Texas A&M has already hosted quite a few visitors over the first week since the dead period was lifted and another big group will be in town on Wednesday when FSP makes its next stop at Texas A&M.
FSP, located in Bellevue, Washington, is one of the premier training programs in the country that has produced some highly recruited athletes such as Sam Huard, Gee Scott, Kelee Ringo, DJ Rogers, Sam Adams, J.T Tuimoloau and numerous others. The trip to Texas A&M is the latest in a busy stretch of visits for the group that has included other stops at Alabama, Georgia, Auburn and Texas. GigEm247 previews the group expected in Aggieland on Wednesday.
2023 Four-star QB Gabarri Johnson, Tacoma (Wa.) Lincoln
Rated as a four-star by 247Sports, Johnson checks in as the No. 7 quarterback nationally in the 2023 class and No. 87 prospect overall. Johnson recently picked up his first SEC offer from Arkansas to go along with other offers from Arizona State, Florida State, Oregon, Oregon State, Utah and Washington State.
2023 Four-star CB Caleb Presley, Sammamish (Wa.) Eastside Catholic
June is already off to a good start for Presley, who has collected a pair of offers from Alabama and Auburn in recent days. Presley is rated as the No. 12 cornerback in the 2023 class, according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite. The 6-foot, 170-pound corner also holds offers from the likes of Notre Dame, Oregon, USC, Washington, Washington State, Arizona, Utah and others. He is a definite candidate to see his recruitment continue to pick up momentum this summer.
2024 ATH Brayden Platt Brayden Platt, Yelm (Wa.)
An early name to watch in the 2024 class is Platt, who made an immediate impact for Yelm this past season. Platt played both ways as a freshman and does not shy away from contact regardless of whether he is playing running back or linebacker. Platt’s instincts and understanding of the game are other traits brought up about him as well.
2023 four-star RB Jayden Limar, Lake Stevens (Wa.)
After collecting offers from Utah and Oregon State last fall, Limar has seen his recruitment pick up of late with offers from Washington, Arizona and Washington State in the past few months. Limar is rated as the No. 9 running back in the 2023 class and No. 6 overall prospect in Washington by 247Sports.
2022 three-star offensive lineman Mark Nabou, Seattle (Wa.) O’Dea
Nabou is coming off a strong junior season in which he saw time at left tackle and on the interior of the offensive line. The 6-foot-4, 311-pound lineman announced his commitment to Washington earlier this month and also holds offers from Arizona State, Nevada, Oregon State and UNLV.
2023 five-star defensive end Jayden Wayne, Tacoma (Wa.) Lincoln
The five-star defensive end already holds offers from schools all over the country including Texas A&M, Alabama, Texas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Notre Dame, Oregon, USC, Washington and many others. Wayne is rated as the No. 14 overall prospect and No. 4 defensive lineman in the 2023 class, according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite.
2024 offensive lineman Isendre Ahfua, Seattle (Wa.)
It’s been a big couple of weeks for 2024 offensive lineman Isendre Ahfua, who has collected offers from Texas A&M, Alabama, Auburn and Georgia as he takes his tour through the SEC. In addition to those SEC offers, the 6-foot-5, 330-pound lineman has also collected offers from Nevada and USC after he recently wrapped up his freshman year.
2023 offensive lineman Micah Banuelos Burien (Wa.), Kennedy Catholic
Texas A&M is one of three early offers for Kennedy Catholic offensive lineman Micah Banuelos along with Washington and Nevada. After playing only game as a freshman, Banuelos took a big step forward as a sophomore blocking for one of the top quarterbacks in the 2021 class, Sam Huard. Banuelos is rated as the No. 16 interior offensive lineman in the 2023 class by 247Sports.
2023 cornerback Andre Piper-Jordan Jr., Federal Way (Wa.)
Piper-Jordan is another intriguing defensive back that will be making his way to Aggieland on Wednesday. The 6-foot-1, 165-pound corner holds an offer from Nevada but could see more attention come his way with a big summer.
2024 quarterback Jake Schakel, Puyallup (Wa.) Emerald Ridge High School
While still a young player, Schakel has already made an impression when he has seen action. The 6-foot-1, 190-pound signal caller is already on the radar of a couple programs including California, Oregon State, USC, Stanford and Washington among others.