As Kevin Sumlin continues to build Texas A&M's 2013 recruiting class, the newest addition of QB Kenny Hill has started some controversy in many Aggie living rooms. With QB Kohl Stewart's longtime commitment still on the table, determining which one could be the future of A&M's offense is a grand topic of discussion. I'm here to dispel the argument with a good old-fashioned quarterback comparison.
Texas A&M really has this SEC thing down. First-year head coach Kevin Sumlin has been tearing up the recruiting trail. The Aggies recently got their 26th commitment for the Class of 2013, when Honolulu wide receiver Jeremy Tabuyo co... Read Post
Kevin Sumlin and the Texas A&M football coaches landed their first commitment for the 2016 recruiting class and it was a big one, both literally and figuratively. In Patrick Hudson, the Aggies have landed the physical reincarnation ... Read Post
With the recent commitment from Manvel (TX) wide receiver Kyrion Parker, the Texas A&M Aggies now have 21 verbal pledges in their 2013 recruiting class. Kevin Sumlin's early success on the recruiting trail brings up the question of ... Read Post