Kyler Murray now has a primary target to throw to … that didn’t take long at all.
Kemah Siverand, a lightning quick four-star receiver out of Houston (Texas), is now on board with Texas A&M and is the Aggies’ 12th commitment for the class of 2015. He is the ninth member of that group to bring a four-star or better rating to the class. Siverand’s commitment follows yesterday’s news of Murray picking the Aggies. Murray is a five-star dual-threat quarterback. With the two additions, the Aggies have moved up two spots in the national recruit rankings to No. 4 overall.
Siverand is stoked about the decision and one other little tidbit of news he found out in the past day.
“Thank you and I appreciate it,” Siverand texted Saturday Down South today. “And I was nominated to be in the U.S. Army Bowl, and that also is a blessing to me, if I’m blessed enough to be officially admitted into the game.”
Siverand recently put the Aggies in his top four, along with Ohio State, Texas Tech and Oklahoma State, in that order. He is rated the No. 170 overall prospect in America.
Editor’s note: Saturday Down South’s references to ratings follow the 247Sports.com composite rankings for high school prospects.