National Signing Day is is than 48 hours away, which primarily means your favorite creepy uncle can stop tweeting at recruits. With a December that saw turnover on both the coaching staff and in the quarterbacks room, the Aggies have been scrambling to fight an image of internal turmoil on the recruiting trail.
Despite all of the distractions, it appears that most of the current commits in the class remain solid, and the Aggies are still chasing a number of prospects down to the wire. So who joins the class?
RB D’Vaughn Pennamon
Currently committed to Ole Miss, The Manvel running back would fill a rather large hole in the RB depth chart, bringing a size and speed combo that only Keith Ford can compete with.
Prediction: Pennamon knows immediate playing time is available in College Station, and decides to
stick it to his local Ole Miss bagmen sign with the Aggies.
WR Tyrie Cleveland
The one-time A&M commit – and as explosive an athlete as exists in this year's class – is currently committed to Houston, but A&M coaches would love to get him back in the fold.
Prediction: Via his Twitter, Cleveland is leaving athletics behind and entering children’s ministry.
Feb 3— Cleve (@Tyrie_1) January 19, 2016
WR Quartney Davis
The 1b to Tyrie Cleveland’s 1a status as the best receiver in the state, Davis visited College Station last weekend and appears to be trending in the Aggies direction.
Prediction: Davis rejoins the Aggies on Signing Day, giving the A&M an instant-impact target at wide receiver.
Gotta Love College Station!#GigEm— Quartney Davis (@queee_2) January 31, 2016
TE Ian Thomas
Ian Thomas plays Tight End at Nassau Community College. Ian Thomas is currently committed to Indiana. Ian Thomas visited College Station last week. I had never heard of Ian Thomas until approximately 17 minutes ago.
Prediction: Ian Thomas is an actual human being that will sign somewhere on National Signing Day. It’s very possible that school is A&M.
OL Jauan Williams
A late visitor, Williams is deciding between Florida State, Maryland, LSU and A&M.
Prediction: In spite of A&M rolling out the finest hotel water-feature accouterment that Bryan/College Station had to offer, Williams will head to Tallahassee.
At aTm lookin fresh pic.twitter.com/Dm0QAWCz5S— Jäûäñ Wįłłïåmš (@Jauan_Jwill) January 16, 2016
DE Mark Jackson
Committted to A&M since May, both Texas and Oklahoma have made
generous cash donations to Mark’s hometown church hard runs at the athletic defensive end, and he appears to be listening to all suitors as Signing Day approaches.
Prediction: Jackson skips college altogether and declares for the NFL draft.
Just trying to get on Demarcus Ware's level.— MJ (@Jackson111998) January 5, 2016
DT Chris Daniels
Despite rumors that he has been vacationing in Mexico since September, Defensive Tackles coach Mark Hagen does in fact exist, and is working hard to get at least one commitment for this year’s recruiting cycle. Good on you Mark!
Prediction: Daniels announces at 10am on Wednesday.
I'm announcing at 10 a.m on National Signing Day ‼️— Chris Daniels 7 (@clicclac97) February 1, 2016
ATH Aaron Hansford
An A&M-UCLA battle for an explosive athlete from Washington D.C.? Why not!
Prediction: An Aggie commitment, and a locked Twitter feed.
I got Hacked today just In case anybody is wondering— Aaron hansford (@AaronTheRealMVP) January 8, 2016
ATH Jack Jones
The dynamic reciver/cornerback from Long Beach has been a long-time target of the Aggie staff, and would represent an enormous win over multiple Pac 12 schools.
Prediction: Despite Jeff Banks living in his backyard for a month, Jones heads to USC.
The Number 1 safety in the country, a long-time A&M lean, and a priority of the staff for over 2 years, Jones represents a huge head-to-head battle versus Texas and Baylor.
Prediction: Jones shocks everybody and commits to his hometown Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks.
It's been fun Nac! Check out my senior highlights!https://t.co/MR8GoVZ8C3— Brandon Jones (@BlessedJones33) November 13, 2015