Jaylon Guilbeau
Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL

Jaylon Guilbeau

Cornerback
6′0″ / 175 lbs
Port Arthur, TX
Memorial
Class of 2022
Rating: 91
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National Avg
Rating: 92.6
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School Preferences

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Texas
Medium
Texas A&M
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Alabama
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Georgia
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Georgia Tech
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Kansas
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LSU
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Memphis
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Nebraska
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Oklahoma State
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Oregon
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Penn State
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SMU
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Tennessee
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USC
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Utah
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Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
In-Home Visit: 2022 Defensive Fantasy Draft
Sophomore Season
Junior Season

Updates

Ryan Brauninger
11 hrs ago by Ryan Brauninger
BBQ/Pool Party visitor list
Here's the first copy. Obviously, we will have to make some changes as the date draws closer, but this is where we'll start. This is an incredibly strong group. CommitsKaty CB Bobby Taylor Katy DE Malick Sylla Bridgeland QB Conner Weigman Clear Springs WR Noah Thomas Lexington S Jarred Kerr Pilot Point ATH Ish Harris Haslet Eaton OL Hunter Erb Argyle DT Jadon Scarlett The Woodlands LB Martrell Harris Dickinson TE Donovan Green Dickinson OL PJ Williams Spokane (WA) K Ethan Moczulski The Woodlands College Park PWO OL Chance Jackson Brazos Christian PWO DS Levi Hancock2023 Zachary (LA) QB Eli Holstein 2023 Wylie East DE Anthony James 2022 TargetsNorth Shore CB Denver Harris CyPark LB Harold Perkins Atascocita OL Kam Dewberry Clear Lake CB Julian Humphrey Beaumont West Brook DB Bryce Anderson Ft Worth Brewer DT Bear Alexander Port Arthur Memorial CB Jaylon Guilbeau (likely)Spearman ATH Brenen Thompson Duncanville DE Omari Abor Spring CB Dorian Friend (maybe)Allen OL Neto Umeozulu Ft Bend Marshall WR Chris Marshall (maybe)Bainbridge (GA) CB Deyon Bouie Powell (TN) DT Walter Nolen Ponchatoula (LA) S Jacoby Mathews Opa Locka (FL) DE Shemar Stewart Baton Rouge (LA) RB LeVeon MossUnderclass targets2023's Desoto WR Johntay Cook Haslet Eaton TE Jaden Platt Denton Ryan LB Anthony Hill El Campo RB Rueben Owens Lewisville DE Jordan Renaud Amarillo Tascosa DE Avion Carter (likely)Marlin LB Derion Gullette Smithson Valley OL Colton Thomasson A&M Consolidated WR Wesley Greaves Raleigh (MS) LB Suntarine Perkins Miami (FL) WR Jalen Brown 2024's Desoto DL Caleb Mitchell Leesburg (GA) DT Omar White
Ryan Brauninger
5 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Some DB recruiting notes
- I checked around on Denver Harris potentially visiting for the BBQ later this month, and a pair of sources I spoke with today were actually very positive in terms of him showing up. I'd upgrade him from maybe to likely, but I still wouldn't put anything in stone. I know he's talked to A&M staffers about attending. Still, the Aggies have a long way to go to win that race. - Port Arthur Memorial CB Jaylon Guilbeau told me today that he will likely be in attendance at the pool party, as well. He decommitted from Texas last night and has been in talks with a handful of schools recently, obviously including A&M. Word on the street is that TCU has made the biggest push for him lately. - Something to watch: I was given intel today indicating a DB currently committed to an SEC rival school is making plans to attend. I'll withhold that name until I get more confirmation.- I was told today A&M continues to do a great job with Bainbridge (GA) CB Deyon Bouie. Not really breaking news, but he will be in attendance at the BBQ as we've been reporting, as well.
Recruiting Q&A, Part 2: Bryce Anderson update, linebacker latest & more
12 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting Q&A, Part 2: Bryce Anderson update, linebacker latest & more
Jason and Brauny are taking on subscriber questions about all things recruiting. Part One features Brauny's thoughts on the state of Bryce Anderson's recruitment, what the Aggies are doing with linebacker targets such as Harold Perkins and much, much more.
Ryan Brauninger
27 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Wednesday recruiting notes for lunch
- I spoke to a pair of sources with insight into the recruitment of Scottsdale (AZ) DL Anthony Lucas, and both said similar things - that A&M is going to be really tough to beat. In fact, he gave quotes to our guys at Irish Sports Daily that indicated as much. He said his OV in College Station set the standard for the visits that followed and that it was a great way to kick things off. He has no plans of making a commitment decision this summer but instead wants to go back to a few of his top schools on game days for unofficials. I've been told he's eyeing a return trip to Texas A&M for the Alabama game, which just so happens to fall on his (and Jimbo Fisher's) birthday weekend. Notre Dame is still a real player here though. He gave high marks to the Irish coaching staff and their set up in South Bend. This one is setting up to be a head-to-head between the Aggies and Golden Domers. - You'll get different responses depending on who you talk to in regards to Humble Summer Creek OL Kelvin Banks, but Jason and I have both spoken with different sources who feel the Aggies are as strong a contender to land him as anybody. Based on our latest intel, it sounds like LSU might have lost some footing. If that's valid, this recruitment looks like it's coming down to the Aggies and Longhorns with Oklahoma State being the dark horse. The smart money says though that LSU will find a way to factor in somehow down the stretch even if they have fallen a bit. PS: Don't count out the Cowboys. Banks and his family have great, long-standing relationships in Stillwater that he's valued from the start of his recruitment. - I still believe we'll see Port Arthur Memorial CB Jaylon Guilbeau take another trip to College Station, likely in an official capacity, before this cycle is up based on some intel I received again yesterday evening. I'll be very interested in watching how that one shakes out should he get that OV put on the calendar. - I spoke to a contact in Missouri City who says Ft Bend Marshall WR Chris Marshall still plans on letting his recruitment play out a bit longer. At one point, I believed he'd make a decision this summer even though he said he'd wait until the end of his senior campaign. I now think he'll wait to make a couple more early fall unofficial visits (A&M will get one) before coming to a conclusion on his recruitment sometime in the middle of the season. Devon Achane will continue to be a big influence for the Aggies in this one. - Much like Kelvin Banks, you get different responses about who leads for Bryce Anderson depending on who you ask. I spoke with a pair of folks in southeast Texas yesterday. One had Texas as the leader, and the other thought the Aggies had the edge heading into the middle of the summer. Bryce has done a good job of keeping things fairly close to the vest as his decision date nears, but I'll stick with my gut as we head into July and say Jimbo's got the edge. - Don't sleep on A&M's chances with IMG S Kamari Wilson. It's going to be tough to overtake Georgia, but this one is starting to get that Donnell Harris/McKinnley Jackson vibe to it.
Ryan Brauninger
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Update on Jaylon Guilbeau
Just spoke at length with Port Arthur Memorial CB Jaylon Guilbeau. He spent the day with the A&M coaching staff and worked out for TJ Rushing and Mike Elko. He said the workout went well. He told me the coaching staff got him at 4.56 in the 40, and he felt like the drill and technique work was beneficial for both him and the coaches. He was able to tour the facilities and (like every other prospect that has come through) spoke very highly of the new photo room. The biggest piece of news is that he told me he will be coming back for an official visit, although he's unsure of the date at this point. He said he'd like to take it for an A&M home game, but he also said there was a chance he'd use it later on this summer. Outside of that, the only other plans he's made are for his official visit to Austin next weekend. No doubt, A&M left an impression. It'll be interesting to see what happens with this one down the road.
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