Micaiah Overton

Micaiah Overton

Defensive Tackle
6′3″ / 300 lbs
Tuscaloosa, AL
Bessemer Academy
Class of 2019
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Brothers Lebbeus and Micaiah Overton recap weekend in Aggieland


Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
11 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.
Ryan Brauninger
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting notes from the weekend
Spoke to a handful of sources in the last day or so, and here's what I've been able to scratch together from the visitors that made their way to town last weekend…- I'm sure many of you saw my interview with Lebbeus Overton and Micaiah Overton. If you didn't, it's still stickied at the top of the forum. Anyway, a couple of sources continue to feel like, even though Oregon and Georgia remain strong contenders, the Aggies are the team to beat heading into April. The brothers told me they still plan to visit Oklahoma and Ohio State so this recruiting race is far from won. The family's relationship with Terry Price along with the conversations had by Jimbo Fisher and DJ Durkin have sat A&M up quite nicely as we inch closer to decision time. The current players have also done a nice job. By all accounts, it sounds like the entire Overton crew came away impressed with what Texas A&M and College Station had to offer. With no set date for an announcement, we'll continue to monitor this one. If something pops up in terms of a commitment timeline, I'd think that was good news for the Aggies. - Get used to hearing the names of RB Cedric Baxter Jr. and CB Sharif Denson out of the state of Florida for a while. Reports coming out of the weekend indicated that the Aggies had made a huge jump for both, and we will likely see both return to campus this summer. Baxter and Jimbo Fisher have a great relationship, and A&M's ever growing ties to the Sunshine State have placed them squarely in the conversation for Denson who is from Jacksonville. It absolutely wouldn't surprise me if we are talking about these two kids on our 2023 signing day show. Extremely positive reports coming in about the Aggies' chances with both. - I'm supposed to speak with Austin Westlake DE Colton Vasek a little later today. He's got strong family ties to Texas so I'll be interested to hear what he has to say about his time in College Station. All the indications I've been given is that the kid is open to going anywhere and isn't locked in on staying in Austin. It may end up happening, but I think he will go through the recruiting process to find what he believes is best for him. - Speaking of Austin Westlake, it was another productive visit for OL TJ Shanahan from what I was told. A source I spoke with last night said TJ's relationship with new OL coach Steve Addazio is second to none and that it would be hard to imagine any other program pursuing the kid to feel like they've connected with him more than Texas A&M has up to this point. - 5 star CB target Tony Mitchell tripped to Florida last weekend, but I'm told the Aggies still feel good about their standing in that one. He'll be in College Station again on April 9th. From what I know, he spoke with A&M staff members about those plans last night. - As Jason reported, the Aggies will get a visit from Notre Dame safety commit Peyton Bowen next weekend. I always defer to Howell on DFW kids, but it sounds like this A&M visit is highly anticipated on both sides based on what I heard last night. That will be one I'll be keeping an eye on as we get closer to the weekend. - Reminder: Odessa Permian OL Harris Sewell is still expected next weekend, as well. - I mentioned A&M's growing chances with Cedric Baxter earlier, but I did want to pass on that it sounds like Georgia, Alabama, and Texas have pushed to the front for El Campo RB Rueben Owens. The Aggies will need to get him back on campus in the next 3 weeks to get back in the race before the summer hits.
Brothers Lebbeus and Micaiah Overton recap weekend in Aggieland
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Brothers Lebbeus and Micaiah Overton recap weekend in Aggieland
Highly regarded 2022 DL target Lebbeus Overton took an official visit to Texas A&M this weekend along with his brother Micaiah, who is in the transfer portal. They sat down with Ryan Brauninger to review their weekend in Aggieland as they look ahead to a decision.


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