Jabari Small

Running Back
5′10″ / 195 lbs
Memphis, TN
Briarcrest Christian
Class of 2020
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Texas A&M
Ole Miss
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3 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few recruiting notes on a Tuesday
-After talking to a source out in Alabama it sounds like the Crimson Tide feel good about their chances with Hutchinson CC (KS) CB Ronald Williams, which makes sense following his official visit to Tuscaloosa. The Crimson Tide hosted him and his mom and dad, and I admit it did catch my attention this was the first visit his mother took. She is not expected to make his next visit. This coming weekend he will take an official visit to Mississippi State, and it sounds like it will be his final official visit. He plans to announce his decision on December 18. The Aggies still are very much in the mix. He felt good following his Texas A&M visit a few weeks ago, and he continues to keep in close contact with the Texas A&M staff. I do not get the sense he has made any eliminations, but my gut tells me this one comes down to Texas A&M and Alabama in the end. It should be interesting to see how the December in-home visit go as he prepares for his decision.-Two things I can say about Alabama transfer Jeffery Carter is he is looking to play closer to home, and I don't see TCU being in the race. After talking to a few different sources close to Carter, Texas A&M remains a school of interest, and Baylor and SMU are a couple of others to watch. This is something we will continue to monitor, as things start to sort themselves out.-The word I'm hearing out of Memphis on Briarcrest Christian DT Omari Thomas is Ole Miss seems to be making a move. This goes along with what I heard when I went through Memphis earlier this year, that Thomas was going to be a tough one to pull out of the area. Ole Miss also has his Briarcrest teammate Jabari Small committed. Thomas has taken official visits to Tennessee and Auburn in addition to Texas A&M, and I have heard from a few sources Alabama is moving in a different direction. He will announce his college choice at his All-American Bowl jersey presentation on December 9.-We have mentioned McKinnley Jackson a few times and I continue to hear the Aggies are a serious contender for the Lucedale (MS) George County standout. He has been to campus a few times on his own dime and he has developed bonds with the coaches and the 2020 class. Coach Elijah Robinson has been key, as have guys like Chris Morris. He plans to take his visits in January and sign in February, so there is still a long way to go.
9 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around the SEC: Recruiting news and trends
With June approaching and summer camp fast approaching, teams are receiving visits from some of the biggest recruits around the SEC. Jason Howell examines the latest news and trends on the recruiting front.

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