On Sunday afternoon, the Texas A&M Aggies learned they’d be traveling to the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl to take on the NC State Wolfpack, and just a few hours later they received even more good news. A&M secured a commitment from tight end Jalen Wydermyer, a three-star prospect from Dickinson, TX.
Thanks to everyone who has impacted my career up to this moment including my family, coaches,friends, and fans after my amazing visit this weekend I have verbally Committed to the University of Texas A&M stay tuned in for more on @ChiminInMedia #GigEm pic.twitter.com/c3MK45Fj3J— Jalenwydermyer (@Wydermyer81) December 2, 2018
At 6’5” and 240 pounds, Wydermyer definitely has the frame to play the position. He is the Aggies’ 24th commit overall and the second tight end commit in the 2019 class, joining four-star Brock product Baylor Cupp, ranked as the third-best tight end in the country.
A&M currently has the second-ranked recruiting class in the country, according to 247 Sports, sitting behind Alabama with Georgia and LSU taking the third and fourth spots. I guess you could say the SEC is good at this recruiting thing.
The early signing period begins Wednesday, Dec. 19. Let’s see if the Aggies can put the finishing touches on a top 10 class as they secure their current commits and look to add a few more.