Kamari Wilson
Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL

Kamari Wilson

Safety
6′1″ / 195 lbs
Bradenton, FL
IMG Academy
Class of 2022
Rating: n/a
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National Avg
Rating: 96.6
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Texas A&M
Medium
Florida
Medium
Florida State
Medium
Georgia
Medium
LSU
Medium
Miami
Medium
Alabama
Low
Auburn
Low
Michigan
Low
Notre Dame
Low
Oklahoma
Low
Oregon
Low
Penn State
Low
South Carolina
Low
USC
Low
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Ryan Brauninger
24 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Examining the official visitors: June 24th-27th
The final weekend of a crazy busy month of June will see some really important targets make their way to Aggieland. The Texas A&M staff will be looking to close the month strong as we head into what will likely be a decision heavy July. Here are the names we are expecting in town as official visitors from the 24th through the 27th. You'll notice no commits expected this weekend, either. Also, some of these visits will start on that Thursday and some on Friday. That's why I gave it a three day boundary instead of the normal two. TargetsFrisco OL Cole Hutson Humble Summer Creek OL Kelvin Banks Deer Creek (OK) OL Jacob Sexton Bradenton (FL) DE Jihaad Campbell Essexville (MI) DT Alex VanSumeren Lanett (AL) DT Caden Story Mobile (AL) LB Shemar James Bradenton (FL) S Kamari Wilson Kelvin Banks and Cole Hutson accompany a large group of elite out of state defenders. It'll be interesting to see where the Aggies stand with each one of those defensive guys on the other side of the weekend. Both Campbell and Wilson are IMG Academy products, but Campbell hails from that New Jersey area where the Aggies have had some success under Jimbo Fisher.We'll wrap up these lists tomorrow with a look at the unofficials that we expect as well as some names that we'll be watching when the camps begin in a couple of week.
Ryan Brauninger
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting notes - Thursday lunch
- Bainbridge (GA) CB Deyon Bouie popped up on my radar again yesterday. Like I said when I first mentioned his name, A&M still has a long way to go. However, I'm starting to feel like the chances are increasingly likely that the Aggies get him on campus this summer and/or fall. If that happens, there's a path to adding him to this 2022 class. Just something to file away, but it would be a big deal. - Something we've mentioned here and there is the possibility of A&M maybe adding a second tight end to the class. With Baylor Cupp, Blake Smith, and Fernando Garza all coming off of season ending injuries, I think the thought of pairing Donovan Green with another tight end is something to consider. Some names our recruiting team continues to hear pop up are Carrollton Creekview's Sean Sallis, Lucas Lovejoy's Omari Murdock, and Houston Thomas from College Station High. Also, I'll be interested to see if a guy like Baylor commit Cody Mladenka out of The Woodlands College Park shows up to camp in a couple of weeks. - Talked to a pair of Houston area sources yesterday who independently expressed growing or continued confidence with A&M's chances to land The Woodlands LB Martrell Harris and Ft Bend Marshall WR Chris Marshall. Both are scheduled for June official visits which will be huge for A&M to grab a stranglehold on those recruitments. Martrell has Oklahoma and Notre Dame hot after him, and USC has emerged as the main competition for Marshall. - Beaumont West Brook S Bryce Anderson announced a commitment date of July 4th yesterday on his Instagram. Bryce had previously told me that he would make a decision later in the calendar - perhaps during the presentation of his Under Armour All American jersey. The reason for that was because he had scheduled an official visit to Michigan during the season due to his relationship with Maurice Linguist. Now that Mo is gone to Buffalo, I don't believe he'll make that trip. In my view of where things now stand, I think Bryce will take his OV to A&M next month with the Aggies having work to do. I haven't always felt that way, even with much of the media penciling him into the Texas class. However, I do now feel like there are too many little nuanced details indicating the Aggies trail at the moment. Is it an insurmountable lead? Absolutely not. In fact, I can envision a scenario where these June officials leave Bryce with too much to think about or where he wants to see how each program performs this fall and subsequently delays his decision a little more. - Staying at safety, I've got a sneaking suspicion A&M lands one of these highly regarded out of state kids. I don't know which one it'll be, but the way it's unfolding feels awfully similar to a few of Jimbo's previous big out of state wins. For the record, I'm talking about Xavier Nwankpa, Kamari Wilson, and Keon Sabb.
Around the SEC: Recruiting news and trends
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around the SEC: Recruiting news and trends
It's time to take a look around at the biggest pick-ups on the recruiting front as well as some of the top recruiting news and notes from around the SEC. Jason Howell details that and more in this week's Around the SEC.
Ryan Brauninger
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Monday recruiting notes and thoughts
- Texas A&M has found themselves on a few 'Top Schools' lists recently. A heavy dose of those have come from prospects who reside outside the borders of the state of Texas. In case you needed a recap, here's who included the Aggies in their recent cuts:Bradenton (FL) S Kamari Wilson Altoona (IA) S Xavier Nwankpa Bradenton (FL) DT Dominick James I spoke to a national source on both Wilson and James. While my conversations made me believe that other schools were probably the favorite for both of those, I left the conversation feeling like A&M could absolutely land one of those two. Nwankpa has family in Texas, and the self guided trip he took earlier this season (along with the ongoing efforts of Mike Elko) have done a whole lot to help the Aggies' chances. I've got a couple texts out on James. He's a Prattville, Alabama native, and the Aggies have a few solid connections in that area. If I get a response back soon on how that one is going, I'll update it later in the thread. - A&M was also included in the final 5 for Pilot Point ATH Ish Harris. Texas, Oklahoma, Michigan, and Miami rounded out the group. Both Jason and I continue to feel very good about where the Aggies sit on this one heading into the summer. I'd expect a decision to happen in this one before fall camp begins in August after Ish has taken his officials. - Jimbo Fisher and Darrell Dickey don't take much time off in looking for quarterbacks. While they continue to put a high value on Eli Holstein out of Zachary (LA), there are a few other names popping up in terms of A&M interest in that 2023 class. Two guys that have surfaced on my radar are Strake Jesuit's Bryce Fucik as well as Choctaw (OK) gunslinger Steele Wasel. I'm expecting to see both of those kids (along with Holstein) in College Station this summer for camp. - Lastly, we are kind of in a weird spot of the recruiting calendar. While Jason and I will continue to hit some high schools this month, it feels like everyone is just waiting around for visits and camps to open back up. We are kind of in a holding pattern at the moment. Things should really ramp up around this time next month though. I, for one, am very much looking forward to it. It'll be good to have normalcy back on the calendar for these kids and their parents.
Thursday Thoughts, Part 1: NFL Draft, recruiting lists, talent at the top & more
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Thursday Thoughts, Part 1: NFL Draft, recruiting lists, talent at the top & more
With the NFL Draft just over a week away, Billy Liucci shares his thoughts on Kellen Mond and other NFL-hopeful Aggies, offers some recruiting analysis, discusses the steady increase in elite talent in Jimbo Fisher's program and more.
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