Omari Abor
Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL

Omari Abor

Defensive End
6′4″ / 255 lbs
Duncanville, TX
Duncanville
Class of 2022
Rating: 95
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National Avg
Rating: 95.2
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Medium
Alabama
Medium
06/25/2021
Arizona State
Medium
Arkansas
Medium
Auburn
Medium
Colorado
Medium
Georgia
Medium
Kansas
Medium
LSU
Medium
06/11/2021
Michigan
Medium
Missouri
Medium
North Texas
Medium
Ohio State
Medium
06/04/2021
Oklahoma
Medium
Oklahoma State
Medium
SMU
Medium
TCU
Medium
Texas
Medium
Washington
Medium
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Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
In-Home Visit: 2022 Defensive Fantasy Draft
Highlights: Turner, DeSoto fall to Duncanville in 6A Regional Final bout
Omari Abor Regular Seaon 2019

Updates

Jason Howell
23 hrs ago by Jason Howell
Some Sunday recruiting notes
A little more on Duncanville's Omari Abor. I talked to a few sources and it sounds like OU may be sliding back a little, and LSU and Alabama are coming on the strongest right now. In my conversation with him it was pretty clear Alabama made an impression on his visit. We will see where the Aggies fit into the mix after the BBQ weekend, but I did get the sense he was genuinely undecided. A few things he does know is he plans to enroll at his college of choice in January, he plans to announce at the Under Armour game, and he will take an official visit to USC in the fall. Yesterday he did not work out but he definitely passed the eyeball test. I know he talked about coming off an injury and gaining a little weight during his OVs, but he looks like he is a solid 255 and he felt like he was ready for a big season on the field. While Abor is planning to take his time with the decision-making process, Argyle defensive lineman Jadon Scarlett is making plans with Texas A&M, Oklahoma, and Mizzou forming his finalists. Scarlett has not set a date, but he has said a decision is coming soon. The Aggies have had a strong position in this one throughout and barring an upset I think the Aggies are his choice. We'll continue to monitor for a timeline, but coach Price, coach Robinson, and the Texas A&M staff seem to have positioned themselves well in this one. Staying on the defensive line I got to see 2023 D-end commit Anthony James yesterday too. He is moving really well and seems to have a different confidence to him these days. He currently checks in at 6-5, 240 and he has hit the recruiting trail hard. I know he has been in regular communication with key targets Anthony Hill, David Hicks, and Rueben Owens in particular. James is also excited to get back down to Aggieland to re-unite with QB commit Eli Holstein at the BBQ next weekend.Texas A&M commit and 2023 Wylie East standout Anthony James (@AntJamesII) having a little fun in the sand #GigEm pic.twitter.com/jmtfVx4aAt— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) July 25, 2021 Here's a few BBQ notes for you guys. It looks like there is going to be a strong contingent of d-linemen. In addition to 2023 commit Anthony James and 2022 standout Omari Abor, 2022 DT Bear Alexander has plans to make his second summer visit to Texas A&M, as do 2023 DL Jordan Renaud and 2024 Caleb Mitchell. A couple of guys not expected to be in town for the BBQ are key 2022 target Ernest Cooper IV and 2023 five-star David Hicks. Do not read too much into their absence. Both have been in communication with the staff, and make no mistake the Aggies remain very much involved and in good standing with both prospects. And last but not least, I was at the Trench Warfare Last Dance camp yesterday and one prospect jumped out to me as a prospect I could eventually see emerging on Texas A&M's radar. Big 6-6.5, 335-pound Frisco Wakeland 2023 Connor Stroh. He was injured last year so he does not have a lot of tape, but he showed well at camp. He brings plenty of size to the table, but he also showed he was light on his feet and has good bend and flexibility and he plays with some nice grit. I want to see how he continues to develop but he has some very real tools. Nice rep here between 2023s Carson Dean (@carsontdean) and Connor Stroh (@stroh_connor) @twftraining @TrustMyEyesO @HebronFootball @WHSFBRecruiting pic.twitter.com/gazDj9RPuE— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) July 24, 2021
2022 Duncanville DE Omari Abor planning trip to Texas A&M
1 day ago by Jason Howell
2022 Duncanville DE Omari Abor planning trip to Texas A&M
Five-star 2022 Duncanville defensive end Omari Abor has caught the attention of many high-profile programs around the country. He has family in the College Station area and is interested in learning more about the Texas A&M program and coaching staff.
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
It is summertime and the recruiting trails have been as hot as the June Texas sun. Offers are going out, commitments are being made, and legislation is being passed, and it is time to check out the latest news and notes from across the state.
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
1 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.
Three Things: Gut picks for 2022 prospects, spring thoughts & more
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Gut picks for 2022 prospects, spring thoughts & more
As he does every Friday morning, Jason Howell shared another round of his weekly recruiting thoughts during this edition of his Three Things. This week, Howell made some gut picks for a handful of 2022 prospects, his takeaways from the spring and much more.
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