Status:
Signed
HIGH SCHOOL
DT

Jaquaze Sorrells

Defensive Tackle
6′3″ / 270 lbs
Orlando, FL
Winter Park
Class of 2019
Rating: 91
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National Avg
Rating: 91.6
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School Preferences

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Interest
Offer
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South Carolina
Signed
Texas A&M
None
Alabama
None
Clemson
None
Florida
None
Florida Atlantic
None
Florida State
None
Illinois
None
Kentucky
None
Miami
None
Michigan
None
NC State
None
Oregon
None
Purdue
None
South Florida
None
Syracuse
None
Tennessee
None
Virginia Tech
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Jason Howell
on Oct 15, 2018

Updates

9 mo ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Recruiting predictions, underrated commitments & more
Jason Howell shares another set of his three things this week covering his predictions for where some of the remaining recruits will end up going, some underrated commitments so far and the commits he would steal from every other SEC school.
10 mo ago by Jason Howell
Kicking off the week with a few Monday morning notes
-Brooklyn (NY) Canarsie DE Adisa Isaac named a top 10 and the Aggies made the cut along with Florida, LSU, Tennessee, Penn State, Rutgers, Syracuse, Boston College, Michigan, and Nebraska. He took an official to Texas A&M in the spring and he has stayed in touch with coach Price. He does not have any plans to return to College Station at this time and if he does it will be on his own dime since he took his official in the spring. He is currently working to schedule an official visit to LSU. -I heard from a source in Florida that South Carolina appears to be the Aggies main competition for Largo (FL) DT Jaquaze Sorrells. He plans to announce on August 27, and it sounds like the Aggies are in the mix.-Virginia Beach (VA) Bishop Sullivan 2020 S Nehki Meredith will be in Texas this week and he plans to visit Texas A&M and TCU before he leaves the state. He said he plans to stop by College Station on July 26, and TCU after that. He was offered by the Aggies in the spring and he is a teammate of current Texas A&M commit Adarious Jones. He also holds offers from Virginia Tech, Louisville, Maryland, Tennessee, Nebraska, Penn State, and TCU.-Texas A&M offered 2020 LB Phillip Webb last week. He's a 6-4, 210-pound linebacker with offers from Maryland, Michigan State, Purdue, Virginia, and Wake Forest. He is also a teammate of Texas A&M QB commitment Zach Calzada at Buford (GA) Lanier, and Calzada has already been in his ear about how amazing things are in College Station. He has gotten to know coach Linguist and coach Peveto, and he looks forward to building a relationship with the A&M coaching staff. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/8108879/59ef3591d21c6310b865079c-Galena Park North Shore will have a nice presence in College Station this weekend. 2020s Corey Flagg (LB), Joseph Wilson (CB), and Damieon George (OL) all plan to visit Texas A&M this weekend. I know you guys will ask about Zach Evans, so here goes. It does not sound like he will visit with this group, but that doesn't mean he will not make it to town this weekend. We'll continue to work on info on Evans.-Keep an eye on Mansfield Timberview 2020 CB Jalen Kimber (6-foot, 170). He's planning to visit this weekend and he has been heating up the camp circuit. He has length, is quick in transition, and pure speed (he's been clocked in the low 4.4s this summer). He has been in communication with coach Graham and significant interest has been expressed. The Aggies are not the only ones expressing a lot of interest. It sounds like he could see a few offers over the next few weeks.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1020704300828422145
10 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few Thursday afternoon quick hitters
-One name I heard pop up again recently was Largo (FL) DT Jaquaze Sorrells I was told by a Florida source that the standout DT continues to keep his eye on the Aggies, and has stayed in touch with the Texas A&M staff. It will be interesting to see how the numbers shake out for the Aggies on the DL, but Sorrells plans to announce his college choice on August 27 and I'm hearing the Aggies remain in touch and in the mix.-I continue to hear buzz around the Aggies and 2020 QB Ken Seals . He is one of the top QB prospects in the state and he had a very nice camp showing in College Station. Seals and his family are in touch with coach Dickey, and after a few games this fall, I could see him being a possible offer. Tape is a big thing for Seals, since he does not have much varsity film. He did play varsity as a freshman at Azle, but he had to play JV last fall at Weatherford due to transfer rules. -The Aggies have extended an offer to Norcross (GA) Greater Atlanta Christian 2020 LB Choe Bryant-Strother today. He stands in at 6-3, 240, and also holds offers from Kentucky, Temple, Cincinnati, and BYU. As you can see below, he hits a tonhttps://www.hudl.com/video/3/7505125/5a2619bab01964026496ee84Bryant-Strother plays both TE and LB for Greater Atlanta Christian and he is being recruited to Texas A&M by coach Peveto. He said the Aggies have been talking LB. Bryant-Strother's brother is former BYU basketball standout Elijah Bryant
10 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around the SEC: Recruiting news and trends
Recruiting in the SEC hasn't slowed over the summer months. In the midst of the dead period, recruits are still making their picks and narrowing down their options. Jason Howell breaks down the latest news from around the SEC.
10 mo ago by Jason Howell
Previewing the 2018 Opening Finals in Frisco by the numbers
Top prospects from around the country will be at The Opening Finals in Frisco this weekend, including a few A&M commits and targets. Jason Howell breaks down the event by the numbers.
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