Bryson Donnell
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL

Bryson Donnell

Running Back
5′10″ / 205 lbs
Tyler, TX
Legacy
Class of 2022
Rating: 89
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National Avg
Rating: 87.2
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Texas Tech
Committed
6/22/2021
Arkansas
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Colorado
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Colorado State
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Houston
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Kansas
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Louisiana Lafayette
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Louisiana Tech
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Nevada
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New Mexico
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San Diego State
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Stephen F Austin
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Texas State
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Tulsa
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Utah
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Western Kentucky
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Junior Season 2020

Updates

Recruiting Rankings Update: 10 Texas A&M commits in top 40
2 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
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
Notes and thoughts from my high school visits
This week I stopped by Fort Worth Brewer, Tyler Legacy, Garland, and Garland Naaman ForestTexas A&M offers RB Jamarion Miller, Tyler Legacy - checked in at 5-10, 200, and looks like a feature back. Look for the Aggies to get an unofficial visit this summer. He plans to take official visits to Florida, Oklahoma State, and USC, and he has an unofficial visit planned to Alabama. S Chace Biddle, Garland - Biddle has been out for much of the spring with a foot injury, but coaches have been working him in over the last two weeks. In drills this week his foot did not seem to bother him and he looks like he is returning to normal. He has official visits scheduled to Oklahoma and TCU. He had an official scheduled to Texas A&M but is rescheduling it because it is the same weekend as the Under Armour Future 50. He is currently talking to A&M about June 26-28. DT Bear Alexander, Fort Worth Brewer - He was out sick when I stopped by on Tuesday but the coaches were singing his praises as a player and teammate. When he's on defense, they flat out cannot stop him. As I mentioned on Wednesday, he is committed to Georgia and I wouldn't expect that to change any time soon. I also do not expect A&M to back away any time soon either, and I bet we see him in College Station for a visit or two before everything is said and done. DT/OL Markis Deal, Garland Naaman Forest (2023) - Deal is having a bit of a growth spurt. He now checks in at 6-5, 280 and the offers have been rolling in this spring. It is still very early in the process and he is drawing attention on both sides of the ball. He comes from a family of athletes. His father played DL at UTEP, his mother played basketball and volleyball at UTEP, and both are coaches. His brother Devean just signed with Tulane and drew attention at both DE and TE. I also hear he has a couple of younger siblings to watch for down the road. He is a competitor and he is an athlete. If you didn't see the picture of me with him and his dad, just check out below because you can see just how big he is. They are still trying to figure out their summer travel plans right now, and they are discussing plans to get to College Station. I bet they end up in Aggieland at some point. The Aggies are recruiting Markis on both sides of the ball. Thank you @Jason_Howell for stopping by the 🌲🌲🌲today. It was a pleasure talking with you. #WAM #naaamanexposure #relentless @Webb_Bears @Sellers_Sharks pic.twitter.com/6RFfHnmXuZ— Coach Perales (@CoachP_WAM) May 20, 2021 DB Jordon Johnson-Rubell, Fort Worth Brewer (2024) - Johnson-Rubell is also very early in his recruiting process. He can play both S and CB and he plans to visit Texas A&M this summer. He also has plans to camp/visit at Alabama and Clemson. On the radar RB Bryson Donnell, Tyler Legacy - We have been saying it all week, the 5-10.5, 205-pound back can flat out bring it as well. Texas Tech, Colorado, and Arkansas appear to be the favorites right now, but the Aggies are keeping an eye on him. Look for him to camp this summer. Underclassmen to watch OL Justus Perales, Garland Naaman Forest (2023) - 6-3, 250, the son of Naaman Forest head coach Jesse Perales, mean and nasty in the trenches, has a nice frame and room for growth. Put him on your radars. TE Kamorreun Pimpton, Fort Worth Brewer (2023) - 6-foot-6 and 205, and runs a 4.78 40. He plays WR and TE for Brewer but it does not take much imagination to see him as a TE prospect. DE Tim Muhammad, Garland (2023) - 6-4, 225, and can run. ATH Will Washington, Fort Worth Brewer (2023) - 6-3, 180, runs a 4.58 40 and plays both WR and S OL Angel Martinez, Fort Worth Brewer (2023) - 6-4, 250, flexible with a 6-8.5 wingspan DT Gabriel Williams, Garland 2024 - Solidly built 6-2, 255 and has put together a strong spring. Let's talk about this Fort Worth Brewer 2024 class, there's some real strong prospects in this group. Brewer has not won a playoff game in over 30 years, but I bet good money this group changes that before they leave. Many of these guys saw varsity playing time as a freshman and all are equipped with big time tools. WR Keiran Patrick-Daniels is an electric playmaker who can play several spots on the field. Kind of like an Ainias Smith type. ATH Cameron Clay plays WR, TE, DE at 6-2, 190 and clocks a 4.85 40. Mehki Elmore is a 5-10, 180-pound hard hitting nickel/safety-type with great instincts. OL Adrian Lewis checks in at 6-6, 320 and is just tapping into his vast potential. He is light on his feet with plenty of bend and flexibility. LB Elizjah Richardson is already a leader at 5-10, 205 and DB Trey King passes the eye test at 6-1, 165. Sleepers I'm just going to say the Garland Owls have some talent that college coaches should be all over. Chace Biddle and Jordan Hudson draw all the headlines but there is plenty of talent in that 2022 class. QB Cergio Perez headlines this group for me. He recently committed to South Dakota, but this is a FBS prospect if you ask me. He has been a starter since his freshman year and has thrown for over 2,000 yards in two of those years. He missed that mark by 11 yards as a freshman and he has thrown 20 or more TDs all three seasons. RB Jayshon Powers checks in at 6-0, 185 and runs a 4.45 40. He holds offers from Tulane, Illinois State, and Oklahoma State and has been a varsity playmaker since his freshman year. He also runs track and plays basketball. CB Aaron King checks in at 5-11, 170 pounds and he is a wet blanket to WRs on the field. Kansas and Illinois State have offered but he deserves more looks. Then there is the receiver room. Joining Hudson are Ellis Rogers (6-1, 180), Charles Allen (6-2, 190), and Eric Morrow (6-1, 200). All of these guys have D1 potential.
Three Things: June is near, stop sleeping on Jamarion Miller and more
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: June is near, stop sleeping on Jamarion Miller and more
As he does every Friday morning, Jason Howell shared another edition of his weekly recruiting thoughts. This morning, Howell discusses a pair of Tyler Legacy running backs, his predictions for the month of June and more.
Jason Howell
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
Recruiting notes on a Wednesday
I made a few stops over the last few days and was able to check in on a few top targets. Let's start with Tyler Legacy RB Jamarion Miller. The 2022 RB weighed in at 200-pounds this morning and brings a serious skillset to the table. We already uploaded the interview with Coach Willis and Jamarion and I love the Marshall Faulk comparison. Miller has homerun potential every time he touches the ball and was Legacy's leading rusher and receiver last fall. On the recruiting front, Miller declined to name leaders, but Alabama and Florida are both pushing hard. He has official visits scheduled to Florida, Oklahoma State, and USC, and he is looking at summer unofficials to Alabama and Texas A&M. Like I said the other day, I've heard from a few East Texas sources the Tide and Gators currently hold an edge and relationships are playing a big role in his decision. Honestly this one kind of reminds me of another East Texas recruitment - Haynes King. The Aggies currently appear to have some ground to cover, but I could see them making up ground over time and closing the deal. Coach Robinson and coach Fisher are both involved. One way or another, it sounds very likely he will play his college ball in the SEC. Keep an eye on Tyler Legacy RB Bryson Donnell. He has some serious ability of his own, and plenty of tape to back it up. He is a little bigger than Miller at 5-10.5, 205, and he is more of a physical runner. He has speed of his own as well. He's a 10.9 100m guy and rushed for 1,169 yards and 12 TDs on 165 carries last fall. He also returned kicks. He runs with violence, vision, and balance. He just seems to shred tackles and maintain or even increase his speed. There is some strong interest in the Aggies especially if things pick up. I bet we see him at a camp this summer, and with a strong camp performance I could see him moving up the board. Texas Tech, Colorado and Arkansas seem to be the main players at this point. Yesterday I dropped by Bear Alexander's new home, Fort Worth Brewer. The big DT was out sick yesterday, but he has quickly made his presence felt and is drawing rave reviews for his play. Surprise, he is flat out wrecking practice and has been praised for his work ethic. As for recruiting, he is committed to Georgia and quite frankly I would not expect that to change any time soon. I also expect the Aggies to continue to persist and continue to stay hot on his trail. He was in town for the spring game and I bet he returns to Aggieland before all things are said and done.
2022 RB Bryson Donnell's speed, aggressive style beginning to turn heads
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
2022 RB Bryson Donnell's speed, aggressive style beginning to turn heads
Tyler Legacy 2022 RB Bryson Donnell checks in at 5-10, 205 pounds and already holds several offers, and he has an interest in the Aggies. Donnell spoke to TexAgs about his process, his summer plans and what he brings to the table as a running back.
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