Travis Keetch

Travis Keetch

5′10″ / 140 lbs
Fort Worth, TX
Arlington Heights
Class of 2021
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Jason Howell
3 yr ago by Jason Howell
Went out to see a promising DE prospect today
This morning I went out to see Argyle Liberty Christian 2019 DE Isreal Isuman-Hundley. The Warriors are wrapping up the last big practice before their scrimmage on Friday, and since Isuman-Hundley did not compete on the varsity level and I didn't get to see him do football drills in the spring, I wanted to get a look at a guy I consider one of the more intriguing prospects in the area.A little back story for you guys. He's the 6-5, 230-pound WDE who played basketball and was a WR when he initially moved over from basketball. His length and overall athleticism were a few things I already knew about, Now the thing that jumped out to me today was the strength. And from what I hear this guy lives in the weight room to the point you have to tell him to leave. Today, and granted it was half pads and just practice, but it was impressive to see him anchor and to see him press and extend. He is still very raw technically, but the tools he has are going to make him a hot target after his 2017 film gets to college coaches.He did camp at Texas A&M in July and the Aggies have been keeping a close eye on him. He already holds offers from Baylor and Oklahoma State, and the Cowboys seemed to have made a pretty strong early impression. couple of other guys to watch for the Warriors are 2018 S Kason Howell who is committed to play baseball at Auburn and 2018 LB Grant Sawyer who is committed to Tulsa.2021 QB Travis Keetch is a name to tuck away. He is young, but look for him to get some quality time this fall. Very polished. The Warriors also have a couple of 2020s in CB Collin Gamble and DT Keimoniee Greene
Jason Howell
4 yr ago by Jason Howell
Some Sunday Funday Recruiting Notes
This afternoon I was able to see a few top targets work with TrueBuzzKeller Timber Creek WR Erik Ezukanma was one of the top prospects of the day, and he had a great TD reception on a deep ball for one of the top plays in 7on7 action. Coach Terry Price went by to see him this week and Ezukanma said the Aggies just wanted to check in with him and make sure things were alright. He put Texas A&M in his list of top schools with TCU, Oklahoma, and Ohio State. He has no camp plans and does not have a timetable on a decision.Another big target is 2019 Nolan Catholic LB Nana Osafo-Mensah. We caught up with him recently and today we saw him work. 2020, Lake Dallas ATH Drew Sanders is one to watch, and today, he was impressive. He worked at QB and he showed off a strong arm. 2021 name to know is QB Travis Keetch (5-10, 140). The Fort Worth QB may need to grow a bit, but he can spin it with the best of them. He also works hard at his craft and it shows. He plays an advanced game. His family is very good friends with the Manziel's and he has some pretty strong Texas A&M ties.One last note. Sunnyvale 2019 OL Marcus Alexander (6-4, 280) said the Aggies dropped by this week


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