Texas A&M football recruiting: Aggies have LOADED list of visitors this weekend

Texas A&M football will be hosting some of the top talent from across the nation in College Station this weekend.
Nov 11, 2023; College Station, Texas, USA; Texas A&M Aggies wide receiver Ainias Smith (0)
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Texas A&M football set to host huge list of visitors, including 2 five-stars, in College Station this weekend

Texas A&M football has wasted no time in getting to work on the 2025 class, as I’ve written about several times recently. Mike Elko and company understand that it is imperative to position themselves well in this class given the level of talent in the Lone Star State in 2025, as well as capitalizing on the “new coach bump” that always seems to come in recruiting.

In that vein, the Aggies are hosting a big number of highly-rated visitors over the course of this weekend. Below is a list of those that I have been able to confirm from social media, though there are likely to be more who have not announced their plans publicly—just the nature of things.

Top-15 5* OL Michael Fasusi - Lewisville, TX

Top-15 5* LB Jonah Williams - Galveston, TX

Top-30 4* ATH Trey McNutt III - Cleveland, OH

Top-50 4* OL Lamont Rogers - Mesquite, TX

Top-100 4* TE Kiotti Armstrong - Jasper, TX

Top-100 4* QB Husan Longstreet - Corona, CA

Top-150 4* CB Shamari Earls - Chester, VA

Top-300 4* WR Jacorey Watson - Pearland, TX

Top-300 4* LB Keylan Moses - Baton Rouge, LA

Who could Texas A&M football land in 2025 recruiting?

This is a very impressive list. You can see the emphasis on the in-state prospects even just from this selection, including two five-stars in Galveston’s Jonah Williams and Lewisville’s Michael Fasusi. Trey McNutt from Ohio and Lamont Rogers from Mesquite are both guys right outside the rank of five-star as well.

If I had to pick who I think the Aggies are most likely to next land out of this group, I’d lean towards Husan Longstreet at the moment. The highly-rated signal caller out of Corona, California, is set to announce in just over two weeks, and the Aggies sit in a great position by all accounts.

Fasusi was on campus last week as well, and has an official visit set up for early June—the Aggies have a chance to make a big move there. Lamont Rogers is another big time tackle that the Aggies have been doing a great job with. Kiotti Armstrong is a huge target at tight end, coveted by every program in the state—and nation, for that matter—so getting him on campus is big for the Ags.

All told, there’s no way to know for sure if this weekend results directly in commitments, but this is another great way for Mike Elko to continue to build a solid base with these big time prospects. Keep an eye on each of these names as we move forward in the recruiting calendar.