Texas A&M wide receivers coach Aaron Moorehead is likely to be an example for all colleges across the nation of what you shouldn’t do on social media.
Shortly after the Aggies lost their top recruit in quarterback Tate Martell, Moorehead went on a rant about loyalty, which was a not-so-subtle shot at the former commit.
“I feel sorry for people who never understand loyalty,” Moorehead tweeted minutes after Martell announced his de-commitment. “I can’t really even vibe with you. At the end of the day, trust is 100 (percent) and everything else is BS.”
After those questionable tweets, Texas A&M wide receiver commit Mannie Netherly announced that he was de-committing from the program.
“After tonight, I see what kind of person my “future coach” is and I myself don’t want to play for someone like that, so without further ado, I would like to announce that I am de-committing from Texas A&M,” Netherly tweeted.
The hits continued for the Aggies.
Five-star wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey took to Twitter to announce he was done with Texas A&M, too. The tweet, which has since been deleted, said he will no longer consider the school.
“I would like to say thank you to TAMU and fans but due to some tweets subtweeted towards my brother, I will no longer be looking at A&M,” Lindsey tweeted.
Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin is going to have some explaining to do about his assistant’s actions.