Despite not playing each other, the Texas A&M Aggies and Texas Longhorns still look for every opportunity to claim victory over one another. And if there’s anyone who can help the Aggies best the Longhorns, it’s someone from Maryland. Enter four-star National Christian Academy cornerback Joshuah Moten.
The 5’11”, 165-pound corner chose A&M over Nebraska after decommitting from Penn State last month. He also has offers from Arkansas, Kentucky, South Carolina, Michigan, Oklahoma, Oregon, Virginia Tech, West Virginia and Wisconsin, among others. He is ranked the 334th overall national recruit, the 30th-ranked cornerback and the 13th-ranked player in Maryland, according to 247 Sports.
A&M now has 14 commits in their 2020 recruiting class, six of which come from outisde of Texas. The class is currently ranked 10th in the 247 Sports team rankings. Fittingly, Moten’s commitment helped the Aggies surpass his former school of choice, Penn State.