There hasn’t been a lot of Texas A&M recruiting news in 2017.
The Aggies did most of their work for the 2017 class early and thus didn’t have much work to do over the final weeks of the cycle. Similarly, the Aggies got off to a strong start for their 2018 class, with Kevin Sumlin securing commitments from six prospects before the calendar turned to 2017.
But with 2017 signing day behind us, the Aggies are still stuck on six commitments. And now, a handful of teams are above them in the recruiting rankings. While we’re still a ways out from the 2018 edition of signing day, it probably would help the narrative surrounding Sumlin and his perceived hot seat if he can sign a top-10 class, something he hasn’t done since 2014.
For a deeper look at the 2018 recruiting class, here is the Texas A&M recruiting snapshot.
Where Texas A&M’s 2018 recruiting class ranks
The lack of recent additions has dropped Texas A&M out of the top 10 of the 247Sports composite rankings. A month ago, the Aggies sat in the No. 8 spot. But as of Saturday, the Aggies now have the No. 12 recruiting class. That’s still good for second among SEC teams, but schools like Auburn and Alabama are making up ground.
Who are Texas A&M’s top commitments?
Who committed to Texas A&M this week?
Sumlin has yet to land a commitment from a 2018 prospect in 2017. The last prospect to pick the Aggies was 4-star safety Jordan Moore, who committed on Dec. 24.
Who de-committed from Texas A&M this week?
Texas A&M has not had a prospect de-commit from the 2018 class.
Who are Texas A&M’s top uncommitted prospects?
5-star S BJ Foster (Angelton, Texas)
5-star CB Anthony Cook (Houston)
4-star WR Jalen Preston (Manvel, Texas)
4-star DE Max Wright (Katy, Texas)
4-star WR Joshua Moore (Bradenton, Fla.)
Quarterback (1): Cade Fortin
Running back (0):
Wide receiver (1): Montel Parker
Tight end (0):
Offensive line (2): Colten Branton, Luke Matthews
Defensive line (1): Dominic Livingston
Defensive back (1) Jordan Moore
Geography of Texas A&M recruiting class:
In-state—5: Parker, Branton, Matthews, Livingston, Moore
Other states represented—Georgia (1)