RJ Sneed

RJ Sneed

Wide Receiver
6′2″ / 180 lbs
Cypress, TX
Cypress Ranch
Class of 2017
Rating: 88

National Avg
Rating: 88.3

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Oklahoma State
Ole Miss
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Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
5 yr ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
As the 2017 recruiting cycle comes to a close, big names across Texas are choosing their college destinations. Jason Howell has all the latest developments from around the state in this week's edition of Around Texas.
Around Texas: Keeping pace with the state's top talent
6 yr ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: Keeping pace with the state's top talent
As the football regular season turns toward its final weeks, TexAgs brings you the developing news and updates on the most coveted high school players in Texas.
Ryan Brauninger
6 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Late night recruiting quick hitters
With the Ags playing in state this weekend, expect to see some of the coaching staff hit some games to see their top prospects play the next couple of nights. I'm hearing from a couple of Houston area sources that Kevin Sumlin could make an appearance at some games starting tomorrow night. If that does happen, it's a good bet that Katy vs Katy Taylor ( Corey Bethley, Connor Galvin, Max Wright, Camron Horry, Ean Beek) and CyRanch vs. CyFair ( RJ Sneed, Amaud Willis-Dalton, Colten Blanton, Brock Wright, Austin Deculus) will be on the docket. It also wouldn't surprise me to see Jeff Banks and Clarence McKinney make the rounds the next couple nights either. Got a quick update on Hutto DE Ondario Robinson tonight as well. The central Texas source I spoke with says Ondario is getting close to decision time (he's hearing 7-10 days), and my contact continued on to say things are trending heavily A&M's way. Not much in terms of ground breaking info, but it does mesh with what we've been hearing and putting out. Also, don't sleep on a pair of Arizona pass rushers in Odua Isibor and My-King Johnson. While they may not have been getting much run, I don't believe the Ags have completely closed the book in the desert.
Ryan Brauninger
6 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting notes from the road
Whew, what a day...for a lot of reasons. Anyway, I started my trek today with a stop in at Magnolia West to see A&M DB commit Myles Jones. Myles is finally get back to form after an ankle injury sidelined him much of the spring and summer. He looks like he's adding a little weight each time I see him. He's solid to the Aggies and is making plans for his official visit. Myles and his team will play in Navasota and Brenham this fall, so folks around the area will have a chance to see him play. From Magnolia, I headed down to Katy Taylor to catch up with their growing list of prospects - which is obviously now highlighted by A&M TE commit Camron Horry. Horry visited LSU this summer, but he assured me it was just a "look and see" visit. He then followed that with, "For me, it doesn't compare to Aggieland." Horry says he's solid to the Aggies. Meanwhile, perhaps the best DL in the 2018 Texas class is Max Wright who looks refreshed and rejuvenated after battling through offseason knee rehab. Max dropped some weight he had added during the rehab process and flashed good explosiveness and quickness. While he's in no hurry to shut down his recruitment, there are certain factors he's looking for in a school. The Aggies are, and have been, in a good spot for Max for some time. Lastly at Taylor, there's 2019 mammoth OL Andrew Coker who stands nearly 6-7 and weighs in right at 300 lbs. Coker's bend and mobility have noticeably improved since the spring. He's grabbing a ton of early attention from schools across the region, including Texas A&M. Coker grew up a Florida fan, but he's going to listen to all comers at this point. I ended my day with a late evening run to CyRanch. I've never seen so many kids dressed for a single football practice. It was amazing to see that many players at a practice. The main attraction there though is top 2018 OL Colten Blanton -- a kid who openly told us that he nearly committed to A&M during last month's BBQ. He told me tonight though that after thinking about it, he's going to wait to make a decision until next summer. Colten has struck a great relationship with Jim Turner and is looking forward to continuing that. Remember, Blanton has family that attended A&M.Other prospects at Ranch include TCU WR commit RJ Sneed (who I thought looked pretty good today) and OLB Amaud Willis-Dalton. Amaud is a little light right now, but he can sure run to the football. With the Ags back in the market for OLB, Willis-Dalton could be a name to track. He says he hasn't heard from A&M recently though. I'm back at it again at 7 tomorrow morning with the A&M Consolidated Tigers who have some really talented underclassmen. I'll do radio at 9 then head to the south side of town tomorrow evening to check in with the guys at College Station High.
Ryan Brauninger
6 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Couple of interesting campers today
A&M held their QB/WR camp today. It looks like they had a nice turnout. Two names that stood out to me:CyRanch WR and TCU commit RJ Sneed and College Station QB Ty Brock. Sneed has seemingly been solid to TCU for a while, but he made the trip to campus today and worked out in front of Kevin Sumlin and Aaron Moorehead. The Ags pursuit of WRs in this 2017 class will be an interesting line to follow until February. Brock continues to market himself for the Aggies, and he'll make some Big 10 trips this summer, too. Again, Ty's biggest setback has been the lack of junior film. Coaches are going to want to see him in person this summer until he can get some live snaps.-I'll add another name to this list: 2018 CyCreek WR Miles Battle. Miles will be one of the state's better wideouts in 2018 and is really hoping for an Aggie offer.
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TexAgs National Average Rating

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TexAgs Rating

The TexAgs Recruiting team of Billy Liucci, David Sandhop, Jason Howell, Ryan Brauninger and a host of recruiting interns attends more than 75 games each fall and observes and evaluates every major Texas A&M target, as well as most of the top 150 prospects in the State of Texas. From this evaluation the team draws a rating for each prospect on a scale between 70 and 100.

99-100: Elite national prospect (Five-star)

Considered one of the best prospects in the nation and a likely difference-maker at the collegiate level. Displays all of the physical skills to be a future All-American with potential to be an early-round NFL draft pick.

90-98: Elite state prospect (Four-star)

Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

70-79: Solid prospect (Two-star)

Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.

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