Texas A&M received huge news on the recruiting trail Thursday night.
Trayveon Williams, a 4-star running back from Houston, committed to the Aggies at his high school’s playoff game, according to 247Sports.com’s Taylor Hamm.
“It all started a long time ago with A&M,” Williams told 247Sports. “I’m just proud to be a part of a good SEC program. They’ve been recruiting me hard since the jump. I’m proud and glad to be an Aggie because they have a plan for me outside of football. It’s exciting.”
Williams, the nation’s No. 7 running back, de-committed from TCU earlier this week on the heels of officially visiting Texas A&M two weeks ago. He originally committed to TCU over Texas A&M in May.
The 5-foot-9, 185-pounder becomes commitment No. 17 for the Aggies.