Michael Fasusi
Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL

Michael Fasusi

Offensive Lineman
6′5″ / 305 lbs
Lewisville, TX
Lewisville
Class of 2025
Rating: 99
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National Avg
Rating: 99.1
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Medium
06/06/2024
Alabama
Medium
Georgia
Medium
Missouri
Medium
Oklahoma
Medium
06/14/2024
Oregon
Medium
Texas
Medium
06/21/2024
Arkansas
Low
Auburn
Low
Baylor
Low
BYU
Low
California
Low
Colorado
Low
Duke
Low
Florida
Low
Florida State
Low
Jackson State
Low
Kansas
Low
LSU
Low
Miami
Low
Michigan
Low
Michigan State
Low
Mississippi State
Low
Nebraska
Low
North Texas
Low
 
Ohio State
Low
Oklahoma State
Low
Ole Miss
Low
Oregon State
Low
Penn State
Low
Purdue
Low
San Diego State
Low
SMU
Low
South Carolina
Low
Stanford
Low
TCU
Low
Tennessee
Low
Texas Tech
Low
Tulsa
Low
USC
Low
Utah
Low
Vanderbilt
Low
Wisconsin
Low
 
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Videos

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A&M pledge Deondrae Riden enjoyed being back 'home' in Aggieland
Long-time commit Kelvion Riggins recruiting hard for the Aggies
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
Texas A&M included in 2025 OT Michael Fasusi's top seven schools
In-Home Visit: Prospects return to Aggieland as spring practice begins
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
2025 OL Michael Fasusi had high praise for A&M's coaching staff, environment
Michael Fasusi Junior Highlights

Updates

Some recruiting questions answered for Texas A&M as July begins
4 days ago by Jason Howell
Some recruiting questions answered for Texas A&M as July begins
Reeling in several top prospects over the last few weeks, Mike Elko & Co. have made significant strides on the recruiting trail from California to D-FW. Some questions have been answered as everything continues to come together. Others remain unanswered, at least for now.
Five-star OL Michael Fasusi continues to weigh options as decision nears
8:23
5 days ago by Jason Howell
Five-star OL Michael Fasusi continues to weigh options as decision nears
2025 Lewisville five-star offensive lineman Michael Fasusi has been busy with official visits this summer as he nears an August decision. After wrapping up a summer tour, Fasusi spoke to TexAgs about his next steps both on the recruiting front as he prepares for the 2024 season.
Three Things: Texas A&M's current needs, a personal wish list & more
8 days ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Texas A&M's current needs, a personal wish list & more
As he does every Friday morning, TexAgs' senior recruiting analyst Jason Howell offered up another round of his weekly recruiting thoughts. In this edition of his Three Things, Howell offered his thoughts on some of A&M's 2025 recruiting wins and much more.
Jason Howell
9 days ago by Jason Howell
4th of July Recruiting Notes
How much fun is this. A big time LB, two-commit Tuesday, and the 2nd pledge of 2026 on Wednesday.What if I told you there still could be quite a bit of action coming up? Here's a few things to watch and what I'm hearingI was planning to get this out early and talk about Lufkin DL Zion Williams, but he already announced for LSU over A&M, TCU, and Texas. This wasn't a surprise as it's been speculated for while but it did happen this morning so there's that.I'm also hearing the Tigers could flip a DT commit from another SEC school and a 5-star WR is projected to head out of state, but none of that directly involves the AggiesI'm not expecting any fourth of July fireworks directly involving the Aggies, but Saturday, July 6 could be a bit different. That said it could also potentially fizzle out.Big targets in McKinney LB Riley Pettijohn and Mesquite Horn OL Lamont Rogers are both set to decide on the day and the Aggies are squarely in the mix. It is going down to the wire with both from what I'm hearing with several schools making a run.Let's start with Pettijohn. First off, if I had told you at the beginning of June we would be here talking about the Aggies being a legitimate contender for his commitment as he prepares to announce, you guys would have jumped at the opportunity. As I said on the radio on Tuesday, Texas A&M has an ace up its sleeve in Jay Bateman, and since his arrival in College Station we have touted his relationship with Pettijohn is as strong or stronger than anyone in college football. Mike Elko being a defensive minded coach is also a major plus. And we continue to hear the Aggies really knocked it out of the park on his OV in late June.Now for the latestThe last few days has been a wild one with plenty of rumors, hot picks, and projections coming in, and it sounds like Ohio State could very well be back in the driver seat after it looked like USC may have taken the top spot for a moment. Both are high on his list but the feeling the Buckeyes recent history on that side of the ball and LB coach James Laurinaitis give them the slight edge. I have also been hearing Texas is not going away quietly. The word of Longhorn momentum has been picking up over the last few days. The intel I am hearing makes me believe it is more flash than substance, but they have been a key player in his recruitment for a long time so it's hard to completely dismiss it. Right now though I would still give the Aggies the in-state lead, and the question is can they overcome the out of state options.And my answer to the above question is DFW sources tell me the Aggies are still working and he is still listening so there is still a chance and a real one but the job is not done. Right now though i still lean out of state.Speaking of late momentum coming out of Austin, Lamont Rogers also appears to be getting a late push from the Horns. For much of the last few weeks the talk has been about OU, Texas A&M, and Mizzou, but word is the Longhorns have potentially pushed themselves way up his list leading some in Austin to believe they could in fact be the leader. How does that happen? Well the big time OT dominos are beginning to line up and OU appears to have made a big move for Michael Fasusi who many have thought was headed to Austin, which has caused Texas to re-access things and make Rogers a bigger target. I am skeptical about the Longhorn's climb to the top, but there does appear to be some legitimate smoke there.Right now my read on Rogers is that the Aggies have some work to do here, but they are up there at or towards the top of his list.He has been a top priority for the Aggies, and coach Cushing and really the whole staff have done a great job building the bonds with him and his family since arriving in College Station. The Aggies also recently received commitments from 2026s Markel Ford and Ryan Gilbert. Ford is at Horn and Gilbert just transferred from Horn. His friendships won't be why he picks the Aggies but they certainly help. OU and Mizzou are also very real and legitimate players and have been high among his top schools throughout, and as of this morning I would also now put the Honrs in the conversation with the Aggies, Sooners, and Tigers as the main players. In the last few days there has also been quite a bit of Sooner momentum, which makes me think they may currently hold an edge but this one has been back and forth quite a bit as he prepares to decide. If Rogers picks OU, my question then becomes can the Sooners get both Rogers and Fasusi, and I'm not sure anyone can make that happen since they are priority prospects at the same position. And with Rogers set to decide before Fasusi, if he picks OU, maybe that impacts Fasusi and helps the Aggies' cause there.None of this may happen, Rogers could very well pick A&M, it's just a thought on how the dominos could play out in that particular scenario. Anyway Then there is Kamauryn Morgan. He is set for a Sunday, July 7 decision and he announced a final three of Texas A&M, Baylor, and SMU. The latest intel indicates this one is really coming down to Baylor and Texas A&M. Those conversations seem to be ongoing, but if all things are about equal I'd tend to lean towards A&M
'Intriguing possibilities' for Texas A&M as June official visits end
17 days ago by Jason Howell
'Intriguing possibilities' for Texas A&M as June official visits end
June OVs have come to an end, and it was a crazy busy time in Aggieland. Hosting a total of 42 official visitors from 11 different states, Mike Elko & Co. are continuing to keep tabs on top prospects across the board as many are preparing to make summertime decisions.
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