The Texas A&M football team got some good news on Friday, as defensive tackle T.D. Moton has officially been ruled eligible for the 2016 season.
God is real ! When your down and when you up - can you be consistent when life is so complicated ? #GigEm— T.D. Moton (@__Moton) April 15, 2016
Moton was a three-star 2015 recruit out of Shreveport, Louisiana, and while he considered Texas A&M coming out of high school, he committed to Mississippi State. But after failing to qualify due to his ACT scores, he was released from his National Letter of Intent and announced his commitment to Texas A&M in October 2015. At 6'4" and 310 pounds, Moton has the build to come in and compete right away in the SEC, and provides much-needed depth at the defensive tackle position. He is expected to be an important part of A&M's rotation with sophomores Daylon Mack and Kingsley Keke, junior Zaycoven Henderson and senior Hardeck Walker.
Take a look at some of Moton's high school highlights.