Micah Strickland

Micah Strickland

6′0″ / 180 lbs
Brownsboro, TX
Class of 2025
Rating: 90

National Avg
Rating: 90.4

School Preferences

Official Visit
Colorado State
Texas Tech


Jason Howell
16 days ago by Jason Howell
Texas A&M recruiting notes from the Pylon 7v7 in Dallas
I was out at McCowan Park in DeSoto this morning for the Pylon 7-on-7, and there were a few recruits of note for Texas A&M fans. Red Oak (TX) wide receiver Taz Williams visited Aggieland last week and following the visit he mentioned his plans to narrow his list and he thought the Aggies would make the cut. He has a top 10 in mind, but he is crossing a few t's and dotting a few i's before it is ready to be announced. He has also began discussing his official visit with Texas, and he mentioned Ohio State, Michigan, and Texas A&M as a few more schools likely to get official visits. He plans to make a commitment decision around the start of his senior season. Standout 2025 QB Kelden Ryan visited Texas A&M a few weeks ago and I am told by DFW sources the Aggies continue to keep an eye on Ryan. He has a relationship with Elko that goes back to Elko's days at Duke. In fact, the Blue Devils were one of his top schools before he committed to Virginia Tech. Since arriving in College Station, Elko and company have dropped by to see him a few times, and the visit allowed him to get a feel for Klein and his offense. My sources tell me Klein's intelligence really resonated with Ryan. No offer has been extended, but I am told communication continues and it appears as if there is mutual interest so we will continue to monitor things and keep you guys posted. The Aggies have also shown some recent interest in Duncanville (TX) 2025 QB Keelon Russell. He has been committed to SMU since September, and he has added February offers from Florida and UCLA. Texas A&M offered under the older staff, and I am told by DFW sources the idea of a future visit to Texas A&M is intriguing to Russell. Texarkana (TX) Texas High running back Tradarian Ball has been talking with coach Wiggins since Wiggins' days at Alabama, and it felt good to get the Texas A&M. He planned to visit College Station for Texas A&M's Junior Day last week, but a family emergency prevented him from making the trip. He plans to get to College Station this spring. Texas, Wisconsin, Texas A&M, SMU, Oklahoma, and Ole Miss are coming on strong. He mentioned Texas among his favorites but he does not have a full list of top schools at the moment. Brownsboro (TX) 2025 CB Micah Strickland is another unoffered prospect on Texas A&M's radar. He just tweeted out an A&M graphic today. He checks in at 6-1, 175 right now and he mentioned TCU, Texas Tech, and Houston as schools showing the most attention right now. Denton (TX) Guyer 2027 TE Zane Rowe was the first in-state prospect offered by Texas A&M with coach James Coley doing the honors. Since the new staff's arrival he has gotten to know area recruiter Sean Spencer and he loves the energy. Rowe likes what he has seen from the staff and from previous visits he already know he likes what Aggieland has to offer. He does not have any plans visit plans set for College Station yet, but he said if he is re-offered, look for it to happen.


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