Lamy Constant

Running Back
6′0″ / 190 lbs
Brooklyn, NY
Poly Prep
Class of 2020
Rating: 91

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Rating: 89.9

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2 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
A few RB names to keep an eye on
If the Aggies are going to have to find some more high school running backs to close on in the final recruiting window, here's a few names that I could see as targets heading toward February. Frank Brown - Houston Sterling - A Houston area HS coach told me, "Brown is the best player I've coached against in the last 5 years not named Devon Achane. Easily a high end, power 5 kid. Played on a struggling team." Eaglin - Manvel - Big back who exploded this year. 6-1, 215 right now. Not a burner by any means, but he did catch a lot of attention with his numbers this year. Gibbs - Dalton (GA) - It looks like his visit weekends are pretty much lined up from now until signing day. That doesn't rule out midweek visits though. Clayton - New Orleans (LA) - Colorado commit and teammate of Sedrick Van Oran. Feels like a longer shot than most. Constant - Brooklyn (NY) - This kid had a lot of Aggie attention early on in the process. A one time West Virginia commit, he backed away from the Mountaineers 10 days before Signing Day, less than a month after he committed., this is just a watch list in case the Aggies do not land Zach Evans and choose to go back into the high school ranks to fill that open spot.
8 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Recruiting Thoughts: Aggies continue impressive summer run
After a big weekend for A&M that included 4-star Fort Bend Kempner OL Akinola Ogunbiyi rejoining the class, the Aggies continue to surge in recruiting. Billy Liucci breaks down Jimbo Fisher's and his staff's hot streak and what to expect in the days ahead.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Wednesday lunch time recruiting notes
I've got some miscellaneous stuff from the last day or so.-There's been a lot of talk regarding North Forest OL Javonne Shepherd and his status with his high school team. According to industry sources and contacts in Houston, Shepherd is currently not involved with team activities. There seems to be some waivering on the exact terms of his sentence - in other words, whether this is a permanent dismissal or a temporary suspension. I've heard both so I don't want to speculate either way. Shepherd remains an expected visitor in a few weeks when A&M hosts Kentucky.-There's been talks north of the Red River about Katy Seven Lakes DE David Ugwoegbu making an official visit to Norman. I spoke to two sources in Katy and neither gave me the impression that the trip would 100% happen. Ugwoegbu has a lot of A&M ties around he and his family, and, in my personal opinion, proximity to home will be big when it comes time to make a decision. This one feels like it's getting close, but Ugwoegbu keeps things close to the vest. Keep an eye on official visit dates for David. If nothing is ever set in stone with those, I think it'll be a good indicator. -I think you'll see Atlanta (GA) LB Nick Jackson make a trip to College Station soon. With the status of Nakobe Dean's final official visit still up in the air, it makes sense that the Aggies stay on Jackson. Some folks I've talked to think Jackson is highly undervalued. I've had him compared to Tyrel Dodson coming out of high school. Jackson has always been receptive to A&M and is energetic when talking about his experiences with the staff and the possibility of him playing ball inside Kyle Field.-I mentioned Dickinson TE Jalen Wydermyer this morning on radio, and Hop just had an interview with him a couple days ago, but it sounds the Ags are the clear leaders here at this point. I think Jalen will make a mid fall decision after taking a few visits and barring any of those trips blowing him away. -On September 19th, I'm going to say Amite (LA) DT Ishmael Sopsher stays at home on the bayou. If not there, it'll be Tuscaloosa, but based on what we've heard, the Ags have their main interests at other positions. Obviously, if Sopsher changes his tune, A&M would listen. -Keep an eye on 2020 Brooklyn (NY) RB Lamy Constant. Word I got is that he's very interested in taking a trip to Aggieland in the near future. Now, before y'all freak out, this has no bearing on the recruitment of North Shore stud Zach Evans. Constant has a very specific skill set that I actually think would go well with Evans all purpose/all world abilities should the Aggies wind up landing both. Evans is still absolutely considered the top, must get guy in 2020. Also, something to keep in mind on Evans: he's going to visit multiple places, multiple times. He's remained firm that he's not going to make any decision until NSD 2020 so there's no need to get all riled up every time the kid does or doesn't go somewhere.-I continue to hear all signs pointing to Converse Judson DL DeMarvin Leal not waivering from the Aggies and enrolling early this winter. I'll see him on Friday night when the Rockets take on Cibolo Steele. -With 4 2020 OL commits already, it's a little bit difficult to judge who and how many the Ags will end up taking in the junior class. One thing I do know is that PNG's Jaylen Garth will rocket up our rankings like he's doing with so many college coaching staffs across the country. The kid has turned into a monster, and the junior film I've seen early on this year is ridiculous. I think we need to start talking about Garth as one of the top 2-3 OL in that deep in state 2020 class. The Ags should hang around in this one for a while. -I continue to hear good things about the Aggies' standing with 2020 Newton DE James Sylvester. TCU will have a say so here as will Texas, but Sylvester and Terry Price have some good juju going early on. -2020 DE Vernon Broughton moved from Spring Woods to CyRidge this fall and is off to a strong start in his junior campaign. He blew up during spring evals and visited A&M for the Clemson game. He was also in Austin last week to see Texas-USC. I'd give the Longhorns a slight edge here at this stage of the game, but A&M certainly isn't out of the picture. -Two big time 2020 names I could see making choosing the Aggies in the next couple months are Ft Bend Austin WR Troy Omeire and Trinity Christian Dwight McGlothern. For Dwight, look no further than the interview he did with Jason where he referenced A&M as "we". Dwight says he's going to wait until Signing Day of 2020, but I (and a lot of other folks) don't think it drags out nearly that long. Omeire took a big time look at making a pledge after fellow junior WR Demond Demas committed to A&M after the Clemson game. In fact, he was a guy that me and other analyst were trying to pin down as to whether he would be joining the Aggies' class that night. He did not commit however but remains extremely high on A&M. -Keep watching Devin Price. I continue to hear things that make me believe he's a real offer candidate. -2021 Pleasant Grove DE Landon Jackson is an Aggie legacy. His dad played basketball at A&M. He'll be returning to Austin however for the second weekend in a row to see Texas. Based on what we've gathered, the Aggies hold the key here still, and it sounds like the communication between Jackson and A&M (the Aggies offered way before Texas) is on the verge of really amping up. -From what I've heard, it doesn't sound like any A&M commit/target will be making a visit to Alabama this weekend. Guys like Christian Harris, DeMarvin Leal, Nakobe Dean, David Ugwoegbu, and Marcus Stripling are all prospects that the Tide have entertained to some degree in this cycle. Like I said, as of Wednesday, I don't think any will be in Tuscaloosa.

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