College football recruiting has been dominated by a few teams for a long time, but the Texas A&M football team looks like it may be able to stir things up. As things stand, the Aggies are still behind Alabama and Georgia — that said, A&M has been making an aggressive push toward the top spot in 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.
Unfortunately, Jimbo Fisher’s class suffered slightly from 247Sports’ latest ratings update, with a couple of players sliding down. One of those players was a recent commit in Evan Stewart, who was originally ranked as the third-best overall prospect in the country. He dropped to the sixth spot. Still, A&M has four five-star commits, all of whom are top-20 prospects.
The other players in that top-20 include Conner Weigman, who is considered the second-best quarterback prospect in the country, Gabriel Brownlow-Dindy, who recently flipped from Oklahoma, and Walter Nolen, who is the second-highest-ranked prospect in the 2022 class.
The Texas A&M football team could make a boom on National Signing Day
The Aggies are far from being done with their 2022 class. Even though they still trail two teams within the Southeastern Conference, there are a few elite prospects who could still commit to playing their football in Aggieland.
After a strong month of recruiting, CBS Sports thinks that Texas A&M could be “the one team that could shake up the top of the rankings.” Here’s why they think that.