Jaden Rashada
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL

Jaden Rashada

Quarterback
6′4″ / 185 lbs
Pittsburg, CA
Pittsburg
Class of 2023
Rating: n/a
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National Avg
Rating: 96.6
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Miami
Committed
6/26/2022
06/21/2022
Texas A&M
None
06/03/2022
Arizona
None
Arizona State
None
Arkansas
None
Auburn
None
BYU
None
California
None
Colorado
None
Florida
None
06/07/2022
Fresno State
None
Georgia Tech
None
Grambling
None
Houston
None
Kansas
None
LSU
None
06/05/2022
Michigan State
None
Nevada
None
Oklahoma
None
Ole Miss
None
04/22/2022
Oregon
None
Oregon State
None
Penn State
None
Purdue
None
San Diego State
None
San Jose State
None
Stanford
None
Tennessee
None
UCLA
None
Utah
None
Washington
None
Washington State
None
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Videos

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Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Freshman Year Highlights

Updates

Three Things: High-profile prospects to like, random thoughts & more
4 days ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: High-profile prospects to like, random thoughts & more
As he does every Friday morning, TexAgs' senior recruiting analyst Jason Howell offered up another round of his weekly recruiting thoughts. In this edition of his three things, Howell shared some names to watch, his take on Arch Manning's commitment to Texas and more.
Ryan Brauninger
15 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting notes from last weekend
Texas A&M welcomed in a whole host of top talent from across the country last weekend in both an official and unofficial capacity. I'll have a few interviews upcoming, but I was able to make some phone calls throughout the day and night yesterday and have pulled together a few notes. Here's what I've got…- First of all, I don't think we will see immediate action in terms of someone jumping in the boat. That isn't to say the weekend wasn't a success because based on what you'll read below, it absolutely was. However, while you can't completely rule it out because of the fluid nature of recruiting, I am not anticipating a commitment in the next week or so. - Long time OL target Harris Sewell made the trip down from west Texas for his official visit. We should have some quotes from him about his time in College Station soon, but based on what I'm hearing, this thing is down to a two horse race between the Aggies and Clemson. The Tigers staff has done a fantastic job forming and building a relationship with Sewell, and that is currently the main factor keeping Clemson near the top. Now, that's not to say he's got a bad relationship with A&M at all. In fact, I think Steve Addazio, Jimbo Fisher, and Colton Thomasson have been huge assets for the Aggies up to this point, and their influence will only grow coming off the official visit. Obviously, staying in the state of Texas and playing in the SEC are big feathers in the Aggie hats here. - A Florida source I spoke with today felt really good about A&M's chances to ultimately land standout Ft Lauderdale WR Hykeem Williams, who arrived in College Station last Friday on an unofficial and isn't leaving until Wednesday. To paraphrase my contact, "This thing isn't even a two horse race. It's a one horse race, and that horse is Texas A&M." I don't think Miami and Alabama are going to let this one go that easy, though. I'm hoping to have something from Hykeem himself this week. - Speaking of two horse races, it's starting to shape up as one for talented CB Tony Mitchell out of Alabama. Tony made another trip to College Station this weekend on an unofficial visit, and he had a full itinerary for his weekend in Aggieland. Part of those plans included a trip over to Olsen Field to watch A&M punch their ticket to the College World Series. Any opportunity to get these kids in front of the 12th Man is taken advantage of, and the Aggie staff (some of whom were in attendance, as well) made sure to use that to their benefit. As we sit here in June, it sounds like this one will be a battle between Texas A&M and Florida. Mitchell is originally from Florida and Gators' DB Coach Corey Raymond has been pretty tied in with some folks near the recruitment for a long time. - I've probably heard the most buzz in terms of what A&M did for their chances with Milton (FL) WR and Georgia commit Raymond Cottrell. A late add to the weekend visitor list, Cottrell left College Station speaking very highly about the Aggies according to a pair of sources. Jimbo and company have become a thorn in the side of Kirby Smart in the last couple of recruiting cycles, and they may be becoming a problem for the Bulldogs in the 2023 group, as well. This is one I'm keeping an eye on throughout the summer and into the fall. Don't be surprised if he shows up again on multiple occasions. - One name we probably aren't talking about enough is Miami (FL) Northwestern WR Andy Jean. Jimbo is a big fan of the kid, and according to a source I spoke with last night, the kid is becoming a bigger and bigger fan of Jimbo. I think the idea of adding that kind of game changing speed on the outside is intriguing to the offensive brain trust in the Bright Football Complex, and the Aggies have positioned themselves as good as anyone to make that happen. - Still waiting to see if Pittsburg (CA) QB Jaden Rashada will visit Miami before his scheduled announcement. We haven't heard a ton of A&M buzz since his visit, but I know the Aggies remain in communication. Florida seems to jumped out in front, but that is based more on my read of the situation than actual intel I've gotten on the recruitment in the last few days. - I was told this morning that massive Orlando (FL) OL Payton Kirkland is likely to visit Texas A&M at the end of the month. His current offensive line coach played for Steve Addazio at Florida, and while it's likely that the big man stays in the Sunshine State to play college ball, he does want to get over to College Station to at least check things out. - Working on interviews now with Thomasson and fellow commit Bravion Rogers who was also in town.- The pool party/BBQ visitor list for the end of the summer is starting to take shape, and it's going to be loaded. Lots of top players across the state and country are already making plans to be back in Aggieland.
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
22:26
20 days ago by TexAgs Recruiting
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
TexAgs Recruiting analysts Jason Howell and Ryan Brauninger joined this morning for another edition of Recruiting Country, highlighting the latest news and notes from the recruiting trail surrounding Texas A&M as camp season is officially here.
Ryan Brauninger
21 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting quick hitters: OV's & campers
Well, I can't let Jason have all the recruiting fun. In between all the baseballing, I was able to get on the horn with some sources across the country to get a feel for how the Aggies did with their official visitors last weekend as well as try to get a grasp of what we were looking at for Jimbo's summer camp which starts tomorrow. Here's what I've been able to pull together…- As you'd expect, the Aggies did a great job with Pittsburg (CA) 5 star QB Jaden Rashada. Sources I spoke with told me the visit went "as good as it could have" and left an impression on Rashada and his inner circle. Obviously, the amount of talent A&M is accumulating is very attractive to Jaden, and I was told the family feels very confident in the direction of the program. That being said, LSU and Florida are still real considerations, and I've even heard he make take an official visit to Miami if he's schedule will allow it. Florida is pushing early playing time from what I understand. Rashada will be in Gainesville this weekend for an OV. Based on my read of the situation as of today, I think this one is still wide open even with an expected decision happening this summer. - Staying at QB, I've heard Dripping Springs QB Austin Novosad remains in touch with the A&M staff and even spoke with Darrell Dickey this week on the phone. Clearly, the Aggies continue to monitor that one as Novosad has started to generate more and more national buzz as we head into the summer. - Still haven't heard anything further on Detroit (MI) signal caller Dante Moore in terms of finalizing that official visit date of June 17th. At my last check, it was labeled as tentative. - An east coast source that Texas A&M left a big impression on Camden (SC) DT Xzavier McLeod on his official visit last weekend but thought the home state Gamecocks had a lead that would be tough to relinquish. We'll see what happens should the Aggies really turn the heat up as we get into the fall. Again, Elijah Robinson and Terry Price will be very picky this cycle. - Texas A&M offered Katy Paetow LB Daymion Sanford earlier this week. In talking to some folks from Houston, the Aggie staff had become more and more intrigued with Sanford after Elijah Robinson made a trip down to the school to watch David Hicks work out. It was during that practice session that Daymion's frame and explosiveness caught the eye of Robinson. Sanford checks a lot of boxes, as well. He came to College Station last week and actually worked out with Tyler Santucci. My source said he knocked it out of the park. First, he measured in at a legit 6-2, 210 pounds. He vertical jumped 39 inches then broad jumped 10'8". He followed all that up by running a 4.6 in the 40. Those are impressive numbers. Sanford will return to campus this week for camp and some more tours/meetings. - With the offer to Sanford, it looks like Tyler Santucci is eyeing a 3 linebacker haul this cycle will likely be comprised of any of the following: Anthony Hill - Denton Ryan Derion Gullette - Marlin Jaquavious Russaw - Montgomery (AL)Justin Jefferson - Pearl River Grayson Howard - Jacksonville (FL)Daymion Sanford - Katy Paetow - Keep an eye on camp this week and next. We know Jimbo and his staff put a lot of value in getting to work with kids one-on-one, and they have been able to get a ton of top talent to come to campus in the past few years. That trend is going to continue starting tomorrow.
Three Things: Texas A&M's first June official visit weekend & more
25 days ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Texas A&M's first June official visit weekend & more
As he does every Friday morning, TexAgs' senior recruiting analyst Jason Howell offers up another round of his weekly recruiting thoughts. In this edition of his three things, Howell focuses on A&M's official visitors this weekend and more.
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