Colione Evans

Running Back
6′1″ / 185 lbs
Keller, TX
Fossil Ridge
Class of 2020
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2 yr ago by TexAgs Recruiting
Under the Lights: Aggies bring in Texas talent for home opener
Texas A&M's first home football game will create quite a stir in the recruiting world as many of Texas' top prospects gather in College Station. Jason Howell and Ryan Brauninger have the list of Aggie targets and commits making the trip inside.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
Hurricane Harvey has disrupted the high school football season for much of the state but will pick back up in the coming weeks. Jason Howell evaluates Harvey's impact, top 2019 offensive linemen and more inside.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Friday Night Thoughts
Tonight did not go the way Arlington Lamar and Bobby Brown hoped. Keller Fossil Ridge handed Lamar a 49-14 loss and they led from beginning to end. The star of the night was Stefan Cobbs. He had almost 200 yards receiving and 3 TDs. He is one sleeper receiver college coaches are going to want to track if they are not already. He has good size and body control and he showed some nice quickness. Bobby Brown moved up and down the d-line, spending most of his time at a 3 or a 5, and he was disruptive all night. I can say he never threw in the towel after things got out of hand, and after the game he was honest about his take on the action. Now, he did get hung up on some blocks and put his head down and bulled his way forward at times, but for the most part he was disruptive. There were a couple of rising sophomores that jumped out to me tonight.One was Arlington Lamar 2020 WR Trevon West. I first saw him in 7on7 and Arlington Lamar people told me he had some Kofi Boateng to him. Boateng is currently at Arkansas. I liked what I saw then but after tonight he's definitely a guy to watch. He's was Lamar's biggest playmaking threat tonight, and I have a feeling he's a guy we'll be talking about over the next few years.The other is 6-1, 185-pound Fossil Ridge 2020 RB Colione Evans. I have to give credit where it's due and Texas Football's Matt Stepp mentioned him in pregame and said he had heard some pretty good things about him. He did not lie. He is a hard charging back with speed to get the corner. He was very impressive tonight picking up chunks of yards at a time. He had over 100 yards and averaged over 7 yards a carry in his debut.*******************a few notes from my interview with Bobby BrownRecruiting-wise it's still pretty much the same. He knows he will take an LSU official visit along with the Florida State and Alabama official visits he already has scheduled. He also said Texas and Oklahoma were two schools he wants to visit this fall, and this weekend he will be at Baylor.He said all of the A&M coaches have been in regular contact, and he would most likely make it back to College Station but he did not have any date set up. He has also been in touch with DaShaun White, who has been talking up the Aggies to him.The family atmosphere at A&M really stands out to him when he thinks about the Aggies.


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