Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
As the Aggies wrap up official visits for six 2013 committed prospects, as well as a USC pledge in Torrodney Prevot, this morning, they'll need to quickly refocus. On their way to College Station will be around twenty of the top high school juniors for Kevin Sumlin's first Junior Day of 2014.
Only thirty or so invitations were sent out, as the Aggie staff looks to spend quality time with what they consider their first tier prospects. This will give you an idea of whom to expect today but the list is obviously very fluid.
Patrick Mahomes Whitehouse, TX
Leonard Fournette St. Augustine (New Orleans, LA)
Speedy Noil Edna Karr, LA
Jacorey Washington Barbe, LA
Koda Martin Manvel, TX
Kealvin Davis Lakeview Centennial (Garland, TX)
Najee Toran North Shore (Galena Park, TX)
Gerald Willis Edna Karr (New Orleans, LA)
Myles Garrett Arlington Martin (Arlington, TX)
Solomon Thomas Coppell, TX
Zach Whitley North Shore (Galena Park, TX)
Jermaine Roberts St. Augustine (New Orleans, LA)
Dylan Sumner-Gardner West Mesquite (Mesquite, TX)
Ed Paris Mansfield, TX
These current commits will also be on campus:
Dallas Skyline CB Cedric Collins
Fort Bend Bush (formerly Lancaster) DB Nick Harvey
La Porte LB Hoza Scott
Gilmer LB Josh Walker
Lufkin WR Jamal Jeffrey
The Aggies also hosted five-star OL Braden Smith from Olathe, KS on Friday. Smith's sister is a track athlete for TCU and the family came to College Station to watch her in a meet. 2013 WR commit Laquivionte Gonzalez was impressed by Smith...
Biggest 16 Year old I have Ever seen He a Jr. In High school 6"6 in a half 36 inch vertical HE BENCH 475 we instagr.am/p/U9VdIAOmta/— A&M Commit (@ixGONZALEZxi) January 26, 2013
If Mansfield safety Ed Paris makes it to Aggieland, he will be the third five-star the Ags will have hosted this weekend along with the aforementioned Smith and running back Leonard Fournette.
A couple of 2015 players are also scheduled to be in attendance with Gladewater DT Daylon Mack and Allen QB Kyler Murray.