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Brayden Schager

6′2″ / 195 lbs
Dallas, TX
Highland Park
Class of 2021
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Highlights: Denton Ryan beats undefeated Highland Park in Regional Final
Junior Season Highlights


Highlights: Denton Ryan beats undefeated Highland Park in Regional Final
5 mo ago by Walker Lott
Highlights: Denton Ryan beats undefeated Highland Park in Regional Final
A list of high school recruits, including 2022 DT Bear Alexander, were in action as Denton Ryan knocked off Highland Park, 17-7, on Friday at Globe Life Park.
Ryan Brauninger
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Saturday evening recruiting notes
I was able to scrounge around and pick up a few things today. - As many of you know, North Shore QB Dematrius Davis is scheduled to announce a commitment tomorrow morning. Most folks think the likely destination is Auburn, but I wouldn't rule out a UH selection either. Regardless, the influence it would have the A&M class is in regards to Davis' close friend and teammate Shadrach Banks. From what I've been told, the Aggie staff has continued to stay on Shad in terms of communications and continuing to show him how much he's valued at A&M. While my bet would be that Jimbo and company hold on to Banks, it would not surprise me to see him take a trip with Davis in the future. It also wouldn't surprise me to see Davis turn up in College Station again before the cycle is over. - Speaking of quarterbacks, I have heard two more in-state names of interest if A&M decides to take another signal caller in this group. Keep an eye on Highland Park's Brayden Schager and PN-G's Blake Bost. Both of those are kids who have seen massive jumps in terms of mass and body composition over the course of this offseason. Obviously, if the staff does want to take another QB, they'd have an outstanding shot with Bost with his older brother being a member of the Aggie baseball team. He camped in College Station last summer and turned some heads on the coaching staff at 170 pounds. He's now over 200. - A greater Houston offensive lineman that hasn't gotten much attention until recently is Dickinson's Canon Boone. At 6-4, 275 pounds, Boone is an intriguing center type product. Mississippi State recently came in and made an offer. While I don't expect to see any movement in terms of A&M just yet, I'd put his name next to guys like Bogota's Cole Carson, Highland Park's Jack Leyrer, and Ft Bend Christian's Remington Strickland as guys to watch as things begin to unfold down the road. - Got a note passed to me earlier this afternoon that Southaven (MS) WR Isaiah Brevard had a really productive talk with OC Darrell Dickey this week. Nothing earth shattering there, but it's a name we haven't brought up in a while. - Continue to hear good things about A&M's recent progress with Magnolia OL Matthew Wykoff and Canonsburg (PA) S Donovan McMillon. Looch mentioned Donovan during his big snapshot earlier this week as an out-of-state candidate to find his future home in College Station, and that position has only been hammered home further by the kid's virtual visit during the week as well as his recent conversations with Mike Elko and Jimbo Fisher.
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
1 yr 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.
Jason Howell
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Some Sunday recruiting stuff
Some recruiting stuff I'm hearing out thereThere has been a lot of talk about Garland Lakeview Centennial five-star 2021 running back Camar Wheaton narrowing his options, and he may just do that in the next month or so. That said, right now I would say his recruiting process is still very wide open. After talking to a few sources close to his process major programs in Texas and Oklahoma are likely to play big roles in his recruiting process due to their proximity to the DFW-area and family. Talk of teams pulling away seems to be premature at this point.Aledo wide receiver JoJo Earle received an offer from Texas A&M on Friday and then Saturday he dropped a top five of Oklahoma, TCU, Ohio State, Alabama, and LSU. It was a bit surprising Texas was left out of his list because the Longhorns and LSU have been widely speculated to lead the way. It sounds like the change in offensive staff at Texas is what has them off his list right now. As for the Aggies, when the offer was extended I felt the Aggies were playing from behind since other top programs had already offered, but I do get the sense there is still time. I would not count out Earle making a campus visit. If the Aggies can get him on campus things start to look up. Dallas Skyline 2021 Quaydarius Davis has put the Aggies in his top five, but if I am making predictions I bet he ends up back at Texas when it is all said and done. Dallas Kimball 2021 CB Ishmael Ibraheem received an invitation to the Under Armour All-American game today. He has had Texas A&M high on his list of schools. Today he admitted the departure of Mo Linguist hit him pretty hard. That said, he still likes what the Aggies have to offer and several strong bonds in College Station. If I had to guess I'm pretty sure he will be one of the first calls for whoever is named cornerbacks coach, and I would also look for him to get to campus before the February dead period.A few notes from the last few daysTrench Warfare camp-Arlington Bowie 2022 OL Devon Campbell is one big, mean dude with some long arms. I see him as an OG prospect and Texas has an early edge. He grew up a longhorn fan and current Longhorn Tope Imade is a former Bowie Vol he looked up to. He already holds an offer from Texas and plans to visit soon. was the best overall prospect at the camp, but Mansfield Timberview 2021 OL Joshua Atkins had the best day from what I saw. He checks in at 6-4, 280 and has a long reach. He was light on his feet and won the great majority of his reps throughout the day. He currently holds an offer from Liberty.-Argyle 2022 OL Sheridan Wilson is also one to watch. He started at RT for Agyle and was named district newcomer of the year. He was the MVP of last year's trench warfare camp and he had another excellent showing. First off he passed the eyeball test with a mullet, a head band, and a porn stache. Then he was light on his feet and handled business in one-on-ones. His dad played at Auburn and his brother, Preston Wilson, is currently at Oklahoma State. Sheridan is 6-4, with a nice frame and I like him as an OC possibility. high upside award goes to Rowlett 2022 DE Micheal Ibukun-Okeyode. He was a lean 6-foot-5, 215 pounds. He is young and raw but he flashed some nice athleticism. He showed some quickness, flexibility, and a nice little spin move. His length is very intriguing. As he gets in the weight room and improves his strength and he adds weight to his frame, he is a guy I could see developing into a major prospect. Pylon 7on7Here's a few standouts, and yes, I definitely focused in on a few teams while I was out there.WR Phaizon Wilson, Lancaster - 2022 - Just recently added Kansas to his offer list. At 6-3, 205, he is quick off the ball, has an effortless stride, and he attacks the ball. He was an every-down, every-situation threat for Team Grind. Kansas and Texas Tech have jumped on him early. He is also a standout basketball player for Lancaster. Isaiah Nwokobia, Dallas Skyline - 2021 - He may not have an ounce of fat on him and he was showed some great instincts and ball skills on the back end of the Team Grind defense. CB Malik Muhammad, Dallas South Oak Cliff - 2023 - He looked right at home playing against the best of the best for Team Grind. There's a reason he has already received several college offers and coaches at SOC are singing his praises. He was on point every time I focused on him. QB Brayden Schager, Dallas Highland Park - 2021 - In case you were wondering, yes, Highland Park has another QB who is going to play high level college football. He can make all the throws and he plays a smart brand of football. He has been a leader for Team Grind the last few years. QB Nick Evers, Flower Mound - 2022 - Evers is the son of former Texas A&M basketball walk-on Derrick Evers and he has shown quite a bit of ability. This weekend he threw with touch and accuracy and may have had the prettiest deep ball I saw all weekend as he worked with Texas Flex. He checks in at 6-3, 180.QB Garrett Nussmeier, Flower Mound Marcus - 2021 - Nussmeier continues to impress at every turn. He has the ability to fit the ball in some tight windows and he throws from multiple arm slots. He made some creative plays this weekend for Texas Flex.CB Ishmael Ibraheem, Dallas Kimball - 2021 - He was in lockdown mode all weekend for Texas Flex. other notes- Jordan Crook hit a growth spirt. The 2022 LB just transferred from Bishop Dunne to Duncanville and he is a legit 6-foot, 220. That's up from about 5-10 this summer. He looks the part and he is excited to get to work at Duncanville. Duncanville's LBs are going to be flat out nasty. Crook, Kendrick Blackshire, and JD Thursby all hold high major offers. QB Alex Orji has transferred from Bishop Dunne to Sachse. He is the younger brother of former Rockwall LBs Anfernee and Alston Orji. He transferred from Rockwall to Bishop Dunne for the 2019 season and spent some time on defense as well as offense.


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