Texas A&M Football Recruiting Profile – Anthony Hines

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Oct 8, 2016; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies defensive lineman Myles Garrett (15) and defensive lineman Reggie Chevis (13) celebrate a defensive stop against the Tennessee Volunteers during the second quarter at Kyle Field. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Texas A&M football’s 2017 recruiting class featured highly touted Plano linebacker Anthony Hines. What can fans expect from the freshman this season?

Myles Garrett: Gone. Daeshon Hall: Gone. Trevor Knight: Gone. Christian Kirk and Armani Watts: About to be gone. Our playmakers are graduating and getting drafted left and right, leaving the Aggies with some big holes to fill. Who will be the future for the Aggies and who will fill those holes?

In this series of short articles, I will be analyzing a handful of recruits the Aggies managed to grab this year. Within each article, I will divulge into the recruit’s strengths, weaknesses, and how the Aggies might possibly use them.

Recruiting is the foundation to any successful program. The Aggies have had tons of talent come through but sometimes you don’t discover said talent until later into their career. I’d like to give you some insight on the younger talent, and my future classmates, that the Aggies have acquired. This week, we’ll start off with defense.

Could one of Texas A&M football’s newest recruits be the next Von Miller? The Aggies picked up one of the best linebackers in the state from Plano, Texas: Anthony Hines. He’ll have big shoes to fill in 2017, but he looks to be up to the task.

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