Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
DE

Braedon Mowry

Defensive End
6′4″ / 223 lbs
Katy, TX
James Taylor
Class of 2019
Rating: 93
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National Avg
Rating: 91.2
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Recruited by
Texas A&M
Committed
4/7/2018
Alabama
None
 
Arkansas
None
Baylor
None
Colorado
None
Georgia
None
Houston
None
Indiana
None
Louisiana Lafayette
None
LSU
None
Michigan
None
Oklahoma
None
Ole Miss
None
TCU
None
Tennessee
None
Texas
None
Texas Tech
None
Utah
None
Washington
None
Wisconsin
None
+ 15 More

Staff Predictions

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Confidence
Prediction
Name & Date
David Sandhop
on Dec 20, 2017
Jason Howell
on Aug 13, 2017

Videos

(8 Total)
Braedon Mowry TD Club Banquet
DE commit Braedon Mowry likes what he sees in Aggieland
Texas A&M commit Braedon Mowry impressed by what he sees in Aggieland
Aggie commit Braedon Mowry locked into championship mentality
2019 Katy Taylor DE Braedon Mowry talks weekend visit, Terry Price and more
Braedon Mowry Junior Highlights
2019 DE target Braedon Mowry talks recruiting process, Texas A&M
2019 DE Braedon Mowry breaks down big game, Texas A&M interest

Updates

3 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Interesting note on a 2019 prospect
Spoke to a source close to Braedon Mowry tonight who indicated that everything was still a go in terms Mowry's course to A&M. I was told Mowry's final grades and test scores were much better than what he believe he needed at a minimum. Because Mowry never signed an LOI, he was still open to being recruited, and apparently, there were quite a few big time suitors trying to get Braedon to campus as a fall enrollee. The most significant of those suitors was LSU who offered Mowry a spot on their 2019 roster days before fall camp started. Mowry politely declined as he wants to be an Aggie like he always has. He's going to remain in Katy this fall and workout at Katy Taylor while mentoring some of their current defensive linemen.
4 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Running weekend recruiting thread
With as fluid as the visitor situation looks like it's going to be, I figured I'd sticky a running thread for the entire weekend. We didn't put out a traditional list because most of the kids we've talked to or head from sources on are still working out what they're going to do. We will update this thread as we get word on visitors through the night and into the day tomorrow.So, let's start with some things I know (...at least things I think I know):- Camden (NJ) DE Fadil Diggs will be in town with his mom. Aggies continue to trend here. - Ft Bend Austin WR Troy Omeire is coming to College Station. He will also visit Texas the following day. - I spoke with Demond Demas earlier today. He will be in town again this weekend. Unsure of how long he'll stay. - There will be a group of kids come in on Saturday still even without the Spring Game. OL commit Josh Bankhead will be one of those. - I still expect all the official visits to take place with the question mark being Charlotte (NC) WR Muhsin Muhammad III. He tweeted that he'd be at Kentucky tomorrow. That doesn't mean he won't make it to College Station though. The last bit of intel I had gotten indicated he would still be coming, but we are waiting confirmation one way or the other. - To recap, those other OV's are Braedon Mowry, Josh Ellison, Jaylon Jones, and Maliq Carr. Miscellaneous- I've spoken with Vernon Broughton, Alfred Collins, Tunmise Adeleye, Smart Chibuzo, and Kameron Dewberry all in the last couple of days. Each one of them said they were trying to do what they could to get to College Station tomorrow. They were working on logistics with rides. - A&M Consolidated WR Devin Price thought the reschedule may help his case to come to the game, but his 7 on 7 team is heading to Dallas tonight instead of tomorrow to compete in a big time tournament. - I've again heard twice in the last day or so that the Aggies hold all the momentum with Memphis (TN) OL Chris Morris. The sources I've heard from are very plugged in. That would classify as a real out of state coup on the offensive line should A&M land him. - I believe A&M would put another recruiting weekend together if they felt they needed to before the end of the semester.
4 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Tuesday lunch recruiting intel
- Something of note regarding midweek, highly regarded TE visitor Arik Gilbert from Georgia. He's pretty close with Tony Ballard, a well reknown QB coach in the Peach State who just so happened to train Zach Calzada. Ballard also has a couple ties in College Station. It may be nothing, it may be something. Either way, I think it's noteworthy. - I spoke with 2019 commits Josh Ellison and Braedon Mowry directly today. Ellison said his grades have gotten much better, and he's on track to fulfill his grayshirt plans. He also said he's gotten his weight back up to 280 pounds. He played around 265-270 as a senior. The A&M staff would like for him to be around 290 when he arrives next January. I also got encouraging news from Mowry. Braedon said, "Everything is great," in terms of his progress. He's trying to make it up to College Station this weekend, but if he can't, he said he'll for sure be in town on April 13th. - Weekend visitors include 2021 Denton Ryan ATH Billy Bowman Jr as well as big time defensive end Jason Harris out of Arizona. Both should be in town on Saturday.
5 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
A handful of Friday recruiting quick hitters
- I'll start with a pair of top end, in-state targets in Manor's Princely Umanmielen and Bastrop Cedar Creek's Alfred Collins. After speaking direclty with Umanmielen following his visit to College Station last weekend, I spoke to a source in the know who backed up what Princely had told me about the visit being a home run. The relationship he's sparked with Terry Price will keep the Aggies more than just hanging around on this one. Publicly, he's a little tough to get a read on. He's been active with Texas stuff on Twitter. However, I can tell you that behind the scenes, A&M's first impression was extremely strong. My source basically said it's 1a and 1b at the moment. While I would still call Texas the leaders for Collins, an Austin area source told me that A&M has really come on as of the last month or so. Again, Terry Price is the lead dog here, but Mike Elko is doing his part, too. Perhaps the best news for A&M fans is that I've heard Collins is in no rush to make any sort of decision. The longer it plays out, the more time the Aggie staff will have to continue to chip away. - Texas A&M did host Spring Westfield DT Nick Booker-Brown in the midweek. While I haven't been able to link up with Nick directly, I was able to speak with a Houston area source about the latest. It sounds like A&M will continue to monitor Booker-Brown throughout the spring and summer. His tape is exceptionally good, but I don't think his measurements are that of a typical SEC interior lineman. I don't expect to see an offer go out here until maybe later in the cycle after he's been further evaluated. - 2019 commit Braedon Mowry will be in College Station a few times this spring. He'll be up to watch practice a couple of times and has plans to be in town for the Spring Game in April. Right now, he's doing the workout plan sent to him by the A&M staff while continuing his academic progress. - Speaking of the Spring Game, I continue to hear Camden (NJ) DE Fadil Diggs is planning on flying down with his mom that weekend. This one has had an A&M tint to it for the last month or so. If Diggs makes it to College Station, you'd have to feel good about the Aggies ultimately landing him.- Lastly, as I hinted at in the thread earlier this morning, there are about 10-15 players in from California this weekend. It's a 7-on-7 team based out of San Diego, I believe. After searching their roster, it doesn't appear to be any kids with A&M offers. There are some intriguing looking 2022's mixed in though that could be guys that find their way onto the Aggie big board.
6 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Scattershooting Aggie Football: Fisher's coaching hires, class of 2020 & more
Billy Liucci surveys the Aggie football landscape, taking a deeper look at how Jimbo Fisher has handled assistant coaching hires, including recent changes, and previewing the class of 2020 as one recruiting cycle transitions into another.
All Updates

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Career Stats

Season T TFL Sacks
2016
SO
61 13 4.0
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