Why early June will be absolutely MASSIVE for Texas A&M football recruiting

Texas A&M football has some of their top prospects on the board all visiting at the beginning of next month.
Sep 17, 2022; College Station, Texas, USA; A view of the stands and the fans and the 12th Man logo
Sep 17, 2022; College Station, Texas, USA; A view of the stands and the fans and the 12th Man logo / Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Here's why Texas A&M football is poised to have an absolutely gargantuan early June on the recruiting trail

As those who follow Texas A&M football recruiting well know, the cycle of the NCAA calendar leads to activity on the trail and commit list waxing and waning somewhat predictably. The dead periods, when coaches are not allowed to contact players, are usually much quieter, with most of the activity coming closer to campus visits (or, of course, signing day).

Historically, for the Aggies, the summer has been a more active time. After the conclusion of spring ball and before the advent of fall practice, the A&M coaching staff devotes a lot of attention to the upcoming recruiting class, which makes a lot of sense.

After Elko and company knocked their transfer class out of the park (despite what quibbles fans might have with the wide receiver position), I'm intrigued to see the work they do in the high school ranks this upcoming summer. Devoting the entirety of their attention to the class of 2025 rather than dividing it with the portal could yield some exciting results.

As Landyn Rosow of Rivals noted on Twitter recently, the first weekend in June is shaping up to be absolutely huge for the Aggies. Just take a look at some of these names scheduled to be in town on that day:

As I wrote about recently, Williams has recently had a lot of A&M smoke surrounding his recruitment. It very well could be the case that this visit pushes him to finally pull the trigger on a commitment, if he hasn't done it already by the time he comes to College Station.

While Longhorns and others feel good about their chances with Fasusi, the Aggies have quietly been doing great work on that front. He visited campus multiple times during the spring, and really seems to like what Elko, Cushing, and company have going in College Station.

Ty Haywood is tough to predict, but I feel like the Aggies are right in there. It helps that current A&M commit Marcus Garcia is his running mate on the Denton Ryan OL, and I have no doubt that the future Maroon Goon will be pushing Haywood to join him in Aggieland.

Rogers and Williams are two guys that the Aggies have had momentum with on and off, and both would be high quality pickups. Though neither is a five-star, both have the talent to be cornerstones of a class.

These are just five names that will be making their way to campus at the beginning of the summer. If the Aggies can get one or two to commit out of that group, it could begin some big time momentum in the class of 2025 for Texas A&M football. That momentum, given the layout of the calendar, could lead to a huge summer on the trail for Mike Elko and company.