The coaching staff at Texas A&M has been doing extremely well on the recruiting trail ever since Jimbo Fisher arrived in College Station. Coming into Sunday, the Aggies already had the No. 2 overall class in the country, according to 247Sports.
That group got even stronger as the weekend came to a close. Manvel (Texas) native Layden Robinson announced on Twitter that he would be continuing his career at A&M:
— Layden Robinson#️⃣7️⃣7️⃣ (@d_robinson78) June 17, 2018
Robinson is listed as a 3-star prospect on the 247Sports composite rankings, but he is also considered the nation’s No. 7 center. The Aggies offered the 6-foot-3, 310-pound lineman back on June 6, so it didn’t take him long to determine that playing under Fisher is a special opportunity.
As of now, Texas A&M is the only SEC school that has offered Robinson. Don’t be surprised if that changes sometime in the near future, though.