Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
LB

Morice Blackwell

Linebacker
6′1″ / 200 lbs
Arlington, TX
Martin
Class of 2021
Rating: 87
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National Avg
Rating: 89.2
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas
Committed
5/10/2020
Alabama
None
Baylor
None
Notre Dame
None
Oklahoma State
None
SMU
None
Texas Tech
None
Tulsa
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Videos

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MORICE BLACKWELL 2019 HIGHLIGHTS
MORICE BLACKWELL 2019 HIGHLIGHTS

Updates

1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Recruiting Rankings Updates: New lists for the classes of 2021, 2022 & 2023
Recruiting has been reshaped over the last several months, but the TexAgs crew is still hard at work keeping track of the recruiting scene. Jason Howell has the latest updates to the TexAgs rankings of prospects across the state in the 2021, 2022 and 2023 high school classes.
3 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Scattershooting Recruiting: Secondary 'on the cusp', a look ahead to '22 & more
With Texas A&M's '21 recruiting class taking shape as summer kicks off, the Aggie secondary is looking like it will be a dominant group for Mike Elko. Billy takes a closer look at the defensive backfield, '22 Texas recruits Jimbo Fisher is targeting and an 'out-of-state gem.'
4 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
Around the state of Texas, decisions are being made, visits are being taken, and offers are being extended as the regular season has now kicked off. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the Lone Star state recruiting front.
5 mo ago by Jason Howell
Some Thursday morning recruiting notes
Last night the Aggies made the cut for Philadelphia (PA) Northeast DE Elijah Jeudy and CB Tyreek Chappell. These two are not necessarily a package deal, but they have played together since the 6th grade, they have a great chemistry, and playing together on the college level is something that would interest both. Chappell has yet to visit Texas A&M, but he did play in the Madden tournament, he loves the weather and the coaches, and he also has family in the Dallas-area. St. James (LA) defensive end Saivion Jones has been speaking with coach Terry Price on a regular basis. The two are starting to build a strong bond with TP sending a few BBQ pics out to the Louisiana standout. Jones has not visited anywhere outside of Louisiana yet, and LSU is going to be a tough one to beat. However, in talking with a source down in Louisiana the Aggies seem to be gaining some ground. I spoke to a few sources on some top linebackers and the Aggies are very involved with some heavy hitters. Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha LB Greg Penn named Texas A&M in his Final 6. Alabama, LSU, Tennessee, and South Carolina also made the cut. He planned to get to College Station before the coronavirus canceled everything, but I look for him to make a trip once the dead period is over. Baltimore (MD) St. Frances LB Jamon Dumas-Johnson and Hollywood (FL) Chaminade-Madonna LB Terrence Lewis also named the Aggies to their top lists and the Aggies are very much in the mix. Several other LBs were planning to check out the Aggies this spring. Dallas (GA) Paulding Co LB Smael Mondon, Charlotte (NC) Hough LB Kaci Seegars, and Fort Lauderdale (FL) St. Thomas Aquinas LB Jaydon Hood all had spring visits planned for Texas A&M. I'm told by sources out in Georgia that Mondon has been a tough read when it comes to his leaders, but the good news for Texas A&M is he has been in consistent communication with coach Santucci, coach Elko, and coach Fisher. Kaci Seegars recently added offers from Missouri, Kansas State, and NC State, but the Aggies continue to be in a great spot thanks in large part to the relationship he has formed with coach Santucci the last few years. In fact, I've heard from some sources the Aggies may hold the lead. He spoke with Santucci this week and he says he definitely plans to visit when the dead period ends. Hood says he is in regular contact with the Aggies and coach Santucci. The two have built a strong bond and he has hit it off well with the Texas A&M linebacker coach. He planned to take several visits this spring, so he has been hitting the virtual tour circuit. Of all the virtual experiences so far he gave highest marks to Minnesota's virtual tour. Kendrick Blackshire and Terrence Cooks are the two uncommitted in-state prospects holding Texas A&M offers and in talking to different sources the Aggies remain in good position with both. If you are looking for a couple of in-state LBs without offers to keep an eye on there are two DFW prospects who come to mind. One is South Oak Cliff LB Jaydon Williams. He is a twitchy undersized prospect, around 185-pounds, but he did visit this spring and he has been one of the hotter prospects in Texas this spring. He just picked up an offer from Texas yesterday. Another in-state guy to keep an eye on is Arlington Martin LB Morice Blackwell. He has been in contact with coach Santucci and the two continue to get to know each other. Blackwell stands in at about 6-foot-1, 200, and has some great tape. An out of state guy I really like is Jonesboro (AR) LB Marco Avant. He just committed to Arkansas and he does not have an offer yet, but he has visited and he fell in love with College Station on his trip. He may be a name to tuck away for later.
6 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few March 24 recruiting notes
Brauny mentioned Winter Garden (FL) Foundation Academy LB Danny Stutsman as a guy to watch a few weeks ago, and last night he received an offer from the Aggies. At 6-3, 215-pounds he is thumper with sideline-to-sideline ability. He recorded 110 tackles, 19 TFLs, and 3 sacks last fall. He also comes from a family of athletes. His dad, Steve Stutsman, is the OL coach at Foundation Academy, was a Parade All-American tight end out of Daingerfield (TX) and played at Baylor. His mom, Susy, was a basketball player at Baylor. His older sister is currently a softball player at Florida State. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4339318/5db880a74797ce0d10aceb7aSpeaking of linebackers, Arlington Martin LB Morice Blackwell is another DFW prospect I have been hearing the Aggies are keeping an eye on. He checks in at about 6-1, 200, he has been a tackling machine and a defensive leader for the Martin Warriors. He's a Buddy Johnson type linebacker. Right now, he's a little light in the seat, but he has a nice frame and a growing offer list. He currently counts Baylor, Notre Dame, Alabama, Oklahoma State, Texas, and Texas Tech among his early offers. He was district defensive newcomer as a sophomore and last year he earned district MVP honors.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/10147294/5d7f90770660c21278238d21Staying in the DFW-area, the Aggies offered Flower Mound Marcus QB Garrett Nussmeier last week. Coach Coley has a relationship which goes back to his days at Georgia, and coach Dickey has made a positive impression. Yesterday, he was able to speak with coach Fisher for the first time and I was told they had a great meeting and hit it off well.When we spoke to him last week, he was not sure whether or not he would stick with his April 18 commitment plans. The coronavirus has thrown things up in the air. He also did not name leaders, but there has been much speculation and talk of LSU leading the way and there are a few reasons. They were the first to offer and he has a longstanding relationship with Coach O, he has taken multiple visits, the new passing game coordinator Scott Linehan was his dad's OC at Idaho and coached with him the last few years with the Cowboys. If he pushes things back look for him to take a few visits as soon as he can. Last week, he talked about trying to visit Texas A&M, Arizona State, Texas, and Miami.
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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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