will enroll early or not, but the time to make that type of decision is definitely dwindling. I believe the last enrollments can arrive next week at the latest. I do know that talks and conversations continue between LJ and the A&M staff as well as other Aggie signees. - Name to keep an eye out for in 2022 is Clear Lake CB Julian Humphrey. He picked up an A&M offer prior to last season, and he has gotten off to a fantastic start on the 7 on 7 circuit - winning Defensive MVP at the big Pylon tournament in DFW last weekend. - Some people asked earlier about A&M's pursuit of 2022 Klein Cain RB Jaydon Blue. The Aggies are certainly recruiting him, but as things stand today, it feels like LSU, Texas, and Alabama would be at the forefront. We'll see if Jimbo and company can make up some ground this off-season.
Three Things: Denton Guyer-Cedar Hill, A&M's close in 2021 & more
10 days ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Denton Guyer-Cedar Hill, A&M's close in 2021 & more
TexAgs senior recruiting analyst Jason Howell is back at it again with another round of his weekly recruiting thoughts, this week discussing the much-anticipated Guyer-Cedar Hill matchup this weekend as well as the Aggies continuing to close on the recruiting front.
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