Texas A&M signed an incredible crop of new recruits on the first day of the Early Signing Period, and that class got even better on Friday with the commitment of National Top 100 player Bryce Foster. Foster is a four-star guard from Katy Taylor High School, is nicknamed “The Mountain,” and will also compete in shotput for the A&M Track & Field team.
✍️ @BryceFoster5 ✅— Texas A&M Football (@AggieFootball) December 18, 2020
Welcome to the family, Bryce!#AggieVi21on | #GigEm pic.twitter.com/rVpfllnzBZ
Foster was long believed to be a heavy Oklahoma lean, so A&M getting him is a major steal. It moves the Aggies’ 2021 class from No. 11 in the country up to No. 7, now one spot ahead of the aforementioned Sooners. His commitment also means that all of A&M’s top four recruits are offensive or defensive linemen, which is virtually unheard of with skill position players usually littering the tops of the rankings.
A&M now has 20 commits in this class, so with room to add even more players before National Signing Day in February, this is shaping up to be the Aggies’ third straight top 10 recruiting class (something they’ve never done before). As Jimbo says, “it ain’t gonna be like it used to be.”