Texas A&M football hosting another pair of five-star tackles on campus this weekend

This Texas A&M football staff keeps bringing top-shelf prospects to campus. This marks yet another weekend with highly-rated tackles coming to town.
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

Texas A&M football hosts another pair of five-star offensive tackles on campus this weekend

Mike Elko and this Texas A&M football recruiting staff continue to make the most of the spring recruiting window. Only a few weeks after hosting Michael Fasusi and Lamont Rogers on campus, Jason Howell and Ryan Brauninger of Texags report that the Ags have another pair of five-star offensive tackles in College Station this weekend in Denton's Ty Haywood and Kansas City's Andrew Babalola.

With those four guys all having been on campus over the past two weeks, the Aggies have now hosted four of the top six players in the nation at the offensive tackle position in that span. That is extremely impressive work by Elko and Adam Cushing.

Talk about a roaring start to the recruiting cycle! Obviously, none of these guys have made a verbal pledge to the Aggies yet, but the groundwork is being laid at this very moment for one or more of these top talents to end up in College Station.

Haywood is the highest-rated at the moment, coming in at 10th overall in the nation. Fasusi is right behind him at 12th overall. Babalola rounds out the group of five-stars at 29th overall, and Rogers is just a bit below that cut line at 45th overall—though I wouldn't be surprised at all to see him jump up and gain the five-star distinction for himself before all is said and done.

With the exception of Babalola, each of these prospects has set a return date to College Station for an official visit. The Aggies could still yet go four-for-four, as Babalola has not set all of his visits at this point.

Of course, it's unrealistic to dream that the Aggies will go four-for-four with commitments, but—if we can be greedy for a moment—I really don't know that two-for-four is out of the question. By all accounts, the Aggie coaching staff is tearing it up on the trail thus far. They're setting themselves up for some huge results in the summer and into the fall.