Kordae Houston
Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL

Kordae Houston

Defensive End
6′4″ / 260 lbs
Dallas, TX
South Oak Cliff
Class of 2026
Rating: n/a
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Medium
Nevada
Medium
North Texas
Medium
UNLV
Medium

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Jason Howell
10 days ago by Jason Howell
Wednesday Night Recruiting Notes
I stopped through SOC yesterday.-I continue to get the feeling the Aggies are well positioned for Kamauryn Morgan. He does not have an OV scheduled but I do believe they get one before he decides. Coach Chaos is doing a really good job there.-Recent DL offers Kordae Houston (2026) and JD Jones (2027) are very early in their recruiting process and i look for their offer lists to grow as they hit the summer camp circuit and make their varsity debuts this fall. This was TJE having some great connections and pulling the trigger on a couple of guys I could easily see blowing up down the line. Look for both to make it to College Station at some point this summer.-When I stopped by 2027 OL Brian Swanson had not received his offer, but i thought it was only a matter of time. He turned in a very strong spring and had already started to pile up the offers. 6-5, 295 and light on his feet with a violent streak. He doesn't have anything scheduled but i expect him to visit this spring.Blessed to receive an offer from Texas A&M University. @AggieFootball @tonyjerodeddie @CoachDmackey @coachcushing @coachwiz77 @ZachIsGreat_ @CoachIngram52 @CoachLinley60 @coach_traylor @SOCGoldenBearFB @MikeRoach247 @BillyEmbody pic.twitter.com/JTQQemtb9q— Brian Swanson (@BrianSwanson0) May 15, 2024 -2026 OL Cortavious Tisaby is another OL to put on offer watch. He is a long, big framed 6-7, 300 and he has been piling up the offers this spring. It will not surprise me one bit to see the Aggies jump in the mix there as wellhttps://www.hudl.com/video/3/18010111/657a6cb05eeca50938153a62-2026 LB Jamarion Phillips continues to add big offers to his list and he recently added Ohio State. The Aggies have been on him since the football season and he has visited a few times now. He did not know his summer schedule, but i'm told he should make his way to Aggieland for one of A&M's camps.I was at Red Oak's spring game tonight and wide receiver coach Holman Wiggins was in the house with a couple of big WRs in action for the Hawks in 2025 Taz Williams and 2026 Brayden Robinson..-Taz repped A&M by wearing some maroon Adidas cleats while Brayden wore some A&M gloves.Taz Williams repping the Aggies with the maroon cleats at tonight’s spring game @Taz_1x | @TA_Recruiting | #GigEm pic.twitter.com/dB3WpE3T5Y— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) May 16, 2024 Red Oak 2025 WR Taz Williams, Jr@Taz_1x | @rohawksfootball | @HawkHypeMan | @TA_Recruiting pic.twitter.com/tRIkM7saXI— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) May 16, 2024 -Brayden was slowed by a hamstring but he definitely noticed Texas A&M in the house tonight.-Taz did not disappoint. I got there about an hour late so i didn't see it all but he had the biggest highlight catch of the night for me.Red Oak 2025 WR Taz Williams, Jr@Taz_1x | @rohawksfootball | @HawkHypeMan | @TA_Recruiting pic.twitter.com/tRIkM7saXI— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) May 16, 2024
'Everything' about A&M has the attention of 2026 DL Kordae Houston
10 days ago by Jason Howell
'Everything' about A&M has the attention of 2026 DL Kordae Houston
At 6-foot-4 and 260 pounds, 2026 Dallas South Oak Cliff defensive lineman Kordae Houston has attracted the attention of college coaches this spring. Texas A&M recently became the first Power 4 school to offer, and the Aggies have Houston's interest.
Three Things: Thoughts on DFW prospects, important visitors & more
22 days ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Thoughts on DFW prospects, important visitors & 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 discussed a handful of Dallas-Fort Worth prospects, visitors this weekend and more.
Jason Howell
23 days ago by Jason Howell
Some notes on some recent DFW offers
The Aggies have been active in DFW. The football staff made several stops in the area and extended quite a few new offers. We highlighted Lone Star standouts Davian Groce and Karece Hoyt earlier this week, and a few more DFW offers have gone out this week as well. 2026 OL Pupunagatoa Katoa, Euless Trinity At 6-5, 389, the size immediately catches the eye, but then you see him move. He is an athlete and he is mean and that is one scary combination. A quick look at the tape and you see a powerful finisher. He also showed well at the Under Armour camp in March and his offer list is really starting to explode. In addition to the Aggies he also holds offers from Texas State, Utah State, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Houston, SMU, Miami, TCU, Texas, San Diego State, and Washington State.. He earned first-team all-district honors as a sophomore this fall.2027WR Trenton Yancey, Arlington (TX) Lamar - Yancey has already established himself as one of the top playmakers in DFW. At 6-foot, 175, and a 14-year old freshman in the fall, he routinely posted big numbers for the Vikings. His offer list is already getting long with several P4 programs represented. He has been on the Aggies radar, and he visited College Station for the spring game. As a freshman he posted over 1000 all-purpose yard and 7 TDs. At receiver he recorded 814 yards and 5 TDs on 59 receptions and he was named district offensive newcomer of the year.OL Jasper Ngokwere, Richardson (TX) - Checks in at 6-foot-6 and in the 275-280 range. This is another example of the Aggies getting in the mix very early. Texas A&M is his second offer joining San Deigo State who offered yesterday as well. He played OL and DL this fall out of necessity but I'm told the future is bright at OT. He is a basketball guy so he is flexible and light on his feet. Big framed, long arms, and an extremely high upside as he continues to gain strength.DL JD Jones, Dallas (TX) South Oak Cliff - He checks in at 6-2.5, 285, and Texas A&M is the first to offer after DL coach Tony Jerod-Eddie and Sean Spencer got a look at him first hand this week. I am told he dominated the day the Aggies were out there, and he is having a great spring. He played freshman ball last fall where he was unblockable, and he is noted for his quick get off and his high motor. Look for him to have a big role in the DL rotation this fall.
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 high school and college football seasons might be over, but recruiting never stops. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the Lone Star State recruiting front as the offseason rolls on.
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