Garret Rangel
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL

Garret Rangel

Quarterback
6′3″ / 175 lbs
Frisco, TX
Lone Star
Class of 2022
Rating: 89
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National Avg
Rating: 88.3
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Oklahoma State
Committed
2/12/2021
Houston
None
Missouri State
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Nevada
None
North Texas
None
Northwestern
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Tulsa
None
Vanderbilt
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Virginia Tech
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Videos

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Garret Rangel Junior Season Highlights

Updates

Recruiting Rankings Update: 10 Texas A&M commits in top 40
12 days ago by Jason Howell
Recruiting Rankings Update: 10 Texas A&M commits in top 40
There have been plenty of shake-ups in the recruit rankings as of late, and Jason Howell has the latest ranking updates from recruits all across the state in the 2022 and 2023 high school classes, as well as a 2024 watch list.
Jason Howell
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
My Three Things
*Right now, I feel the best about Texas A&M's chances WR Chris Marshall, Missouri City (TX) Fort Bend MarshallWR Kojo Antwi, Suwanee (GA) LambertOL Mark Nabou, Seattle (WA) O'DeaDL Jadon Scarlett, Flower Mound (TX) Coram DeoDT Bear Alexander, Fort Worth (TX) BrewerLB Ish Harris, Pilot Point (TX)CB Deyon Bouie, Bainbridge (GA)S Jarred Kerr, Lexington (TX)QB Eli Holstein, Zachary (LA) - 2023*A few questions answered-Yes, Texas A&M is on commit watch this weekend-Yes, I still like A&M's chances with Bryce Anderson even though he is not on the list above.-Tyler Legacy's Jamarion Miller is the current RB target I think the Aggies have the best chance to sign.-Over/Under commitments for the weekend, I'll go with 2. -OL Kelvin Banks is my most important OV this weekend. Not that the others aren't but Banks is at the top of my priority list this weekend.-DE Ernest Cooper IV is the prospect I think the Aggies have a chance to make the biggest move with this weekend. Coming off his OV to Stanford, the Aggies get their shot.-IMG Academy DE Jihaad Campbell is a visitor I don't think is being talked about enough. He seems to be flying under the radar, but the Aggies are squarely in the mix and have the last visit. His other visits? Just Clemson, Florida, Ohio State, and Georgia.*I love the Texas State 7on7 Championships-Wear lots of sunscreen, bring plenty of water, and be ready to take in some of the state's top talents-Texas A&M commitment Conner Weigman of Bridgeland is the top rated QB on hand this weekend-You will not want to miss QB talents Cade Klubnik (Austin Westlake, Clemson) and Garret Rangel (Frisco Lone Star, Oklahoma State)-Garland's Jordan Hudson is the most dynamic receiver in the field, and he can also be a lock-up defender at CB. Lake Travis WR and Ohio State commit Caleb Burton is also must see.-Austin Westlake is my favorite to win it all. Strong QB and an offense suited for 7on7-Frisco Lone Star is my darkhorse team. See Westlake but a little more under the radar-DeSoto has the best WR corp with Oregon commit Stephon Johnson, 2023s Johntay Cook and Dahlyn Jones, and top 2024 Kam Robinson. If QB clicks into place, and they do have talent there, they are more than capable of a big run. The defense is also pretty stout.-Hebron's Takoda Bridges and Lone Star's Ashton Jeanty are two under recruited prospects with skillsets suited for them to make big waves over the weekend.-Uncommitted Prospect of most interest to Texas A&M fans: Bryce Anderson, Beaumont West Brook-Do yourself a favor and go check out these top underclassmenxQB Jackson Arnold, Denton Guyer (2023)xDB Peyton Bowen, Denton Guyer (2023)xDB Ryan Yaites, Denton Guyer (2023)xQB Bo Edmundson, Lake Travis (2023)xWR Ashton Cozart, Flower Mound Marcus (2023)xRB Elijah Jackson, Archer City (2024)xRB Jaylen Boardley, Texarkana Pleasant Grove (2024)xQB Mabrey Mettauer, The Woodlands (2024)xQB Cole Welliver, Flower Mound Marcus (2024)xCB Mario Buford, DeSoto (2024)xWR Jalen Shelley, Frisco Lone Star (2024)xTE Lance Jackson, Texarkana Pleasant Grove (2025)*Bonus: I listed 2023 QB Eli Holstein in the first list, but he is not the only 2023 I feel like the Aggies are well positioned for at this early point in the process. Here's a few moreOL Harris Sewell, Odessa (TX) PermianDL David Hicks, Allen (TX)DL Will Norman, Camden, NJ/IMG AcademyDL Derrick LeBlanc, Kissimmee (FL) OsceolaDL Jordan Renaud, Lewisville (TX)LB Anthony Hill, Denton (TX) Ryan CB Javien Toviano, Arlington (TX) Martin
Jason Howell
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Stopped by Frisco Lone Star
Frisco Lone Star has quickly emerged as one of the top programs in the DFW area under coach Jeff Rayburn's watch. They have also produced some quality talent with QB Jason Shelley, LB Nicholas Bolton, and WR Marvin Mims, and last fall RB Jaden Nixon signed with Oklahoma State. This fall the headliner is undoubtedly 2022 QB and Oklahoma State commit Garret Rangel. Rangel needs no introduction. He has been on the recruiting scene since becoming a sophomore starter, and he is regarded as one of the top 5 QBs in Texas. He is a strong leader who can make all the throws, and I could see him developing nicely in Stillwater. Now for potential Texas A&M targets. There is no clear-cut favorite to be the next Texas A&M target but there are some really intriguing prospects I could see the Aggies watching closely over the next several classes. Let's start with some potential 2022 sleepers. S Devin Turner is one guy to watch. He checks in at 6-2, 190 and he has the size and range college coaches look for and right now he is the prospect outside of Rangel receiving the most college attention. He is standout on both sides of the ball but S is where he shines. He already holds P5 offers from Missouri, Minnesota, Duke, Northwestern, Arizona, and Kansas, and I could see him blowing up this summer on the camp circuit. He competed in the long jump, triple jump, and 110 hurdles on the track with personal bests of 15.68 (110 hurdles), 21-11.5 (long jump), and 45-6 (triple jump). RB Ashton Jeanty is another I could see blowing up on the summer camp circuit. At a stout 5-9, 200, he definitely looks the part, but he is flying under the radar because most of his tape is at receiver. In 2020 he was Lone Star's leading receiver with over 800 yards and a first-team all-district performer, and as his RB video makes the rounds I could see his stock skyrocketing. This spring he clocked an 11.0 100m and he recorded a 23-3 long jump. Personally I love the build and the versatile skillset, and I see him as a P5 prospect. He currently holds offers from Army, Navy, Air Force, New Mexico, Tulsa, North Texas, Dartmouth, Penn, and Sam Houston. https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1384182649334337542?s=20There are a few underclassmen to watch as well. 2023 ATH Bruce Mitchell is the most established on the recruiting scene. He transferred to Lone Star from Dallas Parrish Episcopal where he was a standout on offense and defense. He checks in at 6-1, 185 and he is being recruited at both DB and WR by college coaches which is why he we list him as an ATH. He started 9 games at CB and recorded 60 tackles, 10 PBUs, and an INT. I like him as a safety and look forward to seeing what he does on the summer camp circuit. He already holds offers from Liberty and Illinois State. 2023 WR Braydan Tatum is another prospect to watch. He checks in at 6-foot-3 and 175-pounds, and he has some intriguing physical tools. The size catches the eye, and as a former basketball player, he is twitchy athlete. He is a raw prospect right now, but he will be fun to keep an eye on as he develops. Staying in 2023 I have my eye on Evan Stein. The 6-3, 215-pound TE/H-back is the kind of gritty versatile weapon who can slip through the cracks when it comes to recruiting rankings. Still, his skillset has P5 potential and in the right offense he could be a valuable Swiss Army knife. The prospect with the most upside is 2024 WR Jalen Shelley. If the name sounds familiar it is because he is the younger brother of former Lone Star QB Jason Shelley. He is easy to spot at 6-foot-6 and 170-pounds, and his size and athleticism have people around the Lone Star program very excited. Long and rangy, he dominated freshman and JV ball before moving up to varsity last fall, and he has the potential to be a big weapon for Rangel this fall. At his size it should be no surprise he is a standout on the basketball court. https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1384178849080963075?s=20
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
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 recruiting never stops in this great state. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the Lone Star state recruiting front.
Jason Howell
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Recruiting notes and thoughts from Camp Bullitt
Go ahead and write down the name Markis Deal. The 6-3, 267-pound defensive lineman has the makings of a national prospect. Syracuse is his only offer right now, but I expect him to reel them in from all over the country by the time it is all said and done. He is a guy I really wanted to see going into the weekend and he did not disappoint. He looks the part, and he moved incredibly well for a guy that size. He was my favorite prospect out of the OL/DL group. I could easily see him being a Texas A&M target in the future.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1282386426609442816?s=20The only Texas A&M offer at the camp was Frisco Liberty 2022 WR Evan Stewart, and he was my favorite receiver of the day. His skill set is made for camp one-on-ones and there was not a defensive back on hand who could handle his combination of speed and quickness. This is the fourth time I have seen him since June and he never disappoints. Strong hands, quick and precise routes, and he plays with a swagger. Flower Mound 2022 QB Nick Evers continues to raise his profile. He checked in at 6-3, 189 on Saturday and then he put on a show on Sunday. His deep ball has been one of my favorites, but he is throwing with touch, precision, and zip right now. He was on his game Sunday in a loaded QB group. As mentioned above the QB group was my favorite overall group with top prospects in several classes. Elite 11 QB Grayson James took home MVP honors and he definitely handled business. As mentioned above Evers was a standout. Rockwall 2022 Braedyn Locke looked sharp as did Frisco Lone Star 2022 Garret Rangel. Both already hold P5 offers. In 2023 Red Oak's Chris Parson threw with precision and in the 2024 class Denton Ryan's Khalon Davis has established himself as a prospect to watch. A new name for me was Frisco Liberty 2022 DE Chika Ugoh. He checks in right around 6-2.5, 6-3 and 215-pounds and his junior film does not do him justice. On Sunday he showed some twitchiness to his game. He moved well during drills and during one-on-ones he was explosive off the edge.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1282393343796948993?s=20This was also the first time I got to see Garland Naaman Forest 2021 DL Tommy Dunn, and someone is going to get a steal. He spent a lot of time at TE but he is now dedicating himself to DT and at 6-3, 287 he was impressive. Right now he holds offers from Kansas, UTSA, Rice, Air Force, Navy, and Columbia, and that needs to change. This guy has P5 written all over him.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1282390106649833478?s=20Other prospects who caught my attention RB Aaron Dumas, El Paso Americas (2021)RB Zach Evans, Rockwall-Heath (2022)RB Major Everhart, Amarillo Tascosa (2022)RB Brian Okoye, Sachse (2022)WR Jalen Hale, Longview (2022)WR Bruce Mitchell, Dallas Parish Episcopal (2023)DE Kyler Jordan, Lubbock Cooper (2022)
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Career Stats

Season Cmp Att Yds TD Int Cmp% Yds TD Rush
2020
JR
188 272 2,429 27 5 69.1 131 1 43
2019
SO
279 403 4,855 50 10 69.2 -9 - 2
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