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: OT Michael Fasusi

Texas A&M football seemed all but dead in the water in this recruitment under the previous regime. The contact had reportedly completely dried up between Fasusi and the Aggie staff, but once Elko and company made their way to town, things have been different. Fasusi visited last week, and the Aggies have shot right up to the top of his list.

It's a good thing, too, as he is one of a bumper crop of extremely talented offensive tackle prospects in the state and the country in 2025. Fasusi currently claims the top spot in the state at his position per the 247Sports Composite, and is the second-ranked OT in the country behind the #2 overall player, David Sanders. He is ranked 16th as an overall prospect.

At 6'4" and 285 LBs, Fasusi is highly athletic and could stand to even add more weight to his frame. His ranginess makes him an ideal prospect at tackle, and is something the Aggies sorely need on their roster.

Did I mention that his primary recruiter at Alabama was Holmon Wiggins? No? Well, his primary recuiter at Alabama was Holmon Wiggins. It's crazy how much work this guy put in, and further shows how big of a get it was for Elko to land him as part of the staff. This is yet another preexisting relationship from which the Texas A&M football staff could stand to benefit as the cycle rolls on. Fasusi is a first-round-level talent, and should be a priority target for A&M.