Jaydan Hardy
Status:
Signed

Jaydan Hardy

Safety
6′0″ / 175 lbs
Lewisville, TX
Lewisville
Class of 2024
Rating: 90
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National Avg
Rating: 92.2
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Oklahoma
Signed
Texas A&M
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Alabama
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Arizona
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Arkansas
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Baylor
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Florida
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Illinois State
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Kansas
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LSU
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Miami
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Michigan State
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Mississippi State
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Missouri
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North Texas
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Ole Miss
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Oregon
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Penn State
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SMU
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TCU
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Tennessee
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Texas
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USC
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Wisconsin
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Videos

(4 Total)
2024 safety Jaydan Hardy provides recruiting update after 43-3 playoff win
Highlights: DBs Javien Toviano, Jaydan Hardy put talents on display
Chapter 2
Chapter 3

Updates

Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
5 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
College football season is in full swing across the state and the nation, but recruiting never stops as plenty of moves are being made as things continue to heat up across Texas. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the recruiting front from across the Lone Star state.
Jason Howell
7 mo ago by Jason Howell
Recruiting notes and thoughts from Friday night
Let's start from the top and that means Lewisville 2025 OL Michael Fasusi. Right now the Aggies have some ground to make up. To put it simply he currently likes what he has seen and been hearing from other programs more.He mentioned Oklahoma, Texas, Oregon, Ohio State, USC, and Missouri as programs showing a lot of interest and coming on the strongest. He also mentioned Ohio State, Tennessee, and Missouri as programs he would like to visit. He was wearing Texas gloves and in talking to different people around Lewisville the Longhorns definitely have his attention. However, the school I'm watching the closest and the program I would give the edge on everyone is Oklahoma. Coach Bedenbaugh specifically has done a great job of developing that relationship and relaying his vision for him.As for the Aggies, I would say they are on the outside of his favorite schools. I'm not saying that cannot change, but that is currently my read on things. As for last night, he was all you would expect out of one of the best OLs in the country, and he was not 100-percent. He came into the day not feeling well and throwing up. It did not slow him much if any at all. His physical build and frame make him stand out right out of the gate. He has a strong and powerful lower body, but he is also light on his feet. He continues to grow in the game and while he is a bright smile off the field he plays with a nasty, physical edge on the field. He moves from the left side to the right with ease, can play inside or out, or even line up at wing as an extra blocker, and he is just a fun prospect to watch grow and develop.He lives up to the billing as a top prospect.************Fasusi was not the only OL I was there to watch last night. I was also there to see Flower Mound 2026 OL Drew Evers. He spent time at OT and as one of the youngest players on the field he looked right at home paving the way out there. He checks in at 6-4 with a solid build and has potential and versatility to play any position along the offensive front.He will be at Texas A&M today and Alabama, SMU, Texas, Oklahoma, and Michigan are a few coming on strong. I can say I heard great things about the communication they have had and the relationships they are building with coaches Steve and Louie Addazio and coach Robert Luce. Evers received his Texas A&M offer after a strong camp performance and he returned to College Station for the Pool Party.************Back to the Lewisville side. Another Lewisville prospect who continues to make a strong impression on me is 2024 cornerback and Arizona State commit Tony-Louis Nkuba. At 6-foot-1, 170, Nkuba caught my attention in a big way last fall because every time I showed up to watch Lewisville he made plays. Every time he did something big. He picked off passes, he came up against the run, he jumped routes, and just put himself in position to make plays. In doing so, he went from not on my radar at all to firmly planted on radar.He also impressed during the camp season against some of the region's best and brightest. This spring he earned CB MVP honors at the Next Level Athlete camp in Dallas which has been one of my favorite camps for years, and while I did not see his performance at the Dallas Rivals Camp, he also earned DB MVP there. Last night, in addition to playing a heck of a game, I found out he is only 16 and he will not turn 17 until December, which is also when he will graduate. I will say that again, he is only 16 years old and he is about to graduate early and head to college. He is also fairly new to the game of football. He did not grow up playing the game. He is originally from the Congo, and he has only been playing the game for about six years. He has quickly taken to the sport and he has done everything he can to learn and grow in the game. As mentioned above he is currently committed to Arizona State, and over the course of his recruiting process he also earned offers from Arkansas, Cal, Houston, Oregon State, SMU, Texas Tech, and UTSA. if you ask me, the Sun Devils have themselves a steal. We currently have him rated as a high 3-star and No. 62 in the TexAgs Texas top 100, but learning his age and hearing more of his story definitely has me liking his upside more and more. ************The Lewisville secondary has produced quite a few talents over the last few years and they have another one to watch. 2026 cornerback Dylan Davis checks in at 6-0, 170 and he is the first off the bench to spell Nkuba or Oklahoma commit Jaydan Hardyhttps://www.hudl.com/video/3/16611241/64fbf1295797310da0f9a6aeIn addition to his workouts at Lewisville he trains with one of the top DB trainers in the country Coach Flight who also trains and has trained Kobe Black, Christian Gonzalez, Deuce Harmon, and Peyton and Eli Bowen.************More notes-Big time congratulations goes out to Lewisville QB and Jackson State commit Ethan Terrell. Last night he established a new Lewisville record for wins as a starting quarterback. Last night was his 26th win as a starter for the Farmers. With tonight's win, Ethan Terrell surpassed Chad Nelson as the winningest QB in Lewisville High School history. #FarmerPride pic.twitter.com/A9cbRcPEbw— Lewisville Football (@LHSFball) September 23, 2023 -The Lewisville OL is one of my favorites, especially those returning starters. There's not only Fasusi, but San Diego State commit Devin Love, 2024 OG and multi-year starter Xavion Davis, and 2025 OL Sean Hutton, who has been a standout at a few different spots. -Tulsa commit and Lewisville 2024 RB Viron Ellison had himself an impressive game. He had 14 carries for 119 yards and four receptions for 35 yards and a score.-OU commit Jaydan Hardy did his thing too. He got it done on offense with two TD receptions and he also made his presence felt on defense.
Analyzing Texas A&M's defensive recruiting efforts in the class of 2024
10 mo ago by Jason Howell
Analyzing Texas A&M's defensive recruiting efforts in the class of 2024
The Fightin' Texas Aggies currently have seven defensive prospects committed in the class of 2024 as Jimbo Fisher & Co. continue building their current recruiting haul. TexAgs' senior recruiting analyst Jason Howell takes stock of the Aggies' efforts on defense.
Around the SEC: Recruiting News & Trends
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Around the SEC: Recruiting News & 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.
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
Whether it's spring football or the rising class of 2024, plenty of moves are being made as things continue to heat up across Texas. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the recruiting front from across the Lone Star state.
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