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Jaylan Hornsby

Wide Receiver
6′3″ / 185 lbs
Camden, NJ
Class of 2024
Rating: n/a

National Avg
Rating: 89.3

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Jason Howell
14 days ago by Jason Howell
Some Wednesday afternoon recruiting notes
Since his spring visit the Aggies have been in regular communication with Duncanville DE Colin Simmons, and I hear from DFW sources the Aggies continue to make some positive headway. I would not call the Aggies a favorite or anything, but I do hear they are in contention for an official visit. There's still a long way to go but the momentum continues to move in a positive direction. Texas A&M has been high on Bryant (AR) DL TJ Lindsey's list for quite sometime, but I am hearing Texas is making a strong push. He has taken a few visits to College Station over the last few months and the Aggies are set to host him for a June official visit. I do continue to hear the Aggies are in very good shape, but Texas is making a move to be a serious contender. TJ Rushing is in Oklahoma today to see a few top prospects and he was spotted earlier today checking in on standout DL Daniel Okoye, who recently included the Aggies in his top 10 along with Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, LSU, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, and Texas. He was also keeping a close eye on Oklahoma City Millwood 2025 WR Jaden Nickens, who received an offer from the Aggies in January. I also hear Texas A&M interest is building in Tulsa (OK) Union cornerback Devon Jordan. He does not have an offer yet, but he has been in close communication with coach Rushing. One prospect we haven't discussed a lot who I hear the Aggies are generating some real momentum with, is Camden (NJ) WR Jaylan Hornsby. He received an offer and visited in March, and he has an official visit scheduled for the weekend of June 16. The Aggies have made their presence felt in the Camden area since Jimbo Fisher's arrival and since it is Elijah Robinson hometown he has some incredibly strong ties to the area. I'm hearing from a few sources WR coach Dameyune Craig and the Aggies are putting themselves in a strong spot in that recruitment. He also has an official visit scheduled to Rutgers and he holds offers from the likes of Georgia, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oregon, Penn State, and Wisconsin.
Ryan Brauninger
2 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Quick visitor update for this week + transfer LB note
Here are some names we are expecting in town throughout the week:Wednesday- Jasper LB Tyanthony Smith Thursday- Lucas Lovejoy LB Payton Pierce - 2025 Conroe QB Christian Nunerly- 2025 Tomball Memorial LB Ethan Lea - 2026 Tomball Memorial WR Cole MontesFriday-Sunday- Hattiesburg (MS) QB AJ Maddox - Humble Summer Creek LB Xavier Atkins - Lucas Lovejoy WR Parker Livingstone - Lafayette (LA) Acadiana DL Dominick McKinley - Tucker (GA) edge Christopher Jackson - Tampa (FL) DE Solomon Williams - Beaumont United OL Weston Davis - Camden (NJ) WR Jaylan Hornsby - Fort Lauderdale (FL) TE Colton Heinrich - Melville (NY) TE Korey Duff Jr. - 2025 Rancho Santa Margarita QB Bekkem Kritza - 2025 Hattiesburg (MS) DL Andrew Maddox - 2025 Hattiesburg (MS) DL Kevin Oatis - 2026 Lafayette (LA) Acadiana DE Darryus McKinley - 2026 Nixa (MO) OL Jackson Cantwell - USC WR transfer Gary Bryant JrWe'll add more names as we get them. - Lastly, I'm keeping an eye on New Mexico St LB transfer Josh Ferguson. Originally from Katy Taylor, the 6-0, 220 pound Ferguson played in 10 games last year and recorded 46 tackles. He's got two years of eligibility remaining due to Covid. A Houston area source told me he thought A&M would be a good place for Josh, but I haven't heard of any substantial talks taking place up to this point. If things progress, I should get a pretty decent heads up. As of now, this is nothing more than a name to add to the spring/summer watchlist.

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Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

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