Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
ATH

Kelvontay Dixon

Athlete
5′11″ / 170 lbs
Carthage, TX
Carthage
Class of 2020
Rating: 88
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National Avg
Rating: 88.1
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Recruited by
Arkansas
Committed
7/4/2019
Baylor
None
Colorado
None
Oklahoma State
None
SMU
None
TCU
None
Texas
None
+ 2 More

Staff Predictions

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Confidence
Prediction
Name & Date
Jason Howell
on May 30, 2017

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16 days ago by Jason Howell
Recruiting Rankings Update: Summer update to 2020-2022 classes
Summer has been eventful on the recruiting front, and Jason Howell has the latest ranking updates from prospects all across the state in the 2020, 2021 and 2022 high school classes.
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around the SEC: Recruiting news and trends
While it might currently be a recruiting dead period, there are still many commitments and decisions being made by the top players in the region that are impacting the SEC. Jason Howell examines the latest news and trends on the recruiting front.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
The Pecking Order: Texas Class of 2020 recruiting rankings update
Ahead of football season, the TexAgs recruiting team has taken the opportunity to update and expand their 2020 in-state rankings. Take a look at the top 25 prospects in the class and the biggest changes inside.
2 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Texas 7-on-7 State Finals Preview
College Station will be hosting the annual state championships for 7-on-7 this weekend at Veteran's Park on Harvey Rd just east of Hwy 6. The teams will be divided into small and large school brackets. Division II (small schools) will begin play on Thursday afternoon while the big boys start on Friday. Depending on the bracket, games will either begin at 1 and 2 o'clock each day. Here's a look at the pools and schedule...https://twitter.com/r_brauninger/status/879452412666359808https://twitter.com/r_brauninger/status/879453149593042945In looking at the D1 bracket, I'll be keeping an eye on all Pool E with Deneric Prince and Brian Johnson from Manvel and key target Bobby Brown from Arlington Lamar. Jalen Preston is not expected to make the trip because he's participating in The Opening this weekend. These types of events are built for guys like 2019 QB Grant Gunnell and his shifty WR teammate Chase Lane. The A&M will commits will start play in Pool G against some pretty tough squads that will feature 2019 TE Austin Stogner (Oklahoma) out of Plano Prestonwood. The last commit is in Pool J where Montel Parker and his Dickinson teammates will try to replicate last year's run in this event that included an upset over heavily favored Manvel. Other guys more guys per group to watch for in the big school bracket...Pool A:Clear Brook WR Caleb Chapman 2019 Coppell S Jonathan McGill 2019 Lake Travis WR Garrett Wilson Pool B:Cinco Ranch ATH Brant Kuithe 2019 Lufkin ATH Breylon Garcia 2019 Haslet Eaton RB Titus Swen Georgetown LB Brandon Hawkins (Boise State)Georgetown WR Caden Leggett - had a big Pylon 7v7 National Championship runPool C:Cedar Ridge RB Simi Bakare 2019 Cedar Ridge WR Jaylen Ellis (Baylor)Fort Worth All Saints WR Jaylon Robinson (Oklahoma)Pool D:Mansfield Timberview ATH Jalen Knox (Missouri)Del Valle WR La'Thaniel Washington Del Valle LB Cameron Wilkins Pool E:2019 Hutto QB Chase Griffin Manvel QB Kason Martin (UNT)Arlington Lamar WR Matthew Shaw 2019 Arlington Lamar CB Deshawn Gaddie 2020 Arlington Lamar LB James Douglas Pool F:2019 Katy RB Deondrick Glass 2021 Katy QB Bronson McClelland 2020 Mesquite Poteet RB Seth McGowan Pool G:St Pius WR Bryson Jackson 2019 Beaumont West Brook RB Robert McGrue Pool H:San Angelo Central TE Henry TeeterHouston Lamar RB Ta'Zhawn Henry Pool I:Desoto DB German Green (Michigan)DeSoto RB Kelan Walker (Houston)2019 DeSoto WR La'Vontae Shenault 2020 DeSoto DB Jabbar Muhammad Pool J:2019 Dickinson TE Jalen Wydermyer The Colony DB Jaxon GibbsPool K:Lewisville Hebron QB Clayton Tune (Kansas)Lewisville Hebron DB Verone McKinley III 2019 Lewisville Hebron WR Trejan Bridges 2020 Lewisville Hebron S Darius Snow Klein WR Colton ChelootzPool L:Richmond Foster DB Christian YoungFrisco Wakeland WR Tre Adams Pool M:College Station ATH Marquez Perez 2019 Waxahachie S Demani Richardson Pool N:CyCreek WR Miles Battle Pool O:The Woodlands OL Jake Syptak (plays some TE in 7-on-7) (SMU)The Woodlands WR KeSean CarterPool P:A&M Consolidated ATH Kolby Peel (Ok State)2019 Ft Bend Bush S Jamal Morris 2019 Ft Bend Bush CB Erick Young Houston Lamar should look a lot different this weekend with Anthony Cook, D'Shawn Jamison, and Al'vonte Woodard all expected to be at The Opening. I still think they're a team to beat even without those guys. Their depth is crazy. I'll take a stab at the final 4 this weekend - Manvel, St Pius, Lake Travis, and College Station.While the talent isn't as wide spread in the small school division, there will be some really talented kids competing. Some of those names that jump out are...Cuero TE Bralen Taylor (Baylor)Somerset QB Zadock Dinkelmann (BYU)Carthage RB Keaontay Ingram (Texas)2020 Carthage ATH Kelvontay Dixon Rockdale ATH Jaquayln Crawford 2019 Cuero ATH Jordan Whittington 2019 Stafford WR Jalen Curry 2019 Wellington OL Trevor Roberson - could be a possibility as a TE2020 Melissa RB JaBray Young 2020 Melissa QB Brendon Lewis
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Notes from East Texas - a few big stops today
First things first, I've been debating whether to rate DeMarvion Overshown as a safety or a linebacker, because at 6-3, 200-pounds I really wanted to see his frame. Well, after seeing him today I'm firmly in the safety department. I didn't get to see them workout today, but he looks like a two-guard with that long, lean frame. https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/866700015477116929Recruiting-wise, he named his top 15 last Thursday and the Aggies made the cut. He also is considering a few others right now, but he is planning to narrow his list to a top 10 by mid-summer, a top five before the season, and he wants to try and decide during the season.A&M has talked to him about the BBQ and he was non-committal about attending when I asked him about it today. He did make it to Friday Night Lights in April. Alabama and Clemson were the only two programs he knew he wanted to try and visit this summer, but he plans to check out his options this summer.Carthage was another big stop for me today with running back Keaontay Ingram being the priority. The big thing that came out of today's interview was him saying he planned to commit before the season. He also said he felt a couple of schools were standing out, but he was not ready to put that information out there.He is hopeful he can attend Texas A&M's BBQ*******************Now for some more fun stuff.In between my stops at Arp and Carthage was a stop at Marshall. OL Chasen Hines remains a target for the Aggies. Yesterday at the ETSN East Texas Combine he said he was firm to LSU, and I truly believe it will take a whole lot to change that. However, I would not be shocked to see him at least make a visit to Texas A&M. Just something to keep an eye on.Overshown's little brother Tren Jones (6-2, 160) received his first offer from Baylor and he has the same build as Overshown. He's a CB and WR for Arp. Marshall DE Marje Smith (6-6, 205) is another to watch. The Aggies have shown some interest and his build reminds me of Daeshon Hall. He was around 215 before he broke his wrist, which has been in a cast for about a month, and I could see him adding weight in a hurry once he gets to a college campus. The cast should come off around the first of June. Look for him to camp at A&M in July. He is also a basketball player too and played AAU with Team Texas last summer, but he's focused on football now.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/866721759843803136Two underclassmen to watch at Marshall are 2019 receiver DeKendrick Bender (6-0, 185) and 2020 QB JJ Green (6-3, 160). Head coach Claude Mathis felt both could be special, and he has seen plenty of talent over the years at Austin LBJ, DeSoto, and SMU.http://www.hudl.com/video/3/6367001/58160aee0aff7a88b4b672c3Carthage has a couple of 2020s who are already attracting attention OL Ty'Kieast Crawford (6-6, 285) and ATH Kelvontay Dixon (5-10, 160). Dixon is the younger brother of Keaontay Ingram and already holds scholarship offers from Texas, TCU, Baylor, Oklahoma State, and Colorado. Crawford does not have any offers, but he is a must watch prospect. He will be at Texas A&M's lineman camp in June.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/866846216780468225
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