Status:
Signed
HIGH SCHOOL
QB

Ryan Hilinski

Quarterback
6′4″ / 237 lbs
Orange, CA
Orange Lutheran
Class of 2019
Rating: 95
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National Avg
Rating: 94.7
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School Preferences

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Interest
Offer
Recruited by
South Carolina
Signed
Texas A&M
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Arizona
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Arizona State
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Boise State
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Boston College
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Duke
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Fresno State
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Georgia
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Missouri
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Montana State
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NC State
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Northwestern
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Ole Miss
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Oregon
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Rutgers
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San Jose State
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Utah
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Washington State
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Staff Predictions

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Confidence
Prediction
Name & Date
Ryan Brauninger
on Apr 11, 2018
Jason Howell
on Apr 4, 2018

Videos

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Junior Year Highlights
Sophomore Varsity Highlights

Updates

8 mo ago by Jason Howell
All-American Bowl Preview and LIVE Check-in Thread
It is All-American Bowl week in San Antonio, and I am heading to player check-in right now. I'll post news and notes in this thread throughout the day, but first here's a quick preview.A few quick notes-Game Information: Saturday, January 5, 2019 - noon CT on NBC-Practice begins on Tuesday. The East squad will practice first from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Then the West will practice from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.-Texas A&M commit Demani Richardson will not report today. He is scheduled to arrive on Thursday. He is on the West roster, but he will not participate in the game since he is rehabbing an injury.-Houston Dekaney CB Marcus Banks plans to announce his college decision during the game and he lists the Aggies as a finalist along with Alabama, Florida State, and Florida.The All-American Bowl By the Numbers2 - Texas A&M signees on the roster. Converse Judson defensive lineman DeMarvin Leal will suit up for the West squad. Demani Richardson is also on the West squad. Two is also the number of Texas A&M decommitments in the game - Houston St. Pius X QB Grant Gunnell (Arizona) and Baton Rouge (LA) University Lab LB Christian Harris (Alabama).1 - Texans on the East roster. It is one Texas A&M fans will be interested to see too. Defensive end David Ugwoegbu of Katy Seven Lakes was a late addition to the East roster. 13 - Texans on rosters for the game. The metro areas of Houston, Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, and San Antonio are all represented by athletes. Jordan Whittington of Cuero is the only Texan outside of the metro areas selected for the game.EastDE David Ugwoegbu, Katy Seven Lakes - UndecidedWest16 QB Grant Gunnell, Houston St. Pius X - Arizona 14 WR Garrett Wilson, Lake Travis - Ohio State 81 WR Trejan Bridges, Hebron - Oklahoma 13 WR Jordan Whittington, Cuero - Texas 4 WR Jaylen Ellis, Round Rock Cedar Ridge - Baylor83 TE Austin Stogner, Plano Prestonwood - Oklahoma 60 OL EJ Ndoma-Ogar, Allen - Oklahoma 44 DL DeMarvin Leal, Converse Judson - Texas A&M31 DE NaNa Osafo-Mensah, Fort Worth Nolan Catholic - Notre Dame 8 CB Marcus Banks, Houston Dekaney - Undecided33 S Demani Richardson, Waxahachie - Texas A&M (not expected to play due to injury)19 S Tyler Owens, Plano East - Texas 8 - Prospects making announcements during the All-American Bowl on SaturdayWR David Bell, Indianapolis (IN) Warren CentralWR Jadon Haselwood, Ellenwood (GA) Cedar GroveDE Khris Bogle, Fort Lauderdale (FL) Cardinal GibbonsCB Tyrique Stevenson, Miami (FL) SouthridgeWR Kyle Ford, Orange (CA) Orange LutheranWR Bru McCoy, Santa Ana (CA) Mater DeiCB Chris Steele, Bellflower (CA) St. John BoscoCB Marcus Banks, Houston Dekaney28 - SEC signees/commitments on rosters for the game, the most of any Power 5 conference. There are 18 on the East squad, and 10 on the West. LSU leads the way with 7 on the All-American Bowl roster. East12 QB Taulia Tagovailoa, Alabaster (AL) Thompson - Alabama27 RB Quavaris Crouch, Charlotte (NC) Harding - Tennessee2 RB Eric Gray, Memphis (TN) Lausanne - Tennessee6 RB Trey Sanders, Port St. Joe (FL)/IMG - Alabama8 WR Dominick Blaylock, Marietta (GA) Walton - Georgia18 WR Ramel Keyton, Marietta (GA) - Tennessee88 TE Tyler Fromm, Warner Robins (GA) - Auburn75 OL Charles Cross, Laurel (MS) - Mississippi State77 OL Xavier Truss, Warwick (RI) Bishop Hendricken - Georgia56 DE Antonio Alfano, Colonia (NJ) - Alabama42 DE Nolan Smith, Savannah (GA)/IMG - Georgia44 DE Travon Walker, Thomaston (GA) Upson-Lee - Georgia47 DE Byron Young, Laurel (MS) West Jones - Alabama commit38 LB Diwun Black, Kissimmee (FL) Osceola - Florida commit11 LB Mohamoud Diabate, Auburn (AL) - Florida31 LB Tyron Hopper, Roswell (GA) - Florida25 CB Cameron Smith, Blythewood (SC) Westwood - South Carolina53 LS Quentin Skinner, Buford (GA) - LSUWest3 QB Ryan Hilinski, Orange (CA) Orange Lutheran - South Carolina22 RB Tyrion Davis, Baton Rouge (LA) Southern Lab - LSU70 OL Kardell Thomas, Baton Rouge (LA) Southern Lab - LSU78 OL Charles Turner, Canton (OH)/IMG - LSU44 DL DeMarvin Leal, Converse Judson - Texas A&M62 DT Siaki Ika, Salt Lake City (UT) East - LSU9 LB Marcel Brooks, Flower Mound (TX) Marcus - LSU 17 LB Christian Harris, Baton Rouge (LA) University Lab - Alabama24 CB Derek Stingley, Baton Rouge (LA) Dunham - LSU - participating in LSU's bowl practices, will not play in the game.33 S Demani Richardson, Waxahachie - Texas A&M20 - number of prospect signed/committed to the P5 Conference with the second most signees/commitments listed on the rosters. That honor goes to the Big 10.As I mentioned at the start of the post I will post news, notes, and other information in this thread as prospects make their way through check-in, so stay tuned.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Around the SEC: A roundup of the latest recruiting news from the Southeast
Recruiting throughout the nation's toughest conference continues to heat up as prospects trim their lists and give pledges. With that in mind, our own Jason Howell runs down the headlines of the biggest recruiting news in the Southeastern Conference.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
My Three Things
1. QB has been interesting to watch for me. The Aggies have not extended a lot of offers, and they have taken a deliberate approach to offering. They continue to pursue former commitment Grant Gunnell. I thought if the Aggies got Ryan Hilinski on campus they could jump up to the top of his list, but he opted for South Carolina after a few visits to Columbia. Last night San Bernardino (CA) Cajon QB Jayden Daniels picked up an offer. He's a dual-threat talent with some nice size and a live arm. The Aggies were able to sign Jeremiah Martin from the same high school so the coaches know their way around the program. I have not had a chance to catch up with Daniels yet, but I get a feeling the Aggies have a chance to be a legitimate player in this one. 2. I cannot wait for Under Armour Camp in Dallas on Sunday. Commitments Kameron Brown, Demani Richardson, and Brian Williams are expected to be in attendance, and there are several others with offers from Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas in the 2019, 2020, and 2021 classes. There should be plenty of interviews, pics from the day, and action to report from Sunday. It is going to be a good time and I will be on the scene. 3. There has been a lot of talk about recruiting momentum, and I think we could start to see things pick up soon. It will be interesting to see what Braedon Mowry does tomorrow, but I like the Aggies chances in this one. That would be a pretty big domino and it could lead to a few more big dominoes in the future. I'm not going to say it is all going to happen all at once, but believe it or not Texas A&M's recruiting momentum remains very strong.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Late Tuesday night recruiting update
-I was told tonight that Braedon Mowry had a very productive, extensive conversation with Terry Price today. -A source out West tells me that California QB Ryan Hilinski may be close to shutting things down, and I hear the Aggies cross division rival South Carolina is the leader. -A Louisiana contact told me tonight that Southern Lab LB Christian Harris and ATH Makiya Tongue have spoken highly of the Aggies recently. Of the two, my guy felt like Harris was the more likely of the pair to end up out of state. I've been told Tongue wants to play wide receiver while many view him as a defensive player. -I think we have sort of glossed over how highly the staff thinks of Nnamdi Adim-Madumere. He's been getting the hard sell from Jimbo Fisher and Tim Brewster. Should the Aggies land him, we continue to hear it'd go a long way with Jeffery Carter in Aledo. -Look for Starkville (MS) LB and LSU commit Zach Edwards to make a visit to A&M soon. -Up front, I feel comfortable adding highly touted Connecticut OL Jack Stewart to next week's visitor list. I said last week that he's been really receptive to Jim Turner and Lee Grimes, and it sounds like he's made plans to be in College Station for the spring game. -I mentioned Tyrone Brown as an emerging linebacker prospect last month, and I've heard he's going to get a strong look this spring. -A new DB offer went out earlier tonight to Edna Karr (LA) standout Devin Bush. He currently holds offers from just about every power program in the country, and folks in the Bayou believe he'll stay home and play for the Tigers.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
QB target releases top 7, plans more cuts soon
Orange (CA) Orange Lutheran QB Ryan Hilinski named his top 7 a few minutes ago. The Aggies made the cut.https://twitter.com/ryan_hilinski/status/980595694695202817
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