Underrated Texas A&M Football Commit No. 4: Four-star TE Jake Johnson
While the Jake Johnson that recently committed to play football at Texas A&M isn’t the same guy who acted in New Girl, both are elite in their craft. This Jake Johnson’s claim to fame thus far is that he’s the brother of Max Johnson, LSU’s starting quarterback from 2021.
Johnson is even more athletic than his brother, however, capable of making plays all over the field. As the 83rd-ranked prospect in the 2022 class, Johnson is also the top tight end out of all 2022 players. At 6’6″, he’s a walking mismatch for opposing teams.
He’s extremely athletic, especially in the air.
Underrated Texas A&M Football Commit No. 5: Three-star OL Mark Nabou
The only three-star non-kicker on this list is Mark Nabou, an interior offensive lineman in the 2022 class. Nabou put pen to paper on National Signing Day. His rating isn’t particularly impressive, as he’s the 500th-rated player in his class, but when you take a closer look, he’s an elite prospect.
Nabou holds offers from a handful of elite football schools including Michigan, TCU, Texas, USC, and Washington — he’s not your average three-star. Also, based on nothing football-related at all, why would Jimbo Fisher recruit a player from Seattle, Washington if he didn’t believe that that player would make a difference?
Nabou might not be an immediate impact player, but he will be a really good Texas A&M football player down the road.