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HIGH SCHOOL
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Mark-Antony Richards

Running Back
6′1″ / 194 lbs
West Palm Beach, FL
Wellington
Class of 2019
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Jason Howell
on Aug 8, 2018

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7 mo ago by Jason Howell
SEC Signing Day Round-up: A final look at the 2019 recruiting class
It was an eventful day for teams around the SEC with big 2019 recruits making their final choices for where they want to be playing in the fall, and Jason Howell has the latest recruiting news from National Signing Day.
7 mo ago by Jason Howell
Signing Day Thread
It is Signing Day and the Aggies are looking to fill three spots to bring the class to 26. Here's a few things - The popular predictions for the final three spots has been ATH Ainias Smith, DE Braedon Mowry, and LB Chris Russell - We should know Ainias Smith and Christian Williams early, around 8 a.m. or so. Last night, Liucci stated Williams to Miami looked like a done deal, so we're not counting on that one this morning- It looks like Javonne Shepherd will ink with Texas, he signs/announces at 1 p.m.- Dyersburg (TN) LB Chris Russell will announce his choice between Texas A&M and Arkansas at 4 p.m.- See Brauninger's Report on longtime A&M commitment Josh Ellison, it looks like he will grayshirt.That pretty much sums up the main prospects on the radar. We will also post some notable signings around the SEC and country in this thread. And last but certainly not least tune into the Signing Day Show with Brauninger, Gabe, and Liucci.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Monday night recruiting notes - Post Clemson
If you read our recruit reaction thread from Saturday and Sunday, you know what kind of impression Saturday night left with a large number of A&M's top prospects across multiple classes. After exchanging numerous texts and phone calls with kids and sources, here's what I've got in terms of the latest intel.-Let's start with the momentum created in 2020. The biggest news was the commitment of Demond Demas. The junior WR from North Forest is widely regarded as one of the top overall players in the country. His pledge caught a lot of people off guard, including members of the A&M staff. However, the Aggies nearly landed a couple more high priorities, including Trinity Christian DB Dwight McGlothern. McGlothern did not commit to A&M, but it's safe to say the Aggies hold a major edge here. Dwight will visit Michigan, LSU, and Alabama, and according to a source close to him, he is now looking to make a decision after his junior season. Remember, Dwight is extremely close to Jordan Moore and Leon O'Neal. I've also heard third hand the Aggies are in the pole position for CIbolo Steele's Jaylon Jones. I'll be out to see him in a couple of weeks when they take on Converse Judson. -With four commitments on the offensive line already in 2020, it's hard to say who or how many remaining spots there will be up front in that class. I do know that A&M and Alabama are now in a dogfight for PNG OL Jaylen Garth. Coming into the weekend, it was the Crimson Tide who held the advantage. A source in the Golden Triangle hesitated to say that the Aggies had overtaken Alabama, but I was told they were on level playing ground. Look for Garth to visit Alabama at some point this season but also return to College Station. The third team in the mix is Texas who has the commitment of his HS quarterback Roschon Johnson. That could keep the Horns around for a little bit, but as of now, it sounds like they are playing from behind. The atmosphere on Saturday also left an indelible impression with Memphis (TN) OL Chris Morris. A source close to Morris said the Aggies went from off the radar to firmly on it after Saturday night. Morris is an area where offensive coordinator Darrell Dickey has tremendous ties. Morris got to speak with Jim Turner and Lee Grimes after the game. Staying up front in the junior class, it sounds like A&M still has some work to do for Clear Creek big man Chad Lindberg. Chad had a great time at the game, but compared to what we heard from some of the other kids, it sounds like he's still wanting to come back and see more from the Aggies. He did get to speak with Jim Turner, Jimbo Fisher, and Bradley Dale Peveto on Saturday, and he talked to the A&M staff again on Sunday so it sounds like A&M isn't going to budge in terms of their pursuit. Lindberg's brother is currently enrolled at Texas, and it sounds like the Longhorns lead currently. Lindberg is an extremely smart kid, and I've been told Stanford could factor in, as well. Look for A&M to try and get him back to College Station soon. -2020 Baton Rouge (LA) DT Jaquelin Roy was unable to make it this weekend due to transportation issues, but I have heard he'll reschedule. -Florida speedster Mark-Antony Richards did not make it to town. I'm unsure if he'll reschedule. -There's been a lot of buzz surrounding Texas OL commit Javonne Shepherd, and Shepherd has done nothing to slow it down. In fact, he only heated things up even more when he tweeted, "This recruitment is about to get real crazy." Since then, he has interacted with some Texas players on Twitter, but I also do know he's been in contact with A&M. If you're asking me tonight, even though nothing has been finalized, I think you'll see Shepherd in College Station sooner rather than later unless the Texas staff can rally and prevent him from doing so. I also have it on good authority than Shepherd has talked to A&M commit and good friend Kenyon Green in the last day or so. -Still anticipating a phone conversation with Katy Seven Lakes DE David Ugwoegbu, but a couple of Houston area sources claimed the talented edge man is close to a decision. Visits to Oklahoma and Alabama are up in the air at last check. -Looking like a mid fall decision for Dickinson TE Jalen Wydermyer. I think he'll visit a couple of spots still with a high probability he also makes a return trip to College Station for possibly the Kentucky game. I feel good about the Ags' chances as things stand. -We are still hearing a public announcement for 2020 QB Malik Hornsby is likely to happen soon...as in the next 4-5 days. We will let you know if something changes. -I continue to hear that Katy Mayde Creek DE Marcus Stripling intends to take all of his visits prior to making a commitment. It'll be interesting to see if 1) he sticks to that and 2) where A&M is at in terms of numbers when Marcus is ready to make a decision. Stripling showed up late, but he did make it to College Station this weekend.-I've had some folks message me about the strength of Christian Harris' commitment in the face of LSU's strong start. A couple of things are important to remember here...first, Harris told me after the game Saturday night that the environment of College Station and the atmosphere inside Kyle Field did nothing but strengthen his pledge. Second, we had heard the Harris camp had gotten a little upset at LSU for slow playing a kid in their own backyard. Couple that with the bond he's formed with a lot of the A&M commitments, especially RJ Orebo, and I don't think Harris is going anywhere. -Had a souce tell me that Independence CC LB Kuony Deng (pronounced "cuh-oin") was extremely impressive in terms of his physicality. With the numbers the way they are, I'd keep an eye on Deng's recruitment. If you continue to hear his name pop up, I think A&M will be a legitimate player for his services. -Atlanta (GA) LB Nick Jackson was unable to make it in for Clemson, but he did tell me that he's planning a trip to College Station for later in the year. -We will have post official visit articles soon from Dylan Wright, Zach Calzada, and Orebo soon.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Visitor list - Clemson (holy cow)
Well, here's what we've got. This list will get altered 100 times I'm sure with additions/subtractions. I'd also expect kids committed elsewhere to sneak in. CommitsDayton OLB RJ Orebo - official visitLanier (GA) QB Zach Calzada St Pius WR Chase Lane West Mesquite WR Dylan Wright - official visitHallsville OL Blake Trainor Manvel OL Layden Robinson A&M Consolidated DT Josh Ellison Baton Rouge (LA) LB Christian Harris - official visitBrock TE Baylor Cupp - official visitColleyville Heritage WR Kameron Brown Waxahachie S Demani Richardson Coppell K Caden Davis Houston Madison DB Bobby Wolfe Ft Bend Bush DB Erick Young Mansfield Legacy ATH Jeffery Carter Ft Bend Hightower OL Smart Chibuzo The Woodlands College Park Josh Bankhead Ft Bend Kempner OL Akinola Ogunbiyi Navasota OL Jordan Jefferson 2019'sFt Lauderdale (FL) DE Khris Bogle Katy Seven Lakes DE David Ugwoegbu Katy Mayde Creek DE Marcus Stripling West Palm Beach (FL) ATH Mark-Antony Richards Dickinson TE Jalen Wydermyer Amite (LA) DT Ishmael Sopsher (maybe)Independence CC LB Kuony Deng Hutto ATH Chux NwabukoArizona Western JC DB Elijah Blades 2020'sNorth Shore RB Zach Evans Houston North Forest WR Demond Demas Clear Creek OL Chad Lindberg Duncanville S Chris Thompson Duncanville ATH Ja'Quinden JacksonA&M Consolidated WR Devin Price Ft Bend Austin WR Troy Omeire A&M Consolidated DB Nate Floyd Newton DE James Sylvester Baton Rouge (LA) DT Jaquelin Roy Cibolo Steele DB Jaylon Jones Dickinson DB Donald Warnell Port Neches-Groves OL Jaylen Garth Haynesville (LA) DT Camron Jackson Baton Rouge (LA) ATH Joel Williams (maybe)Mansfield Timberview DB Jalen Kimber North Shore LB Corey Flagg North Shore OL Damieon George - maybeFt Bend Marshall QB Malik Hornsby Weatherford QB Ken Seals Trinity Christian DB Dwight McGlothern Mesquite Poteet RB Seth McGowan Spring Woods DE Vernon Broughton CE King ATH Bryson Washington A&M Consolidated WR Brian Darby Frisco Lone Star WR Marvin Mims Dallas Jesuit ATH EJ Smith Denton Ryan ATH Drew Sanders - Oklahoma - maybeCedar Hill OL Courtland Ford Nacogdoches OL Riley Birdwell Coppell OL Garrison Wheatley Katy Mayde Creek OL Curtis Stripling Memphis (TN) OL Chris Morris George County (MS) DT McKinnley Jackson 2021'sKaty Tompkins DE Tunmise Adeleye Hutto DE/OLB Landyn Watson Bellaire Episcopal OL Donovan Jackson Lakeview Centennial RB Camar Wheaton (maybe)Ft Bend Ridge Point WR John Paul Richardson Ft Bend Willowridge WR Latrell Neville Pleasant Grove DE Landon Jackson North ashore WR Shadrach Banks Mesquite Horn LB Kendrick Blackshire Coppell ATH KJ Liggins Bellaire Episcopal OL Luis Chavarria Denton Braswell OL Erick Cade Port Neches-Groves OL Corey Burt Waller OL Augustus Rice Bellaire Episcopal OL Cullen Montgomery 2022'sBeaumont West Brook ATH Bryce AndersonAgain, there's going to be changes. When you're dealing with a group this large and star studded, it's always difficult to gauge who's really going to be in town once Saturday rolls around. We'll pin this all week so keep checking back in to see the alterations. I'm sure Jason will come in with confirmations or non-confirmations from DFW soon.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Those last remaining spots...
With A&M's recruiting red hot right now and standing firm at 23 commits, it seems like prospects, parents, and coaches around the state adn region have taken notice of what's going on in College Station. To recap, here are just some of the names still giving the Aggies a strong look...Baton Rouge (LA) LB Christian Harris Ft Lauderdale (FL) DE Khris Bogle Katy Mayde Creek DE Marcus Stripling Katy Seven Lakes DE David Ugwoegbu Atlanta (GA) LB Nick Jackson West Mesquite WR Dylan Wright DIckinson TE Jalen Wydermyer ...and then there's these guys who I'd classify as wildcards.Flower Mound Marcus LB Marcel Brooks (LSU)Amite (LA) DT Ishmael Sopsher Horn Lake (MS) LB Nakobe Dean West Palm Beach (FL) ATH Mark Antony-Richards Brooklyn (NY) DE Adisa Isaac If you asked me individually, I would say the Aggies will get fall visits from nearly every one of the prospects listed above - with some of them already making plans to be in College Station in little over a month. You'd have to think with the way things are rolling, those final spots may start being picked off in pretty short order.
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