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Signing Day Preview: Early Enrollees Refresher

These players will not sign on National Signing Day because they were able to graduate in December have already enrolled in classes at Texas A&M. They are vital members of this class so we didn't want you to forget them.

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Junior College/Prep School

JaQuay Williams - The Georgia native originally committed to Auburn out of high school. After failing to qualify academically, Williams enrolled in Fork Union Military Academy, a prep school in Virginia. Prep schools do not count against eligibility like junior colleges so JaQuay will have five years to play four. The 6'4" consensus high four-star receiver chose the Aggies over Auburn, Georgia, and South Carolina.

247: #2 PREP WR, 4 stars

Rivals: 4 stars

Scout: 4 stars

ESPN: 4 stars

Cameron Clear - In high school in Memphis, Tennessee, the 6'6" Clear was rated as a consensus four-star offensive tackle and the top player in the Volunteer State. He signed with the hometown Vols and found playing time as a true freshman. After some legal troubles, Clear left Tennessee and enrolled in Arizona Western College where he played tight end last season. It will be very interesting to see what the staff does with Cameron. They can put his 6'6" 285-pound frame at tight end immediately; or possibly redshirt him, move him back to offensive tackle, and still have two years of eligibility remaining.

247: #2 JUCO TE, 3 stars

Rivals: 3 stars

Scout: 3 stars

ESPN: 3 stars

Tommy Sanders - The outside linebacker was honorable mention NJCAA All-American this year at Butler Community College. Sanders chose the Aggies over Ohio State, South Carolina, and Mississippi State. This season he had 20 tackles for loss, 8 sacks and 12 pass breakups. With his speed off the edge and ability to drop into coverage, Sanders is the likely replacement for Sean Porter at Sam linebacker.

247: #1 JUCO OLB, 4 stars

Rivals: 3 stars

Scout: 3 stars

ESPN: 3 stars

Jeremiah Stuckey - A full academic qualifier out a high school, Stuckey was not recruited to play college ball and even had to take a greyshirt his first season at City College of San Francisco. After playing this season, the 6'6" 290-pound tackle will have four years to play three of eligibility in Aggieland. Stuckey will be looked upon to provide immediate depth at right tackle or guard next season.

247: #18 JUCO OT, 3 stars

Rivals: 3 stars

Scout: 3 stars

ESPN: 3 stars

Graduate High School in December

Brett Wade - The 6'2" 215-pound linebacker from Kennedale earned 3A All-State Honorable Mention and District 6 - 3A Defensive Player of the Year honors as a senior. Brett is a punishing tackler with a nose for the football and is able to play either Will or Mike linebacker.

247: #19 ILB, 4 stars

Rivals: #33 ILB, 3 stars

Scout: #32 MLB, 3 stars

ESPN: #14 ILB, 4 stars

Reggie Chevis - Reggie is exactly what you draw up when thinking "SEC Mike linebacker". His 6'2" 245-pounds frame will hold up well against the run; he also is very athletic with good speed for his size. As a senior at Sharpstown High School in Houston, Chevis recorded 83 tackles and 10 sacks to go with 6 forced fumbles and 5 recoveries. He was named a Semper Fidelis All-American, 4A All-State Honorable Mention, and District 21-4A Co-Defensive MVP.

247: #28 ILB, 3 stars

Rivals: #40 ILB, 3 stars

Scout: #16 MLB, 3 stars

ESPN: #19 ILB, 4 stars

Jordan Points - At 6'4" 260-pounds, Jordan is start his career as a defensive end. However, he has the frame to add significant good weight and could eventually slide inside to tackle. Points was 5A All-State Honorable Mention and 2nd Team All-District for 12-5A as a senior at Rockwall Heath High School.

247: #59 SDE, 3 stars

Rivals: 3 stars

Scout: #85 DE, 3 stars

ESPN: #65 DT, 3 stars

Alex Sezer - An unknown prospect until he visited a Texas A&M satellite camp in June, Sezer played running back for Little Cyprus-Mauriceville with a reported sub 4.4 in the 40-yard dash. His 1,286 yards and 17 touchdowns earned him 4A All-State Honorable Mention as a senior. Alex is listed as an "athlete" but will play cornerback for Texas A&M and should immediately contribute in the return game.

247: #52 ATH, 3 stars

Rivals: 2 stars

Scout: #86 CB, 3 stars

ESPN: #67 RB, 3 stars