Clayton Amaya
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL

Clayton Amaya

Kicker
5′9″ / 170 lbs
Spring Branch, TX
Smithson Valley
Class of 2024
Rating: n/a
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Arkansas State
Committed
7/14/2023
Texas Southern
None

Videos

(2 Total)
Highlights: Goal-line stand pushes College Station past Smithson Valley
Highlights: Smithson Valley advances to third round with win over Manvel

Updates

Jason Howell
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Spring Game Visitor List
As always we will continue to update the list as plans come together and we get more confirmations. 2023 SigneesQB Marcel Reed, Nashville (TN) Montgomery Bell AcademyOL Naquil Betrand, Philadelphia (PA) NortheastDL David Hicks, Katy (TX) PaetowDL Samu Taumanupepe, Atascocita (TX)LB Chantz Johnson, College Station (TX)ATH Bravion Rogers, La Grange (TX)ATH Dalton Brooks, Shiner (TX)Transfer OVsWR Shemar Kirk, Reedley CollegeLB Jurriente Davis, Jackson State grad transferCB Josh DeBerry, Boston College grad transfer2024 CommitsQB AJ Maddox, Hattiesburg (MS) Oak GroveWR Debron Gatling, Milton (GA)OL Ashton Funk, Katy (TX) TompkinsDL Dealyn Evans, Longview (TX) Pine Tree2024 ProspectsRB Frankie Arthur, Conroe (TX) Oak RidgeWR Cameron Coleman, Phenix City (AL) CentralWR Freddie Dubose, Spring Branch (TX) Smithson ValleyWR Jamarcus Hopes Aldine (TX) DavisOL Weston Davis, Beaumont (TX) UnitedDL Favour Awodoyin, Conroe (TX) Oak RidgeDL Joseph Jonah-Ajonye, Conroe (TX) Oak RidgeDL TJ Lindsey, Bryant (AR)DL Brian Robinson, Austintown (OH) FitchLB Justin Williams, Conroe (TX) Oak RidgeCB Braylon Carmouche, Missouri City (TX) Fort Bend MarshallS Drake Fowler, Bryant (AR) S Christian Peterson, Atlanta (GA) WestlakeATH Derrick McFall, Tyler (TX) Tyler HighATH Drelon Miller, Silsbee (TX)K Clayton Amaya, Spring Branch (TX) Smithson Valley2025 ProspectsQB Quinten Foster, Spring (TX)RB Tory Blaylock, Humble (TX) AtascocitaCB Erion Wilkins, Humble (TX) AtascocitaOL Josh Moses, Spring (TX) Legacy School of Sports SciencesDL Andrew Maddox, Hattiesburg (MS) Oak GroveDL Frankie Long, Willis (TX)DL Kamauryn Morgan, Red Oak (TX)LB Kelvion Riggins, Dallas (TX) South Oak CliffLB Parker Meese, Dallas (TX) Parish EpiscopalCB Javion Holiday, Duncanville (TX)CB Deyjhon Pettaway, Katy (TX) PaetowS Zaylen Cormier, Katy (TX) Mayde Creek - maybeATH Reggie McNeal Jr, Houston (TX) Heights maybeATH Deuce Weston, Los Angeles (CA) Lawndale ATH Jonah Williams, Galveston (TX) Ball2026 ProspectsQB Kyden Barker, League City (TX) Clear FallsQB Kaeden Johnson, Missouri City (TX) Fort Bend MarshallRB Javion Garrett, Katy (TX) TaylorWR Cole Montes, Tomball (TX) Memorial2027 ProspectsTE Zane Rowe, Denton (TX) Guyer2028 ProspectsDL Andrae Maddox, Hattiesburg (MS) Oak Grove Middle School2023 Signee and Southlake (TX) Carroll P Tyler White is doubtful because he has a baseball game and is kicking butt right now on the mound. Signee and Mansfield (TX) Lake Ridge edge defender Rylan Kennedy also tells me he cannot make it in this weekend either.
Jason Howell
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
March 31-April 1 Weekend Visitor List
There are quite a few top talents planning to visit this weekend and here is what we have so far. As always expect some names to be added and some to be taken away as we continue to gather information.March 31Official visitRB David Bailey, Boston College/Colorado State grad transfer2024WR Zy'Marion Lang, Palmetto (FL)DL TJ Lindsey, Bryant (AR)LB Jordan Lockhart, Bellflower (CA) St. John BoscoS Zaquan Patterson, Hollywood (FL) Chaminade-Madonna2025WR Kamare Williams, Hollywood (FL) Chaminade-MadonnaATH Waden Charles, Boynton Beach (FL) Somerset Academy Canyons2026WR Denairius Gray, Boynton Beach (FL) Somerset Academy CanyonsApril 1CommitsOL Ashton Funk, Katy (TX) TompkinsTransferOL Derek Farraro, Rice/Richmond grad transfer2024WR Karson Maynard, Melissa (TX)OL Ory Williams, San Marcos (TX)DL Colin Simmons, Duncanville (TX)DL Nigel Smith II, Melissa (TX)LB Xavier Atkins, Humble (TX) Summer Creek - LSULB Dylan Williams, Long Beach (CA) PolyS Myles Davis, Converse (TX) JudsonS Brandon Jacob, Orlando (FL) EvansS Josh Lair, Missouri City (TX) Fort Bend MarshallLS Trent Baker, Friendswood (TX)K Clayton Amaya, Spring Branch (TX) Smithson Valley2025DL Dilan Battle, Mansfield (TX) TimberviewDL Xavier Ukponu, Denton (TX) GuyerATH Jonah Williams, Galveston (TX) Ball2026LB Tank King, Port Arthur Memorial
Highlights: Goal-line stand pushes College Station past Smithson Valley
7:27
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Highlights: Goal-line stand pushes College Station past Smithson Valley
It was an instant classic at The Pfield in Pflugerville on Saturday as the College Station Cougars got a dramatic goal-line stand to defeat Smithson Valley in the state quarterfinals. TexAgs was on hand for the action and now presents the highlights.
Highlights: Smithson Valley advances to third round with win over Manvel
10:57
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Highlights: Smithson Valley advances to third round with win over Manvel
It was a prime time battle between north San Antonio and south Houston on Friday night in Bastrop as Smithson Valley used a big second half to advance past Manvel in the playoffs. TexAgs' Ryan Brauninger was on hand and has highlights of the night's action.

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