How Texas A&M responds to its late-season collapse in 2016 is at the forefront of the program’s concerns. But if the Aggies can navigate themselves out of troubled waters, they’ll be able to look forward to what may be a very strong recruiting class in 2017.
Devin Morris, an athlete out of Caldwell (Texas) High School who also holds offers from Texas, Oklahoma, Baylor and TCU, announced his commitment to Texas A&M on Saturday.
“I’m truly blessed and honored to say I’ve officially committed to Texas A&M University! #GigEm #WHOSNEXT ?” Morris tweeted.
The 6-foot, 170-pound Morris becomes the third overall junior to pledge to the Aggies, joining five-star quarterback Tate Martell and four-star receiver Mannie Netherly. Texas A&M secondary coach Terry Joseph is listed as one of the main recruiters for Morris, who can play both receiver and defensive back.
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