Michael Carmody

Offensive Lineman
6′6″ / 285 lbs
Mars, PA
Class of 2020
Rating: n/a

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Rating: 92.4

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7 days ago by Jason Howell
Monday recruiting notes
After talking with a few sources it sounds like Texas A&M put themselves right in the thick of it for Carthage OL and current Arkansas commit Ty'Kieast Crawford. Getting him on campus was a big step, and something the Aggies did not do before he committed to Arkansas. He met with coach Henson and spent time around other prospects, and from what I have heard from sources the trip has generated some positive momentum there. As Brauny reported last night, reports from different sources say the visit with Pittsburgh-area OL Michael Carmody went very well, and it sounds like he could return for an official visit in the near future. Whether or not the Aggies can pull him out of the northeast is another question, but the visit was productive. Look for coach Henson to drop by his school to see him this week.Gruver 2020 TE Jalin Conyers did not visit this weekend due to playoff baseball obligations, but he is making plans to visit this summer. Two 2021s on the rise received visits from the Aggies today and are guys to keep an eye on down the line. Tight ends coach Joe Jon Finley was at Lake Travis to see 2021 TE Lake McRee. At 6-5, 205, McRee currently holds offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Baylor, Houston, North Texas, Purdue, TCU, Texas, Tulsa, and UTSA. Defensive line coach Terry Price was also at Wichita Falls Rider today to get a look at 2021 DE E'maurion Banks (6-4, 260). Banks was recently offered by Oklahoma and Texas Tech.
8 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
A few recruiting notes from the weekend
We'll have more later, but I just wanted to put out a quick update.- Muhsin Muhammad III left campus about 30-45 minutes ago. The Ags once again knocked it out of the park according to a source. Moose was in town with his extended family. At this point, A&M is the clear cut leader I believe, and I don't think Muhammad will let this thing drag out too long this summer.- Commits Josh Bankhead, Smart Chibuzo, and Jordan Jefferson all made it in. - Much like Muhammad, the staff did a great job with Pennsylvania OL Michael Carmody. From what I was told, Carmody and his family came away extremely impressed with the academic set up at A&M as well as the Aggie network. He wants to major in architectural engineering so the coaching staff made sure Carmody and his family got to tour and inquire into that while on campus. Based on what I know, I think A&M has put themselves right into the thick of things for one of the top players in the northeast. Ohio State, Penn State, Notre Dame, and Virginia Tech will all be players, too. - 2021 Hutto DE Landyn Watson spent much of the day with Terry Price and then met extensively with Jimbo Fisher to conclude his day. He's recovering from meniscus surgery, and it sounds like the staff wants to get a full eval on him when he's back 100% healthy, but he has impressed with his frame and improved projectability this spring (he's gotten taller which had been making him kind of a tweener). We'll see if he's healthy enough to come back to camp in Aggieland in early June.
11 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Some late night recruiting notes...
Looch ain't in bed so you shouldn't be either. I've been on the road this week (as has Jason) if you couldn't tell from the interviews, but I have been able to pick up a few quick hitting notes from sources around Houston and east Texas this week. - I wasn't able to do a one on one with 2021 Katy Taylor OL Hayden Conner today, but I did speak with him for a while off camera. The last time he visited A&M, he toured the aerospace engineering department, and he really enjoyed it. They put him in the space shuttle flight simulator and took him through some of the objectives of the course work done in the department. Academics and engineering are going to play a big role for Conner when his decision time rolls around in about a year. A&M is certainly right in the thick of it with their ties to the Katy Taylor program and top notch engineering programs. Conner said he wants to go back and learn more on his next trip to College Station. When I asked specifically what he wanted to do with the aerospace stuff, he said, "I want to be an astronaut. There's height limitations right now, but I always thought it'd be cool to be the first 6-5 astronaut." - A&M will host some visitors this weekend. We will put out a full list tomorrow, but our team has been able to get confirmations on the following:Southlake Carroll TE Blake Smith Gruver TE Jalin Conyers - after state track meetMars (PA) OL Michael Carmody 2021 Pleasant Grove DL Marcus Burris 2021 Pleasant Grove DL Landon Jackson 2021 Hutto DE/OLB Landyn Watson ...and there's likely going to be more. For instance, we've heard Muhsin Muhammad III may sneak in as well as a few more high profile names. - Jason has been all over the Haynes King coverage, but I did have an east Texas source tell me today that, "if I had a crystal ball pick or whatever, I'd put one in for A&M." It's still early, and as Haynes and his dad indicated, they're going to be busy with trips this summer, but it feels like some major stock is going to be put into that upcoming trip to Aggieland.
20 days ago by Jason Howell
How about some Tuesday recruiting notes
Brauny will have a few more notes later but we're hearing some good stuff out there todayThings continue to look good with Orem (UT) 2020 LB Noah Sewell, he remains in close contact with coach Peveto. We have also heard more good news on the Kourt Williams II front. All reports from our sources are that Texas A&M continued to help themselves with the St. John Bosco LB and his family. There's still a long way to go with him planning to take official visits to Oklahoma, Ohio State, Tennessee, and then one more in the fall, but the Aggies have put themselves on solid ground right now. The Aggies also hosted Camden (NJ) Woodrow Wilson LB Tirek Austin-Cave. By all accounts the visit went well, and he is a guy Texas A&M will continue to monitor.Sources in Houston have told us OL coach Josh Henson will be making the rounds today. Richmond Foster (Reuben Fatheree) and Katy Taylor (Hayden Conner and Bryce Foster) are both stops being made today, and he is also expected to stop into Clear Creek (Chad Lindberg). Word I've received is things seem to be trending in a more positive direction with Lindberg, but it there's still work to be done. Henson is also expected out in Memphis this week and there's no doubt Chris Morris is likely to see the Aggies OL coach. Another out of state prospect to keep an eye on is four-star Mars (PA) Mars Hill OL Michael Carmody. The Aggies offered in March and in talking to some northeast sources it sounds like the Aggies could get an unofficial this summer.

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