Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL
CB

Dwight McGlothern

Cornerback
6′1″ / 175 lbs
Klein, TX
Klein Oak
Class of 2020
Rating: 90
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National Avg
Rating: 89.7
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Recruited by
Arkansas
Medium
Georgia
Medium
LSU
Medium
Michigan
Medium
Ohio State
Medium
Oklahoma
Medium
Oklahoma State
Medium
Ole Miss
Medium
Oregon
Medium
Tennessee
Medium
Texas
Medium
West Virginia
Medium
Texas A&M
None
Alabama
None
Colorado
None
Florida
None
Florida State
None
+ 12 More

Staff Predictions

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Confidence
Prediction
Name & Date
Jason Howell
on Sep 19, 2018

Videos

(3 Total)
2020 CB Dwight McGlothern provides update in recruitment, discusses A&M
Highly-touted 2020 DB Dwight McGlothern feels at home in College Station
2020 DB Dwight McGlothern sees culture change in Aggie football

Updates

4 days ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
Around the state of Texas, decisions are being made, visits are being taken, and offers are being extended as the regular season has now kicked off. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the Lone Star state recruiting front.
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Notes from Members Only-Fast Houston workout
Last night, I traveled down to Houston to watch a group of about 20-30 top prospects from the area work out with Ro Simon one last time before high school football season begins. Here are some of my notes from the event...1. Let's start with the most prevalent news at the moment for Texas A&M fans which involves top safety target Xavion Alford from Shadow Creek. Alford did not participate in the workout last night but did show up to shoot some more pieces for his commitment video. I made a note a couple of days ago that Xavion personally said he was going to push back his commitment date to into the season. However, it now sounds like he just meant he was going to push it back a little bit further into August. When I had spoken to him after the pool party/BBQ, Alford gave the indication off the record that an announcement would likely come sooner rather than later. He told me last night that he still wants to get this done before the season to remove any stress and distractions from his senior season at Shadow Creek. He spoke with Jimbo Fisher on Friday night for quite a while. He and his inner circle also continue to speak with Mike Elko on a consistent basis. Alford told all the media members there that this had come down to a battle between A&M and Texas with Alabama now on the outside looking in. The Longhorns have made a late push, but I'm still sticking with my gut here that the Aggies hold a lead. Now, the main question remains - when does a public decision happen? I'm leaning toward the 7-10 day range as it stands now. If a final decision hasn't been reached yet, it'll likely happen soon. One thing I want to make clear: Alford is an outstanding kid who wants to do as much homework as possible before making a decision. He's looking at a lot of factors here from top to bottom. He's being as thorough as I've seen a kid be leading into a decision. 2. Another often talked about prospect that was out there last night was Aldine MacArthur CB Josh Eaton. Eaton is also closing in on a decision, and it looks like this one is leaning toward the state capitol. The Aggies have continued to stay after other corners, too - scheduling an OV with Jacobe Covington out of Scottsdale (AZ) and making the final list for junior college standout Brian George. I personally think Eaton lands at Texas before the season starts. While I think landing Eaton would help Herman and Co with Alford, I do not think it's a backbreaker for the Aggies by any stretch. I think both kids will make decisions independent from one another. 3. I may have found the next version of Demond Demas last night - at least a young starter kit version of him. 2022 Shadow Creek WR Randy Masters (more affectionately known as Bobo) is an absolute monster. He's already got offers from Vanderbilt and South Carolina. There's no doubt he is about to explode. Freak show of an athlete with a fantastic frame and Demond-like explosiveness. No brainer offer for me. He'll be one of the best players in Texas in that class. Bobo stole the show last night. 4. Another offer worthy 2022 is Port Arthur Memorial CB Jaylon Guilbeau. I've already interviewed/written about Guilbeau before, but he showed he belonged among the best prospects in greater Houston already without any sophomore tape. He and his father spoke extremely highly of Texas A&M and their experience so far with the coaching staff - specifically Terry Price and Bradley Dale Peveto. Guilbeau is really tight with 2021 monster DE Jordon Thomas. Thomas was also out there last night and was the only non-skill prospect at the event. If Thomas tape matches what he's flashed at camps and work outs this summer, he's a top 10 player in Texas without any argument. The kid is a freakshow, and he just now started driving. A&M, Texas, and LSU are the three standing out right now for the pass rusher out of the Golden Triangle. 5. I'll round out the post with some quick hitting observations...- Texas Tech is getting a steal with Lufkin WR Ja'Lynn Polk. He's super smooth. - Klein Oak DB Dwight McGlothern is taking all of his officials out of state and to every corner of the US. - Ft Bend Travis QB Eric Rodriguez is the most underrated QB in Houston. If he goes FCS, he's going to throw for a bajillion yards there. - More 2022 DB names to know include Eric Hemphill III from Brenham, Jaidan Scott from Shadow Creek, and Alejandro Colbert and Jacobe Chester from Ft Bend Ridge Point.- Texas A&M is keeping a close eye on 2021 Katy CB Hunter Washington. I've had multiple Katy sources indicate the Aggies plan on scouting his first few weeks of tape as a junior. He's definitely an offer candidate.
3 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
During Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, TexAgs recruiting analysts Ryan Bruaninger and Jason Howell joined to share their thoughts on the latest recruiting storylines for Texas A&M ahead of camps on the A&M campus.
4 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few Monday morning recruiting notes
The big question now that Ryan Watts is what will the Aggies do now. First, I do not expect the priorities to change much as Brauny pointed out on another thread. For one, the Aggies do have a commitment from the top CB in Texas, Jaylon Jones. I also look for Texas A&M to continue to pursue Watts. He has been a priority target for the coaches and there is still a long way to go before things are official. Blinn JC corner Marco Domio is also a high priority, and he has a shown a lot of interest in the Aggies since receiving his offer a couple of weeks ago. We have been saying this since his spring game visit, but I would put the Aggies at the top of his list. Aldine MacArthur CB Josh Eaton, Klein Oak DB Dwight McGlothern, and Broken Arrow (OK) DB Myles Slusher are a few other top targets to keep an eye on, as well as recently mentioned Christian Gonzalez of The Colony who should see the Aggies by his school in the near future. -On the running back front, I heard from a recent DFW source that Mesquite Poteet RB Seth McGowan continues to keep the Aggies high on his list and it looks like he will take a visit to College Station in the next few months. The Aggies were the only Texas team in his February top 8. -Phenix City (AL) Javion Cohen recently decommitted from South Carolina and he hit the road for stops at Georgia Tech and Auburn. Before committing to South Carolina, he had the Aggies high on his list and he has a strong bond with coach Henson. Since decommitting Henson and Cohen have been in touch and Cohen says the Aggies are definitely back in the mix. Now, the task will be getting him on campus, which Cohen says will likely have to be for an official visit and he is not planning to take those any time soon. Another OL to keep an eye on is Andrew Raym of Broken Arrow (OK). This is another prospect coach Henson has developed a good bond with dating back to before he was at A&M. I have heard from sources in Oklahoma there is mutual interest and I would not be surprised if the Aggies get an unofficial visit in the near future.-Tyler JC LB Maureese Wren is another intriguing prospect to watch. He visited this spring and he has stayed in touch with the Texas A&M staff. Look for the Aggies to be by TJC this week to check him out. He has official visits scheduled for Missouri (June 7) and Oregon State (June 21), and he will take an unofficial visit to Alabama on June 1.
5 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
News on a top DB target
DB target Dwight McGlothern will play his senior year at Klein Oak HS.The head coach there is former Aggie great Jason Glenn.
All Updates

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