Fact or Fiction: Texas A&M will land Jacoby Mathews

National Recruitment Manager Competitor Adam Journey and national employment analysts Toxic Spiegelmann And Rayan I saw with Gary Firman CaneSport.com addresses three topics and determines whether they believe each statement is fact or fiction.

1. Texas A&M will land Jacoby Matthews.

Taking Gorney: FICTION. If I had to pick now, Texas A&M could win especially if Shemar Stewart ends up choosing Miami. But I have a feeling the LSU staff will make Matthews a top priority as signing day approaches and we all know how difficult it can be for out-of-state programs to reach older children in Louisiana. The argument these players have made recently is that they don’t know Brian Kelly Well, that was an opening for other schools to get in. But Kelly will get to know Matthews and the others well and at the end of it all, since Matthews didn’t commit to Under Armor, I still think LSU would be a team to win.

Spiegelmann’s opinion: delusion. Texas A&M is currently the favorite, but there are three other SEC teams in the hunt for five-star safety and all four are very coveted. The Aggies has laid a strong foundation with Matthews and has strong relationships with many of the signers there. The same goes for Florida, where the former LSU assistant Korean Raymond And mighty July After Matthews for years. Alabama House gold She hails from the same neck Louisiana as Matthews and this visitor has been in the business for months. Heads up the new LSU staff Kerry cooks And sincere Wilson They are also trying to keep Matthews in the state, and a visit to Baton Rouge will definitely make the decision time interesting.

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2. Shemar Stewart has canceled his visit to Texas A&M to see Miami again which means the Hurricanes are the team to beat now.

Shemar Stewart

Shemar Stewart (Rivals.com)

Taking Gorney: FICTION. Sure, Miami is making a big move and Stewart may end up picking Hurricanes, but he’s a long way from Texas A&M too. It’s a good sign that the Miami coaches have convinced the local four-star defensive side to cancel his visit to A&M this weekend and make an unofficial visit to Miami. But Stewart is already more familiar with the Aggies and all they have to offer plus he’s spent an entire week with all of his A&M commitments in Under Armor. Miami makes that way more exciting but I don’t think the Hurricanes are the team to beat – yet.

Firman takes: fact. Sources close to Stewart insist Texas A&M remains a solid option, but there’s no doubt Miami has taken a serious stance since then. Mario Cristobal Go to the head coach’s office. The Miami coaches were also at Stewart’s home Friday midnight when the dead period ended, making a strong statement that they are in it to win it. Miami will gain a new level of NIL support from the local business community and remove any barriers that existed to the best local prospects for staying at home. Stewart becomes the official 2022 recruiter in this regard, and the overall effort to give him a paycheck will pay off on signing day.

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3. Cormany MacLean is likely to stay in Florida or Miami.

Cormani McLean

Cormani McClain (Rivals.com)

Gurney Takes: Fact. When I spoke to McClain at Under Armor’s rehearsals, I had the impression that going too far wasn’t ideal and that playing somewhere in the Southeast suited him more. I have always loved Florida and this staff, including Billy Napier And Korean Raymond He’ll do a great job recruiting him. The Gators were early adopters, and as his enlistment increased, that could remain the same. Miami will also participate as coach Mario Cristobal He’s a great recruit and has a really active crew. Alabama and other national powers will be in the mix but I bet McClain stays in the state.

Take Wright: FICTION. It is too early to speak with McClain. Florida and Miami are options on the table. Florida has had one of McClain’s best programs since the start of the high school football season in 2021. But the staff has changed. Fans and recruits alike want to know how Napier and the staff are coping with the 2022 season. A saving grace for Gators is a much-loved defensive back coach. Korean Raymond. Miami could be behind with Cristobal in gaining strength along the recruiting path. Even with the loss in the National Championship match, the Bama factor is strong.

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