Jaray Bledsoe

Jaray Bledsoe

Defensive Tackle
6′4″ / 260 lbs
Marlin, TX
Class of 2022
Rating: 87

National Avg
Rating: 91.6

School Preferences

Official Visit
Texas A&M
Oklahoma State
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In-Home Visit: 2022 Defensive Fantasy Draft
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Jaray Bledsoe (junior szn)


Ryan Brauninger
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Some notes ahead of the OV's this weekend
Texas A&M's first group of official visitors will begin to trickle into town from the mid afternoon to early evening tomorrow. As a reminder, we (the media) won't get access to them while they're on campus, but we will be reaching out once they leave College Station on Sunday. There have been some alterations to that first provisional list that we released last week. Here's the rundown on what I've been able to gather today...1) As we'd been expecting/saying, North Shore CB Denver Harris won't be in town. I'm not sure whether he'll reschedule for a later date. 2) Bremond DT Jaray Bledsoe has rescheduled. No reason to worry as I was told he'll definitely still take his official visit to A&M at some point down the road. 3) A&M was almost able to get Arlington Martin DE Ernest Cooper IV in this weekend, but he's got the SAT on Saturday and will come at a later date. 4) We've been able to confirm that Tyler Legacy RB Jamarion Miller has been added to this weekend's official visitors list. That would qualify as big news. 5) I've also been able to run down a few hosts of the guys coming in. As you'd expect, Dickinson TE Donovan Green will be hosted by Jalen Wydermyer, and PJ Williams will be with Layden Robinson. Stafford native Hez Jones will host Ft Bend Marshall WR Chris Marshall. Lastly, Tunmise Adeleye will be with Malick Sylla and Leon O'Neal will be the host for Bryce Anderson. I'll work to gather the other hosts on the other side of the weekend.
Ryan Brauninger
2 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Examining the official visitors: June 4th-6th
As we gear up for what should a crazy month of June on the recruiting front, the TexAgs recruiting team wanted to make sure we put out the latest in terms of official visits that will be taking place next month. Therefore, every day for the remainder of the week, I'll list the OV's we are expecting to make their way to town. As always, these lists are subject to change, and there are a few names we expect to be added within the next couple of weeks. If/when that happens, we'll make sure to get those to y'all. On Friday, we'll put out a list of unofficial visitors and intriguing camp names to keep an eye on. Anyway, the opening weekend is highlighted by a strong contingent of current A&M commits as well as some top targets mostly coming in from greater Houston. Here's what we've got for June 4th-6th...CommitsBridgeland QB Conner Weigman Dickinson TE Donovan Green Dickinson OL PJ Williams Fayetteville (AR) WR Isaiah Sategna Katy DE Malick Sylla Katy DB Bobby Taylor TargetsFt Bend Marshall WR Chris Marshall Bremond DT Jaray Bledsoe Scottsdale (AZ) DT Anthony Lucas CyPark LB Harold Perkins Beaumont West Brook DB Bryce Anderson North Shore CB Denver Harris Harris is still scheduled to be in town at last check, but it wouldn't surprise me to see him cancel. Obviously, the departure of Shad Banks didn't help the Aggies cause, but this one felt like it was leaning the way of the Crimson Tide anyway. Lucas is considered by many to be the top prospect in the state of Arizona. Some sources I've spoken with think A&M has been quietly doing a good job on that recruitment. The Pac12 schools (USC, Arizona St) jumped out to a big lead, but the field has evened some throughout the spring. Notre Dame, Alabama, Oregon, and Texas are all in the mix along with the Aggies.
Ryan Brauninger
4 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
A couple of Monday recruiting notes
- Jason put out an update recently with some of the names that are expected to be in College Station on official visits on that June 4th weekend. Well, I've been told it's looking like a few more front line targets will be headed to town to join a whole host of A&M commits, as well. Here are some of the names I've heard that could potentially turn up in Aggieland that Friday through Sunday. Bremond DL Jaray Bledsoe Ft Bend Marshall WR Chris Marshall The Woodlands LB Martrell Harris CyPark LB Harold Perkins North Shore CB Denver Harris If all on that list show up, along with guys like Bryce Anderson and the host of commits that will be in town, we would be talking about one of the biggest official visit weekends in Jimbo Fisher's tenure in College Station. All in all, I'm betting we see something like 12 or 13 players make their way to town. - Speaking of Harris, I continue to hear that A&M is doing a great job behind the scenes in this recruitment. The communication with TJ Rushing, Mike Elko, and Jimbo Fisher remains productive and consistent. Denver is doing a good job of playing things close to the vest, and I suspect he'll take all five officials before making a decision. Still, you have to like how the A&M staff is handling the day-to-day, week-to-week aspect of selling the program and school. - Keep an eye out for kids committed elsewhere to schedule official visits to Texas A&M in June, as well. There are already some rumblings happening on that front. I should also say though that this is going to be common practice everywhere (like Bobby Taylor visiting Alabama on June 11th) because of the circumstances surrounding the extended dead period and nullification of visits for a large part of the 2022 recruiting cycle.
In-Home Visit: 2022 Defensive Fantasy Draft
4 mo ago by Billy Liucci
In-Home Visit: 2022 Defensive 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 defensive units from the top talent from the state of Texas in the current recruiting cycle.
Recruiting Scattershooting: Names to watch in 2022 and beyond
4 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Recruiting Scattershooting: Names to watch in 2022 and beyond
It's only March, but Texas A&M seems to be putting together another top-ten class under Jimbo Fisher. Billy Liucci takes a look at some of the names that are trending towards the Maroon & White in the class of 2022 and beyond.
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