The Texas A&M Football team finds itself in the state of… you guessed it, Texas. Shocking start, I know. I bring this up for a reason.
As a result of their locational advantages, the Aggies have always been a team that has been capable of pulling some of the best recruits in the country. As an example, Texas A&M has brought in high school prospects like Myles Garrett, Kyle Allen, and Speedy Noil, all of whom were ranked in the top ten of their class.
To bring this further into perspective, even with the way Jimbo Fisher has recruited for the Texas A&M Football team thus far, none of the Aggies’ top-5 prospects have come as a result of Fisher’s recruiting.
He has, however, maintained a certain level of excellence throughout his tenure thus far. Allow me to elaborate.
The Texas A&M Football team is on the verge of breaking an impressive recruiting record
In 2021, the Aggies will be welcoming their third straight recruiting class that has been ranked in the top ten. Essentially, every full recruiting class by Fisher has been in the top ten with no end in sight.
For the past three seasons, this has been a great part of the Aggies’ coaching staff to lean on. In 2022, it could become an all-time record.
If Fisher’s class continues to grow, which it should, the Texas A&M Football team will see its fourth consecutive top ten class. This would be a monumental achievement and a new record for this TAMU program, according to Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle.
Right now, the Aggies’ 2022 class is ranked firmly among college football’s elites, seeing a 7th overall ranking according to 247Sports’ composite rankings. This puts them at third in the SEC and ahead of Alabama, the team that they’ll have to beat to get to the promised land.
Perhaps the biggest prospect in the bunch is Connor Weigman, a 5-star quarterback with an extremely exciting game. In the past week, Jimbo Fisher has received commitments from a trio of players, including Martrell Harris, Ish Harris, and Jarred Kerr.
This class is just getting started, as Texas A&M is still considered the favorite for a handful of top-notch recruits.