Chase Bisontis, a 4-star offensive tackle recruit out of Ramsey, New Jersey (Don Bosco Prep), has announced a commitment to play in the SEC.

Bisontis on Sunday committed to Texas A&M. He is the No. 1 recruit in the state of New Jersey, and the 6-foot-5 and 290-pounder is the No. 9 offensive tackle in the class of 2023, according to the 247Sports Composite. Bisontis has a reported 36 offers, and wrote in his announcement that it was easily the hardest decisions he’s ever made. LSU, Michigan State and Rutgers were also in the mix. He’s the sixth commitment for the Aggies in this class, and the second-highest rated player in the class.

Here is his scouting report from 247Sports:

Has size and body type to be a swing offensive lineman to play right tackle or on interior. Has frame capable of playing at 290 or above. Saw live in camp situations and in game action. Bends well and shows ability to sink hips and explode up and into defender. Physical run blocker. Drives back defensive lineman with violent initial punch. Plays physical and goes to whistle. Lower body strength evident, and allows for correction within play. Stays engaged and drives legs to create running lanes. Athleticism shows when pulling and blocking in space. Scrapes and gets to second level well. Has to be more consistent in sinking hips. Hand placement is inconsistent. Has to continue to work on pass pro. Often leans and reaches rather than staying patient and sitting in base. Needs to work on mirroring when defensive player changes direction. Continued development needed with lateral movement. Plenty of room for technique development makes him high-level prospect. Has all-conference ability at Power 5 level. Mid to early round NFL draft potential.

Here are his highlights from Hudl: