Where do the Aggies currently stand after their recent recruiting misses?

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Well, to say it’s been a tough couple of weeks for Texas A&M in their effort to build their 2023 recruiting class is quite the understatement, losing out on four of their priority targets which included Quarterback, Dante Moore (Oregon), Wide receiver, Jalen Brown (LSU), Defensive tackle, Sydir Mitchell (Texas), and Defensive back, Caleb Pressley (Oregon), which has created a sense of confusion amongst the fan base, wondering why the momentum from the historic 2022 class has seemingly disappeared.

Luckily, I’m here to remind you that it’s only the start of July, and the Aggies have plenty of ultra-talented, uncommitted targets mulling their potential destination decisions. More importantly, the annual infamous Texas A&M Football pool party, known for hosting and recently swaying a number of the top 2022 recruits towards signing with the Aggies last year, hosts a number of well-known recruits each summer, which is set for the end of the month.

As you can see, the list is comprised of five 2023 commits, and seven targets, with a handful already placing Texas A&M in their final list of schools. Five 2024 prospects are also included, with Quarterback, DJ Lagway standing out as the most prioritized prospect in the 2024 recruiting class to date. So there it is, the answer to all your questions regarding Texas A&M’s recruiting issues! I’m kidding, but I hope that this list at least alleviates your current disappointment, and renews your excitement that this 2023 class is nowhere near a finished product with so much talent still on the board

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