Texas A&M football has been on an absolute tear as of late on the recruiting trail, adding two more offensive linemen to their 2024 class—the first being Coen Echols from Katy High School and the second being Weston Davis from Beaumont United High School.
Echols is a 6’ 3” 285 pound interior offensive linemen and currently a three star prospect. He is rated as the 40th lineman overall, and 109th in Texas. Echols took a visit to Texas A&M on June 2nd, and has since visited 2 other schools, before calling College Station home on June 23rd.
Echols is an excellent run blocker. He does a great job at getting out of his three point stance and moving bodies, whether himself or his defender down field. His big body frame and stellar techniques could put Echols at center by the time he arrives in College Station. Echols is the 3rd offensive linemen commit of the class, but the first interior guard to commit to the Aggies in the 2024 cycle. He is a great piece to add to what appears to be a great offensive line hall for offensive line coach Steve Addazio.
Texas A&M football also picked up an offensive tackle in Weston Davis on June 26th. Davis is a 4 star tackle rated by ON3 as the number 3rd offensive tackle overall, and the 5th ranked player in Texas, but the composite has him as the 15th ranked tackle in the class.
This is likely due to his limited experience in the football world. He started playing football when he got to high school, and only has 22 games of experience throughout his high school career. This late start however, shows just how much upside he has as a player, and with his 6’5” 265 pound frame, he can really move up the rankings as predicted by ON3.
Just like the weather in College Station, Jimbo Fisher has been hot in the month of June, adding 5 commitments, featuring 3 blue chips, and moving Texas A&M football to the 24th highest ranked class. While it is still early, Fisher has been putting in the work for a deep class and a high finish in the rankings.