Texas A&M appears poised to continue the recruiting momentum captured by Jimbo Fisher and his staff all offseason into July as the Aggies just beat a division foe for one of the top defensive back prospects in the nation.

During his appearance at The Opening Finals, four-star Houston native Bobby Wolfe announced his second commitment to Texas A&M, this time over Arkansas. Wolfe had been previously committed to the Aggies but backed off that pledge in March. After taking official visits to College Station and Fayetteville, Wolf decided it was time to return to the Aggies 2019 recruiting class.

Rated as the No. 26 cornerback in the nation and the No. 33 overall prospect from Texas according to 247Sports Composite Rankings, Wolfe also holds scholarship offers from Georgia, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Oregon, Nebraska and Texas among others. His pledge gives A&M 20 commitments for the 2019 recruiting cycle and takes them a step closer to overtaking Alabama for the No. 1 recruiting class in the nation. The Aggies join Ole Miss as the only SEC programs with 20 or more commitments for 2019.

Wolfe announced his public commitment with the following video:


To get an idea of how well he’ll fit into the defensive system of Mike Elko down in College Station, check out Wolfe’s latest high school highlight reel: