Connor Robertson

Connor Robertson

Offensive Lineman
6′4″ / 300 lbs
Austin, TX
Class of 2022
Rating: 87

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Rating: 87.7

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Illinois State
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Junior Year Highlights


Jason Howell
4 days ago by Jason Howell
Wednesday night recruiting notes
The staff continues to search for offensive line options in the 2022 class. With two big commits already in the boat in Hunter Erb and PJ Williams, I would say Kam Dewberry, Kelvin Banks, Neto Umeozulu. and Devon Campbell are top priority guys, and Duncanville's Jaylen Early is in the mix as well. An out of state name I've been hearing more and more is Alpharetta (GA) King's Ridge Christian OL Dayne Shor. The 6-6, 300-pound standout recently put the Aggies in his top 10, and he has talked about taking an official visit to College Station in the past. I've heard some buzz surrounding Alabama and Oklahoma recently with Georgia coming on as well, but some Georgia-area sources have told me the Aggies are also right there in the mix.'re also seeing that next tier of o-linemen continue to grow and a new name I've heard on Texas A&M's radar has been Austin Akins OL Nikolas Hall. I would put Hall in that next group with the likes of Cole Hutson, Johnny Dickson, Timi Gagophien, and Connor Robertson right now. He is a big OT at 6-5, 290 with some very nice junior film, and he has been impressive in a few camp stops this spring. The Aggies extended a new DL offer this week to Owasso (OK) DL Chris McClellan and he has a Zoom meeting planned with the staff for this week. He was excited to receive the offer and he said there is a real possibility he visits in the future. Madison (MS) Madison-Ridgeland LB Stone Blanton announced his top seven tonight with the Aggies making the cut. Coach Santucci has been recruiting him for a couple of years now and the Aggies continue to build a strong relationship there. You can expect baseball to also play a big role in his decision considering he is a top prospect on the baseball diamond and he is currently a Mississippi State baseball commit. In addition to Texas A&M and Mississippi State he listed Ole Miss, Louisville, Oregon, Stanford, and South Carolina as his top choices. He has already started setting up some official visits and I could definitely see him making a trip to Aggieland in the future. Aggies are known to tap into the northeast every now and then and in the 2021 class the Aggies tapped into Philadelphia (PA) Northeast for a couple of defensive targets. Today the Aggies extended an offer to 2023 DE Kion Wright. At 6-2, 220 Wright is a guy to watch off the edge. He is well versed about coach Elijah Robinson and the Texas A&M program and he was excited about the opportunity. He said both Elijah Jeudy and Tyreek Chappell have also educated him about the dawg-like mentality it takes to be a part of the Texas A&M defense.
In-Home Visit: 2022 Offensive Fantasy Draft
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
In-Home Visit: 2022 Offensive Fantasy Draft
The TexAgs Recruiting staff of Billy Liucci, Jason Howell and Ryan Brauninger sat down for the Class of 2022 Fantasy Draft, building complete offensive units from the top talent from the state of Texas in the current recruiting cycle.
Ryan Brauninger
3 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
On Malone and more...
I've spent the last day or so making phone calls about Texas A&M's continued pursuit of Oradell (NJ) DT Tywone Malone. As many of you know, Ty and his family spent last weekend in College Station. Here's what I can report after speaking to two separate sources who are both tied into the recruitment.- First thing that probably needs to come across is that if you're following this recruitment and think baseball is just something he does as a secondary hobby, you couldn't be more wrong. I was told, emphatically, that a better description of Malone would be "a baseball player that's good at football." He started playing baseball at 5 years old, and it's his first love. Therefore, Justin Seely and Rob Childress will have just as much of an influence on this decision as Elijah Robinson and Jimbo Fisher. - Tywone is looking at every possible angle he can from both the football and baseball prospective. I was told to expect this to go all the way until Signing Day where he'll make a traditional pick a hat announcement. - I asked a source what made A&M standout amongst his other finalists, and I was told the Aggie coaching staff has been honest and patient throughout the entire process. My source lauded Elijah Robinson's relationship with Ty as well as the persistence of Justin Seely's communication - "Ty is super close with Coach Elijah, and Coach Seely's consistency has made the kid feel like he's very much valued by the Aggie baseball program." - The Aggies have presented Ty and his inner circle with a clear plan of how they'd handle him playing both sports if he chooses A&M. During football season, he'd be a 100% football player. He would not participate in fall baseball unless he was completely clear of any scheduling conflicts with football, and he was given the ok by the football staff. That being said, those opportunities would be few and far between. Similarly, during the spring, he'd be all in with Aggie baseball. He'd do football practice/spring game/meetings etc whenever the baseball schedule would allow. - Overall, I wasn't given a clear indication of who the leader was, but A&M certainly has more than just staying power in this recruitment. I feel like Jimbo's experience of handling dual sport (specifically baseball) kids is something that's really appealing to Tywone. I also believe the aforementioned structured plan for his fall and spring responsibilities has been very much appreciated by everyone in his inner circle. I checked around with some folks regarding the timeline for Snow College (UT) OL Jordan Moko, and I believe he won't make his decision known until February. Still, like Looch has said, we like A&M's chances. Moving on, I've got some 2022 quick hitters...- Like Looch has said, I don't think we'll have to wait too much longer for some more kids to jump in the boat. The Aggies will almost assuredly pick up more than one pledge in the next 7 days. - A&M is set to speak with Austin Westlake QB Cade Klubnik today at 4 o'clock. - A ton of ground has been made up with North Shore CB Denver Harris. Last summer, the Aggies had a loooong way to go in that recruitment. Now, a contact in Houston thinks everyone is chasing the Aggies. - Keep an eye on Bremond DL Jaray Bledsoe. The 6-5, 260 pounder has some really impressive tape that features huge raw athletic upside. I've been told the Aggies have definitely been in touch. He picked up an offer from Oklahoma today. Big time ceiling on this kid. - Another name I've heard creating some buzz is Austin Westlake OL Connor Robertson. No A&M offer yet, but the Aggies, along with a host of other big time programs, are sniffing around. - I'm not totally sure what the timeline for CyPark LB Harold Perkins looks like, but if he picked a school soon, you'd have a hard time telling me it wouldn't be Texas A&M. - I'm not the Dallas guy, but a source today told me to watch for the Aggies with Frisco OL Cole Hutson. I've heard he's got a big fan in A&M OL Coach Josh Henson.
Jason Howell
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Notes and thoughts from the state championships
Thoughts of importance to A&M fans-Let's get this out of the way, Cade Klubnik put on a show last night. He was gutsy, he was smart, he showed some wheels, he threw with touch and velocity. He flat out got it done last night and he has done it all season long. Now we wait to see what happens on the offer front, but there is no doubt in my mind he made a strong case last night, and over the course of the season. Last night he was 18 of 20 for 220 yards and a TD and he had 17 carries for 97 yards and 2 TDs. -It was a quiet day for Katy 2022 Bobby Taylor and if you are a DB that is a good thing. There will not be many, if any, highlights of him from Katy's big win, but that just means he did his job. As a whole the Katy defense swarmed and disrupted any and everything Cedar Hill tried to do, and that includes severely limiting a Cedar Hill passing game known for its big play ability. -Denton Ryan's defense has more than a few prospects of interest and 2022 DT Bear Alexander and 2023 LB Anthony Hill definitely stood out in my mind. They were both on the attack Friday night. Alexander was quick off the ball, he worked his hands, and he was a consistent presence in the Cedar Park backfield. Then there was Anthony Hill making tackles all over the field, driving guys into the dirt and throwing them out of bounds, and playing with an all-around edge. I also liked what I saw from Austin Jordan on the night. That was a high-octane offensive attack they faced Friday night, and Jordan and the Ryan D were able to keep it grounded for the most part. Alexander had 5 tackles (3 solos, 2 assists), .5 a sack, and 2 pass break-ups, Hill recorded 10 tackles (5 solos, 5 assists), 2 sacks, and a forced fumble which was recovered for a Ryan score, and Jordan had 2 tackles and a PBU on the night. Some thoughts on some highly rated guys - WR JoJo Earle, Aledo - quick, fast, instinctive, he changes speeds as well as anyone in the country. I predict he does well at Alabama, I know I'm really going out on a limb there. Friday, he lined up all over the field for the Bearcats. He worked from the slot, as a wildcat QB, and Aledo does a great job of getting the ball in his hands in a variety of ways. He finished with 6 receptions for 133 yards and a TD and 12 carries for another 91. - DE Ja'tavion Sanders, Denton Ryan - Sanders is a freak on the field. More times than not he has completely altered games with his play on both sides of the ball. His quickness and explosiveness off the edge is elite, and if he is focused and continues to grow and progress the sky is the limit. On the other hand, he has also made ridiculous catch after catch on the offensive side over the course of his career, and on Friday, offense is where he did most of his damage. He led Ryan with 5 receptions for 77 yards and a TD. It will be interesting to see what the next level has in store, but there is no doubt in my mind he is a special talent. -QB Quinn Ewers, Southlake Carroll (2022) - It was not his cleanest night of the year, but he put it all out there and competed. He looked sharp early, but Westlake's defense was able to keep him and the Carroll offense off balance much of the night. There is no question he can make all the throws, and he is one of the top QBs in the country regardless of class. -QB Kaidon Salter, Cedar Hill - Salter has made a career on making big throws in big moments, but Saturday it was not to be. It was a tough day for Salter. He made some questionable decisions and there were a few balls I know he wished he had back. Katy's defense applied the pressure, and Salter and the Cedar Hill offense was unable to find his rhythm. It will be interesting to watch Salter at Tennessee. He is smart, he is a leader, and he has a quick release and a strong arm. He is now on his way to Knoxville to enroll early. -S Bryan Allen, Aledo (2022) - It was a quiet day for Allen. He is a ballhawk on the back end of the Aledo defense and Crosby was mindful of his presence. He finished the day with 2 tackles (1 solo, 1 assist). -ATH Billy Bowman Jr, Denton Ryan - He is headed to Oklahoma as a receiver and he did most of his damage on offense Friday night. He has been a dynamic playmaker on offense, defense, and special teams throughout his career and I have no doubt Lincoln Riley will get creative in the ways he involves Bowman. He finished with 4 receptions for 62 yards, and a 6-yard carry in Friday's 59-14 Ryan win. Some top Performances that stood out in my mind Many were already mentioned. JoJo Earle, Cade Klubnik, Anthony Hill, and Bear Alexander all had big performances. Here are a few more. RB DeMarco Roberts, Aledo - All he did was rush for 254 yards and 6 TDs on 31 carries. That's it. That is all he did. And he made it look easy on his way to offensive MVP honors. He is headed to Lamar. S Ty Marsh, Denton Ryan - Marsh's strip of Josh Cameron late in the second quarter was a game changing moment. Cedar Park was threatening to make it a game, Montgomery comes down with a huge reception, and Marsh strips it away and steals any and all momentum Cedar Park had going into haftime. He finished with 6 tackles (5 solos, 1 assist), a TFL, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery, 3 PBUs, and an INT. He was named defensive MVP for his efforts DE Cal Varner, Katy - Varner was a man on a mission Saturday afternoon. The future Rice Owl recorded 3 tackles and 2 TFLs and was a constant presence. His big highlight though was the pick six to put Katy's final points on the board. The catch and 15-yard TD return shut down any and all hopes of a Cedar Hill comeback. He deserved to take home defensive MVP honors and he did. S Dalton Jackson, Katy - He led the swarming Tiger defense with 4 tackles (3 solos, 1 assists), a forced fumble, and 2 PBUs. The future Arizona Wildcat seemed like he was in on just about every tackle though. ATH Reggie Branch, Crosby - Mr. do-it-all, did all he could on Friday. Aledo proved to be too much, but Branch has no reason to hang his head. He finished with 11 carries for 72 yards and a TD, and he recorded 4 receptions for a team leading 79 yards. CB Michael Taaffe, Austin Westlake - I will be honest I was pretty ignorant of Taaffe's abilities before Saturday, and my goodness were my eyes ever opened. He got it done on both sides of the ball and his one-handed pick of Ewers was a real head turner. Great eval by the Rice Owls, they got a good one. WR Brady Boyd, Southlake Carroll - Boyd was my MVP for the Dragons. He came out of the gate hot and he never let up. He finished with 12 receptions for 190 yards and 2 TDs. There is no doubt in my mind he could see the field early at Minnesota. Prospects to know CB Jaden Allen, Aledo (2024) - Aledo needed an early defensive stop and it was Allen who came through with the PBU to force it. He also had a PBU deep over the middle. He has speed, feet, and hips and he is not afraid. RB Owen Allen, Southlake Carroll (2023) - Allen has been on the scene since starting as a freshman for the Dragons, and that will continue as his career progresses. He is slippery fast, with great vision and quickness and he is a weapon in the passing game. RB Seth Davis, Katy (2023) - Saturday was my first chance to see Davis in person, and he was nothing short of impressive. In fact, he took home offensive MVP honors for leading the Tiger offense with 14 carries for 123 yards and a TD. WR Jaden Greathouse, Austin Westlake (2023) - big bodied, great hands, and he led Westlake with 5 receptions for 103 yards and a TD. RB Kalib Hill, Denton Ryan (2023) - A tough, downhill runner, he finished with 15 carries for 98 yards. At 6-foot and 200-pounds he is already a load for opposing defenses. TE Jason Llewellyn, Aledo (2022) - His size, athleticism, and ability to block and catch are going to catch plenty of attention. He finished with 2 receptions for 24 yards but he showed he could be a versatile weapon. TE RJ Maryland, Southlake Carroll (2022) - Long and lean he made several highlight reel receptions. His ability to adjust to the ball definitely caught the eye. He checks in at 6-4, 205 and he lined up at receiver for Carroll. OL Connor Robertson, Austin Westlake (2022) - What is not to like about a big, physical mauler on the offensive line. He finishes strong, he picks up blocks downfield, and he has a lot of good tape. Look for his stock to continue to rise.
Previewing the 2020 5A & 6A Texas High School Football State Championship games
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Previewing the 2020 5A & 6A Texas High School Football State Championship games
This weekend, AT&T Stadium in Arlington will play host to four football games to determine four champions in the state of Texas. Jason Howell offers a preview of the class 5A & 6A title games that will take place on Friday and Saturday.
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