Predicting 3 targets who will choose Texas A&M football on signing day

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The Texas A&M football team’s 2022 recruiting class is already GOATed, as they say. In this case, however, Greatest Of All Time or “GOAT” applies literally. The Aggies’ class is the highest-ranked in the history of 247Sports rankings and with a couple more players still expected to commit, it’ll completely shatter Alabama’s record from 2021.

But as mentioned, A&M isn’t done yet — Jimbo Fisher might still have a few tricks up his sleeve.

Today, I’m going to be discussing three prospects — all of whom I have talked about in the past — and their chances of committing to Texas A&M on February 2nd, National Signing Day.

Texas A&M Football 2022 Prospect No. 1: LB Harold Perkins

Don’t worry, I’m well aware that Harold Perkins is already committed to Texas A&M. That said, he has yet to sign a national letter of intent and still has a “final decision date” scheduled for February 2nd.

Perkins is a 6’2.5″, 210-pound linebacker — the highest-rated player at his position in the entire country.

A couple of schools are still heavily in the running for Perkins, the hyper-athletic linebacker out of Cypress, Texas. Notably, he’ll be taking a visit to Miami on January 28th and could still visit schools like Florida or Texas. That said, he’s committed to A&M.

Aggie fans shouldn’t worry much, as Perkins has noticeably pushed away from other contending coaching staffs. That said, we’ve seen wilder changes happen with high-profile recruits, so Perkins will be one to watch come national signing day.