Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
OL

Andrew Raym

Offensive Lineman
6′4″ / 285 lbs
Broken Arrow, OK
Broken Arrow
Class of 2020
Rating: 95
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National Avg
Rating: 93.8
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School Preferences

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Interest
Offer
Recruited by
Oklahoma
Committed
7/10/2019
Texas A&M
None
Alabama
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Arkansas
None
Auburn
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Florida
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Memphis
None
Oklahoma State
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Tulsa
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Videos

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Broken Arrow head coach David Alexander discusses top OL Andrew Raym
Texas A&M among top schools for 2020 offensive lineman Andrew Raym
First 3 🙅🏽‍♂️
Sophomore SZN
Freshman Year on Varsity Highlights

Updates

3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Wednesday Camp Recap and some recruiting notes
Let's start with some Recruiting NotesFirst the bad news, Broken Arrow (OK) 2020 OL Andrew Raym was planning to visit this weekend, but we have learned through a source in Oklahoma that he will no longer make it and it looks like he is focusing elsewhere. Oklahoma has been thought to be the leader there and that would be my prediction at this point.Memphis (TN) OL Chris Morris also originally planned to make it to College Station this weekend, but we are hearing he will now make it in next weekend (the weekend of June 21). It does sound like the Aggies continue to have good momentum there.Now for some good news, Richmond Foster 2021 five-star OL Reuben Fatheree will be in College Station for camp on Friday. The Aggies will also welcome a couple of standout 2021 prospects on Thursday with Fort Bend Ridge Point ATH John Paul Richardson and Fort Bend Willowridge WR Latrell Neville planning to make it to town. New Caney 2021 LB Derrick Harris Jr returned to Aggieland for the second week in a row as did five-star 2020 receiver commit Demond Demas.Camp ReportNew offers:The Aggies extended a couple of new offers today. Both were 2022 QBs and both were to out of state prospects whose father's played college ball. Lafayette (LA) St. Thomas More QB Walker Howard received his fourth offer when the Aggies extended a scholarship. Texas A&M joins Alabama, Mississippi State, and Louisiana-Lafayette. His father Jaimie Howard was a standout QB at LSU, and has had long standing relationships with OC Darrell Dickey and head coach Jimbo Fisher. After receiving his offer Howard said he loved his experience in Aggieland and he was very impressed with the culture and the coaches.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1138931996607094785Middletown (DE) QB Braden Davis received his first offer when the Aggies put their offer on the table. He is the son of former Tennessee Volunteer All-American OL and NFL first round draft pick Antone Davis. The younger Davis checks in at 6-4, 195-pounds and he put good velocity on the ball. Duke, Wake Forest, Rutgers, and NC State have all shown interest and he is a prospect to watch down the line.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1138923287503876096Standouts:In addition to the two offers the QB position had quite a few impressive prospect. North Texas commitment and Stephenville standout Kade Renfro led the way in the 2020 class. 6-foot-6, 190-pound Lake Travis 2021 standout Nate Yarnell and Austin Westlake 2022 standout Cade Klubnik also turned quite a few heads out there today with their touch and velocity. I also liked what I saw from Duncanville 2023 QB Cedric Harden. Harden will be at camp for three days and already has size, athleticism, and a plus arm.The OL group featured a couple of 2021s to watch. Fort Collins (CO) Fossil Ridge OL Trey Zuhn had what I thought was the strongest performance of the day. Plus he has plenty of room to go grow on his 6-5 frame. He already holds offers from the likes of Colorado, Nebraska, Michigan, and Notre Dame and he showed why with some impressive footwork and technique. Magnolia 2021 OL Matthew Wykoff also caught attention for his frame and athleticism and he handled business on the edge. Salisbury (CT) Salisbury Academy 2020 OL Tobias Braun was one of the more intriguing prospects at the camp. At 6-7, 315-pounds he passes the eyeball test. He is a raw specimen, but he has tools to develop into something special. He played at Bullard (TX) Brookhill Academy last year and he is originally from Germany. He got caught off balance at times and over extended himself, but he has length, he is agile, and he is flexible.The wide receiver group was headline by 2020 Houston St. Pius X and former Boston College commit Seth Jones. Jones has seen his stock rise recently. Today he showed strong hands, speed, and quickness to go with crisp routes. Denton Ryan 2021 ATH Billy Bowman Jr spent the day at WR and he too put on a show with his speed and route running ability. Then there was Baton Rouge (LA) Southern Lab 2021 WR Theodore Knox who took the whole speed and quickness to the next level.https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1138930577975984130At tight end 2021s Lake McRee and Ben Postma put together strong performances. McRee already holds an offer from the Aggies and he showed why with fluid routes and sure hands. Postma is a big bodied target who also showed he could be a threat in the receiving game. Klein Collins 2021 Colby Powers is also an intriguing prospect at 6-4, 235The linebacker position also had some juice today. Notasulga (AL) Reeltown ATH Eric Shaw showed some really nice athleticism while working at LB for coach Peveto. He was raw, but he has a very nice build and overall athleticism. Huntsville LB 2020 Jordan Brown and Pearland Shadow Creek 2020 Terreance Ellis both stood out during drills and Grand Oaks 2022 Martrell Harris caught plenty of attention with his athleticism and build. At DB, Lancaster 2021 S Princeton Word and Clear Lake 2021 CB Mark Wilson showed well in drills and in one-on-ones.New name:Keep an eye on 2023 DE David Hicks. The 6-1, 200-pound Katy Morton Ranch standout is the son of a coach and he boasts 10-inch hands and a 78-inch wingspan. He also came off with enough speed and quickness that no OL was able to counter. https://twitter.com/Jason_Howell/status/1138937923297062913
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Broken Arrow head coach David Alexander discusses top OL Andrew Raym
Broken Arrow (OK) head coach David Alexander has seen several college coaches through his doors trying to recruit stud OL Andrew Raym. Thursday, he gave TexAgs.com some special insight into what the standout offensive lineman brings to the table.
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Texas A&M among top schools for 2020 offensive lineman Andrew Raym
Broken Arrow (OK) 2020 OL Andrew Raym is regarded as one of the top linemen in the nation and has offers from coast-to-coast. Texas A&M is among his finalists and he plans to visit this summer. He spoke with TexAgs.com about his summer plans, his recruitment, and more.
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Recruiting notes from a quick trip across the Red
I made my way north into Oklahoma to get a look at Broken Arrow (OK) 2020 OL Andrew Raym, and he did not disappoint. The expectations were high too with some well respected people saying he is the best OL prospect the state has produced in the last decade or so. It was a pretty light day for Broken Arrow but you could see his explosion and power. He has also trimmed down from over 300 pounds to around 286.https://twitter.com/jason_howell/status/1131642483128119296https://twitter.com/jason_howell/status/1131643720753963010On the recruiting front, he will take unofficial visits to Georgia (June 1), Alabama (June 2), Michigan (June 8), and Texas A&M (June 15). He does not plan to take his official visits until the fall.His summer visit to Texas A&M will be his first and he is looking forward to getting a feel for the school. He does have a strong bond with Texas A&M OL coach Josh Henson.https://twitter.com/jason_howell/status/1131647996230275072Michigan and Oklahoma were both in attendance today watching Raym specifically and Oklahoma State, Baylor, and Tulsa were also there.I'll have more from Raym and Broken Arrow head coach David Alexander later.
4 mo ago by Jason Howell
Aggies crack the top five for standout offensive lineman Andrew Raym
Broken Arrow (OK) 2020 OL Andrew Raym announced his top five on Monday and Texas A&M made the cut. He spoke to TexAgs.com on Monday evening to discuss his top five, his relationship with A&M OL coach Josh Henson, and his future plans.
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