Favour Awodoyin

Favour Awodoyin

Defensive End
6′4″ / 215 lbs
Conroe, TX
Oak Ridge
Class of 2024
Rating: n/a

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School Preferences

Official Visit
Arizona State


Ryan Brauninger
5 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting Notes from UC Houston camp
Wanted to drop some quick hitting notes I'm picking up here in Spring this morning from some of the top players in Houston and beyond…- Conroe Oak Ridge LB Justin Williams has seen his communication pick up with Texas A&M quite a bit recently and has locked in a visit for the spring game. Aggies battling Oregon, Alabama, and Texas in that one right now. - Staying at Oak Ridge, DE Joseph Jonah-Ajonye told me he's on a group text with Elijah Robinson and Terry Price. He talks to them daily. He'll make a trip to College Station on his own at some point to see a practice and will also be at the spring game. His DL teammate Favour Awodoyin told me he'll be at the spring game, as well. - Ft Bend Christian OL Bennett Warren will visit for practice next week. Aggies seem to be in a pretty good spot in that one. - 2025 CyFair DL Landon Rink is fresh off a visit to Oklahoma but is looking forward to getting to A&M to see a practice soon. No date set yet, but he said a trip will happen soon. - Similarly, 2025 Atascocita RB Tory Blaylock said he'll come up for a visit soon but no date was locked in yet. He said, "A&M is easy. I can just hop in the car and go whenever I want." The coaching staff is in steady contact with him and his family. - Blaylock's teammate, 2024 OL Nate Kibble was supposed to make an A&M trip this weekend, but his parents got sick. He'll reschedule and remains very high on Texas A&M. I think this is a kid that Steve Addazio would love to land based on everything I'm hearing as the Aggies eye an opportunity to keep the Atascocita OL pipeline going. - A pair of 2025 Moseses also scheduled Texas A&M visits. Houston Legacy OL Josh Moses told me he'll come to College Station next week, and Baton Rouge (LA) LB Keylan Moses told me he'll likely come up during his spring break in April. He said he and DJ Durkin talk regularly and that Durkin is a key reason the Aggies are an early contender for one of the best defenders in the country. - Look for 2026 linebackers Tank King (Port Arthur Memorial) and Noriel Dominguez (Ft Bend Ridge Point) to pop up on the Aggie radar soon. Both are early contenders as top prospects in the state in that class. I'll add some more notes as I get them out here.


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