Will Stone

Will Stone

6′0″ / 175 lbs
Austin, TX
Regents School
Class of 2022
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Ryan Brauninger
2 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Tuesday morning recruiting notes
- The A&M staff continues to host virtual visits (and will have to keep at it considering the ridiculous ruling by the NCAA last week to further extend the Dead Period) this week with some of their top targets. Through a pair of sources, I found out the Aggies were on a call with Spearman ATH Brenen Thompson as well as Duncanville DE Omari Abor last night. Abor is a name we haven't heard a lot from in terms of his involvement with A&M, but Terry Price has been quietly given that one more attention than previously thought. I'll let Jason opine as to what kind of position the Aggies are currently in, but I know enough to not count our old TP. Nothing has changed in regards to A&M's recruitment of Thompson. He's a high priority and continues to be such for Jimbo and company. - North Shore CB Denver Harris recently released a top 4 of A&M, Texas, LSU, and Alabama. Based on some conversations with a few Houston area contacts, it's hard to gauge who fits where amongst that those top schools. A&M has a few things working in their favor: 1) Shad Banks 2) proximity to home in the SEC and 3) their momentum in Houston. I'm hoping to see Denver this weekend and catch up with him directly. - As many of you know, Katy CB Bobby Taylor will announce his commitment tomorrow evening at 5 on Instagram. His IG handle is thebobbytaylor. A&M, Texas, and Michigan (Mo Linguist) are the final 3. - I was told this week that both LJ Johnson and Conner Weigman continue to work on CyPark LB Harold Perkins. Perk still hasn't set a commitment date, and I know he's going back and forth between wanting to get the process over with and also maybe waiting on visits to open back up. He speaks with Tyler Santucci 4-5 times a week. - I mentioned this in a thread last night, but I didn't want it to get buried. I'm not totally sure the Aggies are going to take a running back in this 2022 class given what they've signed the past two cycles and having El Campo standout Rueben Owens as a prime target in 2023. However, I think if A&M does push for a kid in this cycle, it could be Lake Charles (LA) product TreVonte Citizen. His stock has continued to increase this off-season as he puts up impressive numbers on the track. Tommie Robinson has a solid background with Citizen, as well. - As things stand today, I personally don't believe Texas A&M will look to add another quarterback to this class. I do think there's a slight chance they decide to offer a kicker though, and one name I've heard they're looking at is Will Stone, the private school prospect out of Austin Regents. I saw the lefty in a playoff game against Ft Bend Christian, and he definitely had the talent to kick at a high end, P5 level.


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