Victor Idusuyi

Victor Idusuyi

Defensive Tackle
6′3″ / 240 lbs
Dickinson, TX
Class of 2020
Rating: 82

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The Pecking Order: Texas Class of 2020 recruiting rankings update
6 yr ago by Jason Howell
The Pecking Order: Texas Class of 2020 recruiting rankings update
Ahead of football season, the TexAgs recruiting team has taken the opportunity to update and expand their 2020 in-state rankings. Take a look at the top 25 prospects in the class and the biggest changes inside.
Jason Howell
6 yr ago by Jason Howell 2020 Texas Top 15
In last week's Under the Lights we looked at the top 5, now here is an extremely early look at the top 15 of 2020 is a breakdown of all 15.1. CB RJ Mickens, Southlake Carroll - RJ, the son of Texas A&M great Ray Mickens, earned first team all-district honors as a freshman at Southlake Carroll. The 5-11, 175-pound defensive back recorded 36 tackles, 13 pass break-ups, 3 interceptions, forced two fumbles, and had 1 tackle for loss. He has already reached double digit offers with the likes of Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and UCLA already putting scholarships on the table. RB Jase McClellan, Aledo - McClellan rushed for 1,528 yards and 20 TDs on 202 carries as a freshman, and he saved one of his best performances for the 5A Division II state championship game where he rushed for 98 yards and a TD on 13 carries on his way to offensive MVP honors for the game. At 5-foot-10 and 195 pounds he has a stout build and runs with a blend of power and quickness. College coaches have already taken notice. SMU was the first to extend a scholarship offer and Baylor and Georgia offered in the last week. He has plans to visit Oklahoma, and UCLA and Texas Tech are also showing considerable interest. ATH Ja'Quinden Jackson, Duncanville - Talent is not a question when it comes to Jackson. He was the first 2020 prospect to receive a scholarship offer when Texas Tech offered before he was out of middle school. He did not play varsity last year at Duncanville but opposing coaches already know he is trouble. He has been credited for his speed, athleticism, and his competitive streak. The biggest question mark seems to be which position he will play. At 6-2 and 195 pounds, he could be an impact player at quarterback, running back or wide receiver. In addition to Texas Tech he also holds a scholarship offer from Oklahoma State, and Arkansas has expressed an interest. S Lejond Cavazos, Cibolo Steele - Cavazos may be the hottest 2020 prospect on the market right now after a stellar performance at the Opening Regional in Dallas. His overall SPARQ score of 114.00 was the 11th best score of the entire camp and his athleticism showed with a 40 of 4.6 and a 38.6-inch vertical leap. Auburn was the first to place an offer on the table with LSU, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Ole Miss quickly extending offers as well. He spent 2016 on the freshman squad but look for him to be a big contributor in a loaded secondary for the Knights in 2017. Texas A&M is also showing considerable interest. OL Jordan Jefferson, Navasota - It does not take long to see that Jordan Jefferson is physical, strong, nasty, and downright mean in the trenches. He played on both sides of the football at Navasota and at 6-foot-3 and 300 pounds, he earned district newcomer of the year honors as a freshman. Texas A&M was the first to offer and he did not hesitate when it came to making his college decision. In addition to living right down the road from Texas A&M, Jefferson is also the cousin of former Texas A&M standout OL Jarvis Harrison. DE Victor Idusuyi, League City Clear Creek - As the season progressed Idusuyi moved farther away from the football. The 6-foot-3, 240-pound freshman began the season as a varsity defensive tackle, then moved to defensive end, before ending the season at linebacker. He is a multi-sport athlete who has run track and played basketball, and there is a quickness and suddenness to his game on the football field. He has already taken a few unofficial visits to Texas A&M, and Arkansas and Tennessee are also already showing interest. CB Dwight McGlothern, New Caney - The 6-foot, 175-pound corner is a guy quarterbacks will soon learn to avoid. He is long and his ability to flip his hips and turn to find the football is nothing short of impressive. As a freshman, he recorded 30 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, 12 pass break-ups, and 4 interceptions, and college coaches have already taken notice. In fact, he already has three SEC scholarship offers with LSU, Tennessee, and Ole Miss on the table. Georgia is also showing interest, and he is going to Texas A&M's Friday Night Lights on March 31. CB Lorando Johnson, Lancaster - Speed, it never seems to be in short supply in Lancaster, Texas, and Lorando Johnson has plenty of it. He is the anchor leg on the 4x100m and 4x200m, which have already clocked a 43.63 and 1:32.62 in early track season, and he is on the 4x400m team. He is also 6-1 and 175 pounds, and has made a very strong impression on coaches even before moving up to the varsity for the Tigers playoff run. Oklahoma State and TCU have already offered scholarships.9. ATH EJ Smith, Dallas Jesuit - EJ is the son of former Dallas Cowboy running back and NFL Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith, and he is earning a playmaking reputation all his own. At 5-foot-10 and 180 pounds, Smith is a threat at wide receiver, running back, and in the return game. He spent the 2016 season on the Freshman team but he has already proven himself against top flight competition with scholarship offers. Stanford and Arkansas have expressed an early interest and one would think the Florida Gators will be one of many expressing an interest before it is all over. QB Deuce Hogan, Grapevine Faith Christian - Hogan stands tall at 6-foot-3 and he can sling the ball around the field. He is the son of Faith Christian head coach Kris Hogan, and as a freshman, Deuce led the Lions to a 12-2 TAPPS Division II State Championship season. He completed 67-percent of his passes while throwing for 1800 yards, 25 TDs, and only 5 interceptions. College attention has already found its way to Hogan. Oklahoma has expressed the most early interest with Michigan, Oklahoma State, Baylor, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Arkansas also showing attention. WR DJ Graham, Keller Central - As a freshman on the Keller Central varsity, Graham wasted little time making an impact. He led the team in receptions (38) and receiving yards (582) and had 3 touchdowns on the season. The effort earned him first-team all-district and district offensive newcomer of the year honors. At the Opening Regional in Dallas he checked in at 6-foot and 165-pounds and he recorded a vertical of 30.8. His athleticism and natural receiving abilities have caught already caught the attention of Arkansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and Kansas, and he recently visited Baylor. DT Branard Wright, Dallas Carter - The 6-foot-4, 270-pound lineman was not going to be kept off the varsity as a freshman and he played a key role in the Carter defensive line rotation. He is quick to pass the eyeball test and he carries his weight well on his big frame. On the field his film also turns heads. His quickness and power definitely catch the eye, and he is quickly becoming known as a disruptive force in the middle of Carter's defensive line. He has yet to receive his first offer but Arkansas, Baylor, Notre Dame, Texas A&M, and Michigan have all shown attention so far. RB Zach Evans, Galena Park North Shore - Word is spreading about the 6-1, 185-pound North Shore running back and there is a good reason. He has size, power, light feet and an explosive burst. Evans has the tools to be an every down back who can be a workhorse at the running back position. LSU has already seen enough to extend a scholarship offer and it is safe to say more colleges will join his offer list before too long. WR Monterren Parks, Aledo - Parks is not as well known around the state as fellow Aledo freshman Jase McClellan, but word is spreading. The 6-foot, 175-pound receiver spent 2016 on the freshman squad, and he was a menace to opponent after opponent. While tape may be limited he has been hard at work against more well-known prospects and prospects with offers and he has received rave reviews for his overall athleticism and his abilities as a pass catcher. Texas Tech is showing the most interest right now and he recently visited Baylor. OL Anthony Faz, Dallas South Oak Cliff - Conservative reports list Faz at 6-5 and 310 pounds. In fact, I'm hearing he is closer to 320 pounds and approaching 6-foot-6 while carrying his weight very well. As one would expect at this age he is raw, but he is equipped with several natural tools. Tape is limited since he did not play varsity football, but word of his flexibility, long arms, and overall athleticism has already spread. Texas Tech was the first to extend a scholarship in early March, but it looks like it could be a very busy spring at SOC.
Ryan Brauninger
6 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Running LSU visitor list
We'll get it started here this morning. As always, keep checking back for additions and subtractions from Jason and myself m. My guess is that with it being a holiday, the list will be pretty fluid. 2017Pearland QB Connor Blumrick Austin Westlake LB Levi Jones Bellaire Episcopal DT Marvin Wilson California LB Rahyme Johnson Caldwell CB Devin Morris*Brenham LB Marqez Bimage IMG WR Jhamon Ausbon*Hutto DE Ondario Robinson*Houston Bellaire DT Jayden Peevy*CyCreek OL Grayson Reed* (maybe)IMG QB Kellen Mond*Magnolia West DB Myles Jones*Manvel S Derrick Tucker*Bremond ATH Roshauud Paul*Houston Christian DT Joshua Rogers 2018Bellaire Episcopal WR Jaylen Waddle Alief Taylor WR Brennan Eagles CyRanch OL Colten Blanton*Ridge Point LB Chad Bailey Silsbee WR Kalon Barnes Manvel DB Trent Gordon Katy Taylor DE Max Wright (maybe)Spring Westfield DT Keondre Coburn (maybe)Oak Ridge Joseph OssaiCyRidge OL Vic Curne CySprings S Leon O'Neal 2019 Northside (Lafayette, LA) TE/DE Billy SonnierAlief Elsik DB Ronald Nunnery Alvin CB Marques Caldwell Converse Judson DE DeMarvin Leal (maybe)St Pius QB Grant GunnellDenton Guyer RB Noah Cain 2020Clear Creek OLB/DE Victor Idusuyi A&M commits are marked with an asterisk


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