Head coach Kevin Sumlin was able to officially start signing some of his impressive recruiting class with junior college signing day starting today. First, and most importantly, the Aggies bolstered an offensive line that will see four-year starter Jake Matthews and possibly Jarvis Harrison and Cedric Ogbuehi leave for the NFL.
Jermaine Eluemunor (@TheMainShow_)is an England native playing for Lackawanna Community College in Scranton, Pennsylvania. At 6'5" 305-pounds, Jermaine has the size as well as the athleticism to play either tackle or guard at the next level. He is ranked by 247Sports Composite as the 7th overall junior college player and 3rd at his position for 2014. Eluemunor was originally committed to both UCLA and Arkansas prior to Texas A&M. In the end, he chose the Ags over those two as well as Alabama, Ohio State, Florida State, and many others.
The Aggies also added the signature of Avery Gennesy (@BigAvery67) from East Mississippi Community College. The 6'5" 310-pounder was considered a heavy Ole Miss lean when he committed to Texas A&M in late November. Gennesy is the #5 junior college tackle and 9th best overall JUCO prospect according the 247Sports Composite. As with Eluemunor, he also has the versatility to play either guard or tackle in College Station. Avery chose the Aggies over the likes of Ohio State, Georgia, Oklahoma and many others.
The Aggies weren't done yet. In anticipation of possibly losing Mike Evans and Malcome Kennedy to the draft, they added 6'4" Tyler Junior College receiver Josh Reynolds (@J_Rey_11). Reynolds, a full qualifier out of high school, will have four years to play three of eligibility left. This year for TJC, Reynolds had 44 grabs for 782 yards and 12 scores. He chose Texas A&M over TCU and Boise State.