Two Texas natives have made it official–Texas A&M has made their (very) short lists.
Kemah Siverand put the Aggies in his top four, along with Ohio State, Texas Tech and Oklahoma State, in that order. He Tweeted this out Wednesday. He will announce his college decision today at 3:50 p.m. ET, and things are looking very good for the Aggies. The 6-foot-0, 185-pound wide receiver is a four-star, national Top 200 prospect and is lightning quick. He’d fit right into what Texas A&M does on offense.
“I’m ready,” Siverand texted Saturday Down South this morning. “And the process wasn’t too tiring just a blessing and a stress at the same time.”
P.J. Mbanasor is another four-star, Top 200 prospect out of Texas who has the Aggies high on the list. Today, he plans to announce his top seven and the Aggies figure to be high on the list. Oklahoma is another strong possibility. He is a cornerback and is rated No. 133 overall in the nation. He was once committed to TCU. Arkansas, Florida and LSU are other SEC schools that have offered.
Editor’s note: Saturday Down South’s references to ratings follow the 247Sports.com composite rankings for high school prospects.