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: DB Devin Sanchez

In yet another category evoking past recruiting traumas for Texas A&M football fans, there's a highly-ranked defensive back out of North Shore High School atop the Aggies' big board at the position. Devin Sanchez, however, might be an even better prospect than Denver Harris was.

Let's get this out of the way sooner rather than later: Sanchez committed to Ohio State only a couple of weeks ago. The Buckeyes did a great job in this recruitment to secure an early verbal, so props to them. I think, however, that with the advent of Elko and his staff in College Station, the Buckeyes will have a huge issue on their hands if they want to keep Sanchez in the class.

Currently the 6th-ranked player overall in the 2025 class, Sanchez is an extremely skilled prospect who the Aggies have been after for a while. They made his top three before he committed, along with the Buckeyes and the Crimson Tide, even after the poor back-to-back seasons and staff change that occurred in College Station.

Standing at 6'2" and 170 LBs, it's hard to imagine a better frame for a guy with the elite cover skills that Sanchez possesses. This is the type of prospect that you can see stepping on the field immediately for a high-profile program. With the elite combination of recruiting and coaching the Aggies have put together in their defensive backfield staff, and the fact that Sanchez is perhaps the top overall prospect on their board, I think the Buckeyes will be in a dogfight all the way until signing day for Sanchez's signature.