Texas A&M football adds yet another high-profile name to huge June recruiting weekend

Texas A&M football is set to make some huge waves on the recruiting trail in early June, as big names keep rolling in.
Oct 29, 2016; College Station, TX, USA;  A view of the exterior of Kyle Field before the Texas
Oct 29, 2016; College Station, TX, USA; A view of the exterior of Kyle Field before the Texas / Thomas B. Shea-USA TODAY Sports

Texas A&M football logs yet another huge confirmation for early June; top-50 TE Linkon Cure set to visit Aggieland on June 7

Texas A&M football fans are well aware of the fabled pool party event that was a summer staple on the recruiting calendar under the previous staff. It was at the 2021 edition of this event that the unstoppable train of the 2022 class began to get going in earnest.

For all the excitement that yearly surrounded that event, it was a virtual certainty that it would not be something that this new staff would attempt to replicate. A new era means a new identity as a program, and that means leaving behind vestiges of the way the previous staff went about things.

Any notion that this new group would be unable to attract the same level of talent to campus that Fisher's group did, though, seems to be quickly evaporating. Elko's staff is already bringing in confirmation after confirmation from some of the premier talents around the nation. The list began with three five-stars, and it only grew from there, with further confirmations rolling in recently.

Now, yet another top target has made his intentions known to come back to campus during this huge event. Top-50 player and consummately talented TE Linkon Cure announced that he will be in College Station on the weekend of June 7.

Cure visited campus during the spring, and the Aggies by all accounts knocked that one out of the park. Getting the first visit means the Aggies will have yet another chance to make an impression, and maybe get things shut down in Cure's recruitment before they get going with the Oregon and Kansas State visits.

It looks like the Wildcats are the biggest competition right now for Cure's services. If that really is the case, I like the Aggies' chances here. Collin Klein's offense features the TE prominently and creatively, and the Aggies simply have more to offer than those in the Little Apple.