Mark Nabou
Status:
Signed
HIGH SCHOOL

Mark Nabou

Offensive Lineman
6′4″ / 330 lbs
Seattle, WA
O'Dea
Class of 2022
Rating: 92
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National Avg
Rating: 89.5
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Signed
06/18/2021
Arizona State
None
Michigan
None
Nevada
None
Oregon State
None
TCU
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Texas
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UNLV
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USC
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Washington
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Videos

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In-Home Visit: Behind the curtain of Texas A&M's 2022 class
Recruiting Country: 2022 Signing Class Superlatives
2022 standout OL Mark Nabou getting to know his fellow Aggies
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
TexAgs Rewind: Tuesday (12/7)
In-Home Visit: Texas A&M picks up Seattle (WA) OL Mark Nabou
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Junior Highlights

Updates

Three Things: Defensive backs in 2023, college coaches on the road & more
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Defensive backs in 2023, college coaches on the road & more
As he does every Friday morning, TexAgs' senior recruiting analyst Jason Howell offers up another round of his weekly recruiting thoughts. In this edition of his three things, Howell discusses DB recruiting in 2023, college coaches hitting the road and more.
Rise to No. 1: Defining moments in a historic cycle - #1, Upsetting 'Bama
4 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Rise to No. 1: Defining moments in a historic cycle - #1, Upsetting 'Bama
TexAgs' recruiting analyst Ryan Brauninger has assembled ten defining moments that led to Texas A&M signing the highest-rated recruiting class of all time. More than any other event, Texas A&M knocking off top-ranked Alabama helped pave the way for a top-ranked class.
In-Home Visit: Behind the curtain of Texas A&M's 2022 class
41:47
4 mo ago by TexAgs Recruiting
In-Home Visit: Behind the curtain of Texas A&M's 2022 class
Join our recruiting duo of Ryan Brauninger & Jason Howell as they go behind the curtain of Texas A&M's historic 2022 signing class to tell stories of recruitment, moments in time where the class came together during the cycle, and much, much more.
Jason Howell
5 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few Polynesian Bowl thoughts
Texas A&M LB commit Harold Perkins and OL signee Mark Nabou started for Team Mauka. I was a bit surprised DT signee Walter Nolen didn't see his first action until the second defensive series, but he recorded a sack on his second play of the game.They mentioned Chris Marshall once but it wasn't him and he wasn't there. It was a guy named Kalama.Here's a few thoughts on what i sawNabou started at RT and logged a lot of minutes. He got the start over 5-star OT Josh Conerly Jr.. i'm not sure i'd read too much into that but it is worth noting. He was pretty strong in pass protection. Moved his feet well and he has some powerful hands. I thought he looked better in pass pro than he did against the run. He wasn't perfect on the day but i only saw him take a tough loss once and the QB was able to get the ball off for a big gain. I thought he handled himself well.Perkins got plenty of time. I didn't see him make a ton of plays but he seemed to be active and make his way around thr play throughout the game. There was a play in the 2nd half where they highlighted him on a tackle but they didn't even show the play so i can't say what happened on the tackle. Nolen came in off the bench and quickly made his presence felt. He got the sack on play 2 and routinely saw double teams when he was in. They clearly had a DL rotation. His power and quickness definitely flashed and he had another big tackle for a short gain in the 2nd half.A few other notesTravis Hunter played both ways and claimed thr Off MVP honors.Maryland LB signee Jaishawn Barham earned Def MVP honors and had a pick 6 and quite a few tackles. He was probably the most impressive player in the game.For the second all-star game DE Dani Dennis-Sutton made QBs very uncomfortable. He was also a standout in the All-American Bowl in San Antonio.Arizona WR signee Tetairoa McMillan had a nice game as well.
Recruiting Country: 2022 Signing Class Superlatives
40:36
6 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting Country: 2022 Signing Class Superlatives
TexAgs Recruiting analyst Ryan Brauninger joined this morning for another edition of Recruiting Country, highlighting the latest news and notes from the recruiting trail and reflecting on the 2022 signing class as a whole.
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