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Football Recruiting
8.31
Brice Jones
8.29
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Brice Jones  -  The Aggies shocked about everyone by setting foot in Columbia and not just upsetting the Gamecocks on the road, but easily overpowering them. Several of A&M's top targets' eyes may have been opened most.
8.27
Jacob Kristen  -  The 2015 Tempe (Ariz.) linebacker's recent visit wasn't the limit of his interest in Aggieland. Maintaining contact with the Aggie coaches and whittling his list, he's got his eyes on an official visit during the fall.
8.25
Brice Jones  -  Every week during the Texas high school football season, we break down where every Aggie commit will be playing that week. In addition to the Aggie commits, we will also spot light a few notable recruits that the A&M staff will have their eyes on.
8.23
Jacob Kristen  -  North Webster (La.) RB/LB Devin White is, like most of his ilk, penciled in by many as a future LSU commit. That's not necessarily the case, said the junior who desires to make it to a game in Aggieland this season.
8.22
Brice Jones  -  The likely best class the program will have ever signed is well on its way toward completion, but key pieces are still holding out. With limited spots left to fill and needs clear, Brice Jones breaks down who and how.
8.20
Jacob Kristen  -  It's long been considered a foregone conclusion that 2015 Orlando (Fla.) running back Jacques Patrick would end up at Florida State, but he says not so fast. His official visits will begin with a trip to Aggieland.
8.18
David Sandhop  -  The Newton DB and recent Aggie verbal has the frame and talent to play either corner or safety, but which is his eventual position? He discussed that, what put A&M ahead of LSU and more after his commitment.
8.15
Billy Liucci  -  A head-to-head win over LSU, yes. A key commit in the defensive backfield, too. Yet, the Aggies' latest addition is important because Roney Elam is a strong get — but he's not even as good yet as he will be.
 
Jacob Kristen  -  One of the Aggie staff's top defensive back targets made the call on Friday, feeling a strong relationship with the coaches and a chance to hit the field from day one. Roney Elam senses the A&M defense's path.
 
Brice Jones  -  It came down to a choice between SEC rivals Texas A&M and LSU — and Kevin Sumlin's staff prevailed. On Friday 2015 Newton star Roney Elam chose the Aggies, marking a needed cornerback commit in the class.
8.13
Jacob Kristen  -  The 2015 George Ranch DT and Texas A&M commitment made a weekend trip to Aggieland to take in the new facilities and get a front-row seat at the team's scrimmage. His take? About what one might expect.
8.12
Brice Jones  -  Dwayne Haskins reached out to the Texas A&M staff last week, and it didn't take long for a response. Now in contact with Jake Spavital, the 2016 Potomac (Md.) star has his sights set on a potential visit to C-Stat.
 
Brice Jones  -  Jason Mathews turned a strong career at A&M into ten years in the NFL. Now his son, 2016 Brentwood Academy (Tenn.) OL Bryce, holds a scholarship offer from his parents' alma mater. What comes next?
 
Brice Jones  -  The coveted 2015 Houston Lamar defensive back is no stranger to College Station after the summer's events, but his weekend visit to take in the scrimmage and see the facilities upgrades left him impressed.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO hour with Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two included Brice Jones and Aggie commit Daylon Mack, while hour three featured Billy Liucci discussing fall camp.
 
Gabe Bock  -  During Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio, five-star Gladewater defensive tackle and 2015 Texas A&M commit Daylon Mack joined the show to discuss the recruiting process, what he sees in Texas A&M and much more.
8.07
Gabe Bock
 
Jacob Kristen  -  Distance is not a factor for Buford (Ga.) tight end Isaac Nauta, who will seek out a school in the southeast for his collegiate career. Nauta knows two things: he won't delay his decision, and he wants to visit A&M.
8.06
Brice Jones
8.04
Billy Liucci  -  Pads haven't gone on yet, but in limited action the competition across each positional group appears heated. The Aggies made an early impression on several fronts, but Liucci notes the best is yet to come.
 
Jacob Kristen  -  The 2016 Beaumont Central running back seems to be the top target at the position on the A&M staff's board — a feeling that is now mutual. Citing the SEC among many other factors, he's named a leader.
 
Jacob Kristen  -  The Aggies haven't reached out to the 2016 West Mesquite wide receiver, but other SEC programs have. Would sudden and increased interest from the A&M staff draw the 6-4, high-potential junior's attention?
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