Kalib Hicks
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL

Kalib Hicks

Running Back
6′0″ / 200 lbs
Denton, TX
Ryan
Class of 2023
Rating: 86
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National Avg
Rating: 87.0
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School Preferences

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Oklahoma
Committed
6/15/2022
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Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
17 days ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
The high school and college football seasons might be over, but recruiting never stops as camp season and official visits are in full swing. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the Lone Star state recruiting front as the offseason rolls on.
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
The high school and college football seasons might be over, but recruiting never stops. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the Lone Star state recruiting front as the offseason rolls on.
Jason Howell
10 mo ago by Jason Howell
Notes, Quotes, and Thoughts from my weekend
Top Targets I saw:Argyle DL Jadon Scarlett (2022) - Texas A&M commit Wylie East DE Anthony James (2023) - Texas A&M commit Allen OL Neto Umeozulu (2022) Allen DL David Hicks (2023)Denton Ryan LB Anthony Hill (2023)Longview WR Jalen Hale (2023) The final scores:-Wylie East 19 Mount Pleasant 14-Allen 56 Plano East 30-Denton Ryan 40 Longview 7 -Argyle 45 Nolan Catholic 29Some Recruiting notes -Scarlett and James are solidly committed and active on the recruiting front. Look for both to attend games in College Station this fall. James is planning to visit for Bama.-Allen 2023 DL David Hicks continues to keep in close contact with coach Elijah Robinson, and when I say close contact, I mean they talk daily. He continues to have a high interest in the Aggies.-Allen 2022 OL Neto Umeozulu has been pretty quiet but he cleared up some of the mystery when we talked to him a few weeks ago. I continue to hear a he would like to make a decision soon, but he has wants to take some visits. Whether it's an official or unofficial I expect him to get back to Texas A&M at some point this fall. Others in contention include USC, Alabama, LSU, and Texas.-Denton Ryan 2023 LB Anthony Hill continues to take in the recruiting process. He has a great relationship with the coaching staff with coach Tyler Santucci leading the charge. Everyone is in hot pursuit, but I look for the Aggies to very much be a factor when he starts narrowing his focus.-Longview 2023 WR Jalen Hale, I did not get a chance to catch up with him. Oklahoma has been talked about quite a bit with him, and I look for them to be a factor, but I also think Texas A&M, Texas, LSU, and others will factor into things before it's all said and done.Some thoughts on the game action-Anthony Hill and David Hicks are for real - They are my top two defenders in the 2023 class for a reason and are two of the best regardless of year. The hype is real guys. These guys are violent and relentless. They play with speed, they play with an edge, and they pursue, pursue, pursue. I'm sure they both piled up the stats, but I also don't need stats to tell me they had great games. My eyes saw it. These are two special talents and I highly recommend anyone able bodied football fan to get out to see these guys. Two of the state’s best, Ryan’s Anthony Hill (@thegoatanthony1) gets out to bring down Longview’s Jalen Hale (@JalenHale8) as he makes his move after the catch pic.twitter.com/1i4HvcRWFd— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) August 28, 2021 Talk about a hustle play, 2023 DL David Hicks (@DJ2g23) comes from his DE spot across the field to get in on the downfield tackle. That’s 6-4, 268 on the move@alleneaglesfb pic.twitter.com/JbPQORJdmu— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) August 28, 2021 -Anthony James flashed his potential throughout Wylie East's win over Mount Pleasant. At 6-5, 240 he has some special athleticism and moves in ways a big guy should not be able to do. He saw multiple blockers throughout the night and made his presence felt as the Raiders secured their first win of the season. Overall, I thought he had a solid performance and I look forward to seeing his progress throughout the year. Wylie East standout 2023 DE and Texas A&M commit Anthony James (@AntJamesII) applies the pressure and East grabs the INT #DUBEAST #GigEm pic.twitter.com/e7qRQB3KfC— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) August 27, 2021 -Jadon Scarlett has been slowed by an ankle sprain this preseason and entered the game knowing his action was going to be limited. In only a half of play, his quick first step showed and he was able to get into the backfield and make his presence felt. The injury is not anything serious, Argyle is just being cautious right now which they can do because they have some real talent up frontTexas A&M commit @jadon_scarlett in the backfield for the TFL #GigEm pic.twitter.com/cAY6SZ48Mp— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) August 29, 2021 -Neto Umeozulu continues to be one of my favorites. He plays with a nasty edge as you will see in his game clips. He showed some nifty footwork, picked up blocks downfield, and played with power and strength throughout the night. -Jalen Hale and the Longview offense was pretty much contained by a stout Denton Ryan defense. Hale had a few nice receptions and there is no denying his talent. His size, catch radius, body control, and athleticism are special. More standouts-QB/ATH TJ Washington, Wylie East (2023) - he made a variety of plays and lined up at QB, RB, and WR. Shifty and quick, he finished with 18 carries for 157 yards and a TD. TJ Washington (@LilRex2023) works his magic as he escapes defenders on the way for the scoreWylie East 13Mount Pleasant 710:56 2nd Q#txhsfb pic.twitter.com/A8V3EK3SWp— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) August 27, 2021 -RB Jaylen Jenkins, Allen (2022) - he started the game with a 94-yard KO return and also had a 90-yard TD run. He is not the biggest but he has a compact build and he is shifty with plenty of speed. He finished with 204 yards and 3 TDs on 9 carries and the KO return gave him 4 total TDs on the night.Jaylen Jenkins (@D1_Jay) made several big plays and here’s one of them. A little catch and run to move the chains pic.twitter.com/k1sGNT9uDm— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) August 28, 2021 -RB Kalib Hicks, Denton Ryan (2022) - An every down back, Hicks brings the size, speed, balance, and vision to the table. He rushed for 139 yards and 3 TDs on 9 carries as he helped push the Raiders past LongviewQB Drew Devillier, Plano East (2024) - 19 of 30 for 244 yards and 2 TDs against a stout Allen defense. At 6-4, 195 he was cool under pressure and fit the ball in some tight windows. He committed to TCU baseball over the weekend but keep an eye on this guy.6-4, 195-pound Plano East 2024 QB Drew DeVillier (@DevillierDrew) played some ball tonight. Put the ball in some tight spots and on the money. Here’s TD No.1 to tie it at 7s early in the first pic.twitter.com/57JFyOYHSs— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) August 28, 2021 -DL Riley Van Poppel, Argyle (2023) 6-4, 260 and played both TE and DL on Friday night. He was a disruptive presence throughout and was named defensive MVP for his efforts-DE Michael Madrie, Argyle (2023) 6-5, 245 he has length, athleticism, a strong motor, and a work ethic to go with it. He plays a smart brand of ball and is turning heads of college coachesQuotes"It feels great. We've been working hard for all these months and we finally have it. It all paid off, all the work. The grind we had all summer, all the conditioning, lifting, it all came together. We came with change and we ended with a win." - Anthony James, on Wylie East's win"We performed well. We had a record of giving up in the second half and we pulled through." - Anthony James on Wylie East's performance"I'm not going to lie in the first half I was really nervous. I've never played in front of a big crowd like this. Then the second half I really woke up and started doing what I do best and playing some football." - David Hicks on his first game as an Allen Eagle"I've been waiting on this day. I've been waiting to put some film out for these coaches." - Jaylen Jenkins on his performance"I couldn't do it without my blockers. They're the GOAT. They bring it every week. They go through tough work every day. They go through adversity and fight through and never complain." - Jaylen Jenkins on his offensive line"I'm feeling good. It's just a small little ankle sprain and I'll be back in no time." - Jadon Scarlett on his injury"This D-line is an amazing, phenomenal group of guys, and I can't wait to be able to contribute with them" - Jadon Scarlett on the Argyle D-line
Jason Howell
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Stopped through Denton Ryan
I made my way to Denton Ryan earlier this week and while the state champion Raiders lose some key pieces they are once again loaded with talent. Let's start at the top Texas A&M targets.You guys know the names well. In 2022 it is DT and Georgia commit Bear Alexander. Since his Georgia commitment we have said the Aggies would continue to pursue and that is indeed the case. As we have been saying this is one to continue to watch as the process plays out. Then in 2023 there is all-everything LB Anthony Hill. He keeps in close contact with coach Santucci and he has been very positive when speaking of the Aggies, his relationship with the coaches, and the defense. He also looks up to Buddy Johnson. It's still early in his process, but I look for the Aggies to be involved in this one for the long haul.https://twitter.com/thegoatanthony1/status/1380533422741983240?s=20The Aggies also offered 2022 CB Austin Jordan. He currently has a top three of Ohio State, Oklahoma, and Texas and he has plans to take his visits in June. The Aggies have seemed to be on the periphery of this one for one reason or another throughout and it is easy for me to project him elsewhere.Next man upThe Aggies are already involved with 2023 LB Anthony Hill and the Ryan 2023 class has some guys who are primed to take some big steps on the recruiting scene.RB Kalib Hicks (2023) - At 6-foot, 200, Hicks is the highest profile of the 2023 class. He played a big role in Ryan's championship run rushing for 838 yards on 117 carries while sharing the workload with his older brother Ke'ori Hicks. He has size, but he also brings a great blend of vision, balance, and speed to the table. Colorado and San Diego State have already offered.OC Kolt De La Torre (2023) - The 6-foot-2, 280-pound standout was a mainstay in the trenches for the Raiders. He is violent and he is smart. Football is in his blood too. His father, Aaron De La Torre, is now the Defensive Coordinator at Ryan and he played at Stephen F. Austin as well as the NFL. His older brother, Alex De La Torre, played at Texas and is also on staff at Ryan. De La Torre is strong and stout and just getting started. https://twitter.com/CoachDayLa/status/1380000024071974915?s=20WR Jordyn Bailey (2023) - With Billy Bowman at OU, Ryan is in need of a quick strike, game breaker with speed and Bailey is the odds-on favorite to step into that roll. He is only 5-9, 160-pounds but he showed he could be a versatile threat last fall on his way to 31 receptions for 510 yards and 7 TDs. He is the Raiders leading returning receiver and he has a strong rapport with QB Khalon Davis. Colorado has already offered.QB Khalon Davis (2023) - Seth Henigan is now at Memphis, and it is time for Khalon Davis to shine. The 6-foot, 175-pound standout has shown well in the opportunities he has received, and this is his chance to make a big jump into the spotlight. He can put some zip on the ball and throws with accuracy and touch. He has P5 ability. DL Tre Bates (2024) - The 6-2, 230-pound prospect is generating quite a bit of buzz around Ryan, and when the Raiders talk about violent defenders I listen because that defense is one of the most aggressive in the state. He did not play varsity ball last year, but look for him to make his presence felt in a big way in 2021. He could play inside or outside with his size, power, and quickness.A sleeperLook no further than 2022 Michael Gee. He is a deep sleeper because of his size (6-foot, 220) and position (DL). However, his tape is as fun as any tape you will see. He is also working at LB and could play a number of positions for the Ryan defense. Last fall he made plays all over the field with 98 tackles and 25 TFLs and I could see him turning quite a few heads on the camp circuit this summer.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/13702711/600f4b735ca93010e02197ec

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