Texas A&M Football: Top-40 recruit Bravion Rogers decommits from Aggies

Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M Football Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
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Late Monday night, the Texas A&M football program received a big recruiting blow. Top-40 national recruit Bravion Rogers has decided to pull out of his commitment to the Aggies.

Rogers is a four-star cornerback from La Grange, Texas. He was the Aggies’ fifth recruit of the cycle, and now is the fourth to decommit. The 5’10, 195-pound defensive back holds many offers, including ones from Alabama, Georgia, Michigan, Michigan State, and LSU among others. He announced his decommitment on Twitter Monday night:

"“I want to thank Texas A&M and the coaching staff for the opportunity they have given me. Also thanks to all the fans for the love and support. But after long talks with my family, I have decided to de-commit from Texas A&M University. Wish nothing but the best to Aggieland! Thank Y’all.”"

From a ranking standpoint, this was a tough blow for the 2023 A&M recruiting class. Since Naquil Betrand’s commitment on Saturday, the class has dropped to 46th in the nation, down 16 spots in 247sports’s team recruiting rankings.

Rogers currently plays corner and wide receiver at La Grange High School. He also runs track, testing high in the 100-meter, high jump, and long jump. He is the definition of an athlete, and it will be a tough loss for Coach Fisher and Co. However, don’t expect them to back off of Rogers, and continue to recruit him until he’s signed somewhere.

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