Kylon Ashton

Kylon Ashton

5′9″ / 160 lbs
Cedar Hill, TX
Cedar Hill
Class of 2022
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Jason Howell
3 yr ago by Jason Howell
Notes from stops at Mesquite Poteet and a few other places today
I made several stops across the DFW area today. My final stop was Mesquite Poteet's practice this afternoon to see RB Seth McGowan. He says he is now tipping the scales at around 220 and he is in great shape. There weren't a lot of highlights of him because the Poteet coaches have already seen plenty of what he can do, but it is easy to see McGowan wants to get in there and compete. What I did see from the few plays he had was a great burst and a versatile athlete. McGowan is a freaking stud.He recently named the Aggies in his final four along with Georgia, Oklahoma, and USC. He takes his first official visit this weekend to Oklahoma, he has Georgia scheduled for the May 17 weekend. He will take two weeks off the road before visiting Texas A&M. It's looking like June 7 but he wasn't sure on that. He does have the visit scheduled though. He Then he will finish with a visit to USC the weekend of June 21. Look for him to make his decision shortly after the USC visit and he will be a December graduate.He has connected well with coach Graham and coach Fisher throughout this process and the Aggies have a made their interest well known. For instance, today, Texas A&M signee Dylan Wright stopped by Poteet's practice for a quick appearance. He has also been hearing from Cibolo Steele DB Jaylon Jones. We will have more from him laterI also dropped by Cedar Hill, DeSoto, and Lancaster today. All three programs are incredibly talent rich for the next several years. The Aggies are keeping an eye on DeSoto 2021 Shemar Turner, and I would say he has the most potential to receive an A&M offer in the future. He has been a standout at multiple camps this spring and at 6-4, 260-pounds he passes the eyeball test with flying colors. Look for his stock to soar as coaches see him this spring and he attends summer camps. He doesn't have any definite plans but look for him to make a stop at schools like Texas and Texas A&M this summer. Right now, it sounds like the Longhorns hold a bit of an edge for him. Lancaster 2021 WR Ketron Jackson is another the Aggies are watching closely. He has some nice size at 6-foot-2, 175-pounds but he also has some blazing speed. He has been clocked with a 9.9 split in the 4x100 relay. Arkansas and Illinois are a few schools coming on very strong and he has a strong relationship with Kansas assistant Emmet Jones who was the first to extend an offer. Alabama, Stanford, and Notrre Dame are also heavily involved.I also caught up with a few under the radar guys. One who immediately jumped out when I saw him was Lancaster 2021 OL Joseph Amos. He didn't start on varsity last fall but look for him to step things up in 2019. At 6-5.5, 320-pounds Amos is a calf roper and he is cousins with Texas A&M's Larry Pryor. He currently holds offers from Alabama A&M and Carroll College. Cedar Hill my hand was crushed by the handshake of 6-1, 200-pound 2021 LB Jaheim Lowe. I don't know how he moves, but lets just say he has coaches excited and my hand still feels that handshake hours later. Cedar Hill 2021 DE Charles Esters (6-3, 225) and 2021 LB Ian Bradley (6-2, 210) are also guys to watch. Esters also plays basketball and has some great length and a big frame. Horns have a trio of 2022s with Baylor offers too. RBs Chris Hicks and Kylon Ashton check in at 5-9, 160, ad S Jalon Peoples stands in at 5-11, 160. Peoples is the little brother of former Cedar Hill standouts Richard and Dimitri Moore.'s so much to keep an eye on from these programs I know I'm leaving out some guys like Majik Rector and few more but I wanted to highlight some new guys in here. DeSoto also has a deep roster of 2022s worth keeping and eye on. 6-1, 175-pound Jaylan Bean has people in DeSoto raving about his abilities as a WR. The words natural and great routes were used to describe his game.


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