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Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL
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Jack Tucker

Offensive Lineman
6′8″ / 265 lbs
Argyle, TX
Argyle
Class of 2021
Rating: n/a
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Rating: 83.0
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Baylor
Medium
Boston College
Medium
Illinois
Medium
Minnesota
Medium
Ole Miss
Medium
Purdue
Medium
Texas Tech
Medium
Tulsa
Medium
Washington State
Medium
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12 days ago by Grayson Grundhoefer
Lunchtime Recruiting Notes
- Magnolia 2021 offensive lineman Matthew Wykoff was at Texas A&M for their Super Bowl party this weekend and left College Station with an offer. Magnolia is very close to A&M and he has been waiting for this offer for a while especially because of the proximity. Look for him to try to narrow down his list during the summer and then he would like to make a decision before his senior year. We will see if that happens or if his list has grown even more by then. He has been talking to Coach Wickline and already has a good relationship with Coach Bell since he was his primary recruiter all last year. He is still trying to build a relationship with Wickline but likes what he has been hearing so far. He will be on campus for Junior Day if invited and for a practice during the spring.- Cedar Hill 2021 running back Kevin Young had a solid junior season as he carried the ball 91 times for 751 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also had a receiving touchdown and two punt return touchdowns on the year. Young got his Baylor offer back on January 30th of 2018 and has still kept in contact with Coach McGuire. He likes engineering and is really focused on the academic side of things when choosing a school to go along with a relationship with the staff. He measured in at 5'7, 172 pounds at the Next Level Athlete Camp. Back in March of 2019 he ran a 4.61 40 time, a 4.37 shuttle, and had a 34.5-inch vertical at the Opening.- Argyle offensive lineman Jack Tucker measured in at 6'8, 270 pounds at the Next Level Athlete camp a couple weeks ago. Coach Aranda has already been reaching out and making him feel like a top priority for the 2021 class. So look for him to be at Junior Day once Baylor has one marked on the calendar. Tucker is looking for the style of fit within the offense, coaching staff that can develop him into a better player, and a school that he would enjoy going to for 4-5 years. Texas Tech, Tulsa, Illinois, and Purdue are the other schools recruiting him hard. He would prefer to stay close or in the state but it isn't a big deal for him so he is open to moving out of state if he finds the right fit. Tucker camped at Baylor and got an offer shortly after back in the summer.
27 days ago by Brian Ethridge
New And Notes Around NLA Dallas Camp
Wanted to do a quick rundown on several pieces that were there today. Jack Tucker looked much better. He's 263 today after an illness. Said he measured 6-8 and looking at my video of us together I look like I'm standing downhill. Robert Keller of Frisco Memorial mentioned Coach Nixon contacting him for Baylor. His father hopes Nixon stays, really likes him.Garfield Lawrence looks the part, shows at times, but seemed a bit lost in the event. Terrell Tilmon looked good. Really good at times. Vincent Paige is a LB playing DE, but he talked about Texas and OU coming by the school to see him, but they couldn't yet. He'll play a hybrid DE at Nolan Catholic, which is essentially a stand up DE that has coverage responsibilities. Jai Jones is legit, but he got concussed when his head hit the turf with no helmet. It was painful to watch, but his future is bright and his dad loves Aranda. Said they only looked at LSU because of him. He fits the defense, so look for Aranda to be in his ear as much as he can. They've talked to him. Issue could be twin brother Jalen Jones not having a Baylor offer at this time. He's coming back from a PCL tear and will be ready to play in March. Jalen is about an inch shorter, 5-10.5 vs. Jai at 5-11.5, but dad is 6-2 and both are 16.Kevin Young is quick, but JD Price is ridiculous and a 2022. Jordan Jenkins is a big kid and I could see him at LB, but one of the coaches at the camp told me he's a workhorse in their district. Loved the kid. Isaiah Broadway looks the part and was explosive. He could also be a LB with his frame. Aaron Dumas looks good, but didn't have the burst of the ones mentioned above. He looks to be a 4.6 type. Brian Okoye of Sachse is going to be a stud for 2022, he's 6-0 200 and going to be 225 in college. He's lean and twitchy.Green twins weren't there and I didn't watch the receivers much. Did talk to Jasper Lott and he won MVP and I expect Baylor to say hello soon. Marsel McDuffie is going to make some people hurt with pads on. Aggressive and thick with good speed (Now watch him drop a crappy time). Jackson Bailey needs an offer. Wow. OTHER NOTESPlenty of Joey McGuire talk, but nobody would take up my bet that he stays. Plenty of talk that he should have been let go to avoid division on the team as soon as something goes bad. I told them they didn't know Joey if they thought that would be an issue. Every recruit mentioned their respect for Dave Aranda. How well he'd recruited them at LSU. How they trusted him and would like to play for him. As I posted above, Jai Jones dad was super pumped about him. So was Avyonne Jones dad. He was all about Aranda. Robert Keller's dad also said he was an LSU alum, so if Baylor were to offer he'd have the best of both worlds with a great coach and close to home for someone he thinks will stay for some time. There was some serious butthurt as well with people not happy Joey didn't get the job, but, so be it, he didn't and he's recruiting for Baylor, just as Shawn Bell is according to a couple of kids. Jack Tucker gave a fist pump when he asked if Coach Bell was in Waco or with the Panthers.
1 mo ago by Grayson Grundhoefer
2021 Recruiting Names to Watch
I posted this in another thread but I have been getting quite a few questions about 2021 guys so thought I would go ahead and post this on the board.There are plenty of guys who have been on campus and been getting lots of attention from Baylor. I'll go through and mention some of the top ones. There are more but this is a good list of guys that Baylor has been in for a while and almost all have visited at some point. Again this is just a preliminary list as camps and film will bring new offers and priorities.QBKaidon Salter Eli Stowers RBDarius Hale Camar Wheaton Jordan Jenkins WRBlaine Green Bryson Green Ketron Jackson James BlackStrain Oronde Gadsden II TEWeston Wolff OLBennett Pitcher Reuben Fatheree Matthew Wykoff Jack Tucker DLJordon Thomas Shemar Turner Dametrious Crownover Chris Murray E'maurion Banks Albert Regis D'Marion Alexander Tunmise Adeleye LBKendrick Blackshire Rejhan Tatum Marsel McDuffie CBAJ Green Mark Wilson Keuan Parker SJardin Gilbert
3 mo ago by Brian Ethridge
Recruit Reactions OU
Jack Tucker of Argyle had a great time. "It was all great!" I asked the 6-7 offensive tackle if the staff made him feel like a priority for 2021. "YES SIR!"Anthony Anyanwu played his last game Friday and the staff has communicated to him that he will likely be a stand up DE/OLB or MLB for Phil Snow and Mike Saravo. "It was great. Wish we'd have won, but we'll get them next time."
7 mo ago by SicEm365 Staff
The FRO: Volume 1, Issue 9
In Facts, Rumors & Opinions (aka FRO), the SicEm365 staff compiles their knowledge and speculation from a number of conversations for a piece to cover a variety of interesting topics on Baylor University and Baylor Athletics including football, basketball and recruiting.
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