Seven members of Texas A&M's 2017 recruiting class arrive in College Station today to officially enroll and join the Aggie program. They begin classes next week and will participate in spring practices.
During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Texas A&M early enrollee Roshauud Paul joined to discuss his move from Bremond to Aggieland, the camaraderie of the 2017 recruiting class, his role in the A&M offense and more.
Texas' high school football season came to an end this weekend as teams took home state titles for their respective divisions. With those titles came big performances from some of the state's top players and a host of new names.
Roshauud Paul may be coming to Aggieland in 2017, but he still had some business to take care of in the high school ranks on Thursday. With his third state championship under his belt, Paul is getting ready to make the leap to college football.
The 2017 recruiting cycle is coming down the home stretch, and with 27 pledges already, Texas A&M is looking to close on a few high-priority targets. Billy Liucci gives an in-depth look at where the class currently stands and the spots that still need to be filled.
2017 Texas A&M pledge Roshauud Paul had another highlight-reel game in a state semifinal win last weekend. Paul and Bremond play for a 3rd straight title Thursday at 10 a.m. against Iraan, and TexAgs Premium will track the game in a live thread.
Aside from early bowl game prep, recruiting has the attention of Texas A&M coaches. In the midst of road visits and new offers, the Aggies staff will host several key visitors in College Station this weekend.
The high school football season is coming to a close, and early enrollees are nearing their college decisions as the calendar turns to December. Inside, TexAgs hits all the developments from this week in Aggie football recruiting.
Bremond's Roshauud Paul is one of the ringleaders of Texas A&M's 2017 recruiting class, and his senior season is winding down. Ryan Brauninger caught up with Paul to discuss his relationship with the A&M coaches and his early enrollment.