Every year the Texas 7-on-7 tournament showcases some of the states top prospects. This year is no different and it is shaping up to be a talent fest.
Texas A&M has only two commits playing in this years state 7-on-7 tournament. Matt Joeckel (Arlington High) and Ben Malena (Cedar Hill) will be representing the Maroon and White. Both commits have strong squads and are looking to make some noise in the tournament.
Texas A&M is very interested in Ja'Terian Douglas( Arlington Lamar) and (Sothlake Carroll's) Kacy Rodgers.
There are also plenty of top younger prospects that are or could soon be on the A&M radar:
Quarterbacks: J.W. Walsh (Denton Guyer), Aaryn Sharp (Stony Point), Driphus Jackson (Cedar Hill), Michael Brewer (Lake Travis), Deuntre Smiley (Lufkin), Josiah Monroe (Bastrop), Matthew Davis (Klein Forest, 2012)
Running backs:Malcolm Brown (Cibolo Steele 2011) Donovonn Young (Katy), Stephen Williams (Stony Point), Antoine Jimmerson (DeSoto), Herschel Sims (Abilene), Cam McDaniel (Coppell), Daniel Lasco (The Woodlands), Jarrell Oliver (Dulles), James Myles (Stephenville), Michael Handy (Oak Ridge, 2012), Dennis Smith (Wimberley, 2012)
Receivers: Malcom Kennedy, Miles Onyegbule (Arlington), Trey Metoyer (Whitehouse), Quincy Aldridge (Whitehouse), Jafus Gaines (Houston Chavez), Marcus Vaughn (Pearland Dawson)
State 7-on-7 Tournament Preview: Offense
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