Texas A&M Football: What to expect with the return of in-person recruiting

Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M Football (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)
Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M Football (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images) /
Texas A&M Football
Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M Football (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images) /

Recruiting is an area where the Texas A&M Football team has always thrived. Even in the team’s worse seasons, College Station has always been considered a hot destination for college football’s best prospects.

With the arrival of Jimbo Fisher, TAMU’s recruiting prowess only amplified, with the already-great head coach bringing in a top ten recruiting class in each of his seasons with the Aggies thus far.

But the 2022 class, thus far, is slightly different. Last March, in-person recruiting was suspended by the NCAA due to COVID-19. As a result, the primary contact between high school recruits and coaches has been via zoom.

Starting in June, the Texas A&M Football team can resume in-person recruiting

Finally, in-person recruiting has commenced. After over a year without it, college football became hectic in a bad way. Players were never really sure about their decision, committing and de-committing frequently. It was a mess.

But after a long wait, in-person recruiting has finally returned and Jimbo Fisher is pouncing on the opportunity.

In the month of June, the Aggies will have 33 recruits visiting campus, including some notable names. Here are some of the most noteworthy uncommitted players that will be checking out College Station in the next few weeks:

  • 5* WR Evan Stewart
  • 5* OT Kelvin Banks
  • 5* DL Gabriel Brownlow-Dindy
  • 5* S Kamari Wilson
  • 5* ATH Keon Sabb
  • 5* CB Denver Harris
  • 5* LB Harold Perkins

The Aggies will also have all eight of their committed players taking visits to Aggieland in the month of June, highlighted by 5-star quarterback Connor Weigman. For a lot of the players listed, this will be their first official visit to College Station.

With a new photo room installed specifically for recruits, the Aggies are bringing out the big guns for the future of their program.

A lot could happen in the next few months, with many players’ opinions destined to change as they meet coaches in person and see prospective campuses. Jimbo Fisher is going to have a busy month but there is only a small handful of better recruiters in the country.

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June will be a crucial month for this team. Expect full chaos.