Aggies Score on Signing Day
Texas A&M capitalized on their best season in 20 years with a huge recruiting class on Wednesday, signing kids from all across the country. The Aggies passed out scholarships like they were candy, all in all signing 31 new Aggies to play football. The bulk of the class is from the state of Texas, landing top Texas recruits like Ricky Seals Jones, a wide receiver/TE out of Sealy Texas. A&M also landed defensive tackle Justin Manning, out of Dallas. A&M is also looking to life after Johnny Football, signing Southlake Carroll QB Kenny Hill. 9 of the 31 kids were out of state recruits, showing Texas A&M isn’t just a local brand, but now a national power. The class has 7 potential wide receivers, but look for some of these kids to switch to defensive back. Coach Sumlin did a really good job of riding the wave of 2012, which is what you need to do in college football if you’re trying to build for long term.