Conner Weigman, Texas A&M 2-sport early enrollee, develops spring workout plan
Conner Weigman may eventually play for Texas A&M on the baseball diamond, but this spring he’ll focus on football, his baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle told reporters on Friday.
Schlossnagle said that Conner Weigman will focus on football through the spring and could come down and work out as he sees fit. Has a locker in Blue Bell, reported Travis Brown of The Eagle. Weigman played shortstop in high school, and the two-sport possibility was part of his recruitment.
Weigman threw for 2,588 yards and 29 touchdowns with 6 interceptions last season. He also ran for 754 yards and 9 touchdowns and caught two passes. For his career, Weigman threw for 8,891 yards and 98 TDs with 20 interceptions and rushed for 2,062 yards and 25 TDs on 327 carries.
Weigman is a 5-star quarterback according to the 247Sports Composite. Weigman committed to the Aggies nearly a year ago and was listed at 6-foot-2 1/2 and 205 pounds. He was rated the No. 2 dual threat QB in the country, the No. 12 player in the state of Texas and the No. 71 player overall in the country, according to the 247Sports Composite.
On Early Signing Day last month, Weigman was a key piece of the Aggies highly-ranked recruiting class. The Aggies at the time had 17 four-stars, and the 5-stars in the class were Walter Nolen of Powell, Tennessee, and Gabriel Brownlow-Dindy of Lakeland, Florida and Weigman of Cypress, Texas.