Willie Eldridge

Running Back
5′10″ / 175 lbs
Cypress, TX
Cypress Ranch
Class of 2020
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9 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Looking Ahead on Offense: The 2020 recruiting class in Texas
With the ink now dry on most of the 2019 Texas A&M signing class, a lot of recruiting junkies will start looking at the class of 2020. TexAgs analysts Ryan Brauninger and Jason Howell break down their early favorites at each position in a two part story beginning with the offense.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Recruiting quick hitters (Friday PM)
-A pair of 2019 DE's are expected to be narrowing their focus soon: Katy Taylor's Braedon Mowry and Katy Mayde Creek's Marcus Stripling. They're cousins and would like to play in college together. These are probably the top two DE's in Texas in a loaded 2019 class, and a lot of folks on all sides believe they'd be Aggies if they had to pick today. -Keep an eye on Hunstville's T'Vondre Sweat as well. While I'm not expecting anything in terms of a commitment soon, I don't think this one drags out past the spring. Recent info I got inferred that Sweat has essentially picked his school already for all intents and purposes. He flirted with committing to the Aggies during the fall before deciding to wait a little longer.-I've heard San Diego (CA) CB Isaac Taylor-Stuart has not soured at all on the Aggies after the schedule got too jumbled and the coaches couldn't make it in before he headed to NorCal for the state championship games. In fact, I heard from a secondary source out west that IT-S has told some folks a guy like Leon O'Neal would be his ideal roommate. -2020 RB name to watch: CyRanch's Willie Eldridge. I was told today that the sophomore back has been in touch with A&M, Clemson, and Nebraska within the last week or so.


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