Lamar DB Anthony Cook planning mid-summer visit to Texas A&M
Add to a rapidly growing list of offers: Texas A&M, which extended one to 2018 Houston Lamar defensive back Anthony Cook in April. As he takes his time with the process, Cook is taking a key piece of advice — and looking to see Aggieland in July.
Thoughts on the Baylor fallout's recruiting impact
The news coming out of Waco continues to get more complex, but a potential pattern is emerging — and it's one with immediate implications for BU recruiting rivals like Texas A&M. Meanwhile, the effects may be soon felt in the 2017 class.
Mutual interest growing between Birdville OL Jared Hocker, Aggies
Though he committed to Kansas shortly after being offered, 2017 Birdville offensive lineman Jared Hocker's stock is rising — and Texas A&M is now showing interest. With a family full of Aggies, Hocker's interest is mutual and a College Station visit is in the plans.
Carson Green reflects on Texas A&M pledge, recent film study
In mid-April, 2017 Southlake Carroll offensive lineman Carson Green became one of Texas A&M's earliest commitments. With his focus now on the summer circuit and preparations for his senior season, Green recently explained his reasons for choosing the Aggies and his favorite part of his game.
Creed Humphrey breaks down his plan for his recruitment
Among the nation's top center prospects, 2017 Shawnee (Okla.) offensive lineman Creed Humphrey is preparing to narrow his list — and, perhaps, for a June commitment. Following his recent visit to Texas A&M, where do the Aggies figure into his plans?
Myles Jones, Magnolia West coach JD Berna talk Texas A&M
An early April commitment to Texas A&M highlighted 2017 Magnolia West defensive back Myles Jones' spring, after which he turned his focus back to perfecting his craft. Recently the four-star corner and his head coach explained why he chose the Aggies and what to expect from him.