New Texas A&M OT Commit Reuben Fatheree II is a "Unicorn"

Reuben Fatheree (Photo: Thomas Hays)

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Richmond Foster 2021 OT Reuben "Deuce' Fatheree (6'8, 285) committed to Texas A&M over offers from Baylor, Texas, Texas Tech, LSU, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. 

Fatheree is rated as a DCTF four-star prospect, checking in as the No. 4 OT and No. 12 prospect overall in the DCTF Hot 100

Scouting Report: Surprisingly quick off the ball considering his massive frame. Fatheree is also a good basketball player, and that shows through on tape in his lateral mobility. At times a player can be too tall, but he does a great job of getting low in his blocks and driving defenders back.

Fatheree is part of a loaded Richmond Foster squad coached by Shaun McDowell. McDowell spoke about what the Aggies are getting in his massive road-grating OT. 

"Reuben Fatheree is a unicorn," McDowell stated. "He has the elite size and athleticism that all OL coaches dream about. He has excellent feet and long arms which makes him elite in pass pro. Reuben is multi-sport athlete and his potential for growth is off the charts." 

"The best is yet to come for this young man!"

As a junior in 2019, Fatheree helped lead Foster to an 8-5 record and a deep run in the playoffs. He earned first-team 10-5A all-district and third-team all-state honors. 

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