Spencer Rattler

6′1″ / 175 lbs
Phoenix, AZ
Class of 2019
Rating: 99

National Avg
Rating: 98.3

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Recruited by
Texas A&M
Arizona State
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Spencer Rattler Junior Year
Spencer Rattler Sophomore Year


1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Quick hitters from the Opening Finals - Tuesday
-Bobby Wolfe makes the call It was the news of the day for Texas A&M fans and what news it was. He is an SEC-ready defensive back with great length and speed. He's a guy who can jump right in and contribute. He's a guy who has that Leon O'Neal flare. We have already said plenty about his decision, but I just wanted to say a little more. It is going to be fun to watch what coach Elko and coach Linguist do with this secondary over the next few years. -Robbed may be a strong word, but Kenyon Green made a great case to be named OL MVP Green had a dominating performance from the beginning to the end of the Opening. He handled everyone who came his way and there were several people who thought he was going to be named the OL MVP. He was that good. In an event with the best of the best, he was way up in the upper echelon of talent. Kenyon will not say it, but I thought he should have been named the MVP. On the final day he again got the best of Kayvon Thibodeaux on multiple occasions and he handled everyone else that was thrown his way as well. -Garrett Wilson did not disappoint. I said going into the week he could make a case to be the state's No. 1 overall and I think he made a very good case. As a receiver he is a dynamic threat. He had no problem separating from defenders, and he makes some ridiculous circus catches. He is going to be fun to watch at Ohio State. -Spencer Rattler entered as the top QB in the country, and his performance only enhanced his standing. He is small in stature, but he is going to pick defenses apart at Oklahoma. The Sooners got themselves a good one. -Ishmael Sopsher not making the top 5 DLs is the craziest thing I saw the last few days. His performance yesterday alone should have put him there. He's a stud and he showed very well. He is not the quickest but he is very strong and he knows how to work his feet and hands. -I have no idea what Team Boomin's offense was doing during the Championship game. They abandoned the short game and Bo Nix locked onto targets on a regular basis. If it was not deep they weren't having it, and it cost them the game. -Derek Stingley is a beast This guy is going to be a stud at LSU. He was around the ball all day long. -I cannot wait to see Demani Richardson and Brian Williams in pads this fall There were a couple of times it looked like both of them were close to lowering the boom. They pulled up before any receivers without pads were dealt with, but that will not be the case in the fall.-Baylor Cupp takes the No. 1 spot in my national tight end rankings and moves into my Texas top 10 after this weekend
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Some 2016 season highlight films of note
CB Devin Morris, Caldwell Cade Fortin, Suwanee North Gwinnett (Ga.) Jacob Kibodi, Baton Rouge Christian Life Academy (La.) Rahyme Johnson, Los Angeles Salesian (Calif.) Joshua Rogers, Houston Christian Jacob Phillips, Nashville East Nashville (Tenn.) My-King Johnson, Tempe (Ariz.) Jalen Green, Houston Heights Dominic Livingston, Houston Aldine Davis Tre Brown, Arlington Lamar Spencer Rattler, Phoenix Pinnacle (Ariz.)
3 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Thursday evening notes
Just a few updates before we head into the weekend...1) The Aggies continue to trend in the right direction for more than a few defensive line prospects. Reports I'm receiving on Tyree Johnson and Ondario Robinson continue to be maroon tinted. Also, last week, Arizona DE My-King Johnson had the Aggies in his top 5, and I'm told he'll be taking an official to A&M in the next couple months. Add that to A&M targets like Ben Hutch and Jayden Peevy, and the Aggies could only have a couple spots open on the DLine in 60 days. Noteworthy: Both Peevy and Robinson are expected to announce on Aug 26th2) Talked to a source in La Grange today that believes while JK Dobbins will continue to listen to both A&M and Texas, it'll be tough to pull him away from Ohio St relatively soon. It seems though different folks are hearing different things surrounding Dobbins so I'll continue to just play this one by ear and see how it unfolds. 3) New Jersey 2018 QB Allan Walters is currently on campus and has been for a few days. While we do not contact recruits while on visits, we will have a full update on the highly rated signal caller once his visit concludes. On Twitter, he said the visit blew him away. While on the subject of quarterbacks, here are a few more names to watch for:2018 - Spencer Sanders 2018 - Cade Fortin 2019 - Spencer Rattler 2020 - Harrison Bailey


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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.

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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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