Spencer Lytle

6′3″ / 215 lbs
Bellflower, CA
St. John Bosco
Class of 2019
Rating: 88

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Rating: 88.5

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#8 Lytle C/O 2019 Junior Season
Thru GM 6 2017 Spencer Lytle C/O 19'


2 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Recruiting Musings: Texas A&M's massive visit weekend wows targets
Texas A&M hosted a large group of high-profile prospects for its spring game this past weekend, and most came away very impressed with the Aggies. Billy Liucci dives into all the latest developments, including the commitment of tight end Baylor Cupp.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Quick Post-Visit Spencer Lytle Update
I'll have more from Bellflower (CA) St John Bosco LB Spencer Lytle , but here's a few quick notes from my conversation with Lytle.-coaches, facilities, and practice all caught his attention on his first trip to A&M-he likes how he fits into the defense and he believes coach Fisher will have the Aggies playing for a title soon.-He has visits to Notre Dame, Wisconsin, and Clemson coming up over spring break-his current decision timetable looks like it will be around late September so he can take some game weekend officials-he says he will visit Texas A&M again-his parents loved the trip
2 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Saturday recruiting tidbits
- I caught up with Cinco Ranch LB David Gbenda a little bit last night. His visit yesterday in College Station went extremely well. He spent the majority of the day in the Bright Complex and sat down with Jimbo Fisher to end the day. Gbenda said of the visit, "It was really nice. I enjoyed all of it. Hopefully, I can make a return trip really soon." He later told me that he's still unsure about when he'd like to make a commitment. Look for him to be in Aggieland for the Spring Game. - I'm supposed to talk with recent 2020 OL offer Chad Lindberg today. The early returns are extremely positive for the Aggies, though. - Practice visitors today included:Signee Jalen Preston Commit Kameron Brown Commit Josh Ellison (who I've heard has been at every spring practice so far)Commit RJ Orebo FW Southwest WR Nnamdi Adim-Madumere California LB Spencer Lytle 2020 FW Southwest DT Traylon Jackson 2022 FW Southwest QB Bryan Allen- Quick note on Orebo: we were told he's gained nearly 30 pounds since his last visit to A&M. He was also up to 90 mph last night on the mound for the Dayton baseball team. - Reports we have received continue to look good for the Aggies in regards to Brock TE Baylor Cupp. Texas is still working that one hard. Cupp is expected back for the Spring Game. - St Pius QB Grant Gunnell has been in contact with A&M staff members today.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
My Three Things
1. Dayton's RJ Orebo is not as heralded as some of the others currently committed to Texas A&M, but he is definitely one of my favorites. The guy is 6-7, 220-pounds and he plays outside linebacker. He was offered a basketball scholarship to Sam Houston State and just yesterday he touched 88 mph off the mound on his first day back on the diamond. That is what you call one athletic dude. Throw in the bloodlines that include Jorvorskie Lane and Jermichael Finley, and it is easy to see there is a lot to be excited about. He also grew up an Aggie. He knew as soon as the offer arrived he was headed to Aggieland. Since his commitment, both Texas and Georgia have reached out, but Orebo told them he was not interested. He is locked in with Texas A&M, and he plans to be in Aggieland this weekend to see spring practice. He also plans to take his official visit on April 14. There may be some debate on the boards about the position he will eventually play, but this guy has a tremendous amount of potential and he is all in with Texas A&M. 2. I am still trying to wrap my head around whether or not I like April official visits. One thing I can say is Jimbo Fisher and his staff have firmly embraced them, and April 14 is going to be the biggest weekend of Texas A&M's early recruiting schedule. Most of Texas A&M's 2019 commitments will be in town, and key targets Erick Young and Bobby Wolfe. The risk with early officials is it is so far away from Signing Day, but the reward is locking guys in further out and having them help build the class. I will say all of the guys coming in on the 14th are close enough to make return trips in the future, and Fisher and Co. showed with guys like Bobby Brown and Leon O'Neal last cycle that unofficial visits can be very effective down the stretch too. 3. This weekend the Aggies host several unofficial visitors, but I am particularly interested in seeing what California LB Spencer Lytle has to say about his first visit to Aggieland. It was clear to me that he did his research into the Aggies after receiving his offer, and he was genuinely excited about checking things out in person. He will be in town with his mom and dad and they plan to visit several college campuses over the next few weeks. He has also said in the past he hopes to decide in the spring or summer, so this might be the Aggies only opportunity to leave a lasting impression.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Out of state standout makes A&M visit plans
I caught up with Bellflower (CA) John Bosco LB Spencer Lytle and he plans to visit Texas A&M the weekend of March 23. He spoke very highly of the Aggies after being offered."I was blown away and pumped to get offered by Texas A&M," Lytle said. "It's a big time program with a big time coach! Coach Fisher knows how to win and will have Texas A&M at the top of the SEC heading to a national championship. I plan on majoring in business, and the Mays Business School is amongst the best in the country and that's a huge plus. I've watched games in the past on TV, but have really dug into to the history of the school since being offered. Over 102,000 packed to watch us play a game would be an unreal game day experience."Coach Peveto is leading the Aggies' efforts for Lytle.In addition to Texas A&M, Lytle also plans to visit Notre Dame, Clemson, Illinois, Wisconsin,Nebraska, and Louisville between now and the first few weeks of April.
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