Willie Goodacre

Willie Goodacre

Offensive Lineman
6′5″ / 290 lbs
Denton, TX
Class of 2024
Rating: 86

National Avg
Rating: 86.7

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Jason Howell
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
Notes from the Dallas Next Level Athlete Camp
The Next Level Athlete Texas Top 100 Showcase made its way to Dallas on Sunday and here's a few notes and thoughts from the day.Texas A&M notes-Aledo 2024 LB Davhon Keys continues to impress. Sunday he showed up to work with the defensive backs and work on his one-on-one pass coverage. He did not disappoint. He was quick in his change of direction throughout the day, was comfortable deep in coverage, and made several strong plays on the ball.. I got to see Keys three times this fall and everytime i came away more impressed. He is always around the ball and in position to make a play. It's not always the flashiest, but he is a playmaker in the middle of the defense. Keys is still figuring out his Jr Day plans and he is considering a visit to Texas A&M for the Aggies Jan 28 Jr Day.-Lewisville 2025 OL Michael Fasusi is still very young in the game but it is easy to see what has college coaches hot on his trail. He had the fastest feet of any OL at the camp and at 6-5, 280, he still has plenty of room for growth on his frame. Long armed and athletic, he bends really well and you can see the power. I feel good predicting he will be one of the state's and nation's best.Fasusi's size, athleticism, and versatility quickly caught my attention at Lewisville this fall and after hearing he was a soccer player with on 3 years of football experience let's just say I had a feeling it was only a matter of time before he began to reel in the offers. He projects at OT and I think that's where he sticks. He came in as the heavy TE and played plenty of OT throughout the season.Texas A&M offered this week and Fasusi is intrigued. He'll visit A&M for the Jan 28th Jr Day.-Red Oak 2025 DE Kamauryn Morgan took home the overall camp MVP honors. He is a long, lean 6-4, 225, and a fluid athlete with quick twitch off the ball. His weight is deceptive, he hides his 225 well, and he has plenty of room for growth.I didn't get to see Morgan in person this fall, so i was pretty excited to see him yesterday. He did not disappoint.Texas A&M offered this week and he will visit this coming weekend (Jan 21) for Jr Day. -Mansfield Legacy 2024 S Landyn Cleveland did not work out because he was resting an injur he suffered in track practice but he was out and hanging around. He passes the eyeball test at a solid 6-foot, 185, and he is on Texas A&M's radar. The Aggies have yet to offer and have some ground to make up. He announced a top 10 of Texas Tech, Texas, Baylor, Arizona St, TCU, Auburn, Colorado, Arkansas, Washington, and SMU, but the Aggies have been in communication and yesterday he said he plans to attend A&M's Jan 28th Jr Day.Some guys who caught my attention-Lancaster 2024 OL Tobias Steppe generated some big time buzz and is a guy I expect to be on many college radars over thr next few months. He was out with injury this fall and does not have any tape, but he is a long, lean 6-6, 256 and he moved really well on the day. Without game tape the offers may not come quickly but I could see it being a busy spring and summer as college coaches see him in person.-Midlothian Heritage LB Temerrick Johnson is listed as an edge on his hudl but he worked with the LBs on Sunday. He not only showed the quickness that makes him a threat off the edge but he showed some really nice COD and range to his game. He also checked in at 6-3.5, 205 and his efforts earned him LB MVP honors. Houston, Rice, and UTSA have already offered but I have a feeling his offer list is about to grow considerably. This guy is a P5 prospect.-I never went to cover a Lewisville game looking for 2024 CB Tony-Louis Nkuba, but everytime he made an impression. At yesterday's camp he did it again and took home DB MVP honors. A solid 6-foot, 170, he was a wet blanket in 1-on-1s and made some great plays on the ball throughout the camp. Arizona St, Texas Tech, ans Austin Peay have already offered but he'll continue to see that list grow.-Plano East DE Chima Chineke's length is going to draw a lot of attention at over 6-foot-4, 220. I don't have the measurements but I feel confident saying his hands, feet, and arms measurements are going to be well above average.-Chapel Hill WR Cameron Kelley quickly drew attention when he checked in at over 6-4, and right at 185. -Keep an eye on Tyler Legacy DE Travis Jackson. He quietly put together a very strong season opposite of Alabama signee Jordan Renaud and he has legit size and length at 6-3.5, 220 pounds. He already holds offers from Texas Tech. Another edge defender to keep an eye on is Armstrong Nnodim. He checked in right at 6-2 so he's on the short side but he has been a terror off the edge at camps and had a very strong showing this fall. He just started wrestling and is currently undefeated and toying with people. He's one explosive dude off the edge and in the right scheme he could be a heck of a playmaker.-North McKinney 2024 TE Nate Markiewicz is a big target and a true in-line option at 6-5, 250, and he took home TE MVP honors for showing some reliable hands on the day. I was also impressed with Richardson Pearce 2024 TE Jewlyen Roberts . He's over 6-3, and a solid 235, moved well in and out of his cuts, and is also a standout on the baseball field.-Frisco Emerson 2024 QB Michael Hawkins took home QB MVP honors for the second year in a row. DeSoto's DJ Bailey was again right on his heels. Argyle Liberty Christian's Cole Welliver spun the ball well as did China Springs Cash McCollum and Frisco Wakeland's Brennan Myer.-Denton Guyer's Willie Goodacre took home OL MVP honors. He worked at OT but I see him being a better fit at OG on the college level. Flower Mound Marcus 2024 Jack Tanner turned heads with his performance throughout at 6-6, 275. Melissa 2025 OL Owen Hollenbeck also had another strong performance.-Guyer 2024 WR Josiah Martin was the top performer at WR on Sunday. He is a route technician with exceptional quickness, and body control.-China Spring' 2024 DE Greydon Grimes worked out at both DE and TE on the day. He is the son of Baylor OC Jeff Grimes and checked in at 6-6, 235 on the day. Former Southlake Carroll 2024 TE Harrison Moore is making the move to OL, he's a light 240 pounds but he has some quick feet, has plenty of room on his 6-5 frame, and has been a strong blocker for the Dragons at TE.-It was good to see a couple of 2026 RBs making waves. Carthage's KJ Edwards who turned plenty of heads this fall for the Bulldogs and Frisco Lone Star's Davian Groce who already holds offers from Arizona St and Texas Tech.NLA MVPsOL - Willie Goodacre, Denton GuyerDL - Xavier Ukponu, Denton Guyer (2025)LB - Temerrick Johnson, Midlothian HeritageRB - Deonte Dean, Dallas Lake HighlandsOverall - Kamauryn Morgan, Red Oak (2025)WR - Josiah Martin, Denton GuyerTE - Nate Markiewicz, McKinney NorthQB - Mike Hawkins, Frisco EmersonDB - Tony-Louis Nkuba, Lewisville
Photo Gallery: Jimbo Fisher Football Camp (Week 1)
9 mo ago by TexAgs
Photo Gallery: Jimbo Fisher Football Camp (Week 1)
It's officially camp season as some of the biggest high school football prospects will be making their way to Aggieland to participate in the Jimbo Fisher Football Camp. TexAgs presents a collection of our best shots from the first week of the JFFC in College Station.
Jason Howell
10 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few quick notes from today's travels
I made a few trips today and we'll start with Denton Guyer. I dropped by to see Wildcat's S Peyton Bowen. The Aggies have been showing significant interest in the Notre Dame commitment and he had some very positive things to say about his trip to College Station in April. He has noticed coach Price and coach Durkin's presence around Guyer this spring and keeps in regular contact with the staff. In talking with a few people I continue to get the vibe Texas A&M and Oklahoma are the biggest threats to Notre Dame and I also get the feeling the Irish know that. He said he did not have any visits, official or unofficial, scheduled to either, but I think it is very likely he returns to both schools this summer. Another Guyer prospect making plans to get to College Station is 2024 OL Willie Goodacre. Since the start of May he has received offers from SMU, UNT, and Nebraska. He already has plans to visit Oklahoma this summer, and he told me his also planning to get to make some call and work out a trip to College Station. Peyton's brother Eli Bowen is another prospect I could see finding his way firmly onto Texas A&M's radar. He is already a well known playmaker on both sides of the ball and holds several major offers. This afternoon I stopped by Frisco (TX) Centennial to see new Texas A&M 2024 RB offer Harry Stewart. To clear things up, he is no relation to Evan Stewart, but his mom did run track at OU. His dad played tennis and went to Grambling. He also has a couple of Texas A&M ties - his aunt and uncle are professors at Texas A&M. He could not remember the date of his Texas A&M visit when I saw him today, but he will be in College Station. All in all, a very impressive RB at 5-10, 205, and he seemed like a great young man.
Three Things: Prospects building bonds with A&M, new DFW offer & more
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Prospects building bonds with A&M, new DFW offer & more
As he does every Friday morning, TexAgs' senior recruiting analyst Jason Howell offered up another round of his weekly recruiting thoughts. In this edition of his three things, Howell discussed 2023 prospects A&M has established relationships with and much more.
Jason Howell
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
A few recruiting notes from my travels
I got to see Allen (TX) 2024 QB Michael Hawkins in person over the weekend at the VTO/Catapult camp in DeSoto, and his throwing ability definitely stood out. He consistently threw the best ball on the day. There were some strong winds and his ball cut through with ease and was well placed. The Aggies have not offered but mutual interest has been shown. He visited Texas A&M in January and he and his family sat down with Jimbo Fisher. Positive impressions were made on both sides, and as we reported in our recent update he is planning to return this spring.I also had the chance to see Lancaster (TX) 2024 CB Corian Gipson. At 6-0, 170, Gipson already holds double digit offers after a strong season at safety, and while Texas A&M has not offered him yet, coach Rushing and the Aggies are watching closely. He is likely to make it to College Station at some point this spring or summer. He is being pursued by at safety and cornerback. He spent most of last fall at safety due to need but he has played corner in the past. His length, change of direction, and cover skills give him the potential to be one of the best CBs in the class.I also got to see another top 2024 CB on Texas A&M's radar in Denton Guyer's Eli Bowen who happens to be the younger brother of Notre Dame commit and Guyer 2023 standout S Peyton Bowen. Both brothers showed they are playmakers and the Aggies have already offered Peyton. Peyton committed to Notre Dame in on New Years Day, but it has not kept recruiters away. Oklahoma is probably the biggest threat to Notre Dame right now with the Sooner staff and Guyer QB Jackson Arnold in his ear. Peyton has been in touch with Texas A&M DB coach TJ Rushing and I would not be surprised to see both brothers visit at some point. Eli checks in at 5-10, 170 and already holds offers from Texas Tech, Ole Miss, LSU, and Colorado.I stopped through Ennis on Wednesday and got my first look at 2025 WR Gracen Harris. He's on the small side at 5-10, 160, but he is a dynamic receiver. As a freshman, he finished just shy of 1200 yards and was one of the top receivers in the state. He has been in communication with Texas A&M and he is planning to visit this spring. Harris currently holds offers from Texas Tech, Pitt, and Kansas. He will run track and play baseball this spring. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/16311332/61a67dbda018e407e8ce1457The following guys I could see emerging on Texas A&M's radarDenton Guyer 2024 OL Willie Goodacre is one to watch. He started at LT last year, moving from DL to OL right before the season. Last spring he was a 6-4, 230-pound DL, he started the season at 6-5, 280. He now checks in at 290 and his tape is something to watch. He does not have any scholarship offers yet, but he is on college radars including Texas A&M's radar. I could see him earning an offer after a very strong camp season or even after coaches see him in person this spring. When I saw Denton (TX) Guyer 2024 OT Willie Goodacre last spring he was 230-pound DE full of potential. Now he’s a 6-5, 290 OT with some explosive tape, get at him @goodacrewillie | @DentonGuyer_FB | @coachrodneywebb | @mike_gallegos16 #2outhSi4e pic.twitter.com/67zbLu5KqF— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) February 22, 2022 https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11814346/61f1ae8cf31d2609200dba97One of the more intriguing 2023 prospects I saw for the first time is Southlake Carroll 2023 OT Drew Perez. He is only 16 so he's a young 2023 prospect and he checks in at 6-7, 320. He moved to Southlake about 4 games into the 2020 season and was a JV TE his first year in the program. He does not have much film from 2021 after serving mostly in a back-up role but coaches feel like he is in for a big spring and summer. The size alone is quick to draw attention but he also bends well and has some nice upper body strength. He'll probably have to camp or show strong on film in 2022 before he's a legitimate high level prospect, but he has some real potential to blow up over the course of the process.Southlake (TX) Carroll 2023 OL Drew Perez. 6-7, 325, just scratching the surface. Flexible, quick feet, strong upper body, and primed for a big spring and summer@DrewPerezTx | @CarrollDragonFB | @coachrdodge | @SLC_Recruiting pic.twitter.com/k8W33faGEu— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) February 22, 2022 I also like what I have seen from Southlake Carroll 2024 OL Drew Cunningham. He checks in right around 6-2.5-6-3 and weighs in at 265. He played and started at OT and OC as a sophomore and earned first-team all-district honors for his efforts. He is a smart, strong, and athletic presence in the trenches, and he was one of the top OLs at the VTO Camp on Sunday.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/15991864/61f62cf57bd30009943a68c0A fun sleeper to watch is Lancaster (TX) 2022 RB Kyson Brown. He checks in at 5-11, 200 and he had to sit out last fall due to transfer rules. He transferred in from Tupelo (MS) and is nicknamed Sip, and he already holds offers from Incarnate Word, SMU, and Marshall and interest is coming from TCU and Oklahoma State. Has several other top programs inquiring about him. A few more intriguing prospects TE Jack Van Dorselaer, Southlake Carroll (2025) - 6-4, 225 and there's already a lot of buzz about his potential DL Xavier Ukponu, Denton Guyer (2025) - 6-3, 256 and is already making waves at GuyerWR Stanley Okpulor, Allen (2024) - 6-2, 185, holds UTSA offer and man he passes the eyeball testRB Kewan Lacy, Lancaster (2024) - 6-0, 190 transferred in from Nolan CatholicWR Kam Robinson, Lancaster (2024) - 6-0, 175 transferred in from DeSoto, WR MVP at VTO/Catapult campWR Brayden Robinson, Red Oak (2026) - 5-9, 150, clocked a 4.47 electronic 40 and recorded over 22mph on the catapult sensor. That is flat out flying. 21 is considered elite.Top MPH Speeds at the @VTOSPORTS Dallas Camp Yesterday!!! ALL @catapultsports Verified...@braydenro_ - 22.46 MPH@AundreMinnifie1 - 22.36 MPH@_Colton_Clement - 21.88 MPH@Ty_W1LL - 21.79 MPH@Rohanfluellen17 - 21.73 MPH#TheCatapultAdvantage and #TestInTheVest pic.twitter.com/8lm4f5mlFQ— Jeff Martin - Catapult (@Jeff_XOS) February 21, 2022
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