Tradarian Ball
Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL

Tradarian Ball

Running Back
5′11″ / 185 lbs
Texarkana, TX
Texas High
Class of 2026
Rating: 90
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Medium
Arizona State
Medium
Arkansas
Medium
Arkansas State
Medium
Baylor
Medium
California
Medium
Cincinnati
Medium
Colorado
Medium
Colorado State
Medium
Florida State
Medium
Georgia
Medium
Houston
Medium
Kansas
Medium
Louisiana Tech
Medium
Mississippi State
Medium
Nebraska
Medium
Oklahoma
Medium
Oklahoma State
Medium
Ole Miss
Medium
Oregon
Medium
Penn State
Medium
Purdue
Medium
SMU
Medium
TCU
Medium
Tennessee
Medium
Texas
Medium
Texas State
Medium
Texas Tech
Medium
Tulsa
Medium
UCF
Medium
UNLV
Medium
UTSA
Medium
Wisconsin
Medium
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2026 RB Tradarian Ball continues to build relationships in Aggieland
2026 Texas High RB Tradarian Ball 'happy' after receiving offer from A&M

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Highlighting a dozen 2026 in-state products from outside DFW or Houston
20 days ago by Jason Howell
Highlighting a dozen 2026 in-state products from outside DFW or Houston
Even outside of the largest two metropolitan areas, the state of Texas still produces plenty of top prospects. Recruiting analyst Jason Howell presents a dozen names from outside of Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston that Texas A&M fans should keep tabs on.
Jason Howell
29 days ago by Jason Howell
Sunday Recruiting Notes
Let's start with some stuff on some of the visitors this weekend first off Michael Fasusi did indeed end up stopping through Texas A&M this weekend. There was some thought he might since he was with the Cali Power group this weekend and in talking to a few DFW sources it sounds like it was a productive visit for the Aggies. There has been a lot of Texas smoke there, but the Aggies continue to make a strong push with coach Elko and Cushing leading the way. The competition is going to be tough but I do continue to hear the Aggies are a real contender. Anna (TX) 2027 OL Peyton Miller made the trip to College Station this weekend. He received his Texas A&M offer in January and this was his first trip to campus. He was able to meet with coach Cushing and his attention to detail caught his attention. We will have more from him later, but he spoke highly of the trip and practice and overall culture at Texas A&M. DeSoto 2025 edge defender Keylan Abrams does not hold an offer but he has been communicating with coach Bateman, coach Tony Jerod-Eddie, and analyst Alex Garwig. He is a bit undersized and a bit of a tweener at around 6-1, 205, but he is highly productive, explosive, and violent for one of the state's top defensive units. He was the 6A Def POY this year and was a dominating presence from beginning to end He said "I loved A&M. The culture is different now that the new staff is there." Duncanville 2025 OL and Baylor commit Desean Bryant was back in College Station again. He visited for Junior Day before the dead period and he was in town Saturday to watch practice. He mentioned how fast paced it was and how much competition there was throughout the day. He said, "What had most of my attention is how all the guys and coaches want to win. Like they want to be the best team in the SEC." Temple (TX) Lake Belton 2026 athlete Davion Peters was also among those in town. His offer list is already getting long and he kept an eye on the Aggies offense. "The biggest takeaway was their offense," Peters said. "I liked how they have lots of different formations of where the receivers lineup and don't just stick to one side. And I like how there's lots of different opportunities for athletes. The coaches coach very hard from what I seen at the practice and make sure you're doing the little things right." I caught up with a few guys yesterday at the True Buzz The Show March Madness 7-on-7 in DeSoto yesterday. Deondrae Riden was out there hanging around, taking in the sights and it is safe to say he was in the ear of a few targets out there. Red Oak's Taz Williams was one of those out there. He will be in College Station on Tuesday and he has already locked in his OV. The Aggies are definitely a team to keep an eye on in this race. I won't call the Aggies the leader but I don't think they take a backseat to anyone. Coach Wiggins is leading the Aggies' recruiting efforts and has established a strong bond there.Riden plans to return to College Station next weekend for what is already setting up to be another big visit weekend and he will take his official visit the weekend of June 6. Texarkana (TX) Texas High 2026 RB Tradarian Ball told me he does plan to get to College Station this spring. He does not have a date but area recruiter Holmon Wiggins is hot on his trail. The Aggies seem to have some ground to make up there with Georgia and Texas standing out a bit right now. Allen (TX) 2026 CB Lebron Bauer also said he plans to visit Texas A&M this spring. Dallas (TX) South Oak Cliff 2026 OL Brison Ramsey-Brooks said he will visit Texas A&M on March 30. He will be joined by SOC teammates 2025 LB Jayden Shelton, 2025 DE Kamauryn Morgan, and 2026 LB Jamarion Phillips. South Oak Cliff 2025 OL Emeka Ugorji plans to visit April 13 and SOC 2026 WR Jaylen Moore plans to be in College Station for the spring game on April 20.
2026 RB Tradarian Ball continues to build relationships in Aggieland
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29 days ago by Jason Howell
2026 RB Tradarian Ball continues to build relationships in Aggieland
2026 Texarkana Texas High running back Tradarian Ball is one of the most explosive playmakers in the country, with offers from across the country. Coach Holmon Wiggins is leading Texas A&M efforts, and Ball is eyeing a spring visit to College Station.
Three Things: North Crowley names to know & more
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: North Crowley names to know & 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 shared some thoughts on his recent trip to North Crowley and much more.
2026 Texas High RB Tradarian Ball 'happy' after receiving offer from A&M
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2 mo ago by Jason Howell
2026 Texas High RB Tradarian Ball 'happy' after receiving offer from A&M
Texarkana (TX) Texas High 2026 RB Tradarian Ball has been turning heads in East Texas even before his freshman year, and offers have arrived from coast to coast. In late January, Texas A&M joined the mix, and TexAgs recently caught up with Ball for the latest on his recruitment.
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