Jaylon Guilbeau
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
CB

Jaylon Guilbeau

Cornerback
6′0″ / 175 lbs
Port Arthur, TX
Memorial
Class of 2022
Rating: 91
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National Avg
Rating: 91.8
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9/19/2020
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Sophomore Season

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Liucci 44, Part 2: Ranking the top of Texas in 2022, players 33-23
9 days ago by Billy Liucci
Liucci 44, Part 2: Ranking the top of Texas in 2022, players 33-23
With the 2021 class signed and sealed, Billy Liucci unveils the second part of his Liucci 44 rankings for the top Texas high school football prospects in the class of 2022.
Scattershooting Recruiting, Part 2: Fisher doing work in Houston & more
18 days ago by Billy Liucci
Scattershooting Recruiting, Part 2: Fisher doing work in Houston & more
A&M coach Jimbo Fisher and his staff wrapped up another top 10 recruiting class with a strong close while also kickstarting an impressive 2022 group. Billy Liucci takes a look at the 2021 finish, the staff's dominant work in Houston and the possibilities for a special next class.
Tuesday PM update: The latest on Johnson, Malone and more
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Tuesday PM update: The latest on Johnson, Malone and more
With a week to go before signing day, TexAgs recruiting analyst Ryan Brauninger offers the latest on a couple of key 2021 targets, plus updates on several prospects in future classes.
Ryan Brauninger
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
A few Monday recruiting quick hitters
- As you'd imagine, the Aggies have not cooled on their pursuit of CyFair RB LJ Johnson Jr. I was told today that he's spoken to the A&M staff on more than one occasion since the Orange Bowl win on Saturday night. I also know that guys like Bryce Foster, Tunmise Adeleye, Deuce Harmon, and Eli Stowers have all reached out to him in the last 48 hours or so. - I spent all day Sunday hitting some 7 on 7 tryouts in Houston. I spoke directly with a handful of top prospects in the 2022 and 2023 classes, and there were a lot of people at those tryouts talking about the job Jimbo Fisher has done in College Station and the culture he's implemented. One current college player I spoke with out there told me, "There's a night and day difference between what's going on at A&M and what was going on in Austin."- 2022 Ft Bend Marshall WR Chris Marshall was at the Fast Houston tryout, but he was not participating due to a hamstring issue. I spoke with him for a while though. He's extremely close with Devon Achane and was pumped to see him take home the Orange Bowl MVP trophy. He said Devon called him after the game, but he had already gone to bed. So, Chris called him back the next morning and was able to talk about Devon's performance. My gut says Marshall has really sky rocketed up A&M's big board in terms of priority in this next cycle, and the Aggies will have a great chance to grab him. - Interesting note: Port Arthur Memorial CB Jaylon Guilbeau told me he had just gotten off the phone with A&M CB coach TJ Rushing yesterday when he arrived at the Fast Houston event. It doesn't sound like there's too much to get excited about at the moment, but he has not stopped communicating with Rushing or Jimbo Fisher while being committed to Texas. I suspect he'll give Steve Sarkisian a chance to keep him in the Longhorn's 2022 class. - Another Golden Triangle prospect committed elsewhere is Beaumont West Brook S Bryce Anderson who was spectating at the Texas Stars tryout in The Woodlands yesterday. He is still verbally committed to LSU, but he's talking with Texas A&M an awful lot. He's extremely tight with Ish Aristide and loves what the Aggies are building in terms of their defensive culture. Bryce understands football at a high level and is fond of the safety role in Mike Elko's defense. I still believe Texas A&M will be a major player in this recruitment whether Anderson is publically on or off the market. - I also spoke with elite 2023 RB Rueben Owens who released his top 5 last night and included Texas A&M. Owens isn't in a hurry to make a decision and told me he'd probably wait until around this time next year before committing. From talking to people near him, it sounds like A&M and Oklahoma have stood out earlier on with the Sooners using their typical "all out" approach to see if they could grab an early verbal pledge. Based on my knowledge of the situation, I suspect the Aggies to hang around in this one for more than a little while due to their on field success and their recruiting portfolio. - A few more 2023 names that I really liked that I saw yesterday: Beaumont West Brook WR Javon Sorrell - bouncy athlete with huge raw potentialShadow Creek LB Scott Koumado - highly impressive introduction. Early offer candidateStrake Jesuit QB Bryce Fucik - Great frame, clean motion, high IQManvel CB Corey Swiney Jr - physical, sticky young corner prospect- I continue to hear the Aggies are taking a strong look at 2022 Ft Bend Marshall CB Adari Haulcy. This kid's junior tape is very strong. He only allowed 3 catches all season and managed to pick off 7 passes. - Lastly, I've heard there's some mutual interest with 2021 Port Neches-Groves QB Blake Bost and Texas A&M in joining the Aggies as a preferred walk-on. We'll see what happens as Bost does have some lower level offers, but in terms of adding talent as PWOs, that would be a good one.
Recruiting News & Notes from a trip to the Golden Triangle
3 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting News & Notes from a trip to the Golden Triangle
TexAgs' recruiting analyst Ryan Brauninger spent last weekend checking out some of the top prospects back in his old stomping grounds of southeast Texas. He provides his thoughts on a promising group of underclassmen, Bryce Anderson and Demetrius Hunter.
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99-100: Elite national prospect (Five-star)

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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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