Damon Sayles
Feature Columnist
Damon Sayles joins SicEm365 after serving as a national recruiting analyst at Bleacher Report. He also has spent three years covering Big 12 recruiting for ESPN. Damon has covered sports on all levels but has a genuine passion for football and basketball. A native Texan, Sayles owns a bachelor's degree from Texas State University and a master's degree from Texas A&M University-Commerce.
Weapon X: Maureese Wren can be a versatile Baylor asset
Athletes who can play a few positions -- on both sides of the ball -- are always welcome. Mesquite High School's Maureese Wren can play wide receiver, strong safety and outside linebacker at the next level.
2019 DB Tre Coburn discusses 1st offer from Baylor
2019 Tre Coburn's dream of playing college football took a positive step last week when Baylor became the first school to offer. The rising defensive back is ready to show other schools why the Bears offered first.
'6 Pack of Bear': TE Ben Sims ready for Baylor's new chapter
The future of Baylor football intrigues tight end Ben Sims. The San Antonio Clark High School standout, who committed to Baylor on June 2, spoke to SicEm365 about the future in the latest "6 Pack of Bear."
Playing the dozens (Pt. 2): 12 to watch in the 2019 class
On Monday, SicEm365 gave 12 offensive players that could help the 2019 class. It's now time to identify 12 defensive players that would be big targets for the class.
Playing the dozens (Pt. 1): 12 to watch in the 2019 class
2019 wide receiver Jaylen Ellis' commitment on Thursday shows the Baylor coaching staff is all about building for the future. Here are 12 offensive players who Baylor hopes will join Ellis in the class.
Manvel's Kam Scott has Baylor in top 6, plans to officially visit
Baylor is in the hunt for Manvel High School prospect Kam Scott, who announced his top six schools via social media on Saturday. Scott added that Baylor would receive an official visit this fall.
'6 Pack of Bear': 2019 class starts with WR Jaylen Ellis
Get used to the hashtag #BtrU19. Even with the Baylor coaches looking to finalize the 2018 class, they are keeping an eye on talented 2019 athletes. Jaylen Ellis decided to lead that charge Thursday.
New Baylor commit Marje' Smith: 'Dial in, and watch me play'
There are a lot of questions surrounding Baylor's newest football commit, defensive end Marje' Smith. In a roundabout way, he enjoys having the enigmatic spotlight -- and he's looking to silence his critics.
WATCH: Trumane Bell working for a Baylor offer
Lake Highlands defensive lineman/outside linebacker discusses his time at Baylor's camp on Sunday and what could be in store if Baylor were to offer.
Quick notes about Mark Milton
'6 Pack of Bear': CB commit Mark Milton opens up
Since committing to Baylor on April 30, Clear Brook High School's Mark Milton hasn't had much written on him. But that doesn't mean he doesn't have a lot to say. Check out Milton's thoughts on Baylor and more.
Baylor interest strong for LB/DE hybrid Ogunbanjo
There's still a lot of time to verbally commit, but Alief Taylor High School defender Joseph Ogunbanjo would make a lot of Baylor fans happy with his pledge -- and he is very interested in the program.
QB needed to complete impressive 2018 offensive class
Baylor's coaching staff would be happy to sign the offensive talent it has in its 2018 recruiting class -- but it still needs a quarterback pledge to make it complete. Alan Bowman (pictured) is one of many to watch.
'6 Pack of Bear': Christian Morgan has earned national recognition
Porter High School safety Christian Morgan was one to watch during the 2017 season. He's made a national name for himself during the off-season with his performance at The Opening regional in Chicago.
2020 Jase McClellan: Young, phenomenal, growing ... and wanted
Forget the fact that he's only 14 -- and won't turn 15 for a few days. Aledo High School 2020 running back Jase McClellan has proven in a short span that when it comes to talent, age is nothing but a number.
Top out-of-state targets for 2018
Recruiting the state of Texas is and always has been a priority for Baylor, but finding out-of-state prospects is equally important. He are five non-Texan recruits to keep an eye on from the 2018 class.
2018 class: Who's next?
Baylor missed out on two in-state targets on Tuesday, but there's still a number of athletes Matt Rhule and his coaching staff are targeting to join the growing 2018 class. Here are seven names to watch.
Presenting the 'Plaemaker': 2020 DB Wyatt building for star status
Plae Wyatt saw his first minutes on varsity in his very first game. By his second game, he was a starter. As a freshman, the McKinney Boyd stud is now focused on being the best -- and living up to his nickname.
Florida RB DeMarcus Townsend talks Baylor offer
Baylor has offered a handful of out-of-state targets in the 2018 class. Naples, Florida, running back DeMarcus Townsend picked up a Baylor offer in April and spoke about the possibility of playing in Texas.
'6 Pack of Bear': J.T. Woods a part of Baylor's biggest recruiting day
April 30 will go down as a day many Baylor followers won't forget. For the coaches, it was a day where they landed four commits in one day -- including J.T. Woods, a two-sport standout ready to work for the Bears.
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