With the current Texas A&M football commits covered, let’s take a look at some of the top prospects giving the Aggies consideration on the offensive side of the ball.
WR Micah Hudson: Lake Belton (Temple, TX)
Without a doubt, the top player on the board for the Aggies is the polished in-state WR Micah Hudson. Hudson, the 6th-ranked player in the country, is, of course, highly coveted by all the big programs around the country. Texas, Ohio State, and the Aggies look to figure in the most in his recruitment at this point. Hudson is coming off a visit to the Aggies last weekend that helped A&M surge back into his recruitment after lagging behind a bit previously.
Hudson’s talent shines through in the stats he put up as a junior—rushing 32 times for 243 yards and notching 65 receptions for 1198 yards. His skill is undeniable, and he will thus be a tough pull for the Aggies, as both the Longhorns and Buckeyes will go all-out to have him join their classes. This one figures to come right down to national signing day in December.
WR Ryan Wingo: St. Louis University (St. Louis, MO)
Another five-star receiver, Wingo’s interest in the Aggies recently spiked with the hire of OC Bobby Petrino, who coached his older brother Russell Wingo when he was at Arkansas. Ryan visited Aggieland recently and, by all reports, came away very impressed with all that Texas A&M football had to offer.
Listed as the 14th player overall via the Composite, Wingo is another highly-pursued player across the country. Being an out-of-state recruit, logic says he’d be a tougher pull for the Aggies, though the Petrino connection looks to figure in bigtime here. Out of the whole list of targets in this article, it’s my feeling that Wingo is the highest on the Aggies right now—though this 6’2″, 205 pound speedster will again in all likelihood take his recruitment right down to signing day. Miami, Oregon, and Tennessee are other schools to watch here (though Wingo also recently visited Deion Sanders’s Colorado program).
QB Air Noland: Langston Hughes (Fairburn, GA)
Following local product DJ Lagway’s recent commitment to Florida, the Texas A&M football staff, who had long prioritized Lagway, were left without a top target at the QB spot for 2024. That spot has since been filled by Air Noland out of Georgia—yet another player with a very cool name. This will likely be a 2-QB class in any case, but Noland is no consolation prize. He’s a legit prospect, clocking in at 6’3″ and 195 pounds, and ranked as the #118 overall prospect by the Composite. He passed for 4095 yards and 55 TDs on 73.1% completion as a junior, leading his team to a perfect 15-0 record in 6A Georgia ball.
This recent tweet had Aggie fans excited, as Noland was coming off a recent A&M visit, and momentum seems to be growing for him to eventually land in their class. I’d slot Noland neck-and-neck with Wingo as far as the odds to end up as an Aggie signee when all is said and done. That would be quite the lethal combo to eventually succeed Conner Weigman and Evan Stewart as the top offensive weapons for Texas A&M football.