Yessir! Texas A&M landed yet another commitment to the 2017 recruiting class Tuesday as Camron Horry of Katy, Texas pledged to the Aggies. Horry is the son of former NBA champion Robert Horry of the Lakers, Rockets and Spurs.

Upon hearing the news, Aggie head coach Kevin Sumlin sent out his standard commitment tweet Tuesday evening:

The 6-foot-5, 261-pound Horry is rated as a three-star prospect, the No. 124 recruit from the state of Texas and the No. 78 athlete in the nation, according 247Sports. Horry chose A&M over scholarship offers from LSU, Houston, Illinois, Purdue and SMU. Alabama had also shown Horry interest but had yet to offer him a scholarship.

“I’ve been thinking about it a lot lately and I felt like A&M was the best fit for me long term, not just for football,” Horry said according to Taylor Hamm of 247Sports. “I like how they want to use me. They want me to be a blocking tight end but also one who can go out and catch the ball. They have big plans for me. I know a lot of colleges say that but I actually believe what they are saying.”

With Horry’s commitment, Texas A&M is now up to 13 total commitments for 2017 and have landed five commits in the month of June alone.