After a very successful first day during the initial contract period, the Aggies have signed 16 players for the 2023 Recruit class. The majority of these players were previous commitments. Teese and her four-star tight end Jaden Pratt all flew out of their previous destinations Ole He Miss, Arkansas, and Stanford.
As the 2023 cycle ranks 14th in 247Sports’ overall rankings, two notable Aggie commits, including defensive tackle Sam Taumanupepe and, of course, five-star standout defensive tackle David Hicks Jr. It remains unsigned. Because on Friday, Dec. 23, Texas A&M may have some notable programs trying to lure him in again at the last minute.
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Throwing back a bit, before Hicks officially joined the Aggies on September 28, both Oregon and Oklahoma received his commitment as Hicks made an official visit to both programs in mid-November. Remember that you worked overtime trying to Alas, Aggies came out on top, capping off last weekend with an official visit to College Station, joining other high-profile recruits and his members of the transfer portal.
Well, after the turmoil surrounding five-star safety Peyton Bowen’s eventual “turning” to Oklahoma, Some analysts are asking (no merit) “Can Oklahoma land David Hicks Jr.?” At this time, there are no indications of a change in Hicks’ status at Aggies.
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