Ikenna Okeke breaks down his commitment to Texas A&M
On Wednesday 2016 Smyrna (Tenn.) DB Ikenna Okeke chose Texas A&M over offers from Notre Dame, Penn State and Stanford. According to the versatile defender, it didn't take much time in Aggieland and with the A&M staff to realize where he felt like home.
Aggies pick up commitment from Smyrna (Tenn.) DB Ikenna Okeke
On Wednesday Texas A&M picked up its 18th commitment of the 2016 football recruiting class — one cut from the Donovan Wilson mold. Ikenna Okeke of Smyrna, Tenn. gives the Aggies a versatile DB prospect and a second Tennessee top-10 defender.
Aggies find a fit with addition of versatile Ikenna Okeke
Beyond the rankings, what made Texas A&M's head-to-head win over Notre Dame for the services of 2016 Smyrna (Tenn.) DB Ikenna Okeke significant was how John Chavis envisioned him in his defense. The hybrid ballhawk could be Donovan Wilson's heir apparent.
Mannie Netherly envisioning himself in Texas A&M's offense
The second commit in Texas A&M's 2017 class, it didn't take much time for Crosby WR Mannie Netherly to know where he wanted to go. Between his relationship with the Aggie coaches and where he would fit in the offense, one look at the program was enough.
Aggies still sitting in strong position with Ikenna Okeke
One cancelled visit to Penn State later, 2016 Smyrna (Tenn.) linebacker/defensive back Ikenna Okeke is still planning a decision during the week. Following his team's defeat in the Tennessee state playoffs, he can turn his full attention to it — and to Texas A&M.
Tyrel Dodson excited to make the transition to Texas A&M
For the first time in school history, Centennial (Franklin, Tenn.) is headed to the state semifinals. Its star senior linebacker and Tennessee Mr. Football, longtime 2016 Texas A&M commit Tyrel Dodson, has his sights set on a run to the title — and joining the Aggies.
2017 Crosby WR Mannie Netherly commits to Texas A&M
Texas A&M's stellar weekend continued on Sunday evening when the Aggie staff landed a commitment from talented Crosby wide receiver Mannie Netherly. He becomes the second commitment in the 2017 class, joining QB Tate Martell.