The Texas A&M Football team has had one of their best weeks of recruiting in a long time, securing three players to add to their 2022 class and the top-rated long-snapper to their 2023 class. Jimbo Fisher is, as they say, in his bag.
But the 55-year old highly-paid head coach isn’t done yet. In fact, the best of his 2022 class is still ahead of him.
On Monday, a top-100 wide receiver put the Texas A&M Football team in his top six schools.
Brenen Thompson is an elite 2022 prospect who has high interest in joining the Texas A&M Football team
Brenen Thompson‘s measurables won’t stick out on a page at just 5-10 and 165 pounds, but the 2022 wide receiver is an elite prospect. He is a multi-sport athlete, also running track at his high school. This translates well to the field. In fact, most believe that he looks even faster on the football field.
As a relatively small player, Thompson would have to tack on some mass before he earned considerable time in the SEC. That said, he could be elite in the Aggies’ return game immediately, especially if Ainias Smith takes the next step to the NFL after the upcoming season.
Thompson is a player who could also jump all over the field. He makes a lot of catches out of the backfield at the high school level, something that might be needed with the likely departure of Isaiah Spiller after 2021-22.
The Spearman wide receiver has an elite offer sheet and a scary top six outside of Texas A&M. Right now, the Aggies are competing with Alabama, Clemson, Texas, Oklahoma State, and Oregon. Fisher will have to stay on his game if he wants to land this high-profile recruit.
Right now, Thompson’s 247Sports predictions are bouncing between Texas and Clemson, but the 2022 wide receiver wouldn’t have added the Aggies in his top six if they weren’t still contending for his commitment.
Look for this list to be narrowed even further in the relative near future, as the Aggies would love to tack on another versatile wide receiver to their roster after the success they found with Ainias Smith in recent years.