Nikolas Hall

Nikolas Hall

Offensive Lineman
6′6″ / 303 lbs
Austin, TX
Class of 2022
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Nikolas Hall Mid Season Highlights


Liucci: First in-person visit weekend in Aggieland sets bar extremely high
13 days ago by Billy Liucci
Liucci: First in-person visit weekend in Aggieland sets bar extremely high
After a large number of recruits flocked to College Station over the weekend for in-person visits, the Aggies have caught the attention of many high-profile guys. Billy Liucci discusses the weekend and more recruiting notes as a busy June is officially underway.
Jason Howell
14 days ago by Jason Howell
Weekend Visitor Recap
All of the visitors have come and gone so let's jump right into this. We will start with the official visits. The Aggies did not add anyone to the commit list this weekend, which was not a surprise, but they definitely made some strong impressions.The Aggies hosted six committed prospects this weekend. All of them ranked 4-stars or higher. All six met the coaches for the first time and got their first real in-depth look at the facilities since committing.QB Conner Weigman, Cypress Bridgeland - Weigman is one of the leaders of the class and has been a strong recruiter for the Aggies since making his pledge. He is locked in with his commitment and plans to play football and baseball at Texas A&M. He was hosted by Haynes King.WR Isaiah Sategna, Fayetteville (AR) - Sategna returned to College Station for the second time in the last three months. Arkansas, LSU, Oregon, Missouri, and USC have made runs at the Texas A&M commit, but after his visit he says he is locked in with the Aggies. Moose Muhammad was his host and he connected well with QB commit Conner Weigman on the visit. He may take a few other visits, but he says he is strong in his commitment. TE Donovan Green, Dickinson - When it comes to ring leaders of the class their may not be anyone more outspoken and vocal than Green. He is a charismatic prospect and one of, if not the, top TE in the class. He was in the ear of the uncommitted guys all weekend particular Houston-area guys Harold Perkins, Chris Marshall, and Bryce Anderson. He was hosted by former Dickinson standout Jaylen Wydermyer on the trip. OL PJ Williams, Dickinson - Williams is quickly earning a reputation as one of the funniest members of the class. He committed on the same day as Green and he has been firm in his decision ever since. He was hosted by Layden Robinson on his trip.DE Malick Sylla, Katy - The Katy standout was the first 2022 commit to announce his decision and he has been firm in his decision ever since. The visit only helped solidify his commitment status. He also visited for the spring game and he was hosted by Tunmise Adeleye this weekend.CB Bobby Taylor, Katy - Taylor is another ringleader in the class. He has been locked in with his commitment and he was busy recruiting this weekend. He has taken on a responsibility to help build the class and he said he is 100-percent made up and he is not planning to take any other visits. He plans to be in College Station a lot the rest of summer on unofficial visits to help recruit on visit weekends. He was hosted by Now for the uncommitted guysRB Jamarion Miller, Tyler Legacy - Miller might just be the most intriguing visitor of the weekend for me. He is the most recently to be offered and the main competition since offering has been Alabama and Florida. When the Aggies offered, he said he would take a visits, but it looked like it would be an unofficial trip. He surprised some and decided to not only take an official visit, but make Texas A&M his first official visit. This was Texas A&M%92s chance to make themselves a real player in this recruitment and the returns are the Aggies have made a strong push up his list. Put the Aggies in as a contender here with Alabama, Florida, USC and Oklahoma State all set to get visits in June. Isaiah Spiller was his host. Interestingly Alabama picked up an RB commit this evening so it should be interesting to see if/how that may impact his process.WR Chris Marshall, Fort Bend Marshall - Marshall was viewed as the most likely candidate to make a decision and the Aggies are high on his list following the trip. He is close with former Marshall standout and current Aggie Devon Achane, and the Aggies have been thought to be one of his leaders heading into the visit. He was able to catch-up with Achane and he said the meeting with coach Craig and coach Fisher were %93everything he was looking for. He plans to take an official visit to USC next week and he said he "definitely" plans to return to Texas A&M for another visit. He is currently eying a decision during or after the 2021 season. Hez Jones was his player host.DL Anthony Lucas, Scottsdale (AZ) Chaparral - Texas A&M was Lucas' first official visit and the Aggies it sounds like the Aggies made a really strong impression on him and his family. As Liucci reported on Saturday, him and his family seemed very dialed in on his visit. The Aggies made his list of top schools and it sounds like everyone in his circled came away impressed with what they saw in Aggieland. He has an official scheduled to Notre Dame for next week.LB Harold Perkins, Cypress Park - Perkins is without a question one of the top players in the class and he has been a high priority prospect for the Aggies from the very start. All the reports from his visit have been glowing. His relationship with Antonio Cromartie and Conner Weigman are definitely helping there. No one expected a commitment or anything but the Aggies needed to hit a homerun here and it sounds like that is exactly what happened. He was hosted by Edgerrin Cooper and the other commits were in his ear throughout the weekend. He will visit LSU next Wednesday and Thursday, and he has LSU, Bama, Texas, and Oklahoma are among the others squarely in the mix.DB Bryce Anderson, Beaumont West Brook - Anderson was a hot topic of conversation throughout the weekend and it sounds like the Aggies have made themselves a strong contender in this race. Leon O'Neal was his host and it sounds like the two hit if off extremely well. As Liucci said Saturday, it sounds like the visit went as well as the Aggies could have ever hoped for and have positioned themselves well as he heads into the rest of his OV schedule. He has official visits scheduled to Texas (June 25) and Alabama (June 18) and he plans to announce his commitment on July 4. Unofficial VisitsDE Anthony James, Wylie East (2023) - The Texas A&M commit came up on his own dime on Thursday and stayed through Saturday morning. Coach Price put him through a workout Saturday morning before they left and he is excited as ever about his commitment to Texas A&M. Seeing the field was a big experience for him and it was also his first time seeing the coaches face-to-face. He is already making plans to come back for the Texas A&M/Alabama game this fall. WR Andre Greene Jr., Richmond (VA) St. Christopher's - Greene had a private workout on Friday and he also met with coach Fisher and coach Craig. Since the trip he has been very positive. He has official visits scheduled to Georgia, North Carolina, Oregon, and Notre Dame.DT Bear Alexander, Fort Worth Brewer - The Georgia commit made his way to Aggieland and spent most of Saturday on campus before leaving Sunday. It is the second time he has taken an unofficial visit to College Station since April. Since he made his January pledge Texas A&M has stayed on him and we have always said we thought his recruitment could come back around to the Aggies. Well, after talking to some sources it sounds like this visit was another very positive step for the Aggies. Having fellow Georgia commit Deyon Bouie in town with him also proved to positive, and he already has strong bonds with Nick Williams and Elijah Robinson. He has been very active on social media tweeting his pics from the visit and he worked with coach Robinson while he was in town. We did not expect a flip this weekend, but it is clear the Aggies remain very much in the picture.LB Ish Harris, Pilot Point - On Friday night, Ish Harris and two friends decided to book a trip to College Station. They headed south on Saturday and stayed through Sunday morning. He had fun getting to know some of the other prospects and he will return next weekend for his official visit. Coach Price and coach Santucci have done a great job leading the way on this one and it now looks like it is down to Texas A&M, Oklahoma, and Texas. He has June official visits scheduled for all three and he plans to make his college commitment in July.CB Deyon Bouie, Bainbridge (GA) - Like Bear, the reviews from his visit have been positive. Bouie is currently committed to Georgia, but the Aggies have been making a push since hiring Nick Williams. It looks like an official visit is likely to occur in the future.WR Johntay Cook, DeSoto (2023) - Johntay Cook made his first visit to College Station and he is already making plans to return. He was in town with his dad and he plans to return on June 16th with his mother. This time around he also connected with friend and fellow top recruit Malik Muhammad. LB Tausili Akana, Honolulu (HI) Kahuku (2023) - After the visit the Aggies extended an offer his way. It should come as no surprise the Aggies offered the 6-4, 220-pound standout considering he is regarded as one of the nation%92s best in 2023. He also visited and received offers from Texas and TCU since Thursday. CB Malik Muhammad, Dallas/IMG Academy (2023) - Muhammad says he has had the Aggies in his top five since Jimbo Fisher arrived in Aggieland and this weekend only helped their case. He was surprised by the facilities and the really enjoyed talking with coach Rushing. He made the trip with his dad and he met up with friend Johntay Cook while in town. This week he will visit Oklahoma State, Clemson, and Texas, and he plans to return to College Station on the 16th with Johntay Cook before they take a visit to Alabama.DT Omar White, Leesburg (GA) (2024) - White went through a private workout while in town and definitely turned some heads. Liucci said he expects him to pick up an offer if he hasn't already received one. A few other notes-The photo room was a huge hit.-Leon O'Neal made a big impression on a lot of prospects in town this weekend.-Nick Williams is apparently a really good recruiter.-Duncanville OL Jaylen Early; no longer plans to take an unofficial to Texas A&M on June 8, instead he is talking to the Aggies about scheduling an official visit for June 18. -Texarkana Texas High DE Derrick Brown; is no longer taking an official visit to Texas A&M. He was scheduled to visit on June 18, but he will now take a visit to Texas Tech. This weekend he took an official visit to Texas and he also has visits scheduled for Oklahoma, Baylor, and Arizona State.
Billy Liucci
19 days ago by Billy Liucci
Aggies extend '22 offer following workout
As I reported last night, Austin Akins OT Nikolas Hall worked out this morning for the Aggies, the first such individual workout the A&M staff has conducted since the new rule allowing such sessions was implemented. Well, the 6-6, 285-pounder was impressive enough to earn his 13th offer from the Ags, who joined the likes of Oklahoma State, Baylor and Arizona State on Hall's growing list. I'm not expecting him to jump into the boat right away but he is definitely a take at this time for the Ags, who would love to ink five in the trenches this cycle.In other mid-week recruiting news, Madison (MS) LB Stone Blanton and his family are in town and will visit campus tomorrow. Another visitor is Class of '22 DT Trey Emory from Mount Pleasant HS.
Billy Liucci
20 days ago by Billy Liucci
Ags first two visitors (Tuesday)
We've mentioned these guys last week during the build-up to what promises to be a wild month of June. One of the Ags' first two on-campus visitors in well over a year will be 2023 five-star defensive end David Hicks. Hicks is set to transfer from Morton Ranch to Allen and will make the first of two trips to Aggieland tomorrow. Arguably the No. 1 player in Texas in the '23 cycle, Hicks will return in about ten days to take part in camp. The second scheduled visitor is Austin Akins OT Nikolas Hall. A 6-5, 285-pounder, we've said for a little while now that the tackle is a guy who really intrigues Jimbo Fisher and Josh Henson. He'll be the first player to take part in one of the new 'private workouts' allowed by the NCAA. Rules are that only Fisher and any of the ten assistants plus four GAs are allowed to observe. It's a strange set up by the governing body (for example, a wide receiver cannot catch passes from a QB, a CB can't cover a WR, a DE can't compete against a lineman) but the Ags will get a chance to see Hall move and be put through the OL paces. Something we'll monitor throughout the month when the Ags conduct such workouts but this is a first.
Ryan Brauninger
23 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Expected unofficials and camp names to watch
The final piece to our 5 part June visitor overview takes a look at some of the key names to know that we are expecting to see in College Station throughout the entirety of the month of June as unofficial visitors and/or campers. First off, there are going to be many more names come to campus than we have listed here. There's no way to get a grasp of every single D1 prospect that will be coming to camps. The unofficial visitors are a bit easier to get a hold of, but we'll likely be missing a handful of names, plus or minus. With that said, here's what we've been able to gather so far. It's still a pretty extensive list. If we've got dates of the visits, I'll add those as well. Unofficials 2023 Zachary (LA) QB Eli Holstein - June 18 (camp + UOV)Las Vegas (NV) RB Jovantae Barnes - June 16Jennings (LA) RB Trevor Etienne Geismar (LA) RB Dylan Sampson 2023 El Campo RB Rueben Owens - late JuneSpearman WR Brenen Thompson - June 21Lambert (GA) WR Kojo Antwi Richmond (VA) WR Andre Greene Jr. 2023 Orlando (FL) OL TJ Shanahan - June 21-23Ft Lauderdale (FL) DE Marvin Jones Jr. 2023 Alpharetta (GA) DE Lebbeus Overton - June 192023 Allen DL David Hicks - June 1, June 102023 Lewisville DE Jordan Renaud 2023 Wylie East DE Anthony James ***Madison (MS) LB Stone Blanton - June 22023 Denton Ryan LB Anthony Hill 2023 CyRanch LB Christian Brathwaite Bradenton (FL) S Keon Sabb - June 25-27Ft Payne (AL) K Alex McPherson Campers Bridgeland QB Conner Weigman*** Aledo QB Brayden Fowler-NicolosiRockwall QB Josh Hoover 2023 Choctaw (OK) QB Steele Wasel 2023 Ankeny (IA) QB JJ Kohl2023 Justin Northwest QB Jake Strong 2023 Columbus (MS) QB Mack Howard2023 Snellville (GA) QB Dylan Lonergan 2023 Shreveport (LA) QB Rickie Collins 2023 Orange Grove QB Cutter Stewart2023 CyRanch QB Blake Baker 2023 Houston Lamar QB Kenneth Rosenthal2024 CyCreek QB Brad Jackson 2024 The Woodlands QB Mabrey Mettauer 2024 Ft Bend Ridge Point QB Karson Gordon 2024 Willis QB Derek Lagway 2024 Hampton (GA) QB Bryce Clavon2024 Los Angeles (CA) QB Boone Lourd Houston Kinkaid RB Dillon Bell 2023 Shiner RB Dalton Brooks 2023 Gardendale (AL) RB LT Sanders2023 Roswell (GA) RB Justice Haynes 2023 Ft Bend Ridge Point RB Ezell Jolly 2023 New Caney RB Kedrick Reescano Manor WR Che NwabukoKaty WR Nicholas Anderson Dayton WR Donovan Orebo 2023 Austin Westlake WR Keaton Kubecka 2023 Converse Judson WR Anthony Evans2023 Temple WR Mikal Harrison-Pilot 2023 Del Valle WR Braylon James 2023 Spring Dekaney WR Jonah Wilson 2023 Harrisburg (NC) WR Christian Hamilton 2023 Rowlett WR Ernest Thomas 2023 Langham Creek WR Jaquaize Pettaway 2023 A&M Consolidated WR Wesley Greaves 2024 Manvel WR Andre Thompson College Station TE Houston Thomas Lucas Lovejoy TE Omari Murdock New Iberia (LA) TE Danny LewisFt Lauderdale (FL) TE Mason Taylor2023 Houston Stratford TE Hawkins Polley 2023 Ardmore (OK) TE Morgan Pearson 2024 Dickinson TE/HB Jontue Fears CE King OL Van Wells Haslet Eaton OL Hunter Erb ***Duncanville OL Jaylen Early Atascocita OL Kam Dewberry Alien Hastings OL Timi Gagophien The Woodlands OL Kaden Sieracki The Woodlands College Park OL Chance Jackson Austin Akins OL Nikolas Hall - Private Workout - June 32023 Odessa Permian OL Harris Sewell 2023 Mansfield Timberview OL Andre Cojoe2023 Smithson Valley OL Colton Thomasson 2023 Port Arthur Memorial OL Cayden Bowie 2023 Wolfforth Frenship OL Isaiah Kema2023 Edmond (OK) OL Jonathan Ashford2024 The Woodlands OL Koltin Sieracki 2024 Klein Cain OL Gibson Pyle Klein Oak DE Dorian Gates 2023 Norman (OK) DE Bai Jobe2023 Osceola (FL) DE Derrick Leblanc 2023 Platte City (MO) DE Chandavian Bradley 2023 CE King DE Dylan Spencer 2023 Ft Worth Nolan Catholic DE Kaleb James 2023 Converse Judson DE Johnny Bowens 2023 CyRanch DE Ashton Porter 2023 Colleyville Covenant DE Enow Etta2023 Amarillo Tascosa DE Avion Carter 2023 Ft Bend Marshall DE Zach Chapman - pending injury recovery 2023 Clear Brook DE John Baldwin Mt Pleasant DT Tre Emory Allentown (PA) DT Lavon Johnson Rancho Santa Margarita (CA) DT Hero Kanu Manvel DT JP Deeter 2023 Del Valle DT Jayden Cofield2023 Gardendale (AL) DT Kelby Collins 2023 Ft Bend Ridge Point DT DK Kalu 2023 Ponchatoula (LA) DT Tyler Bailey 2023 Bradenton (FL) DT Will Norman 2023 Osceola (FL) DT John Walker 2023 Richmond (VA) DT Joel Starlings2023 Clear Falls DT Serigne Tounkara Pearland LB Dylan Dixson Bryan LB Nic Caraway A&M Consolidated LB Tyndall McNamara Magnolia LB Will Alexander 2023 Many (LA) LB Tackett Curtis 2023 Raleigh (MS) LB Suntarine Perkins2023 Shadow Creek LB Scott Koumado 2023 Tampa (FL) LB Troy Bowles2023 Lewisville Hebron LB Carson Dean 2023 Baton Rouge (LA) LB Jaiden Ausberry 2023 Clear Falls LB Corey Kelly Lexington S Jarred Kerr Shadow Creek S Dejuan Lewis 2023 Katy S Arian Parish 2023 New Iberia (LA) S Derek Williams 2023 Duncanville S Deldrick Madison 2023 Denton Ryan S Peyton Bowen 2023 Dallas Parish Episcopal S Daniel Demery 2024 Clear Lake S Damani Maxson Port Arthur Memorial CB Jaylon Guilbeau Spring CB Dorian Friend Spring Dekaney CB Jaiden RobertsonClear Lake CB Julian Humphrey San Diego (CA) CB Jalil Tucker San Diego (CA) CB Jahlil Florence 2023 Dickinson CB Vernon Glover Jr 2023 College Station CB AJ Tisdell 2023 Arlington Martin CB Javien Toviano 2023 Tallahassee (FL) CB Makari Vickers2023 Houston Kinkaid CB Micah Bell 2024 Clear Lake CB Hunter Moddon 2024 Dickinson CB Nicholas Peace
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