JJ Green

6′3″ / 160 lbs
Marshall, TX
Class of 2020
Rating: 83

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Rating: 84.5

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1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Recruit Reaction - Texas A&M vs. Arkansas
Colleyville Heritage WR Kameron Brown "It's always a great experience watching the Aggies play! There wasn't as big of a crowd being at Cowboy Stafium, but their fans still find a way to make it sound like there's 100k there."Coppell K Caden Davis - Texas A&M commit"The game was pretty good. I don't think the team had the same juice as they did against Clemson, but it was still good. The atmosphere at AT&T Stadium is crazy, I can't wait to play there next year"Carrollton Ranchview 2020 ATH Michael Henderson "It was a good game. I was glad to see them come out with the win. It was a great atmosphere. There were a lot of Texas A&M fans, so it was good first experience."Marshall 2020 QB JJ Green "They game was great! I loved the atmosphere, and I had a great experience there. Their offense is similar to ours. I loved the energy all around!"Tyler Lee 2020 ATH Jamal Ligon "One thing that stood out to me throughout the game is how dominant and resilient their defense was. Of course they had some setbacks, but how they responded was admirable. "The atmosphere was great, the fans energy is contagious, you can really tell that they're into the game. I loved it, and the experience in all was great. I'd love to comeback to another game."Coppell 2021 WR KJ Liggins "The game was good. Both sides of the ball looked amazing, and it looked like they were having fun out there. The atmosphere was nice even for the game not to be at Kyle field, so the fans showed how much they love their Aggies."Dallas South Oak Cliff 2021 LB Jalen Jones "The game had me on edge from start to finish. The atmosphere of the game was energetic and spirited. The Aggie fan base is one of a kind. Being so close to the field, being surrounded by passionate fans, seeing the players and how much energy was in the stadium, I can only imagine what Kyle field is like."Denton Ryan 2021 DE Ja'tavion Sanders"It was fun and exciting. I like the energy of the team and the fans. I also like how they started the game strong. Running the opening kick off back. They went up 14 to 0 in the first quarter."
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Texas A&M/Arkansas Visitor List
CommitmentsColleyville Heritage WR Kameron Brown West Mesquite WR Dylan Wright Brock TE Baylor Cupp A&M Consolidated DT Josh Ellison Mansfield Legacy ATH Jeffery Carter Coppell K Caden Davis The Woodlands College Park OL Josh Bankhead - 20202019sKaty WR Ja'Koby Kennedy Dallas Jesuit OL Wyatt Hummel West Mesquite CB Aaron Lowe - Utah commitFairfield S Jaise Oliver 2020sMarshall QB JJ Green Fort Bend Austin WR Troy Omeire Dallas Carter DT Branard Wright (maybe)Dallas Bishop Dunne LB Brennon Scott Duncanville S Chris Thompson Carrollton Ranchview ATH Michael Henderson Tyler Lee ATH Jamal Ligon 2021sCoppell WR KJ Liggins Denton Ryan DE Ja'tavion Sanders South Oak Cliff LB Jai Jones South Oak Cliff LB Jalen Jones
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A Round-up of Recruiting News in the Lone Star State
Friday Night lights are in full effect around the state, and big game Saturdays are as well. Colleges are extending offers, recruits are making decisions and visits are being taken. Here’s the latest from around the state.
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., 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. 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. 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.


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