Chad Bailey

6′1″ / 215 lbs
Missouri City, TX
Ridge Point
Class of 2018
Rating: 87

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Rating: 87.8

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Ole Miss
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Ryan Brauninger
on Feb 4, 2018
Jason Howell
on Jun 22, 2017


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2018 playmaking LB Chad Bailey remains high on Chavis, Aggies


2 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
On Waddle, O'Neal, Ossai and more (Tuesday lunch)
I've talked to several folks now about the visits last weekend of Bellaire Episcopal WR Jaylen Waddle and CySprings S Leon O'Neal, and here's what I've got...For Waddle, the trip was a slam dunk, grand slam, touchdown. In other words, it couldn't have gone any better. A couple of times throughout the visit, he made it apparent to those in his inner circle and those around him that he felt like A&M was the place for him. He was hosted by Christian Kirk, a savvy move that paid off. Waddle got to pick Kirk's brain and see how he lived as a student-athlete at A&M. A source close to Waddle said he didn't know if he had ever heard him so excited, and that same source also pointed out that Waddle has now taken two official visits to Jimbo Fisher...that should say quite a bit about his affinity for the new head man in College Station. I'll also add that there's a lot of buzz amongst the group of commits about Waddle joining the fold. I was also told that Texas tried to push Waddle for a last official to which Jaylen amicably declined. Added: Waddle has pushed his signing day back to February. I'm told it's just to make sure he's given himself enough time to examine everything. Can't fault a kid or his leadership group for that.That same momentum can be attributed to the Aggies when it comes to getting Leon O'Neal back into the fold. While Leon has been a little more low key, I've been told a decision could be made sooner than previously anticipated. This coming weekend would be his last chance to official elsewhere before the oncoming Dead Period. Remember, Leon's plans are currently to sign in February. While it's not a done deal as of around noon today, there's talk that Leon could be back in Aggieland this weekend. Georgia, Clemson, and Oklahoma are still on the radar, but this feels like the M&W are pulling away and comfortably in the driver's seat to get Leon back in the fold. Then, there's this from Fast Houston... Price and Jimbo Fisher are expected to meet with Oak Ridge DE Joseph Ossai tomorrow. With the buzz about Terry Price's retention, do not be surprised if Ossai is made privy to the future of his guy TP at that meeting. If/when that info is relayed, I was told the Ossai decision would happen "very soon". Therefore, barring a bizarre and unforeseen change of events, I wouldn't rule out the second commitment of the Jimbo Fisher era happening before you go to bed tomorrow night. I spoke briefly yesterday about the impact of the Darrell Dickey hire in terms of Grant Gunnell. Dickey has a very strong relationship with St Pius Head Coach Stephen Hill. Coach Dickey is in College Station today and is expected to be at St Pius tomorrow. Gunnell and his camp really like what Dickey has done at Memphis with Riley Ferguson and Paxton Lynch. The Houston Touchdown Club Player of the Year event happens tomorrow at the JW Marriott. The list of nominees should be well known names for those of you that follow recruiting. Here are a few...Offensive CyRanch OL Colten Blanton - A&MClear Brook WR - Caleb Chapman - A&MFt Bend Elkins OL Luke Matthews - A&MManvel WR Jalen Preston - A&MFt Bend Ridge Point TE Mustapha Muhammad - MichiganCrosby RB Craig Williams - BaylorDefensiveOak Ridge DE Joseph Ossai Ft Bend Ridge Point LB Chad Bailey - MissouriSpring Westfield DT Keondre Coburn - TexasKaty DT Moro Ojomo ...I think you'll see some members of the Aggie staff in attendance as well. It's very common for college coaches to attend the event.
2 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Old name re-emerging?
Working on verification, but I've been getting word tonight that a trip to Ft Bend Ridge Point has been scheduled by Coach Fisher, maybe as early as tomorrow. Ridge Point is home to top TE prospect Mustapha Muhammad, head hunting LB Chad Bailey, and one of 2019's top DE's Nelson Ceasar.
3 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
TexAgs Top 118: Updated Texas Class of 2018 Recruiting Rankings
The TexAgs recruiting team attended both The Opening and the Texas 7-on-7 Championships last week to get a look at many of the state's top prospects. After deliberating, the team presents its updated in-state recruiting rankings for the month of July.
3 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Liucci Questions Answered: June Recruiting, Football, Freestyle Edition
As Aggies face the long summer waiting for football to return, Billy helps TexAgs subscribers endure by fielding questions about the upcoming 2017 football season, ongoing recruiting battles, college baseball, TV shows, hot cereal and much more.
3 yr ago by Jason Howell
Recapping Sunday's Camp Action
there was quite a bit going on yesterday. Here's a quick look at a few news and notes from yesterdayTwo offers extended -Cedar Hill Trinity Christian 2019 CB Shilo Sanders received an offer from the Aggies after yesterday's camp. He is a 6-0, 180-pound, multi-sport prospect, who also holds offers from UCF, Syracuse, and Oregon State.-Houston North Forest 2020 WR Demond Demas also reported a Texas A&M offer following camp yesterday. He checks in at 6-4, 180-pounds and comes highly recommended by his trainer, Rischad Whitfield aka Footwork King. Word on key targets-Brauninger got word that coach Cooper had productive talks with Houston Heights cornerback Jalen Green yesterday following the camp. We are hearing he will be back in town for the BBQ.-Cy Falls 2018 CB and OU commit Starrland Baldwin was on campus yesterday and a guy coach Cooper watched closely throughout. He's a guy Liucci has talked about quite a bit and is very much in the running for an offer. The coaches are trying to get him back on campus for BBQ.-Conroe Oak Ridge DE Joseph Ossai, Yoakum WR Joshua Moore, Boling ATH Vernon Jackson, and Richland LB DaShaun White were all on campus and are priority 2018 targets with the Aggies high on their list. Do not be surprised if all of them make it back for BBQ.-Cuero 2019 ATH Jordan Whittington toured campus and the facilities after the night camp and has Jordan Moore and Leon O'Neal in his ear in addition to Texas A&M's coaches. He plans to return for BBQ later this month.- Nana Osafo-Mensah sure seems to be trending the Aggies way right now. His mother was with him yesterday and he plans to return to College Station for the BBQ in June. He made sure to watch coach Chavis and coach Price very closely at yesterday's camp.-Flower Mound Marcus 2019 LB Marcel Brooks reported a 4.4 forty from yesterday's camp. That is his third sub-4.5 camp in a row. He has plenty of speed and coach Price and coach Chavis made sure he knew how big a priority he is. Mississippi State offered yesterday. He also spent some quality 1-on-1 time with coach Sumlin according to Liucci.-Bishop Dunne 2019 WR Marquez Beason said he plans to return to College Station for the BBQ too. Yesterday he worked at WR and DB and earned an offer from Nebraska at DB. -2019 OL EJ Ndoma-Ogar, Branson Bragg, and Reid Francis all spent quality time with coach Turner and were blown away by their experiences. Both indicated the Aggies would be high on their list if an offer came. All three are considered among the top interior OL prospects in Texas for 2019.-Ennis 2019 WR Dylan Wright (6-5, 195) is one to watch. He picked up offers from Indiana and Tulsa yesterday and spent a lot of time with coach Moorehead. He was a guy coach Moorehead really liked this spring. -Manvel 2018 RB Deneric Prince received an offer from Kansas yesterday and he caught the Aggies' attention. GP North Shore 2020 RB Zach Evans also made a strong impression on coach McKinney-FB Ridge Point 2018 LB Chad Bailey was on campus and Liucci is getting the feeling the Aggies are liking him more and more.-Brauninger caught up with Hebron 2019 WR Trejan Bridges who spent the weekend in College Station. He says he absolutely loves it. He likes the energy the coaches bring to the table. He's planning to return to College Station.-Los Angeles (Calif.) Cathedral 2019 DE Stephon Wright was on campus yesterday for his first visit to Texas A&M. He is regarded as one of the best in California in that 2019 class.
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