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Texas A&M has the nation’s top recruiting class

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Nice to see a prominent recruit’s decommitment work in our favor for once

NCAA Football: Texas A&M at Alabama Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

The Texas A&M Aggies may be 3-2 and unranked so far in the 2018 football season, but they’re killing it on the recruiting trail, and we all know that’s what really matters. With the decommitment of Georgia pledge Jadon Haselwood, the Aggies have claimed the top spot in the 247 Sports 2019 Team Rankings.

Of course the Aggies backed their way into the spot via another school losing a recruit. Not to mention they are head of Alabama by a mere fraction of a point, and with more commits than any other school in the top 15, they’re ranking is based as much on volume as it is quality. With that it mind, I’m sure the program is taking this ranking with a grain of sa...

Jokes aside, and whether or not you think A&M will finish in the top spot (they likely won’t), Jimbo Fisher is proving his worth on the recruiting trail, gaining commitments with as much or more fervor than his predecessor. This is a necessary part of building a top program. But his bigger challenge lies where Kevin Sumlin failed: turning these recruiting successes into meaningful wins in the fall.

He’s got a great chance to start proving doubters wrong this Saturday at Kyle Field.