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Daylon Mack | Defensive Lineman

Team: Texas A&M Aggies
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 307

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Texas A&M strength and conditioning coach Larry Jackson said that he has had to order new bars that can handle more weight to accommodate the needs of freshman DT Daylon Mack.
Well, that's impressive for a freshman. The 6-foot-2, 307-pounder was listed as the No. 6 player in the ESPN 300 ranking of high school recruits this winter. He's clearly up-to-the-task on the level of strength, though he's predictably unpolished in terms of the nuances of the game and will need to improve his pad level and pass rushing as his time with the Aggies rolls forward. His ESPN scouting report said that he is "built like a Mack truck." We're sure he's never heard that before. Aug 28 - 3:59 PM

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High school defensive tackle Daylon Mack, the No. 6 player in the ESPN 300, signed with Texas A&M.

Mack and A&M, who have ostensibly just begun their relationship, already have the appearance of an on-again, off-again high school relationship. Mack committed to the school way back in October, 2013, and then decommitted from the Aggies on Dec. 19. He flirted with TCU and Texas, but ultimately remained loyal to Kevin Sumlin. Mack (6-foot-1, 330 pounds) is "built like a Mack truck," according to his scouting report. "Mack should physically be ready to make the jump and contribute early as a college DT although he needs to improve pad level and pass rush polish to become elite," it read.
Feb 4 - 7:15 PM

High school defensive tackle Daylon Mack, the No. 6 ranked player in the ESPN 300, will announce between TCU, Texas and Texas A&M on Wednesday.

"Since decommitting from the Aggies on Dec. 19, the Horned Frogs have been trending, but a Jan. 23 visit to Austin placed the Longhorns in the thick of the race," noted ESPN.com's RecruitingNation. Mack (6-foot-1, 330 pounds) is "built like a Mack truck," according to his scouting report. "Mack should physically be ready to make the jump and contribute early as a college DT although he needs to improve pad level and pass rush polish to become elite," it read.
Feb 3 - 8:40 PM

High school defensive tackle Daylon Mack, the No. 10 ranked player in the ESPN Junior 300, committed to Texas A&M on Monday.

"If you look at where we are right now in our recruiting efforts, I think you see where our emphasis is," coach Kevin Sumlin said after Auburn hung 45 points on Texas A&M this past weekend. The Aggies, the first program to offer Mack a scholarship, beat out LSU (which finished second), Baylor, Clemson, Florida State, Miami, Oklahoma, Texas and Texas Tech, amongst others, for Mack's services. "They just need a little help on defense," Mack said.
Source: ESPN.com
Tue, Oct 22, 2013 09:13:00 PM