Jaeden Roberts

Offensive Lineman
6′5″ / 340 lbs
Galena Park, TX
North Shore
Class of 2021
Rating: 93

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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
Sunday recruiting notes & quotes
- While a lot of attention will be rightfully given to the in-state O-Line haul in 2021, I have been able to pick up a few notes on some out of state targets that A&M looks to be in good shape with early on. I'll start in the desert with Scottsdale (AZ) native Bram Walden. While the early favorite is Oregon, Jimbo Fisher and Josh Henson have been quietly forming a solid foundation with the 6-4, 285 pounder. It also helps that Walden plays a Saguaro HS - home of Aggie great Christian Kirk. I haven't yet heard of a definitive visit being set, but it absolutely wouldn't surprise me to see Walden make his way to campus at some point this spring. - Another highly touted big man that I think will find his way to College Station in the coming months is Fairfax (VA) OL Tristan Leigh. I don't know that any prospect on the east coast has seen their stock rise more since the end of the football season than Leigh. While it will be really tough to pry him away from somewhere like Clemson or even Alabama, I was told that Tristan and his family have a huge affinity for the state of Texas. Leigh's favorite team has always been the Dallas Cowboys, and I heard the family looks forward to getting to the Lone Star State any time they can for vacation or football. Leigh and Josh Henson have been talking more and more on the phone in recent weeks. - Don't be surprised to see Oklahoma State be a real player for North Shore OL Jaeden Roberts. If you'll remember, Roberts and his family moved to Houston from Kansas about a year ago, and one of his best friends from his time up there (Joe Michalski) looks like he may be able to grab a starting role next year from what I was told by a source familiar with the Okie St program. Roberts stays in pretty regular communication with A&M still though, and the Aggies will continue to recruit him as an interior OL prospect. - I spoke with Miami (FL) S Kamren Kinchens via text over the weekend. The Northwestern HS product told me he is in the process of scheduling a trip to Texas A&M. While he was unsure of the date and what type of visit it would be (official or unofficial), he was positive that he wanted to see what Aggieland had to offer. With the state of Texas being thin at safety in 2021 and A&M's growing presence in south Florida, Kinchens is a kid that could have some staying power on the Aggie radar this cycle. - I had a chance to catch up with 2022 DB offer Bobby Taylor who was one of the few rising juniors to be invited to last weekend's Super Bowl party. The Aggies offered Taylor back in October, and he's starting to grow rather familiar with the coaching staff and College Station, in general. Here's what he had to say about his latest visit..."I really enjoyed the defensive meetings with the coaching staff. That was my favorite part of the day, hands down. I love football. It's natural for me. So, when given the opportunity to down and talk about the game, it gives me chills. Talking with Coach Elko and Coach Rushing was fantastic. It doesn't get any better than those two guys.""I learned a lot about the Aggie Network...about the Fortune 500 companies that Aggies are involved in. Football won't last forever, and when it's over, you have to have something to fall back on. It's so easy to build those connections, too. It can be something as simple as taking a picture or shaking a hand to get the whole thing started.""The coaching staff at A&M is just full of real, genuine guys. They're grounded and keep it real. Of course, when you play football you want to win, and those guys can make that happen. They complimented me on my press and man coverage skills. I love playing man. It just doesn't get any better than that. Me and the coaching staff agreed though that I know to work on my weaknesses which is playing off man. So, this spring I plan on working hard and perfecting it."...pretty well-spoken 16 year old. - An interesting RB name to keep an eye on in 2021 is Darius Hale from Pearland. Darrell Dickey made a couple of stops through there in his voyages through south Houston since the end of the season, and Hale is a kid that has caught the eye of a lot of college coaches. While his offer list isn't super lengthy just yet (Baylor, Houston, Utah State), he's intriguing because of his advanced strength and projectability as a power back. At 5-10, 215 pounds, Hale's low center of gravity and lower body mass make him a handful for tacklers. He was also in College Station last weekend for the Junior Day event. "Coach Fisher and Coach Dickey said they liked what they saw on film. They told me they intend to continue to recruit and evaluate me heavily going forward. Coach Dickey is a great dude. We have an outstanding relationship," Hale told me following the visit. "I got to really see how important the running back is to their offense and how big of a role it plays into what they want to do."
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Texas State Championships Recap - EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
I say it every year, but if you have not had a chance to experience the UIL State Football Championships I highly recommend it. There really is nothing like it. This year was no different, and now it is time to try and wrap it all up. Here's my quick look at the last three days.Top PerformanceQB Kyron Drones, Pearland Shadow Creek - 2021Kyron Drones is not yet a household name across the country, but people will be talking about him soon enough. The junior quarterback took home offensive MVP honors in the 5A Division I State Championship after he guided his team to a win over a stout Denton Ryan squad. It was not always pretty he did throw 2 INTs - but he put on a gutsy show. When the game was in the balance and when his team needed a leader to step up, he did so without hesitation. He gave Shadow Creek a 7-0 lead early in the first and he added another to make it 21-7 early in the third. Ryan pressured him consistently and he made them pay by gashing them with his legs and finding receivers down the field. Statistically he finished with 135 yards and 2 TDs on 24 carries and he completed 10 of 18 for 185 yards, but his performance went beyond the numbers. Best Game of the Weekend5A Division I State Championship Game - Shadow Creek vs Denton RyanFriday's night cap was not a beauty contest, far from it. It was often times ugly. It was gritty. It was tough. It was a backyard brawl. These two heavyweights came ready to fight to the end and that is exactly what happened as Shadow Creek pulled out the 28-22 win. It came down to the game's final play - a Seth Henigan Hail Mary attempt that had a shot but ultimately fell to the turf. The game had all the drama and then some - just take a look at Randy Masters' punt return and tell me this is not a crazy game. Overall though both of these teams left it all on the field. Best Play Randy Masters, punt return against Denton RyanIt was only 37 yards but it was something you had to see to believe. Future AggiesRB Devon Achane, Fort Bend Marshall (2020 signee)It was a tough night for Texas A&M signee Devon Achane. Fort Bend Marshall got behind early and could not make up ground as they fell to Aledo in the 5A Div II State Championship. Still Achane showed plenty. He was was quick, fast, and elusive and Aledo made sure not to give him a shot in the return game. He finished with 17 carries for 171 yards, and 2 TDs on the ground and 7 receptions for 121 yards.QB Eli Stowers, Denton Guyer (2021 commit)My heart goes out to Stowers. Injury took him out of the game before it ever really got started. He suffered what is believed to be a torn PCL on Guyer's first drive and he was forced to the sideline. It was hard to see it all happen the way it did, but there is no doubt in my mind he will be back better than ever. Most likely to be AggiesAfter talking with Liucci, here's the top 10 guys who played this weekend most likely to be Aggies outside of Devon Achane 1. QB Eli Stowers, Denton Guyer (2021) - committed2. DT Marcus Burris, Texarkana Pleasant Grove (2021) - there's been quite a bit of A&M buzz3. DE Landon Jackson, Texarkana Pleasant Grove (2021) - same with Burris4. OL Jaeden Roberts, Galena Park North Shore (2021) - he's been on the Aggies radar since before he moved to Texas5. OL Ty'Kieast Crawford Carthage - this one will likely include a JC stop before it could happen6. QB Kyron Drones, Pearland Shadow Creek (2021) - A&M legacy, who would be a candidate if A&M is in need of 2 QBs in the class.7. CB Denver Harris, Galena Park North Shore (2022) - already holds an offer and has been to campus8. ATH Dametrious Crownover, Grandview (2021) - he holds an offer and he has potential on either side of the ball.9. QB Dematrius Davis, Galena Park North Shore (2021) - Va Tech commit, but he's another candidate if the Aggies pursue a second QB10. ATH Malik Hornsby, Fort Bend Marshall - The numbers would have to work out but he's one to watch in January.Texas A&M 2021 commit Shadrach Banks would also be on this list, but we did not get to see him since he was out injuredComplete bonehead mistake on my part. I left off 2021 CB Deuce Harmon. He would be no. 4 on this list.Five who improved their rankingWR JoJo Earle, Aledo - the speed and quickness was on full display. He ripped off several big plays and finished the day with a championship ring. He stat line was 10 carries for 43 yards, and 4 receptions for 107 yards and a TDDE Ja'tavion Sanders, Denton Ryan - He was a menace of the edge and got to Drones a couple of times on the night. He also had fourth quarter touchdown reception to give Ryan a chance at the win. He finished with 4 receptions for 65 yds and a TD, and he was credited with 2 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks.WR Roderick Daniels, Duncanville - This was the dude. He was Duncanville's big play threat and it is safe to say his 8 carries for 133 yards and a TD and 2 receptions for 54 yards do not adequately tell the story.QB Dematrius Davis, Galena Park North Shore - He is just really good. He completed 6 of 12 passes for 91 yards, and 1 TD, and he had 16 carries for 115 yards, and another TD on the day. It was yet another stout performance.ATH Billy Bowman Jr, Denton Ryan - Offense, defense, and special teams. His 2 INTs showed his ball skills and instincts. He's going to be a good one.Welcome to the radarQB Kyron Drones, Shadow Creek - See the top performance section at the top for more information. QB Kai Horton, Carthage (2021) - He completed 16 of 22 passes for 231 yards and 3 TDs. Big, heady QB, he's going to attract quite a bit of attention.RB Moses Wray, Wimberley (2022) - His statline is not going to jump off the table but he is a solidly built prospect who could end up on either side of the ball. S Ty Marsh, Denton Ryan (2021) - He is a big hitter with range and a nose for the ball. 2022s Randy Masters, Denver Harris, and Bryan Allen all also lived up to their billing as future prospects.Other Top PerformancesLB Roddrell Freeman, Mart (2021) - 21 car, 168 yds, 3 TDs; 3 assists, 1 sack, 1 FF, 1 FRQB Dane Jentsch, Grandview (2021) - 14 car, 152 yds, 1 TD; 12 of 17, 218 yds, 0 INTs; 2 solos, 3 assists, .5 TFL, 1 INTWR Kelvontay Dixon, Carthage - 3 car, 32 yds; 7 rec, 120 yds, 3 TDsRB Bruce Garrett, Pleasant Grove - 25 car, 254 yds, 3 TDsDT Marcus Burris, Pleasant Grove (2021) - 1 assist, 1 PBU, 2 sacksDE Landon Jackson, Pleasant Grove (2021) - 1 solo, 1 assist, 2 PBU, 1 sackLB Drew Sanders, Denton Ryan - 8 car, 25 yds; 6 rec, 48 yds; 2 solos, 3 assists, .5 TFLLB DJ Arkansas, Denton Ryan (2021) - 7 solos, 7 assists, LB Jeremiah Harris, Pearland Shadow Creek - 4 solos, 3 assists, 2 sacks, 1 TFLQB Jake Bishop, Aledo - 13 car, 46 yds, 1 TD; 11 of 16, 244 yds, 3 TDs, 0 INTsRB Jase McClellan, Aledo - 25 car, 218 yds, 2 TDsWR Monterren Parks, Aledo - 6 rec, 132 yds, 2 TDs QB Malik Hornsby, Fort Bend Marshall - 11 of 17, 157 yds, 1 TD, 0 INTs; 13 car, 155 yds, 2 TDsLB JD Thursby, Duncanville (2021) - 7 solo, 3 assist, 1 sack, 1 FR, 3 QB hurriesQB Chris Parson, Duncanville (2023) - 6 of 10, 100; 12 car, -22 yds, 1 TDLB Corey Flagg, Galena Park North Shore RB Kaedric Cobbs, Denton Guyer - 28 car, 162 ydsQB Kirkland Michaux, Austin Westlake 20 of 31, 285 yds, 3 TDs, 1 INTWR Mason Mangum, Austin Westlake - 3 rec, 79 yds, 1 TDClosing ThoughtThere were some big names out for several different reasons. There were freshmen QBs forced into the spotlight. There were heartbreaking moments, tough breaks, and there were big time plays, and players, coaches, and fans pouring their hearts out as the final minutes ticked off the clock. All in all it simply does not get any better. Even on a bad day it is still a great day. Top to bottom it is my favorite event of the year and in my opinion it is a must see for any football fan out there. Final Results6A Div I - Galena Park North Shore 31 Duncanville 17Off. MVP: QB Dematrius Davis, North ShoreDef. MVP: LB Corey Flagg, North Shore6A Div II - Austin Westlake 24 Denton Guyer 0Off MVP: QB Kirkland Michaux, Austin WestlakeDef. MVP: DB Michael Taafe, Austin Westlake5A Div I - Pearland Shadow Creek 28 Denton Ryan 22Off MVP: QB Kyron Drones, Shadow CreekDef MVP: LB Jeremiah Harris, Shadow Creek5A Div II - Aledo 45 Fort Bend Marshall 42Off MVP: QB Jake Bishop, AledoDef MVP: DB Demarco Roberts, Aledo4A Div I - Carthage 42 Waco La Vega 28Off MVP: WR Kelvontay Dixon, CarthageDef MVP: S Cole Whitlock, Carthage4A Div II - Texarkana Pleasant 35 Grove Wimberley 21Off MVP: RB Bruce Garrett, Pleasant GroveDef MVP: DL Marcus Burris, Pleasant Grove3A Div I - Grandview 42 Pottsboro 35Off MVP: QB Dane Jentsch, GrandviewDef MVP: S Dane Jentsch, Grandview3A Div II - Gunter 43 Omaha Pewitt 22Off MVP: RB Clayton Reed, GunterDef MVP: Peyton Lowe, Gunter2A Div II - Mart 25 Hamlin 20Off MVP: RB Roddrell Freeman, MartDef MVP: CB Klyderian Campbell, Mart
3 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Liucci 44: Ranking the state's top high school prospects
After watching the class of 2020 play their senior seasons, Billy Liucci updates his Liucci 44 on the eve of early signing day. He also ranks the top 25 for the class of 2021 and reveals his top 5 by position in the class of 2020.
4 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Visitor List - South Carolina
Here's what we've got so far. We will undoubtedly be adding names between now and Saturday, as well. These are just the ones we've been able to grab word on at this point. Also, keep in mind that the playoffs start this week with some games being played on Saturday. Official VisitorsHutchinson (KS) CC CB Ronald Williams Ft Bend Marshall QB/ATH Malik Hornsby Ft Bend Marshall RB Devon Achane North Shore RB Zach Evans Unofficial VisitorsA&M commits2019 signee Braedon Mowry The Woodlands College Park OL Josh Bankhead Ft Bend Kempner OL Akinola Ogunbiyi Stone Mountain (GA) RB Deondre Jackson Tomball WR Demond Demas Charlotte (NC) WR Muhsin Muhammad III A&M Consolidated WR Devin Price Southlake Carroll TE Blake Smith - maybe Cibolo Steele CB Jaylon Jones Ft Washington (MD) CB Joshuah Moten Blinn JC DT Josh Ellison Ft Bend Hightower OL Smart Chibuzo 2021 North Shore WR Shadrach Banks 2020'sCyFair K Jake Ruiz 2021'sKaty CB Hunter Washington Ft Washington (MD) DE Monkell Goodwine Port Arthur Memorial DE Jordon Thomas CyRanch TE Ben Postma North Shore OL Jaeden Roberts The Woodlands College Park LB Dylan Hazen Ft Bend Ridge Point WR John Paul Richardson Katy Tompkins DE Tunmise Adeleye Richmond Foster OL Reuben Fatheree Houma (LA) DT Maason Smith Pasadena (CA) CB Jamier Johnson Spanish Fort (AL) CB Micah Gaffney2022'sPort Arthur Memorial CB Jaylon Guilbeau Katy CB Bobby Taylor Shadow Creek S Jaidan Scott Brenham ATH Eric Hemphill III Katy LB Ty Kana Manvel LB Justin Medlock - maybe Pearland Dawson K Carter Brown Shadow Creek WR Randy Masters Austin Westlake QB Cade Klubnik Strake Jesuit RB Joel Crawford
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