Five-star wide receiver Evan Stewart focused on Texas A&M on Monday, giving the Aggies two five-star responsibilities in the 2022 class.
Stewart is the No. 12 ranked enroll generally and the No. 2 beneficiary in the class. He’s a 6-foot, 175-pound prospect from Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas, and he picked the Aggies over offers from Texas, LSU, Alabama, Florida and others.
He’s the third-ranked enroll in the province of Texas, thus far the Aggies have landed 10 of the ESPN 300 in-state possibilities, including the No. 1 pocket-passing quarterback, Conner Weigman. Jimbo Fisher and his staff were likewise ready to get a responsibility from the No. 1 enlist in general in the class with guarded tackle Walter Nolen out of Powell, Tennessee.
Generally, Texas A&M currently has 13 ESPN 300 responsibilities, six of which are ranked in the main 50. Texas A&M had the No. 6 class before this responsibility yet will climb with Stewart locally available.
The staff gets an opportunity to take a major action up the rankings in the early marking time frame beginning Dec. 15 also. ESPN 300 possibilities Harold Perkins, Denver Harris, Shemar Stewart, Enai White and a small bunch of other top selects still rundown the Aggies among their driving decisions.
On the off chance that Fisher and his staff can acquire responsibilities from a portion of their top leftover targets, Texas A&M might have a shot at the No. 1 class.
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