Ty Hawkins
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL

Ty Hawkins

Quarterback
6′0″ / 190 lbs
San Antonio, TX
San Antonio Johnson
Class of 2025
Rating: 90
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National Avg
Rating: 90.0
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School Preferences

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Interest
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TCU
Committed
6/24/2023
Baylor
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Campbell
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Houston
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Incarnate Word
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North Texas
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Oklahoma State
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Ole Miss
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Oregon
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SMU
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Texas State
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Texas Tech
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Ty Hawkins Sophomore Season Highlights

Updates

Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
11 days ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
Signing Day has come and gone, but there is no time to rest. The focus has fully shifted from 2024 prospects to the class of 2025, and there has already been plenty of action on the Texas recruiting trails as the offseason ensues.
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
The calendar has turned from 2023 to 2024 as the February signing period is quickly approaching. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings in the Lone Star state and SEC footprint on the recruiting front.
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
7 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
Summer is here and the class of 2024 rapidly gaining attention, plenty of moves are being made as things continue to heat up across Texas. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the recruiting front from across the Lone Star state.
Jason Howell
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Recruiting news and notes, and a rankings update
The Aggies are gearing up for a big weekend, and I know you guys will be excited to hear 5-star LB and Texas A&M commit Anthony Hill will be back in College Station this weekend. It will be his first trip back to College Station since his official visit in September when the Aggies hosted Miami. The Aggies are also set to host key offensive line target and New Orleans standout Caden Jones. Both confirmed their plans to me this week. The Aggies will also host LB Tausili Akana and DL Johnny Bowens on OVs this weekend In the 2024 class standout Lake Cormorant (MS) DL Kamarion Franklin plans to be in College Station this weekend. It will be a return visit for the nationally recruited defender and the Aggies continue to make themselves a strong contender in his recruitment. Tyler High RB/ATH Derrick McFall also announced his plans to visit College Station this weekend. We are currently working on the visitor list and will have it out later today as usual. It sounds like it is shaping up to be another quality visit weekend in Aggieland. In other news, TCU has been working hard to get Texas A&M CB commit Jayvon Thomas' attention, and there have been talks of a potential visit, possibly even this weekend. This is something to monitor, but those same sources do indicate the Aggies are in a strong position and would likely remain that way even if he does visit TCU for many reasons including being able to stay in Texas and play in the SEC, the Aggie Network, and A&M's smaller town location. Thomas also really enjoyed himself last weekend while in College Station, and he is already in the process of scheduling his Texas A&M OV. He plans to graduate in December. Ryan and I also updated the 2023 and 2024 rankings and added a few names to the 2025 watch list (I know there are numbers but they are listed in alphabetical order. Sorry for any confusion). The Top 5 saw some shake up with Denton Guyer standout Peyton Bowen and Jackson Arnold earning five-star status. Texas A&M commit David Hicks holds onto the top spot with Texas A&M LB commit Anthony Hill at No. 2. Bowen arrives at No. 3, followed by El Campo RB Rueben Owens at No. 4, and Arnold at No. 5. Arlington Martin DB Javien Toviano rounds out the five-star prospects at No. 6. Texas A&M commit and Westlake standout OL TJ Shanahan made his top 10 debut this cycle and is the No. 1 OL in Texas at No. 8, while Westlake DE Colton Vasek also makes his top 10 debut at No. 10. Wide receivers Johntay Cook (No. 7) and Jalen Hale (No. 9) also maintained their top 10 status. Other big movers include WR Jaden Greathouse, CB Micah Bell, LB Braylan Shelby, RB Kedrick Reescano, and WR Kyle Parker. There were also a few new arrivals in the rankings with Red Oak S Warren Roberson, Galena Park North Shore WR David Amador, and Waco Connally ATH Jelani McDonald among those making their arrivals in the rankings. In 2024 we have yet to award any five-stars, but wide receiver Micah Hudson has earned the top spot and is quickly making a case for five-star status. He is a polished route runner and a gamebreaking threat any time he touches the ball. Duncanville LB Colin Simmons arrives at No. 2 and he is right there on Hudson's heels for five-star status. OL Ashton Funk arrives at No. 3, and Silsbee ATH Drelon Miller makes his top 5 debut at No. 4 and Willis QB Derek (DJ) Lagway makes his top 5 debut at No. 5. The Top 10 also saw some new additions. Longview RB Taylor Tatum arrives at No. 9 and is the No. 1 running back in the state, while Timpson do-it-all standout Terry Bussey leaps into the top 10 at No. 10. Allen DE Zina Umeozulu, Lewisville S Jaydan Hardy. and Melissa DE Nigel Smith II form the rest of the top 10 at No.s 6, 7, and 8. Denton Guyer CB Eli Bowen and Duncanville RB Caden Durham earned their fourth stars, and Waco Connally RB Kiefer Sibley, Denton Guyer WR Josiah Martin, Brownsboro WR Gekyle Baker, and Katy Peatow DE Loghan Thomas are among the prospects making their top 100 debut. The 2025 watch list saw has been expanded from 50 to 75 and saw new additions such as Texas A&M offer and Lucas Lovejoy WR Daylan McCutcheon, Port Arthur defenders Michael Riles and Kentrell Roberts, Crosby LB Copelin Windfont, and San Antonio QB Ty Hawkins.
Ryan Brauninger
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Sunday evening recruiting notes
- Converse Judson DL Johnny Bowens has plans to visit College Station at least twice during the season - once for Miami and once for LSU. He says he still wants to take all of his official visits although he's not totally sure where they all will be. Oregon is still hanging around as are LSU and OU to a much lesser extent. That being said, this one feels very much like A&M's to lose heading into the fall. He continuously speaks highly of the Aggies, his relationship with the staff, and the bond he's got with guys like Colton Thomasson. He's even used the word "we" a few times when talking about A&M. Obviously, anything can happen on these official visits, but Terry Price and Elijah Robinson are going to be tough to beat out here, in my opinion. - Staying at Converse Judson, speedy WR Anthony Evans committed to Oklahoma on Friday over Georgia and Texas A&M. Well, he showed up to his opening game on Saturday at the Alamodome wearing UGA gloves, and folks around the program seem pretty confident (as I reported last week) that he'll be in College Station at least once - perhaps twice - with Bowens. - 2024 WR Freddie Dubose was outstanding on Saturday in his first game with Smithson Valley. He led the team in rushing and receiving. It was a bit unfortunate though because he went out of the game with a left knee issue late and was walking extremely gingerly off the field at the end of the game in clear discomfort. I'm waiting on a health update on him, but a lot of folks think the Aggies have the early upper hand over the Longhorns in his recruitment. - I was told today to expect LaGrange ATH Bravion Rogers on campus a lot this fall. He's already got plans to be at next week's opener as well as the Miami game two weeks after. One source I spoke with today thought he may not even schedule any LSU visits. There seems to be a transparent path to him rejoining the class, but the Tigers (and maybe even the Longhorns) are still trying to keep him warm. Rogers was back in College Station yesterday visiting friends from high school. - We've mentioned that the Aggies would continue to scour the state for quarterbacks while still fighting for Malachi Nelson. Well, one name that's come across my radar is Spring Westfield standout PJ Hatter. He had quite the night on Friday against CyPark, starting his senior campaign with an 18/21, 340 yard, and 6 touchdown performance. A Houston area source told me today that both Jimbo Fisher and area recruiter Darrell Dickey both made calls about Hatter on Saturday after seeing his tape from that opener. No offer or anything at this point, but it is something to put a pin in, especially if the kid keeps having outings like he did last week. I'll be down there on Thursday to see Hatter and Spring Westfield take on Ft Bend Hightower. - A source I spoke with today thought while landing Malachi Nelson would very much help, there is a path to Texas A&M landing Zachariah Branch without him. My source remained confident that Branch would be in town next month when the Aggies host Miami. - I'm told Denton Ryan LB and A&M commit Anthony Hill will be in College Station for next week's opener. - Still feel pretty good about where A&M stands for Ft Lauderdale (FL) WR Hykeem Williams based on conversations I had this morning. Remember: he's set to make a decision shortly after his scheduled visit for that Miami game next month. - Underclass name to watch for those of you that just love this recruiting stuff: 2025 San Antonio Johnson QB Ty Hawkins. He burst onto the scene in a 3 point, overtime loss to Converse Judson on Saturday at the Alamodome. His final stat line looked like this: 23/33 passing for 317 yards and 5 touchdowns, 16 carries for 151 yards and 1 touchdown. Kid was magic and nearly pulled off the upset single handedly.
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