Texas A&M just picked up its second commitment from a four-star prospect in a week’s time as elite Lone Star State prospect Reuben Fatheree has announced his pledge to join Jimbo Fisher’s Aggie program.

The 6-foot-8, 305-pound Foster High School standout is rated as the No. 18 offensive tackle in the nation and the No. 140 overall prospect in the 2021 recruiting cycle by 247Sports Composite Rankings.

The Richmond, Texas native picked Texas A&M over LSU, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Baylor, among many other scholarship offers. Fatheree is currently the second-highest rated prospect in the Aggies’ recruiting class.

With Fatheree joining Texas A&M’s 2021 class, the Aggies now hold 10 pledges this cycle with seven of those being ranked as top 400 prospects nationally. Fatheree is the third offensive lineman to join the class, joining Trey Zuhn and Matthew Wykoff.

Texas A&M’s 2021 Recruiting Class

Player
Rank/Position
Stars
State
Shadrach Banks
#14 receiver
4-star
Texas
Reuben Fatheree
#18 offensive tackle
4-star
Texas
Eli Stowers
#7 dual-threat QB
4-star
Texas
Jahzion Harris
#13 weak side DE
4-star
New York
Trey Zuhn
#24 offensive tackle
4-star
Colorado
Deuce Harmon
#23 cornerback
4-star
Texas
Victory Vaka
#22 defensive tackle
4-star
California
Matthew Wykoff
#34 offensive tackle
3-star
Texas
Fernando Garza
#27 tight end
3-star
Texas
Kaci Seegars
#55 outside linebacker
3-star
North Carolina