Matthew Wykoff

Offensive Lineman
6′6″ / 305 lbs
Magnolia, TX
Class of 2021
Rating: 91

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Rating: 89.7

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Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
TexAgs Topic Wheel: 2021 Offensive Line class in Texas
2021 Magnolia OL Matthew Wykoff discusses A&M offer, Junior Day visit
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2 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Aggies kicking off day two of Madden tournament
Day 1 was completed last night, and, from what we've been able to gather, it sounds like Mike Elko was the only victorious member of the coaching staff after a narrow win over Canonsburg (PA) S Donovan McMillon. We mentioned today on the Beliucci Hour that Elko could be a sneaky good video game player when you consider his intellectual background as well as having two teenage sons who can keep him tied in to stuff like that.Some other results included Eli Stowers comfortably beating OC Darrell Dickey. If we are being honest, Coach Dickey was probably the biggest underdog in the field. He's an old school guy. Hand him Tecmo Bowl, and he probably goes from underdog to favorite real quick. From talking to a source in DFW, it sounds like Terry Price held his ground pretty well before falling to Desoto DE Shemar Turner. Could TP be an undercover Madden player? I don't know that, but I'd pay money to listen to him commentate while playing. It's also noteworthy that we've heard from a contact in the Midwest that recent Missouri OL commit Connor Tollison was actually part of this event and played against Josh Henson. With that, it stands to reason that A&M isn't out of that fight just yet. Normally, a phone call or video game against a coach wouldn't necessarily mean too much, but in today's world, it's about as much as you can ask for.One of my south Houston contacts tells me Shadow Creek LB Terrence Cooks is moving on in the bracket after besting Tyler Santucci yesterday. Then, Elijah Robinson dropped a contest to DT Taleeq Robbins from Philadelphia (PA). There are some other player vs coach games happening today. I know Magnolia OL Matthew Wykoff will be playing a member of the coaching staff, but my source wasn't sure who exactly. They said it may be Dameyune Craig. Also, Deuce Harmon is scheduled for a go against CB coach TJ Rushing. Lastly, I'm not sure which staff member will be his opponent, but a source told us that Tony Grimes would be part of the action against a coach today. We will be chasing down some more interviews with some of these kids once they finish up these games against the staff, but I can say the early response from everyone involved has been overwhelmingly positive. This thing looks to be a huge hit and a piece of brilliance from Marshall Malchow and the recruiting staff.
17 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
During Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Ryan Brauninger joined to discuss the latest news for the Maroon & White on the recruiting trail as kids from across the country begin making trips to Aggieland.
23 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Miscellaneous recruiting quick hitters - Thursday
I've been hitting the phone and texts lines the last couple of days, and I've been able to grab some interesting intel from a few of A&M's offers and prospects of interest.- Magnolia OL Matthew Wykoff released his top 7 today which included the Aggies. Wykoff told me today that he will make trips to College Station this spring to watch practice, but he does not have any dates ironed out just yet. He's also not decided which 5 of those 7 will receive officials, but my gut says the Ags will get one. The other schools in the mix are Texas, Auburn, Penn State, Texas Tech, Arizona State, and USC. - Recently offered 2022 Katy DE Malick Sylla continues to surge up a lot of big boards across the region. Sylla told me he will visit Texas A&M on April 6th. I'd bet that trip includes either one of fellow teammates Ty Kana or Bobby Taylor, as well. - I wrote about Atascocita TE Landen King as an unoffered name to watch in my long form recruiting piece last week. Well, I spoke with King, and he told me he's been having good conversations with both James Coley and Darrell Dickey. He said he'd really like the Aggies to pull the trigger with an offer, and that Coach Dickey has talked about the possibility of an offer with him. The 6-5, 220 pounder picked up four Power 5 offers in February. - No return visit plans just yet for Ft Bend Ridge Point WR John Paul Richardson, but JP did say he'd come up as soon as Coach Dickey gave him a date. - I spoke with new safety offer Donovan McMillon from Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, for a bit last night. He was really excited that A&M went ahead and made the move. He told he would be sitting down with his family very soon to schedule a visit. He's never been to Texas before, "but I heard everything is big down there," he told me. He was looking forward to seeing campus and getting a hold of some TexMex and BBQ. He was also planning on checking out Terry Price's cookout videos on Twitter. The 6-2, 190 pounder holds nearly 40 offers with Power 5 programs like Michigan, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, Penn State, and Virginia Tech being among those.- Lastly, I received a text on TexAgs Radio this week about A&M's chances in OL Landon Tengwall out of Maryland. It doesn't sound like there's any real current interest on either side there.
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Looking Ahead: An in-depth analysis of potential 2021 offensive targets
With National Signing Day in the books, most of the 2020 Texas A&M class seems to be locked down. This means a lot of focus from the program and fans alike will turn to the upcoming class. We take a hard look at some 2021 top prospects and where they stand with the Aggies.
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
TexAgs Topic Wheel: 2021 Offensive Line class in Texas
Today's spin of the TexAgs Topic Wheel lands on the 2021 Offensive Line Class. TexAgs recruiting analyst Ryan Brauninger sat down in-studio to analyze the depth of the big men in the trenches in the State of Texas.
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