Jaden Platt

Jaden Platt

Tight End
6′5″ / 225 lbs
Haslet, TX
Class of 2023
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Texas A&M
Florida State
Iowa State
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Sights & Sounds: 2021 Jimbo Fisher Football Camp, Part 1


Sights & Sounds: 2021 Jimbo Fisher Football Camp, Part 1
1 day ago by Walker Lott
Sights & Sounds: 2021 Jimbo Fisher Football Camp, Part 1
Some of the best high school prospects from across the nation participated in the Jimbo Fisher Football Camp in College Station this week. TexAgs presents highlights of the workouts including Jayden Wayne, Bryce Anderson and more.
2023 Haslet Eaton tight end Jaden Platt picks up Texas A&M offer
4 days ago by Jason Howell
2023 Haslet Eaton tight end Jaden Platt picks up Texas A&M offer
After a strong showing at Wednesday's Jimbo Fisher Football Camp, 2023 Haslet Eaton TE Jaden Platt earned an offer from Texas A&M. Platt spoke to TexAgs about his performance at the camp and what having an offer in hand means to him.
Jason Howell
4 days ago by Jason Howell
A few notes and stuff from Day 1 of Camp
Alright let's highlight a few of our news, notes, and standouts from today's campNew offerTE Jaden Platt, Haslet Eaton - The 6-5, 225-pound standout earned an offer after a strong camp performance. He stood out from the beginning of drills all the way through to the end, and it was not really a surprise. He has been lighting up camps this spring with an 81-inch wingspan, a 10-4 broad jump, and a 4.8 40 and he has also recently reeled in offers from Iowa State, Texas Tech, and Florida State. He is also pretty new to the position, he moved from QB to WR this fall so he has a lot of upside. The Texas A&M offersDB Bryce Anderson, Beaumont West Brook - Anderson made the trip with several teammates making it his second trip to Aggieland in less than a week. He was able to connect with Bobby Taylor again as well as the coaches. All in all, it looks like the Aggies have some positive momentum going at the moment. DE Ernest Cooper IV, Arlington Martin - He did not camp today but it is notable he was in town to cheer on a few teammates. He will visit Ohio State this weekend and he has plans to take an OV to A&M this summer. CB Laterrance Welch, Lafayette (LA) Acadiana - The LSU commit worked at CB and he is fast and physical. He passes the eyeball test and was in the face of receivers all day long. DB Dalton Brooks, Shiner (2023) - He worked at S during 7-on-7 and worked with the DBs at the camp this afternoon. He showed some nice range across the back end and was able to spend some quality time with and met coach Fisher afterward.DE Jayden Wayne, Tacoma (WA) Lincoln (2023) - talk about turning heads as soon as he walked through the door, that is your guy Wayne. He passes the eye ball test with his size and the athleticism is easy to spot once he goes through drills. He is a different type of prospect and showed very well throughout the day. I would put him as the top performer of the day.DE Dylan Spencer, Houston CE King (2023) - Spencer was the headliner of the DL group this morning. He got the job done in one-on-ones OL Micah Banuelos, Burien (WA) Lincoln Catholic (2023) - An interior prospect he showed quick feet and flexibility and a strong punch to go with it.OL Isendre Ahfua, Seattle (WA) O'Dea (2024) This is another one who just comes right in and commands attention. He goes by the nickname Papa and it is easy to see why he is racking up offers with each and every college visit.Offer Watch There are a few I would guys who showed well today that I could see the Aggies potentially offer down the road, and Houston Thomas and Van Wells, and Micah Bell and Dillon Bell headline that list. Wells is on the short side but he dominated camp like he has all spring long. As an interior/center prospect, he is a high-level prospect. Thomas is a long, lean 6-6, 220 and if the Aggies are going to take a second tight end he made a strong case with his catch radius, body control, and hands all catching the eye. Micah Bell clocked a 4.38 40 and then hit the low 4.4s on his second attempt. Dillon has a stout build and showed a lot of versatility as an offensive playmaker. He was also a standout throughout the day at DT. Washington standout 2023s Jayden Limar and Caleb Presley also caught the eye. Presley is a fluid athlete with good size and showed why several programs have already jumped on board for the CB. Limar showed some real explosion and suddenness while working at RB.If you're looking for a young guy to watch, Melissa 2024 DE Nigel Smith Jr. is your guy. He has the size and the athleticism and already holds offers from LSU, North Texas, UTSA, and Notre Dame. His dad played and SMU, and he is definitely an early offer candidate.Others who caught our attentionRB Marquise Collins, College Station (2023)WR Ashton Simmons, Beaumont West Brook (2024)OL Gage Stanaland, Tuscola Jim Ned (2023)OL Rhett Larson, College Station A&M ConsolidatedCB Tayshawn Wilson, Katy Mayde Creek (2023)S DeJuan Lewis, Pearland Shadow CreekATH Hunter Moddon, Houston Clear Lake (2024)
Jason Howell
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Stopped by to see Hunter Erb and
This week the weather cut my stops a little short but I was able to check out a few Northern DFW programs. The first stop was at Haslet Eaton and stop No. 2 was Prosper Rock Hill, who played its first varsity season last fall. Let's start with the headliner and that is Texas A&M 2022 OL commit Hunter Erb. A standout at Haslet Eaton, Erb committed to Texas A&M after seeing his stock soar in December and January. The 6-foot-7, 300-pound standout has been locked into the Aggies since making his early February commitment. He was in College Station for the spring game last Saturday. Tuesday morning his skillset was on full display as he went through the Eaton morning workout.Texas A&M commit Hunter Erb (@Hunter_Erb66) @EatonEagleFB #GigEm #RecruitEaton pic.twitter.com/kSBsRtjlGL— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) April 27, 2021 Haslet Eaton OL and Texas A&M commit Hunter Erb (@Hunter_Erb66) kicking the day off right #GigEm pic.twitter.com/e0b4Pf9NgM— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) April 27, 2021 Texas A&M commit @Hunter_Erb66 working pass pro @EatonEagleFB ##RecruitEaton #GigEm pic.twitter.com/n8I6f9hSvs— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) April 27, 2021 Now for some Underclassmen to watch, and there are a few guys who I could see developing into Texas A&M level prospects.TE Jaden Platt, Haslet Eaton (2023) - He has the size and build you look for at 6-5, 220, and the blend of athleticism and nastiness to be an all-around tight end. He lines up in-line, as a wing, or flexed to the slot, and he has soft hands to go with his nastiness in the trenches. He moved from QB to WR in the fall, and at the Team USA Combine in March, he was measured with an 81-inch wingspan, recorded a 10-4 broad jump, a 4.8 40, and a 4.56 shuttle.LB Jonah Bowman, Prosper Rock Hill (2024) - At 6-foot-2, 215-pounds Bowman was a varsity starter at Rock Hill. He is a stout presence in the middle with a nose for the football and sideline-to-sideline ability. He already has the size college coaches love and he has plenty of varsity tape. He also played some receiver and tight end in 2020. DL Ben Rosa, Prosper Rock Hill (2024) - The 6-foot-3, 220-pound prospect is just scratching the surface but he has a great frame and he has potential on either side of the trenches. He has a long wingspan and a frame that will no doubt continue to add weight over the next few years. A few more to watch: DE Chancellor Owens, Haslet Eaton (2023), CB Nicholas Butler, Prosper Rock Hill (2024), QB Noah Lugo, Haslet Eaton (2024), WR Dylan Rhone, Prosper Rock Hill (2024), QB Kevin Sperry, Prosper Rock Hill (2025)SleepersI already highlighted Haslet Eaton LB/S Ben Roberts as a prospect to watch earlier this year, and he is indeed a prospect to watch. However, I want to highlight a few others here.S Joseph McGinnis, Prosper Rock Hill (2022) McGinnis has some nice size as a 6-2, 180-pound safety and was a second-team all-district selection. He is a physical presence on the back end and can play in the box. WR Charles Whitebear, Haslet Eaton (2022) The 6-4, 200 pass catcher projects is most likely headed to flex tight end. His size, catch radius, and ability to find and adjust to the ball make him a valuable redzone threat. First team all district in football and basketball.DB Chase Whitebear, Haslet Eaton (2022) The 6-2, 180-pound defender is a box safety with cover ability. He has played outside backer and is currently working at cornerback. He is Charles twin brother. He was a member of Eaton's regional qualifying 4x100 squad alongside Ben Roberts.Super SleeperOL Brayden Reynolds, Prosper Rock Hill (2022) Reynolds is completely under the radar because he moved in from California this spring and California did not play football this fall, so he has no junior film. He played his sophomore season at San Juan Hills High in San Juan Capistrano, CA. He is now a 6-5, 245-pound offensive lineman with a frame to grow into. He plays both center and tackle and he is also an accomplished lacrosse goalie.Two guys I didn't get to see but hope to see soonWhen I stopped through Rock Hill I did not get to see a couple of talents who are worthy of being on the radar.ATH Ty Townsend, Prosper Rock Hill (2023) is the son of current Chicago Bears assistant coach and former NFL and Alabama standout Deshea Townsend. He checks in at 5-11, 190 and coaches believe he has special playmaking potential. He is also a starter on the baseball team.ATH Matt Wagner, Prosper Rock Hill (2023) checks in at 6-4, 200 and his father Eric Wagner played at Penn State. He is a returning starter at H-back and he is Rock Hill's back-up QB behind Texas Longhorn baseball commit Brenner Cox.


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