Jonathan Perkins

6′1″ / 205 lbs
San Bernardino, CA
Class of 2019
Rating: 89

National Avg
Rating: 88.1

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Recruited by
Texas A&M
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2017 Regular Season Jr. Highlights


1 yr ago by Jason Howell
A few quick notes
The Aggies extended an offer to standout Frisco Lone Star 2020 WR Marvin Mims today. He was offensive newcomer of the year in 2017 and recorded 54 receptions for 1,175 yards and 12 TDs A&M also made the cut as 2019 ATH Jaren Mangham trimmed his list to 16. He visited earlier this spring. on the downside, in case you missed it San Bernardino (CA) Cajon 2019 LB Jonathan Perkins committed to Oklahoma earlier today
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
A trio of linebacker notes and names
Two new names popping up in the in-state linebacker crop. Pflugerville Hendrickson OLB Curley Young is starting to surface more and more. The 6-1, 205 pounder has offers from SMU, Louisiana Tech, and Texas State, but the Aggies and Longhorns have begun sniffing around. He moves well in space and has shown a nice burst off the edge in the camp circuit so far. Vanderbilt has also shown a fair bit of interest. The other name I've heard is Beaumont ATH Tyrone Brown. He played mostly safety last year at Bmt Central, but he comes in at 6-4, 210 and plays around the line of scrimmage quite a bit. He picked up a Baylor offer recently. He's most likely headed to the new Beaumont United next year as Central and Ozen will merge. Terry Price and Bradley Dale Peveto have stayed in pretty consistent contact with San Bernardino (CA) LB Jonathan Perkins. Word I've received is that Perkins is highly interested in the Aggies and visiting campus soon. You can credit the majority of that to A&M inking Jeremiah Martin in February. Perkins and Martin were teammates at Cajon HS. We always say that if you're looking for a way to figure which out of state targets are legitimate, keep tabs on who visits and how much we talk about them. It sounds like, early on, Perkins will be amongst those guys. Big visit weekend for Cinco Ranch LB David Gbenda as he'll head to College Station on Saturday. I feel confident calling Texas the leader currently so the Ags have ground to make up. There are a couple of close influences on Gbenda that have ties to Texas and their staff.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Jimbo Fisher, Aggie coaches scouring nation for quality linebackers
Head coach Jimbo Fisher and the rest of the Texas A&M staff have not wasted any time getting to work on the class of 2019, and one of the highest priorities is to bring strong linebacker play to College Station. Jason Howell catches up with three out-of-state targets.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Miscellaneous weekend recruiting notes
-New offer out today to IMG OLB Jaleel McRae. He's originally from New Smyrna Beach, Florida and holds offers from Florida, Georgia, LSU, and North Carolina. -In case you missed it, A&M offered Chris Steele, the highly touted DB out of California, during his visit to campus yesterday. He came as a part of the Fast Houston group that spent the day in College Station. I've been told that early on Steele is very interested in leaving the west coast, and A&M signee Jeremiah Martin was tweeting at him last night.-It's a good bet the Aggies are going to go national at LB in 2019. The in state crop is just razor thin early on. Most of the best Texas LB's are probably playing other positions. Therefore, I believe you'll see guys like Nakobe Dean from Mississippi and Cajon (CA) native Jonathan Perkins as prime targets. I've been told by a source in the south that Dean is already getting a big push from A&M LB coach Bradley Dale Peveto. -Speaking of Peveto, his heavy Golden Triangle ties will come in handy down the road with guys like 2020 PNG OL Jaylen Garth, 2021 Bmt West Brook WR Landen King, and 2022 (yea, how old do you feel now) Bmt Legacy ATH Bryce Anderson. King and Anderson were in town yesterday as well. -Jason and I got through 50 in our update of the 2019 rankings. We will finish the back half soon and put those out for y'all to look it. I can tell you the top 5 goes Gunnell, Green, Whittington, Cain, and Williams. -Talked to a guy who saw Erick Young and new commit Bobby Wolfe play yesterday in 7 on 7. These two are probably the two most physical corners in the state this cycle. With Wolfe already in the fold, could Young be next? The two are extremely close.

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Considered one of the best prospects in the nation and a likely difference-maker at the collegiate level. Displays all of the physical skills to be a future All-American with potential to be an early-round NFL draft pick.

90-98: Elite state prospect (Four-star)

Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

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Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.

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