Louisiana’s top uncommitted wide receiver has found a landing spot.
Clyde Chriss committed to Texas A&M late Thursday following an in-home visit from Aggies coach Kevin Sumlin, according to 247Sports’ Taylor Hamm.
“I told coach Sumlin tonight that I was done with all this recruiting stuff and ready to become an Aggie,” Chriss said, according to Hamm. “It’s been going on for a long time and I’ve had Texas A&M in my heart for a long time since my sophomore year. Me and (wide receivers) coach (Aaron) Moorehead had built a relationship so I just told coach Sumlin that I wanted to be that spark in the offense. I decided Texas A&M would be the best fit for me.”
The 6-foot, 170-pound wide receiver from Warren Easton Charter High School (New Orleans) is rated as Louisiana’s No. 10 prospect and the No. 37 player at his position nationally.
The four-star prospect is scheduled to make official visits to North Carolina this weekend and Tennessee on Jan. 29, but there is no indication if Chriss’ recent commitment will shake up those plans.
All player ranking and ratings are from the 247Sports Composite.