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HIGH SCHOOL
RB

Kaedric Cobbs

Running Back
5′10″ / 215 lbs
Denton, TX
Guyer
Class of 2020
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Abilene Christian
Medium
Air Force
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Army
Medium
Cornell
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Dartmouth
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Furman
Medium
Georgetown
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Navy
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Tulane
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William & Mary
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13 days ago by Jason Howell
High school notes and thoughts from my weekend
- Haynes King and Eli Stowers are not only very talented QBs, but they are great fits for the Texas A&M offense. They run complex offenses where they are given a lot of pre-snap responsibilities. They work out of the shotgun and go under center, and they are dual threat guys who know how to extend plays with the legs and run if needed.-King is a no-nonsense leader on the field. He can run, but he is a pass first guy. His eyes are always downfield unless it's a designed run and he is well versed in the art of carrying out fakes. He put the ball in some tight windows Friday night, and made some nice throws under pressure. One thing I like about him is his ball placement, even on incompletions. The polish, the intelligence, the athleticism, it's a very impressive overall package. He did not disappoint.-My favorite play from King was the throw right before halftime to setup the field goal. It was a clutch throw into a tight window, with little room for error due to time in the game and the needed placement of the ball.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1170149669395193856?s=20-Stowers' size and frame are the first things you notice, but one thing he has done quickly this fall is put to bed any talk that he was just a big athlete and may not be a QB. Now he still has some rough edges to his game, but he is definitely a QB and one of the best in the country. -It is also clear Stowers is very comfortable in the clutch. He was more than ready to roll when Guyer got the ball back and he had a chance to lead a game winning drive. He also didn't flinch when a penalty put Guyer behind the chains with time ticking down. He made a couple of gains on the ground to put Guyer back on plan.-Stowers' deep ball is a thing of beauty and he has great confidence in it. He throws it with touch and zip, and he can drop it in the bucket way down field.-In his short to intermediate throws, it looks like he's trying to put a lot of touch on it and it results in him taking too much off of it at times. I would like to see him just let it rip more.-I've heard some of the talk about 5-star, and he may get there eventually, but I'm not going there yet. He's definitely one of the top QBs in the country though and solid top 15 in Texas prospect.-I'll just leave this clip here, it's a good one from Guyer's game winning drive.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1170439718036746240?s=20-Cedar Hill QB Kaidon Salter is going to be a great pick-up for someone. He is a dual-threat QB with a big arm and who can make throws from a variety of arm slots. He is a P5 QB, there's no doubt in my mind. Very impressive. -Cedar Hill may be the best 0-2 program in the state. They will make a lot of noise come playoff time.-Guyer is for real. And Kaedric Cobbs is going to make some team very, very happy. The Guyer RB is incredibly smart, like top of his class smart, and he is a strong, physical runner with more versatility than he's credited with. He also has a tremendous work ethic and desire.-Longview is good, but they are not as strong as last year. It will be interesting to see how the inexperience at OL and WR develops over the course of the season.-Longview 2021 RB Kaden Meredith is fun to watch. He is a strong, explosive back, who always seems to fall forward. He is also a big factor in the return game.-Longview 2020 DL Sawyer Goram-Welch was all over the place Friday night. He wants to play defense and he has plenty of opportunities. -Arlington Martin may be the most fun team I have see this year. Martin opened the game with 100-yard kickoff return, blocked a punt for a TD, recovered and returned a bad shotgun snap for a TD, and blocked a field goal to setup a field goal. -30 yards of offense with a 24-point halftime lead is something else. I don't think I've seen anything like it before. -Hebron and Martin both have swarming defenses that are going to be match-up issues for their opponents.-2022 RB Isaiah Broadway was impressive in a loss for Hebron. His 36-yard TD run was pretty. It was a decisive run and he exploded right through the middle of the Martin defense for 6. He is also versatile and can be a weapon in the passing game and in the return game. -Martin 2022 DE Ernest Cooper IV is an intriguing prospect. He is very long at 6-4, 215, but he is light in his lower body. He does a good job of using his length, working his hands, maintaining leverage, and he was able to generate pressure on a regular basis. He will be one to watch as he fills out and develops more strength. He is also well aware of Martin alum Myles Garrett and that Terry Price coached him at Texas A&M. He only camped at Texas and Texas A&M this summer. His highlights from the game are below.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/9878202/5d72e642bd6b1114e09b4440
16 days ago by Jason Howell
Game of the Week: Denton Guyer vs Cedar Hill
Two traditional DFW-area powers, well-coached football and big-time playmakers will all be a part of this week's match-up. Texas A&M commit Eli Stowers is one prospect to watch, but there are several others, and we break it all down in the TexAgs High School Game of the Week.
2 yr ago by TexAgs Recruiting
Under the Lights: DFW recruiting tour, new A&M offers and developments
The Aggies offered two important defensive backs, one a JUCO and one just a freshman. Jason Howell focuses on his recent tour of DFW prospects, breaking down several groups of players. Plus Brauninger's stop in the Golden Triangle and much more.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
TexAgs Spring Tour: Denton High and Denton Guyer
Today I kicked off my spring tour with a morning stop at Denton High and a quick afternoon stop over at Denton Guyer. Guyer is the home to the prospect with the most recent news involving the Aggies. Offensive Lineman John Lanz (6-4, 290) was in College Station for the Aggies' Friday Night Lights scrimmage, and met with coach Jim Turner. He was also able to tour the campus.The Aggies are showing interest in Lanz as a center, but have not offered. Coach Turner did let Lanz known he plans to stop by Guyer in the spring to watch him. Texas A&M has caught Lanz's attention along with Texas - who also is looking at him at center and has not offered - TCU and Baylor who have both offered.Lanz has received nine scholarship offers in total and has been busy making the rounds. The weekend after his trip to College Station he was at Oklahoma State, and this Friday he will make his way to Colorado for a day trip. http://www.hudl.com/video/3/8032869/58364b275b3cd824500062e1*****************Guyer is also home to one of my favorite under the radar DTs, Arian Bhat. I still can't figure out why schools like Colorado State, Louisiana Tech, and Tulsa are not all over this guy. The 6-2, 270-pound defender will be a steal for someone. Quarterback Luke Stillwell (6-4, 190) is on the radar of several schools, and will see some traffic this spring. Tight end/H-back Josh Nicholson (6-3, 235) is also an intriguing guy to watch this spring.In the 2019 class safety Brent Jackson (6-1, 175) caught my attention during their weight lifting session. He is the younger brother of Northwestern signee and all-state selection Bryce Jackson. Down in the 2020 group a couple of names have also emerged for the Wildcats. Defensive tackle Grant Mahon (6-3, 255) is already under the watchful eye of coaches. He is the brother of former Coppell standout Blake Mahon who signed with Baylor in 2014. Running back Kaedric Cobbs (5-9, 200) has moved in from Melissa. He rushed for almost 1300 yards and earned district newcomer of the year honors as a freshman in 2016 at Melissa.*************My morning visit to Denton High also opened my eyes to a few prospects.Perhaps the most intriguing guy I saw today is 2018 sleeper Brandon Coleman. At 6-foot-5, 265-pounds, Coleman is very young in the game and he played JV last fall due to a transfer. He moved to Denton High from Germany, and even though he was on JV he made a quick impression on the Denton High coaching staff. https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/851920741201321985He played basketball growing up - and JV this past season - and it shows in his footwork. He also has a big frame and long arms which are sure to draw attention this spring along with his flexibility.Since he does not have any varsity tape right now schools are taking a wait and see approach. However, do not be surprised if schools are drawn to his upside. Staying in the 2018 class, safety Anthony Tony-Itoyah is already attracting attention. He plans to visit Houston and he has received interest from SMU, Texas, and Oklahoma. He checks in at 6-2, 180, has clocked a 4.6 forty, recorded a 38-inch vertical, and earned first-team all-district honors in 2016. ********************A candidate to turn the most heads this spring is 2019 receiver Isaiah Wofford. He passes the eyeball test at 6-foot-2 and 175 pounds and he earned district newcomer of the year honors this past fall. Nearly half of his 23 reception went for touchdowns (11) last fall, and with a 4.6 forty and a 38-inch vertical he is already drawing attention from Notre Dame. He also said he has always been interested in Texas A&M.https://www.hudl.com/video/3/6580118/58362be3dfd8b72524bcf2edThe 2019 class also include OC Jaden Oberkrom (6-2, 255) and LB Kyle Williamson (6-2, 200) who are both worth watching over the next few years.The upperclassmen are getting the attention right now and deservedly so, but the 2020 class is already generating some buzz.Outside linebacker Isaac Broades (6-2, 195) already has the look with long arms and plenty of room for weight. Quarterback Landry Kinne (6-0, 170) is the son of Denton assistant head coach Gary Joe Kinne. Athlete Marcellus Lockley (6-0, 170) is a standout in football, basketball, and baseball, and plays cornerback and receiver for the Broncos. Wide receiver Hunter Hope (6-0, 180) has turned some heads early on as well. Then there is lineman Devin Freeman (6-1, 270). He could project to either offense or defense at this time and wears a size 18 shoe.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Primer: The Opening Regional - Dallas - Sunday, March 5
Sunday prospects from across the region will make their way to the Star in Frisco, Texas for the Opening regional in Dallas. The competition will be fierce and several key Texas A&M targets are expected to be in attendance.Below are the guys Texas A&M has offeredQB Roschon Johnson, Port Neches-Groves (2019) - One of the top prospects in 2019. A&M offered first and he has since added Oklahoma, Florida, Texas, and Penn State to name a few. RB Keaontay Ingram, Carthage - he's giving the Aggies a serious look. WR Jaquayln Crawford, Rockdale - The Aggies are working him hard since extending a recent offer.WR Erik Ezukanma, Keller Timber Creek - Early offer and the Aggies are high on his list.WR CJ Moore, Tulsa (OK) Union - very early offer by the Aggies, and he has become a national recruitWR Marquez Beason, Dallas Bishop Dunne (2019) - plans to visit Texas A&M soon, adding offers left and rightWR Kameron Brown, Collleyville Heritage (2019) - son of Larry Brown has a playmaking rep of his own and a ton of scholarship offers.He is my No. 1 WR in Texas for the 2019 class.WR Arjei Henderson, Fort Bend Travis (2019) - committed early to OklahomaWR Jordan Whittington, Cuero (2019) - it's early and he has a ton of offers. He's visited B/CS a few times. May just be the best overall prospect in Texas for 2019.OL Chasen Hines, Marshall - he has the Aggies in his top five, the school to watch remains LSUOL Darrell Simpson, Justin Northwest - Texas A&M is in the runningLB Alston Orji, Rockwall - the Aggies are in the mixLB Bumper Pool, Lucas Lovejoy - committed early to childhood favorite ArkansasCB Verone McKinley III, Hebron - I've already said I think he commits to Texas A&M at the end of the dayS DeMarvion Overshown, Arp - recent offer, has talked of visitingS Atanza 'AT' Vongor, South Grand Prairie - narrowed his list to Texas, TCU, and BaylorA few other top offensive prospectQB Tanner Mordecai, Waco Midway - No. 3 QB in the state by TexAgs, 4-star QB with offers from Baylor, Missouri, Ole Miss, and Northwestern.QB Zadock Dinklemann, Somerset - former LSU commit, prototypical pocket QB, big arm and great size. Ranked the No. 2 QB in the state by TexAgsQB Jalen Mayden, Sachse - four-star dual threat QB with offers from across the country. QB Grant Tisdale, Allen (2019) - split time in 2016, big time buzz already surrounding this polished passerQB John Stephen Jones, Highland Park - grandson of Jerry Jones and first QB to lead HP to a state title since Matt Stafford.RB Brock Sturges, Allen - the offers are beginning to roll in after a solid junior showing in his first season at Allen.RB Craig Williams, Crosby - he brings speed and quickness to the table. Offers are on the table from Baylor, Auburn, Oklahoma State, Virginia Tech, and several othersRB Sarodorick Thompson, Carrollton Ranchview - big back with some speed of his ownRB Jase McClellan, Aledo (2020) - rushed for over 1500 yards and 20 TDs as a freshman, earned state title game offensive MVP honors, and has been offered by SMU RB Kaedric Cobbs, Melissa (2020) - 5-9, 195 and averaged over 10 ypc on his way to over 1200 yards and 16 TDsWR Drue Jackson, Sachse - 46 receptions for 652 yards and 6 TDs as a junior. He counts Texas Tech, Houston, Louisville, Iowa, and Colorado among his offers.WR Miles Battle, Cy Creek - long receiver, who attacks the ball. Body control is a big plus. He has been piling up the offers too with LSU and Ole Miss arriving in the last few weeks.WR Ke'von Ahmad, Colleyville Heritage - slowed by an injury last fall but had a big sophomore year and has offers from Baylor and Louisville.WR Quandree White, College Station - the versatile central Texas athlete will be working at WR on SundayWR Theo Wease, Allen (2019) - 2019 playmaker who recently committed to Oklahoma WR Trejan Bridges, Hebron (2019) - 4 offers are on the table for the 2019 and he is one smooth playmaker WR DJ Graham , Keller Central (2020) - 6-foot-1, 175-pounds, recorded 36 receptions for 527 yards and 3 TDs.TE Nic McTear, Frisco Heritage - committed early to Oklahoma State, but offers continue to arriveOL Rafiti Ghirmai, Frisco Wakeland - has absolutely exploded and become one of the state's hottest prospects since January. Alabama, LSU, and Georgia offered earlier this week. A&M is watching close.OL Casey Phillips, Franklin - another OL on A&M's radar. He's added some nice offers, and is one of the more versatile OLs in the state.OL Brey Walker, Moore (OK) Southmoore - the top prospect in Oklahoma, committed to OU. OL Keivan Myers, Dallas Bishop Dunne - 6-5, 330 and described as athletic. Yep, I'm interestedOL Ylijaah Hall, Bryan - big Centex OL is a guy the Aggies are watchingOL EJ Ndoma-Ogar, Allen (2019) - back from IMG, Ndoma-Ogar is one of the top OL prospects in Texas for 2019OL Brannon Brown, San Antonio O'Connor (2019) - holds a Texas Tech offer, had a big day at the Army Combine in San AntonioA few defensive prospects of noteDE Tyree Wilson, New London West Rusk - emerging DE prospect who I'm intrigued to see in person. 6-4, 225 and offers from ULL and Washington State.DE Ron Tatum, Oklahoma City (OK) Putnam City - top defensive lineman in Oklahoma with top national offersDE Ochaun Mathis , Manor - committed early to TCU. 6-5, 230DT Scale Igiehon, Del Valle - big DT who can do damage in the middle, 6-2, 330, holds a Texas State offerDT Nelson Jenkins, Plaquemine (LA) - committed to LSU in February after decommitting from KansasDT Lloyd Murray, Wichita Falls Hirschi (2019) - very active and strong DT, announced his FSU commitment ThursdayLB Byron Hobbs, Fort Worth Eastern Hills - long and athletic, his tape is fun and he holds offers from Oklahoma State, OU, and Texas to name a fewLB Nicholas Bolton, Frisco Lone Star - one of my personal favorites, intrigued to see how he measuresLB Mykel Gates, Carthage - active LB and multi-year starter for state champion CarthageLB Brian Johnson, Manvel - one of the more athletic LBs in the stateLB Chance Cover, Trophy Club Byron Nelson (2019) - recorded 125 tackles, 13 TFLs, and 2 sacks as a sophomoreS Caden Sterns, Cibolo Steele - LSU commit, top 10 in the stateS Kolby Peel, College Station A&M Consolidated Central Texas standout we've always been high on at TexAgs. S Isaiah Humphries, Sachse - top 50 Texas talent, committed to Penn State commitDB Dayven Coleman, West Mesquite - 6-2, 200 and can play CB, S, and even roll down, Syracuse is his most recent offer.S Jalen Catalon, Mansfield Legacy (2019) - Clemson offered this week. He's a little small, but he's one of the best defenders in the state. Almost 200 tackles and 9 INTs as a sophomore. CB RJ Mickens, Southlake Carroll )2019) - the son of Ray Mickens, started at Southlake Carroll as a freshman last year and is already approaching double digit offers as a 2020 prospect.Quick Notes- Wide receiver is absolutely loaded. There are more prospects holding Texas A&M offers and there is a great combination of size, speed, quickness, and overall playmaking ability. I would give it the nod as the deepest position group of the camp.- The OL group is strong as well. There's a lot of good depth there too. I'm predicting Brey Walker as the OL MVP right now, but it would not surprise me if Rafiti Ghirmai or Casey Phillips came from out of the pack to claim the honors.- My early contenders for fastest man would be Mansfield WR Jackson Gleeson and Rockdale athlete Jaquayln Crawford. Both of those guys can flat out fly.- The defensive end group has the most guys I really want to watch. TCU commit Ochaun Mathis, East Texas sleeper Tyree Wilson, national recruit Ron Tatum, and Euless Trinity DE Izaih Filikitonga all bring some intrigue to the table for me. And I have never seen any of them in person.- The S group another very strong. From Overshown to Catalon there are some are playmakers big and small and everything in between.- Speaking of intriguing the prospect A&M has offered that I'm most excited to see in person is Overshown. I want to see how big he actually is, how he moves, and what that frame looks like. - the guy I most want to see in person that does not have an offer is LB Nicholas Bolton. I love his tape but I've heard he is on the shorter side which has some schools holding off. We'll see. because he has been a defensive playmaker at Lone Star.- One guy I loved on tape that I think could come out of nowhere to make a name for himself is Livingston's Christian Mitchell. He's small but he can flat out go and he will be a tough cover in one-on-ones. Check out his tape if you haven't already.
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