On the final day of the contact period, Texas A&M recruiting got another big boost, both literally and figuratively.
The Aggies landed their 26th commit of the 2017 recruiting cycle as 3-star offensive tackle Dan Moore flipped his commitment from Oklahoma State to the Aggies.
— Dan Moore Jr. (@bigg_dan71) December 12, 2016
Moore is a 6-foot-5 guard from Beaumont, Texas. He is the fifth offensive lineman to join the class, joining Grayson Reed, Carson Green, Jared Hocker and Adrian Wolford. Moore took his visit to A&M this weekend, after picking up an offer on Dec. 6. Wolford is the only other guard in the class.
The offensive guard is the second commit in as many days for the Aggies, as he 4-star JUCO defensive end Michael Clemmons announced his commitment to the Aggies on Saturday. The Aggies could pick up another commit shortly, as former Alabama 5-star signee and current JUCO cornerback Kendall Sheffield will decide between the Aggies an the Buckeyes at some point after the graduates on Dec. 15.
The Aggies have the No. 6 recruiting class in the country, sitting behind only Alabama, Ohio State, Georgia, Oklahoma and LSU.
The Aggies return to the field on Dec. 28, when they take on Kansas State in the Texas Bowl. Texas A&M went 8-4 this season.
All recruiting rankings come via the 247Sports composite rankings, unless otherwise stated.