With New Mexico State now on a bye week, expect Aggie coaches to be very busy on the recruiting trail, especially with NMSU coming off a frustrating 21-7 home loss to Florida International. In fact, in the 24 hours following the loss, the Aggies extended multiple offers. Here are some of the latest offers extended by NM State:
Mason Graham (QB), Amarillo, TX: The Aggies already have a commitment from a 2023 quarterback, but that hasn’t stopped them from shopping around for another QB to offer. After all, nobody has signed anything yet. The 6-foot-5, 225-pound Graham is the QB for Amarillo (TX) High school. In 6 games, Graham has thrown for 1,320 yards and 17 TD while completing 61 percent of his passes.
Kavika Baumgartner (DT), College of San Mateo: The Aggies are the first offer for the 6-foot-2, 275-pound JUCO defensive tackle. In 4 games this season, Baumgartner has 19 tackles. He graduated from Clayton Valley High School in Concord, CA.
Trent Hudson (WR), Trinity Valley CC: The 6-foot-3, 190-pound WR is in his first season with Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, TX. In 4 games, he has 15 receptions for 256 yards and 3 TD. He has also been offered by Hawaii, Liberty, Texas State, Abilene Christian, North Alabama, Eastern Kentucky and Northwestern (La.) State.
Gregory-Quinten Lassiter (CB), Independence CC: A Detroit, MI native, Lassiter is a 6-foot-1, 185-pound redshirt freshman DB at Independence Community College in Independence, KS. He has also been offered by Buffalo, Tennessee-Martin and Eastern Kentucky.
Omar Pew (DT), Northwest Mississippi CC: After helping lead Horn Lake (MS) High School to the 2018 MHAA state football championship as a senior, the 5-foot-11, 290-pound Pew enrolled at Northwest CC. He redshirted in 2019 and didn’t play football in 2020. In 2021, he had 28 tackles and 6 QB hurries in 12 games. This season, his second playing JUCO football, he has 21 tackles in 5 games. He has also been offered by Alcorn State and Tennessee-Martin.
Desna Washington (WR), Iowa Central CC: At 6-foot-5, 215 pounds, Washington brings tremendous size to the WR position. In 5 games this season, Washington has 15 receptions for 277 yards and 5 TD. He’s averaging 18.5 yards per catch. He has also been offered by Tennessee-Martin, Eastern Kentucky, Delaware State and Long Island University.