Deldrick Madison
Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL

Deldrick Madison

Cornerback
6′0″ / 180 lbs
Duncanville, TX
Duncanville
Class of 2023
Rating: 87
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National Avg
Rating: 88.8
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Arizona
Medium
Arkansas
Medium
Baylor
Medium
Boston College
Medium
Cincinnati
Medium
Colorado
Medium
Georgia Tech
Medium
Kansas
Medium
Kansas State
Medium
Liberty
Medium
Louisville
Medium
Michigan
Medium
Michigan State
Medium
Missouri
Medium
Oklahoma
Medium
Oklahoma State
Medium
SMU
Medium
South Carolina
Medium
TCU
Medium
Tennessee
Medium
Texas
Medium
Texas Tech
Medium
Toledo
Medium
USC
Medium
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Ryan Brauninger
1 yr 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
Jason Howell
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Stopped through Duncanville
I had the chance to stop through the City of Champions yesterday and see the Duncanville Panthers get in an offseason workout. I did not get to see big defensive end and key Texas A&M target Omari Abor because he was with the basketball team which won a big game last night to advance to the state championships. Before we get started though, the Aggies do seem to be very much in the mix for Abor. He recently took a virtual visit to Texas A&M and coach Terry Price is making sure he knows just how valued he is by the Aggies. I'm working to get in touch with him for a quick update, but Oklahoma, Ohio State, and Texas are among the others very much involved right now. I could see him playing out the process but it also would not surprise me to see him make a preseason decision if he is able to take a few trips.Another big Texas A&M target is offensive lineman Jaylen Early. I posted an update on him earlier and he is keeping in very close communication with offensive line coach Josh Henson. He mentioned trimming his list to around 5 in the next few months and right now I like the Aggies chances to make that list. If the dead period ends this summer, look for him to get out and take some visits, and as he said, he wants to see College Station. The Aggies have also offered offensive lineman Cameron Williams, but it does not look like the Aggies are very involved here. His current top schools are Oklahoma, Ohio State, Oregon, and Tennessee because their coaches and their offenses. He hopes to narrow things down and make a decision this summer. Those three are far from the only prospects to watch. To state it plainly, Duncanville is loaded. They have athletes all over the field and big men in the trenches. If I had to make a prediction on the next Duncanville prospect to receive an offer from the Aggies. I would look no further than 2023 CB Deldrick Madison. The 6-foot, 180-pound cornerback has been piling up the offers lately. He is a quick twitch prospect with excellent change of direction. He definitely passes the eyeball test too. He currently holds offers from the likes of Oklahoma, Baylor, Michigan, Colorado, Oklahoma State, and USC. In 2022 there are a few sleepers I could see emerging on bigger radars down the road, including Texas A&M's depending on needs.S Pierre Goree is a guy I highlighted a few weeks ago, but to refresh your memories he is a 6-1, 210-pound S who ran a 10.58 100m. He has some serious speed, and he saw things really start to click into place as he learned the position last fall. In the last few weeks he has added offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, UNLV, Colorado, and San Diego State, and he has also begun to receive interest from Oklahoma.DT Quincy Wright is right there at the top of my list. He checks in at 6-4, 295 and he has been a mainstay on the Panthers defensive front since his sophomore year. It is crazy to think this guy does not have one offer from the state of Texas. At the very least SMU, Baylor, Texas Tech should be all over him. He has an SEC build and I could see him blowing up on the camp scene. I got to see him run the circle yesterday and he can move. He is an athlete and he is well coached. His offer list includes Arkansas, Minnesota, Kansas, Oregon State, Marshall, and Colorado State with the last three arriving in February.WR/TE Jerrale Powers is another I could see blowing up. He is 6-4, 220 and he definitely looks the part. He has the athleticism college coaches love and the frame to continue to add weight. I could easily see him being a Landen King type of prospect. I love his potential as a flex-TE type and could see his stock take off at the position. UConn is his most recent offer. Oregon State offered in February. In 2023 I have my eye on a few guys. ATH Lontrell Turner is a difference maker with the ball in his hands and he has the best nickname in the state "Boo Bam". He checks in at 6-foot, 175 and he is an all-around offensive playmaker. He can line up in the backfield at RB or wildcat QB or he could split out to receiver. He is a dangerous threat after the catch where his speed, quickness, and instincts take over. He currently holds offers from Baylor, Georgia Tech, and SMU. Another couple of 2023s I could see emerging are OL Jerry Scales and LB Kaleb Kenney. Scales is a little undersized. He is listed at 6-3, but I'd put him closer to 6-2 and he is 245 right now. He started at center for Duncanville as a sophomore after only playing the position for a year, and his tape is some of the most fun you will see. He fires off the ball and he is mauling people. He has the frame to build on and if he adds another inch or two he has a chance to be a great center prospect. Kenney is a standout on both sides of the ball but at 6-1, 200, he already has the look of a LB. Duncanville is looking for a few to jump into the mix after the departure of seniors Kendrick Blackshire and JD Thursby and Kenney is definitely a guy to watch. Then there is the 2024 class, and it packs a big punch. Defensive end Colin Simmons is 6-2, 215 and already has the nickname Baby Abor. He is explosive off the edge and like Abor he is also on the basketball team. https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1369432837095559172?s=20https://www.hudl.com/video/3/15060525/5fdb9cafb3c8230c9cc30b58Staying on the defensive line, DT Alex January is another one to watch. At 6-4, 290 he made a name for himself on the scout team during last fall's playoffs. I listed him as Michael yesterday when I tweeted his picture and info, but he goes by Alex. His father, Michael January, played LB at Texas. In addition to football, Alex is also a standout baseball player. https://twitter.com/_mclements/status/1368615467561148417?s=20In the secondary Ka'Davion Dotson (6-0, 170) is already making waves as well, stout and speedy WR Ti'Erick Martin (5-7, 160) has been shaking people up on the camp and 7-on-7 circuit.
TexAgs Recruiting Rankings: Updating Texas' top prospects in '22, '23 & '24
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
TexAgs Recruiting Rankings: Updating Texas' top prospects in '22, '23 & '24
As spring football around the state of Texas draws near, the TexAgs Recruiting team took the time to update their in-state rankings in the classes of 2022, 2023 and 2024, and a number of Texas A&M commits and priority targets are among the highly-rated prospects.
Jason Howell
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Some Monday Recruiting Notes
Rockwall-Heath 2022 WR Jay Fair continues to put the Aggies high on his list. He does not have a narrowed list at this time, but Texas A&M and coach Craig continue to make an impression. We will have more from Fair later but he told me the Aggies would be in his top five right now. One school I would keep an eye on is TCU. He mentioned them a few times and there has been some TCU buzz surrounding Fair with wide receiver coach Malcolm Kelly is developing a strong bond there. I had the chance to see Jadon Scarlett and I will have an interview with him as well as some highlights from his workout. He currently checks in at a solid 6-2, 260. His powerful base, violent hands, and quickness definitely stood out as I watched him work. The Aggies continue to pursue with defensive line coach Terry Price leading the Aggies efforts. The Aggies are watching him closely and he has been keeping in close contact with coach Price. He does not have any decision plans for right now, but the Aggies are high on his list.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1358176001679884290?s=20Denton Ryan 2023 LB Anthony Hill continues to show impressively at any and all showcases. He is a big fluid athlete and he has shown he can be just as effective dropping into coverage as he can pursuing the run or getting pressure in the backfield. He recently had a Zoom call with coach Santucci and the Aggies seem to be squarely in the mix. He plays 7-on-7 for True Buzz which also has strong ties to Buddy Johnson and Buddy is a guy Hill looks up to and respects. It is also clear he likes what he saw out of Texas A&M's defense. It is still early in his recruiting process, but Hill is a guy I expect the Aggies to be a real player for when he does decide to start narrowing his focus. We will have more from Hill later.There was a lot of Bryce Anderson talk over the weekend. It is clear Texas has ramped up their efforts, and right now, based on what I was told from a few different sources, they look like the Aggies' main competition for the West Brook standout. That said, based on the same sources, I still like Texas A&M's chances more than anyone elses and I say that with a pretty high confidence level. Coach Elko and coach Ish have done a great job developing the relationship there, and the relationship along with the SEC are nice pluses for the Aggies.Aledo S Bryan Allen is another top safety to recently re-open his recruitment after an early commitment to LSU. He says he is keeping his options open right now, but Texas, Georgia, Kansas State, and Texas Tech are four schools coming on very strong. He did mention Texas A&M as a school he wants to visit once the COVID Dead Period is lifted. Texas A&M is in the mix but I expect him to take his time. It was good to see DeSoto 2023 WR Johntay Cook over the weekend. He showed well throughout the weekend, making catches in traffic and creating space. He is one of the top receivers in 2023 and he was one of the first in-state offers the Aggies extended in the 2023 class. Closing out my Pylon coverage there are a few 2023s Texas A&M fans may want to write down. Justin Northwest QB Jake Strong led the Northwest Texans to a 7-4 record this fall and completed 197 of 306 passes for 2,319 yards, 25 TDs, and only 5 INTs. The ball pops out of his hand and he has the arm to make all the throws. Duncanville CB Deldrick Madison is another one. He turned quite a few heads this fall and is starting to see his offer list blow up. The 6-foot, 180-pound sophomore picked up offers from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Missouri, and Michigan at the end of January. Then there is Arlington Seguin CB Jamel Johnson. Johnson has been on the Aggies radar the longest of all these guys, and has already visited College Station. He has been a mainstay on Seguin's defense the last two years. I have heard all three of these guys are emerging on Texas A&M's radar.Over the weekend I also had an opportunity to check out a few intriguing under the radar guys when I went to watch Jadon Scarlett. Argyle 2022 OL Sheridan Wilson has been one of my favorites in this class for awhile now. He currently checks in at 6-4.5, 280 and he has been impressive at every showing. He is a bit undersized for a tackle prospect but he gets bigger and bigger every time I see him and I won't be shocked at all if we are talking about a 6-5, 6-6 prospect by the time he hits a college campus. Great bend and athleticism, strong, and he is from a football family. Coach Henson also has some ties, he recruiting Sheridan's older brother to Oklahoma State. If he continues to grow I could see him becoming a legitimate prospect for the Aggies.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1358172482159656966?s=20Argyle 2023 DE Michael Madrie was a guy who really caught my attention. It was the first time I saw him in person and he is a legitimate 6-4, maybe even 6-5. He has a great build and he is already 230. In addition to his size he impressed me this weekend with his quick first step and overall athleticism.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1358171638395731981?s=20Another Argyle 2023 is OL/DL Wes Tucker. He is the younger brother of 2021 Texas Tech signee Jack Tucker, and I would give Wes the edge athletically over his older brother. He does not have quite the build of his older brother just yet, but Wes stands in at 6-5, 250 and I could see him growing into a nice OL prospect over the next few years. Then there was 2024 Flower Mound Marcus DT Matt Bryant. He is right around 6-2, 250 but what really stood out to me was how he competed with the older guys. He took on Sheridan Wilson, he faced another Argyle 2022 and even took on a 2021 who will play college ball and he held his own. He was quick off the ball, he worked his hands, and showed a lot of potential. https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1358174170861961221?s=20

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