Texas A&M Football steals a 4 star safety from the Longhorns

After Cameron Coleman’s 4th of July commitment, Texas A&M Football recruiting took a small break but came back with a bombshell steal from the school in Austin.

Myles Davis is a 4 star safety out of Judson High School in San Antonio, Texas; and was thought to be headed to Texas before his commitment to Texas A&M on July 12th. Davis had even had a crystal ball to commit to Texas on June 18th. On the 23rd, however, Davis took an official visit at Texas A&M, before committing to Texas A&M on the 12th of July.

Davis is listed at 6’ 1”, 185 pounds, and is rated as the 35th Safety and 346th player overall. What really stands out about Davis is an outstanding football IQ as a defensive back. He really knows how to make the correct read and is constantly in a position to make a play on the ball, whether through a break up or a tackle. In his junior season, he had 38 tackles, with 4 interceptions and 6 pass break ups along the way. He could be a turnover machine for the Aggies should he sign on signing day.

Texas A&M football has been extremely hot recently, and don’t appear to be finished. With names like Terry Bussey and Micah Hudson still in the running, the Aggies are in a great spot to improve on their recruiting class for another huge haul.


While some of the players the Aggies have taken have been lower rated at commitment time, the players have since been flying up the rankings, with the three lowest rated all gaining a 4th star and moving up over 1200 spots in the rankings together. With the combination of a rapid rise in rankings, and the commitment from Myles Davis, the Aggies are now ranked 9th overall, with 2 three stars, 14 four stars, and 1 five star.

Texas A&M has shown an impressive ability to win head to head battles against huge schools, and with a win over Texas, the Aggies are primed with momentum to bring in a huge 2024 class.