June is only three days old, but Texas A&M Aggies coach Jimbo Fisher now has two 2020 commitments this month. The first came on Sunday with the pledge from Southlake Carroll Ttight end Blake Smith, and the roll continues today with the verbal commitment of Muhsin Muhammad III, a four-star wide receiver from Myers Park High School in Charlotte, NC.
Still seems like a dream,— Muhsin “Moose” Muhammad III (@MooseMuhammad) June 3, 2019
CLT you will be missed
100% COMMITTED‼️ pic.twitter.com/EkW6Wbbw5l
If the name sounds familiar, he is the son of the former Carolina Panthers pro bowl wideout of the same name. Muhammad’s dad made two pro bowls in his 12-year NFL career, finishing with more than 11,000 yards and 62 touchdowns.
Mushin held offers from eight SEC schools, including Alabama, Auburn and Florida. He is currently rated as the 25th-best receiver in the country and the 115th best player overall in the 2020 class. His commitment gives A&M eight players currently in the fold for their 2020 recruiting class, moving up four spots to 16th in the national team rankings. He is one of only two commits from outside the state of Texas (the other being New Jersey defensive end Fadil Diggs).