6 Five-Star Recruits Texas A&M Football Can Land in the 2025 Cycle

As the 2024 cycle winds down, the new Texas A&M football staff looks to make an impact in a loaded in-state 2025 class.
Sep 2, 2023; College Station, Texas, USA; A detailed view of a Texas A&M Aggies helmet on the
Sep 2, 2023; College Station, Texas, USA; A detailed view of a Texas A&M Aggies helmet on the / Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports
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2025 Five-Stars Who Texas A&M Football Could Land: CB Dorian Brew

Dorian Brew, a cornerback from Conroe, Texas, is a guy that the Aggies have been in on for a while. S tanding at 6'2" and 185 LBs, he fits the exact mold for a Mike Elko cornerback. 247Sports currently has him as their 20th overall player in the nation in their composite rankings, while their in-house ratings list him as 16th overall.

Brew is originally from Spring, Texas. He was previously enrolled at Northmont High School in Clayton, Ohio, but will play his senior year at Conroe High School after moving back to the Houston area. Last summer, Jason Howell of Texags did a story about how Brew actually grew up as an Aggie fan, and he called A&M his "dream school."

That stint in Ohio meant the nearby Buckeyes did what they could to grab a hold in this one, and they certainly seem to be the main competition for the Aggies here. Given how things went last season in College Station, it wasn't hard for OSU to build a lead. The current prediction on 247, as of as recently as four days ago, is for Brew to commit to the Buckeyes.

Even if that does end up coming to pass, given Elko's acumen in coaching defensive backs, the great recruiting staff he has built, and the geographical proximity that Brew will occupy during the course of the season, I foresee the Aggies being able to pull to the forefront here soon. Brew will be a priority target for the staff, and I think A&M will be in this one right up until the end.