Texas A&M football recruiting: Which weekend visitor is most likely to commit?

After a huge weekend where the Aggies hosted a massive amount of top talent, who is the most likely to jump in the boat for Texas A&M football?
Oct 16, 2021; Columbia, Missouri, USA; A detailed view of Texas A&M Aggies helmets during the
Oct 16, 2021; Columbia, Missouri, USA; A detailed view of Texas A&M Aggies helmets during the / Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

Which weekend visitor for Texas A&M football is most likely to commit?

Texas A&M football hosted quite the collection of talent this weekend in College Station. This is probably the most star-studded list yet that this Aggie staff has hosted on campus, and by all accounts, A&M hit it out of the park.

That doesn't mean, of course, that every guy they got to College Station will be committing right away—or, for that matter, at all. As with every recruiting cycle, there are players who will visit (sometimes multiple times) and end up committing elsewhere. It's just part of the process.

With that in mind, though, a look at the list of visitors for this weekend can get any Aggie fan dreaming big—and for good reason. Multiple five stars coming to campus, including one each at the high-priority OT and LB positions, is never a bad thing.

So, who will the Aggies land out of this group? As I say, they'd be happy to get one of a number of these prospects, but there are some higher on the board than others—and there are some prospects who are higher on the Aggies than others.

One guy who has a commitment date set, and therefore a guy who could come into the fold relatively soon, is QB Husan Longstreet. Though he's from Corona, California, I feel good about the Aggies' chances to land this Golden State signal caller. This isn't just a gut feeling thing, either—Longstreet has two predictions to land with the Aggies via the 247 Crystal Ball.

Another guy who could land with the Aggies, but one that has no Crystal Ball predictions yet, is Mesquite Horn OT Lamont Rogers. Rogers, already a massive player at 6'6.5", 311 LBs, has had a lot of Aggie buzz recently. Landing him would be literally a huge get for A&M.

One that I don't necessarily favor the Aggies in currently but feel as though they have drawn even in is the recruitment of 5-star OT Michael Fasusi. This weekend marked the second-straight that Fasusi was on campus with Texas A&M football, with an official visit still yet to come. Texas has done a good job with Fasusi as well, but I think the efforts by Elko and Cushing have the Aggies right there at the top of his list.

As always, recruiting is a nebulous enterprise. It's hard to nail anything down. Information changes rapidly. As things stand right now, however, I think the Aggies are doing an exceptional job in the upcoming class, and I am excited to see how things continue to pan out for them.