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Jayshon Powers

Running Back
5′10″ / 175 lbs
Garland, TX
Class of 2022
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Illinois State

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Jason Howell
12 mo ago by Jason Howell
Some DFW stuff
Texas A&M is doing some work in DFW with the commitment of Eli Stowers and keeping themselves in the running for several others like Deuce Harmon, Dametrious Crownover, Armani Winfield, Shemar Turner, Keithian Alexander just to name a few. Here are a few notes on a few more guys you may want to put on the radar.* South Oak Cliff LB/ATH Jaydon Williams visited College Station over the weekend. At 6-2, 200, his quick twitch made him a force off the edge at SOC. He has also been putting in work with True Buzz on the 7-on-7 circuit and you can see he's more than just an edge threat.* A few more names I've been hearing on the A&M radar include Argyle OL Jack Tucker, DeSoto DT Byron Murphy II, and McKinney DE/DL Jonathan Jones. * Tucker is a big-framed, flexible tackle who has been a pretty hot prospect with recent offers coming from Auburn and USC. He earned OL MVP at the Next Level Athlete Camp in Dallas in January.* Murphy continues to be my favorite pure 3-tech in the state. The size has kept some big programs away, but eventually I see his athleticism winning them over. He was incredibly productive in 2019 with 98 tackles, 12 TFLs, 5.5 sacks, 6 QB hurries, 3 FR, and 4 FF.* Jonathan Jones is football/basketball guy at 6-4, 230. His biggest offers right now are Arizona State and Texas Tech, but Oklahoma State has been taking a long look and he recently visited OU. If you're looking for a few under the radar DEs check out Mansfield Timberview 2021 duo Terrell Tilmon and Raam Stevenson. These guys both bring some intriguing size at around 6-4, 200 with some length on their frames. The P5s are taking notice.* If you're looking for a rising star in the metroplex, look no further than Frisco Liberty 2022 WR Evan Stewart. Already this spring he has posted a 21.08 200m, 10.7 100m, a 47-9 triple jump, and a 24-6 long jump. He also did some pretty solid work in the fall with 43 receptions for 757 yards and 7 TDs. He only has offers from Baylor, Kansas, Hawaii, North Texas, and William and Mary. It's safe to say his list will be growing. He's visiting LSU this weekend.* It has been a good long while since the Garland Owls were producing top prospects, but it looks like the 2022 class is going to change that. RB Jayshon Powers, WR Jordan Hudson, and S Chace Biddle are turning heads early in the game, and there are a few more to keep an eye on as well.* Duncanville is incredibly loaded and it will remain that way for the foreseeable future. Not just in the 2021s with several guys receiving major attention, but the 2022 class is ridiculous too. Just look in the trenches: DE Omari Abor (6-4, 240), OL Cameron Williams (6-4, 330), OL Jaylen Early (6-4, 260), TE Marcus Vinson (6-4, 215). All of them already have P5 offers. Then there is 2023 QB Chris Parson who stepped in for an injured Ja'Quinden Jackson to start the state championship game and just picked up an offer from Iowa.


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The TexAgs Recruiting team of Billy Liucci, David Sandhop, Jason Howell, Ryan Brauninger and a host of recruiting interns attends more than 75 games each fall and observes and evaluates every major Texas A&M target, as well as most of the top 150 prospects in the State of Texas. From this evaluation the team draws a rating for each prospect on a scale between 70 and 100.

99-100: Elite national prospect (Five-star)

Considered one of the best prospects in the nation and a likely difference-maker at the collegiate level. Displays all of the physical skills to be a future All-American with potential to be an early-round NFL draft pick.

90-98: Elite state prospect (Four-star)

Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

70-79: Solid prospect (Two-star)

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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