Texas A&M football: Grading the 2019 recruiting class signings

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3-star inside linebacker Andre White Jr
3-star inside linebacker Ke’Shun Brown
3-star outside linebacker Tarian Lee Jr.
3-star outside linebacker RJ Orebo

The Aggies will be losing Otaro Alaka this season for sure, and Tyrel Dodson only has one year left of eligibility if he decides to return for his senior season. He could be an NFL pick, and even though he tried to help recruit Nakobe Dean, he could still decide to bolt for the NFL.

There isn’t an elite member of the 2019 class at linebacker, so Fisher will be hoping one of these guys turns into the next Dodson, a former 3-star recruit himself and, like Dodson, all four of this incoming crop are from out of state.

White has the most potential of the group. He is just outside the threshold of a 4-star recruit. Brown was an excellent addition to the class late in the game. He verbally committed over the weekend and signed his letter of intent on Wednesday morning.

Position Grade: B

Special Teams

3-star kicker Caden Davis

Kickers aren’t given the same grades as position players based on the fact they are specialists, but Davis is the No. 2 kicker in the class.

Position Grade: A-