Texas A&M came off a very disappointing 2022 season, finishing with a 5-7 record and losing bowl eligibility for the first time in 14 years, with more than 20 people leaving the transfer portal since it opened on Dec. 5.
Not great, but not uncommon either, as multiple preseason top-25 programs fell short of expectations this season, and the Aggies’ 2023 recruiting class reacted as we’d expect, signing the No. 2 pick for the 2023 cycle. Class of 13. Comprised of two 5-star, 10 4-star and six 3-star recruits, head coach Jimbo Fisher continues to build programs through off-field relationships while recruiting aces Elijah Robinson and Terry Price continue to bring in some of the top talent in the country, year after year In the back line.
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Next week, five Aggie 2023 commitments will play in the Under Armor All-American on Jan. 3 (2 players) and the Army All-American Bowl on Jan. 7 (3 players). A number of unsigned rookies will be decided next week, including 3-star offensive lineman Caden Jones (committed on Jan. 7) and 4-star wide receiver, as well as Raymond Cottrell, currently committed at Georgia State, He has yet to sign his letter of intent.
Here’s every player who will represent Texas A&M in two All-American Games next week:
- Under Armor All-American: Five-star defensive tackle David Hicks Jr.
- Under Armor All-American: Four-star cornerback Bravion Rogers
- All-American Army: 5-star running back Ruben Owens
- All-American Army: Four-star offensive lineman Colton Thomason
- All-American Army: Three-star punter Taylor White
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