Texas A&M Aggies: LaQuivionte Gonzalez

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Each week GigEmNation takes a look some of the top performances from Texas A&M 2013 commits on the field from the previous weekend's action. Here's a glance at some of the best performances from the weekend of Nov. 15-17:

Kenny Hill, Southlake (Texas) Carroll: The quarterback was 16-of-17 passing, an impressive 94.1 percent completion rate, for 256 yards and three touchdown passes in addition to six carries for 137 rushing yards and two more scores in the Dragons' 65-7 win over Arlington (Texas) Martin in the first round of the Texas Class 5A Division I playoffs.

James White, Pearland (Texas) Dawson: The running back had 35 carries for 175 yards and two touchdowns in the Eagles' 28-14 win over Richmond (Texas) Foster in the first round of the Texas Class 4A Division I playoffs.

LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Cedar Hill (Texas) High School: Gonzalez 15 carries for 133 yards and two touchdowns in the Longhorns' 35-28 win over Copperas Cove (Texas) High School in the first round of the Texas Class 5A Division II playoffs.

Brett Wade, Kennedale (Texas) High School: The linebacker led a defensive effort that held Burkburnett (Texas) High School to just 34 offensive yards in the first three quarters before Kennedale sat its starters in a 68-0 win in the first round of the Texas Class 3A Division I playoffs.

Kameron Miles, Mesquite (Texas) West Mesquite: Miles, a safety, also got some time on offense and had four carries for 30 yards and two touchdowns in his team's 33-25 loss to Frisco (Texas) Centennial in the first round of the Texas Class 4A Division I playoffs.
Each week GigEmNation takes a look some of the top performances from Texas A&M 2013 commits on the field from the previous weekend's action. Here's a glance at some of the best performances from the weekend of Nov. 8-10:

James White, Pearland (Texas) Dawson: The running back had 11 carries for 174 yards (an average of 15.8 yards a tote) and a touchdown in the Eagles' 56-14 win over Galena Park (Texas) High School. The Eagles finished their regular season 10-0 with the win.

LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Cedar Hill (Texas) High School: Gonzalez had 14 carries for 129 yards and a touchdown in the Longhorns' 27-26 win over Midlothian (Texas) High School.

Kenny Hill, Southlake (Texas) Carroll: The quarterback was 7-of-10 passing for 126 yards and two touchdowns and carried six times for 58 yards and two touchdowns in the Dragons' 56-17 win over Haltom (Texas) High School.

Kyrion Parker, Manvel (Texas) High School: The receiver caught three passes for 93 yards and two touchdowns in the Mavericks' 61-20 win over Pasadena (Texas) South Houston.

Focus on '14: Receivers/tight ends 

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GigEmNation is taking a weekly position-by-position look at the 2014 recruiting class as it relates to Texas A&M, whom the Aggies are targeting, as well as 2013 commits and who on the roster will graduate. Today, we look at receivers and tight ends.

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2013 commits: Derrick Griffin, Rosenberg (Texas) Terry; Quincy Adeboyejo, Cedar Hill (Texas) High School; Kyrion Parker, Manvel (Texas) High School; Jeremy Tabuyo, Honolulu St. Louis School. Two athlete commits -- LaQuvionte Gonzalez of Cedar Hill and Cameron Echols-Luper of Auburn (Ala.) High School -- are also possible receivers

Receivers and tight ends who will graduate: Brandal Jackson, Michael Lamothe, Kenric McNeal, Uzoma Nwachukwu, Ryan Swope

High school highlights: Oct. 22

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Each week, GigEmNation takes a look some of the top performances from Texas A&M 2013 commits on the field from the previous weekend's action. Here's a glance at some of the best performances from the weekend of Oct. 18-20:

Tavares Garner, Manvel (Texas) High School: The cornerback had an interception and returned it 17 yards in the Mavericks' 70-3 blowout win over Pasadena (Texas) High School. For the season, Garner has a team-high three interceptions.

LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Cedar Hill (Texas) High School: Gonzalez had seven carries for 129 yards and four touchdowns in the Longhorns' 68-7 win over Grand Prairie (Texas) High School.

Kenny Hill, Southlake (Texas) Carroll: The quarterback was 17-of-24 passing or 296 yards and three touchdowns and no interceptions in a 45-0 win over Justin (Texas) Northwest. He also led his team in rushing with eight carries for 83 yards and two touchdowns.

Alex Sezer, Orange (Texas) Little Cypress-Mauriceville: The running back led the Bears to key 21-15 win over Beaumont (Texas) Ozen. Sezer had 34 carries for 183 yards and a touchdown. It marked the sixth consecutive 100-yard rushing performance for Sezer. He's now over 1,000 rushing yards on the season (1,027) after seven games.

James White, Pearland (Texas) Dawson: The running back had 21 carries for 201 yards and two touchdowns in the Eagles' 33-7 win over Baytown (Texas) Lee. It was White's second consecutive 200-yard performance and he's now over 1,000 yards for the year (1,076).
As fall practice and the 2012 season approaches, GigEmNation will take a look at where the Aggies stand currently and in the future at each position group. Today, we glance at the receivers and tight ends.

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Starters: Mike Evans, Michael Lamothe, Kenric McNeal, Uzoma Nwachukwu, Ryan Swope


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