The Recruiting Trail: Recruits visits this weekend and commits of the week

October 23, 2021

Emmanuel Charles-Lobo

As many people will be watching college football this weekend, a few select recruits from around the state will be in attendance watching their respective schools that are recruiting them or are interested. We give you an insider’s look at some of the top recruits taking trips to visit games and college campuses this weekend. Also included are some of the top commitments of the week and some of the best-talented star recruits and their top school choices. Find out here on the weekly recruiting trail.

 

 

Recruits Visits

 

Gibson Pyle (24) OL, Kein Cain

Pyle will be visiting the Aggies this weekend, taking a trip to Texas A&M to see Kyle field. It won’t be the first visit for Pyle. The young star offensive linemen was there for one of the Aggie’s biggest defeats this season,– Alabama. What a game to be at before the 12th man. Pyle will return this weekend as the Aggies go head-to-head with the South Carolina Gamecocks.

 

Anthony Black (23) WR / ATH, Klein Oak

Anthony will be visiting the U of H this weekend. The star Klien Oak athlete has been making some noise this season and has seen his recruitment stock rise as well.

 

Carson Dean (24) OLB, Hebron

Last week we talked about Dean taking a trip to visit the longhorns along with a few other elite recruits. We kept track of his visit and all seems to have gone well. Dean is one of the top defenders in his class to know this season.

Matthew Golden (22) WR Klein Cain

Matthew is one of the top senior receivers in the state and is committed to the TCU horned frogs. He will be taking a visit to his new future home this weekend and seeing his TCU take on the West Virginia Mountainers this weekend.

 

Mikal Harrison Pilot (23) ATH Temple

Mikal has been receiving a lot of love from different colleges this week and we will share that with you this weekend in our article on recruit’s offers. As for now, Mikal will be taking a trip to Houston this weekend to visit the Coogs.

 

Connor Stroh (23) OL Wakeland

We mentioned Connor last week taking a trip to visit the longhorns, well we guess that trip was a successful one because he was able to secure an offer from the Longhorns.

Strogh is a very talented offensive lineman with great size at 6’7″. He recently took a visit to SMU and it will be interesting if they will be the second ones to offer the junior offensive tackle whom many are interested in this season. No doubt his recruiting will take off this season. Strogh makes a visit to TCU to see the horned frogs play.

 

Top Schools for Star Wide Receivers

 

Ashton Cozart (23) WR Marcus

One of the top receivers in the nation in the 2023 cycle released his top 6 schools this week and as you can see below it includes Alabama, Miami, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, and OU.

 

Chris Marshall (22) WR Fort Bend Marshall 

Marshall is easily one of the top 5 receivers in the state for me. He just released his top 3 schools including Alabama, USC, and Texas A&M. It will be interesting to see if the Aggies are able to keep the star wideout in the state.

 

Commits of the Week

Keith Wheeler (22) WR Atascocita

Wheeler has been one of the more dominant receivers this season. The commitment came this past weekend and the verdict is out, the star Atascocita receiver will be taking his talents to Tulsa to continue his academic and athletic career.

 

Randy “Bobo”  Masters (22) WR Jack Yates 

Randy is one of the most impressively talented wide receivers I got to witness play in the offseason. With offers from all over the country to schools like Baylor, Cincinnati, Arkansas, and even Oregon, — the ducks were one that many thought Masters would end up committing, however, he has chosen to take his talents to the University of Northern Las Vegas.

UNLV is a program that looks to be back on the rise, they have beautiful facilities and play out of the Allegiant Stadium which is also home to the Las Vegas Raiders, one of the most beautiful stadiums in the entire country.

(Photo credit Rand Masters, Twitter) 

 

 

 

 

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