Texas A&M added a major piece to its 2025 recruiting class on Friday evening.

The Aggies earned a commitment from 4-star cornerback Adonyss Currie. A California native, Currie chose Texas A&M over programs such as Texas, Miami, Nebraska and others.

Here’s Currie’s announcement:


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Currie is a significant addition for Texas A&M in the class of 2025. He’s the No. 74 overall player and the No. 8 cornerback in the country for that cycle, per 247Sports Composite rankings. He’s also the No. 6 player from the state of California.

Currie attends Quartz Hill High School in Lancaster, California. He’s listed at 6-foot-1, 165 pounds.

Mike Elko and his staff have hit the ground running in the class of 2025 since taking over this past offseason. Texas A&M already has 12 commits in this class. The group ranks No. 7 nationally, per 247Sports Composite rankings.

Texas A&M’s 2025 recruiting class is led by 4-star quarterback Husan Longstreet. However, Currie is now the second highest-ranked prospect in Texas A&M’s 2025 class.

Here are some highlights from his high school career: