Mason Posa
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL

Mason Posa

Linebacker
6′3″ / 210 lbs
Albuquerque, NM
La Cueva
Class of 2025
Rating: 92
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National Avg
Rating: 90.8
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School Preferences

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Wisconsin
Committed
6/13/2024
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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
2023 Season Highlights

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Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
27:00
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
TexAgs' recruiting analyst Ryan Brauninger joined TexAgs Radio on Wednesday morning for another edition of Recruiting Country, highlighting the latest news and notes from the recruiting trail surrounding Texas A&M.
Jason Howell
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Tuesday Recruiting Notes
Red Oak wide receiver Taz Williams set a decision date for July 13 and Texas A&M, Michigan, Penn State, and SMU are his finalists. He will visit Texas A&M this weekend for his official visit and he has visits scheduled the next two weekends to Penn State (June 14) and Michigan (June 21). He has already taken his official visit to SMU.July 13th @ Red oak High school pic.twitter.com/hnbe4u9ueo— 𝑇𝑎𝑧 𝑊𝑖𝑙𝑙𝑖𝑎𝑚$ 𝐽𝑟 (@Taz_1x) June 5, 2024 The Aggies also made the cut for La Verne (CA) Bonita LB Noah Mikhail who announced his top three of Texas A&M, Oregon, and USC. He will return to College Station for his official visit the weekend of June 21, and he has OVs scheduled to USC (June 7) and Oregon (June 14). He will announce his decision on Sunday, June 30.2nd Timothy 1:7. . . Top 3 . . . @uscfb ✌🏽@oregonfootball 🦆@AggieFootball 👍🏽 pic.twitter.com/nZFEbHLPTK— Noah Karim Mikhail 6’3” 220 lbs LB ‘25 (@noahmikhail3) June 4, 2024 Earlier this morning I mentioned there was some Wisconsin momentum building with Albuquerque (NM) La Cueva LB Mason Posa, and that continues to be the case. He is coming off his OV to Madison and the Badgers staff has given him the full court press. He is currently scheduled to OV to A&M next weekend (June 14), but right now I get the feeling the Badgers are the team to beat. He is also considering Oregon. As I stated earlier today. I felt like this was going to be a two-man off-the-ball LB class with one more top prospect joining Kelvion Riggins. I still get that sense and right now I like the Aggies' chances the most with Mikhail right now. The Aggies hosted a couple of big DL over the weekend Palatine (IL) DL Jaylen Williams arrived for his unofficial on Friday while Tampa (FL) Robinson DE Jesse Harrold arrived on Sunday. It was Williams first trip to College Station, and it was his second plane ride. He took in all the sights and spent some quality time around the staff. The returns I've heard from his visit have been positive, and the next step is trying to get him back for an OV.Had a Great time in College station for my unofficial visit this past weekend!!! Go aggies!!Thank you @SpenceChaos @CoachBateman @CoachBather @AggieFootball @CoachMikeElko @JoshBostick8 @EDGYTIM @AllenTrieu @PHS_Football @ChadSimmons_ @TonyJerodEddie @adamgorney @ShaunCookFB pic.twitter.com/0895TLVGDZ— Jaylen williams ✞ (@jay_williams55) June 3, 2024 If the Aggies can make that happen look for the possibilities to get real on that front. Right now, I am hearing a lot of Tennessee talk with Miami and Nebraska also very much in the mix. All three currently have OVs scheduled. Purdue is another to watch there. I also hear the Aggies gave Harrold quite a bit to think about. LSU, UCF, Illinois, and Colorado are also squarely in the mix there. He currently has OVs scheduled to Illinois (June 7), UCF (June 12), LSU (June 14), and Texas A&M (June 21).
2025 linebacker Mason Posa plans to narrow his options this summer
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
2025 linebacker Mason Posa plans to narrow his options this summer
After a busy spring of visits to his top schools, 2025 Albuquerque (NM) La Cueva LB Mason Posa is planning to narrow his options to a top three later this summer. Ahead of a June 14 trip to College Station, Posa is looking forward to seeing more of what Texas A&M has to offer.
Three Things: Prospects to keep an eye on for Texas A&M
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Prospects to keep an eye on for Texas A&M
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 where the Aggies stand with a number of 2025 prospects and more.
Jason Howell
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
Friday Recruiting Notes
Alright so I have a few notes to send you guys into the weekend.LB Riley Pettijohn, McKinney - The Aggies get the last visit so there is hope, and Jay Bateman gives the Aggies a fighting chance. He was most recently in College Station the weekend before the spring game (April 13) and by all accounts the visit went well and was productive. The family really like Elko. However, the word I hear out on the streets in DFW is the Aggies still have ground to cover with the Longhorns remaining the favorites in his recruitment. He has a lot of relationships and the Horns moving to the SEC is a positive. Based on what I'm hearing I would put the Aggies about third or fourth among his top five, but as I mentioned the Aggies do have a fighting chance with Bateman leading the way and the final visit. Pettijohn plans to make a preseason decision once he takes all of his official visits.LB Noah Mikhail, La Verne (CA) Bonita - The most recent visit was a really good one for Texas A&M momentum. He spent multiple days in town and his family was with him. Oregon and USC are the main competition, but as we have been saying do not count out the Aggies. Bateman and Co are getting a serious look and they will get the final official the weekend of Jun 21.LB Mason Posa, Albuquerque (NM) La Cueva - We have made no bones about it, Posa is one of the top priorities at LB and the Aggies appear to be in a strong position. He is scheduled to take his OV the June 21 weekend. Oklahoma State hosted him for his first OV the weekend of April 13 and he took an OV to Arizona last weekend (April 20). He also has OVs scheduled to Wisconsin (May 31), Oregon (June 7), Texas Tech (June 14), and Texas A&M (June 21), and he is looking at a summer time commitmentWhen it comes to the LB recruiting I am starting to feel more and more like this is likely to be a two-man LB class with one of the above joining Kelvion Riggins. I feel best about the Aggies chances with Mikhail and Posa. I could also see a scenario where the Aggies take a three-man group with one those three being a best available type of guy so let's say 2-3.On the offensive line front it is going to be interesting to see how it all works out in the end. The Aggies have been very active and now have a four-man class. They also have their eye on very big targets in Michael Fasusi, Ty Haywood, Lamont Rogers, and Andrew Babalola, and Emeka Ugorji and Tyler Thomas are also OT prospects I could see finding a fit at A&M. Six seems like a good number. I like the Aggies chances to land one from Fasusi, Haywood, Rogers, and Babalola. Two could be a possibility but that is going to be quite the feat to say the least. If you want another out of state prospect to watch, I am starting to like what I'm hearing more and more in regards to Texas A&M's chances with Phoenix (AZ) Desert Edge cornerback Jamar Beal-Goines. The 6-foot, 175-pound standout is equipped with elite track speed and DB coach Jordan Peterson has been hot on his trail since Peterson was at Kansas. He visited spring practice April 13 and afterward he knew he would return for an OV. This week I made a few stops and I have a few new prospects on my radar. Put Forney 2027 OT Mason Joshua on your list. 6-4.5, 240, lean with a huge frame and as he adds strength he is going to bulk up nicely. He worked at right tackle when I dropped by and while he was raw, his size and feet were easy to spot. He also competes in track and field. He claimed the district title in discus with a 142-8, and he finished fourth in district in the shot with a personal record of 42-3.Forney OT Mason Joshua (6-4.5, 240) is just a freshman and I have a feeling he’s gonna turn some heads moving like this@ForneyRecruits | @CoachFleen | @TA_Recruiting pic.twitter.com/fUK2PXF0UG— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) April 23, 2024 In addition to Joshua the Jackrabbits also have 2027 OL Jordan Carraway who finished third in district in the shot with a personal record of 43-8.75. He checks in at 6-5, 290 and he already holds offers from UNT, Pitt, SMU, and Texas Tech, and he visited Texas A&M for the spring game.Throw Frisco Lone Star 2027 CB Bryant Robinson on your list too. He checks in at a long 6-3, 175 and he is a fluid athlete with a quick change of direction. He also a basketball standout but the word I get is football is his future and he is aware of that. Look for him to jump right in and be a big part of Lone Star's defense next fall if not a full-time starter.Frisco Lone Star 2027 CB Bryant Robinson @ybk_b32 | @LSHSRangers | @LSHS_FBRecruits pic.twitter.com/YFUgRHJVzH— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) April 23, 2024 A 2026 to keep an eye on is Prosper (TX) 2026 OT Bryce Gilmore. He checks in at 6-5, 275 and he has received offers from Duke, Grambling, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Pitt, Purdue, Texas Tech, Toledo, UNT, and UTSA, and more are sure to arrive this spring as college coaches get a good look at him. He worked at RT when I was there on Monday and he comes from a long line of athletes. His father Bryan Gilmore was a receiver in the NFL for several years, and Bryce is emerging as another high end OT prospect out of Prosper. Prosper 2026 OL Bryce Gilmore@Bryce_73 | @ProsperEaglesFB | @ProsperRecruits | @Coach_Moore5 | @Coach_Hill2 | @CoachSteamroll pic.twitter.com/E6xUsPBT5k— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) April 22, 2024 Last but not least here's a few quick reads from my visits this week-The Aggies got a really good one in OL Connor Carty. He brings a strong work ethic, a nasty edge, and lot of athleticism in the trenches. -Commits Kelvion Riggins and Deondrae Riden are doing their best to recruit the heck out of some strong talents. Both mentioned Michael Fasusi, Kaliq Lockett, Noah Mikhail, and Jonah Williams as key targets from the spring game.-I do not want to get too optimistic about Fasusi just yet, but the Aggies have really done some great work this spring. Getting him on campus three times was very big and as he said in my update he is feeling more and more comfortable. Joe Hamilton is also doing some real work here. -I also made sure to keep an eye on Sean Hutton while I was out at Lewisville. The Aggies and Sooners recently offered him a PWO and I love it. He has been a varsity starter since his freshman year and has played everywhere up and down the line. His height - he is about 6-1, 6-2 - is going to keeping the top programs from offering but he has an edge, he is very smart, and he has played many positions on one of the top offensive lines in Texas. -I didn't get to see Bryson Jones while I was at Lone Star. He was at an appointment so him and Davian Groce both missed the workout. I am hearing Groce has his sights set on WR at the college level. Jones is a guy the Aggies offered and he has an OV scheduled, but he was not able to visit this spring. If he makes it to campus, I could see him emerging as a top target at the WR position.-The Aggies seem to be in a really good spot for Lone Star 2026s Ryder Mix (TE) and Jordan Deck (S). Neither named the Aggies their leader or anything but the interest is definitely there and they had some very positive things to say. Deck could not hide his excitement. Go listen to the interview if you haven't already. -It is safe to say the Aggies are a real player for Forney (TX) 2026 RB Javian Osborne. The visit to A&M a few weeks ago really opened his eyes and coach Trooper Taylor made an extremely strong impression. They really hit it off well. His father did not make the trip with him, but I bet that changes before too long. They already have plans to return for the A&M-Notre Dame game this fall, but I would not be surprised if a visit happened sooner.
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