Here's a look at some of the performances turned in by Texas A&M's 2014 and 2015 recruits in their latest games:
Desert Mountain (Ariz.) quarterback Kyle Allen:
Lost 63-34 to Horizon (Ariz.). 6-13, 44 yards 2 TD, 1 INT. Eight carries, nine yards, 1 TD.
Garland Lakeview Centennial offensive tackle Kealvin Davis"
Lost 30-14 to Garland. Garland Lakeview Centennial had 114 yards rushing.
Fort Bend Travis safety Nick Harvey:
Lost 34-27 to Fort Bend Hightower. Seven rushes, -7 yards, 1 TD; Four catches, 36 yards, 1 TD.
Lufkin wide receiver Jamal Jeffery:
Lost 42-41 to A&M Consolidated. Four rushes, 62 yards, 1 TD. Five catches, 69 yards, 2 TD.
Katy Seven Lakes defensive end Jarrett Johnson:
Won 41-7 against Katy Mayde Creek. Seven Lakes allowed 55 yards rushing and has only given up 21 points in 4 games.
La Grange offensive tackle Zach Ledwik:
Won 48-28 over Canyon Lake
Manvel tight end Koda Martin:
Won 40-0 over Pasadena Memorial
Lake Travis running back Varshaun Nixon:
Won 51-12 over Austin High. Seven rushes, 112 yards, 2 TDs; 81 punt return yards.
La Porte outside linebacker Hoza Scott:
Won 31-10 over Baytown Sterling. Eight carries, 126 yards, 2 TDs.
West Mesquite safety Dylan Sumner-Gardner:
Won 13-0 over Carrollton Creekview. West Mesquite allowed a total of 107 yards passing; Gardner had one rush for three yards.
Gilmer outside linebacker Josh Walker:
Won 52-14 over Gladewater. Four tackles and a fumble recovery in about a half of play.
Nederland defensive tackle DeShawn Washington:
Won 31-10 over Vidor. Nederland allowed 133 yards rushing.
North Forney safety Armani Watts:
Won 27-12 over Terrell. Two rushes, 12 yards; 44 yard interception return.
Splendora running back Jay Bradford
Lost 48-0 to Liberty
Clear Lake tight end Jordan Davis:
Lost 42-10 to League City Clear Creek. Two catches, 23 yards.