Bronson McClelland

Bronson McClelland

6′1″ / 210 lbs
Katy, TX
Class of 2021
Rating: 84

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Rating: 85.0

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Ryan Brauninger
7 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Late night recruiting quick hitters - Friday
Been busy as summer baseball has kicked off in full force, but I was able to pick up some interesting recruiting tidbits on a trip to Katy on Thursday. - I should have an interview up soon with TE commit Fernando Garza, but all is well on that front. Garza has been speaking with James Coley about his role in the Aggie offense, and he's been active with the other commits in their group messages. He said it's been a little difficult to manage his time with summer football starting up as the same time as his summer baseball schedule, but he's beginning to figure it all out. He said he's in the process of trying to slim down a little to move better as a receiver in football, and he's also eyeing the 95 mph mark before summer baseball is over. Word on the street is that Katy QB Bronson McClelland is closing in on a decision. I suspect he'll land somewhere in the region at a P5 school. - Katy is loaded in 2022. Looch mentioned their trio of CB Bobby Taylor, DE Malick Sylla, and LB Ty Kana, and all three of those told me they are communicating with the A&M staff consistently. Sylla mentioned his talks with both Terry Price and Elijah Robinson and said he doesn't go more than a couple of days without talking to the Aggie staff. He's currently measuring in at 6-6, 225 pounds, but the weight is going to stick to this kid quickly. The frame and upside here is absolutely sky high. He's built like you'd want a young defensive end to look - extremely long and angular with broad shoulders and loose hips. Fantastic looking edge player. Taylor has long been one of A&M's top targets in that entire 2022 class, and he also said he talks with Mike Elko, TJ Rushing, and Ish Aristide every day or so. In fact, he mentioned yesterday that he was looking forward to getting on the phone with Rushing at some point this weekend. As for his timeline, he's in no hurry. Bobby said he'll drop a top schools list this summer and likely will let his decision wait until after the football season. A&M is doing really well here, and Bobby likes talking about the Aggies. He and Demond Demas have gotten close through their workouts with Rischad Whitfield (Footwork King), and Demond has been his ear. Bobby said A&M, LSU, and Oklahoma are the 3 schools recruiting him the hardest right now., Ty Kana has grown up this offseason. He was always a well put together LB, but he's added some length since I saw him at the Houston TD Club Event last winter. Kana is currently standing at a true 6-2, and he's in fantastic shape. He told me that he speaks with Tyler Santucci pretty often. If you're asking me, Kana is poised to blow up once visits start back up and/or some of his recent tape or cut ups start making the rounds. I was extremely impressed with him physically. He already had an elite nose for the football and comes with the highest recommendation by members of the Katy coaching staff.
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
10 mo 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.
Ryan Brauninger
12 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
A&M to welcome elite group of talent this weekend
I just got off the phone with Fast Houston head man Ro Simon who tells me his entire group will be in College Station on Sunday to take a tour of the facilities and meet with the A&M staff members. This has become somewhat of a tradition for Fast as they always make a trip to College Station as one of their first spring visits. They'll hit a host of top end schools, but they typically kick their tour off with a trek to Aggieland. They've also recently opened up a branch in greater Austin and are grabbing some of the best talent from that area.Some familiar names on this year's Fast rosters are:Katy QB Bronson McClelland Dallas Skyline WR Quaydarius Davis Richmond Foster WR Cody Jackson - OklahomaDenton Ryan ATH Billy Bowman Jr - TexasKaty CB Hunter Washington North Richland Hills S CJ Baskerville Hutto LB Landyn Watson Jersey Village ATH Caleb Weaver Pearland RB Brandon Campbell The Woodlands WR Theodore Knox Clear Lake CB Mark Wilson 2022 Port Arthur Memorial CB Jaylon Guilbeau 2022 Beaumont West Brook S Bryce Anderson - LSU2022 Klein Cain RB Jaydon Blue 2022 Shreveport (LA) WR Decoldest Crawford - LSU2022 Brenham ATH Eric Hemphill III 2022 Shadow Creek S Jaidan Scott 2022 Manvel CB Alejandro Colbert 2022 Shadow Creek WR Randy Masters 2022 Shadow Creek TE Trent McGaughey 2022 North Shore CB Denver Harris Simon also added 2022 Clear Lake CB Julian Humphrey to his roster this spring. This kid is about to explode with offers, as well. I'll have the names of who exactly will be the group headed to town a little later this week.
TexAgs HS Game of the Week: Katy vs. Katy Tompkins
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
TexAgs HS Game of the Week: Katy vs. Katy Tompkins
This week's high school game of the week features two of the top 10 teams in Class 6A as the up and coming Katy Tompkins Falcons take on the perennial powerhouse Katy Tigers on Thursday night at Legacy Stadium in Katy.
TexAgs High School Game of the Week: Katy vs North Shore
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
TexAgs High School Game of the Week: Katy vs North Shore
Perhaps the biggest game all season in the greater Houston area takes place in week one as the Katy Tigers travel east to take on the state champion North Shore Mustangs. Ryan Brauninger breaks down the matchup between two titans of Texas HS football.
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