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Four-Star Safety Aaron Flowers names Top 10

Hayes Fawcett updated head shotby:Hayes Fawcett03/07/23


Four-star safety Aaron Flowers of Forney (TX) High has narrowed his list to 10 schools.

The 6-foot-1, 185 pounder discussed his finalists.

Texas Tech: “They were one of the first schools to offer me and Coach McGuire is really a stand up guy.” 

Baylor: “They really put an emphasis on not just the player, but the individual.” 

Louisville: “I have been watching for sometime, since Lamar Jackson and it’s a great program.”

Michigan State: “The program is known for no nonsense and hard nose football. I really like how they are always engaging with me throughout the process.” 

Washington: “Great school and the program is about to make a lot of noise. The coaching staff is new but you can tell they have a plan and they are fun to watch.” 

Oklahoma: “Is right up the road but also the history is hard to match. I think coach Venables is doing some great things and bringing in his type of players.” 

Tennessee: “My dad is from South Carolina and we have vacation in Gatlinburg and I always like how the whole state supports that team. I like the defensive scheme they run and the type of players they have.”

Alabama: “I mean it’s Alabama! Just watching throughout the years and having so many great DBs coming out.”

Oregon: “Is explosive and I really like how Coach Gonzolaz really developed his game in this program. Coach Hampton is that guy and have a lot of respect for him.”

USC: “This school pulls out all the stops. Talking to me and the head coach FaceTime me and text me throughout the day. This school has both academic and athletic pedigree that’s hard to match.”

Flowers ranks as the No. 124 player in the On3 Consensus, a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that accounts for all four major recruiting sites. He also tabs in as the No. 12 safety and the No. 22 player in Texas.