Verone McKinley reflects on WhosNext BBQ, Aggies' place on list
Perhaps the most prominent 2018 prospect to pay a visit to College Station over the weekend, Lewisville Hebron cornerback Verone McKinley was thrilled with what he saw. As he prepares for his junior season, McKinley continues to hold Texas A&M in high regard.
Josh & Jordan Moore sum up Aggies' camp, remainder of summer
Visitors to Texas A&M's Sunday camp and relatives of current A&M receiver Damion Ratley, 2018 Yoakum athlete Jordan Moore and receiver Joshua Moore continue to feel out the Aggies as they go through the process. Following the camp they discussed their feelings in-studio.
Nick Banks discusses adjusting to minor league life, his time at Texas A&M
During Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former A&M baseball player Nick Banks joined to discuss his transition from playing college baseball to the minor leagues, the players that will lead the Aggies in 2017 and more.
30 Players in 30 Days — #25: Trayveon Williams
Though just a true freshman, C.E. King product Trayveon Williams turned heads during spring practices and will undoubtedly see time at running back during the 2016 season. He comes in at #25 in TexAgs' 30 Players in 30 Days series.
Hezekiah Jones takes in College Station at the WhosNext BBQ
On Saturday 2017 Stafford receiver and priority Texas A&M target Hezekiah Jones made his way to College Station for the WhosNext BBQ with the Aggies high on his list — and the visit only served to solidify A&M, one of his five finalists, as a favorite.
Connor Blumrick talks pledge to Texas A&M, upcoming season
With a short few weeks until his senior season begins, 2017 Pearland quarterback Connor Blumrick is focused on building relationships with his future Texas A&M teammates. Following another visit to Aggieland, Blumrick sat down in-studio to discuss the class and more.
Silsbee WR Kalon Barnes picks up Texas A&M offer on BBQ weekend
Kalon Barnes was at a loss for words when he got a scholarship offer from Kevin Sumlin and the Aggies, but opened up after the WhosNext BBQ to give his thoughts on the event. The Silsbee native left College Station excited about his first SEC offer.
Ben Hutch recaps WhosNext BBQ, feelings on Texas A&M
One among many prominent visitors to Texas A&M's WhosNext BBQ, 2017 Hillsboro (Tenn.) DT Ben Hutch crossed the South to be in attendance. Following the event Hutch visited the TexAgs studios to discuss the next steps in his recruiting process.
Anthony Hines talks relationship with Aggies, recruiting plans
On Sunday the consensus top 2017 linebacker in the state — Plano East's Anthony Hines — paid two visits: one to Texas A&M, then another to the TexAgs studios. Sitting down to discuss his recruitment, Hines summed up the trip and his feelings on the Aggies.