Texas A&M lands commitment from in-state QB recruit to boost 2022 class
Only one day after National Signing Day signaled a close to the 2021 cycle, Texas A&M landed a notable recruit for the 2022 class.
QB Conner Weigman, a 4-star prospect out of Cypress, Texas (Bridgeland) announced his pledge to Jimbo Fisher’s program. Weigman is 6-foot-2 1/2 and 205 pounds. He is rated the No. 5 dual threat QB in the country, the No. 16 player in the state of Texas and the No. 93 player overall in the country, according to the 247Sports Composite. He has a reported 20 offers and his main recruiter with the Aggies is offensive coordinator Darrell Dickey.
The Aggies now have four commitments in the 2022 class, which is ranked No. 3 in the SEC and No. 11 in the country.
Weigman led a program that was only its third-ever varsity season to an undefeated record during the regular season and the third round of the Class 6A playoffs, according to GigEm247.
Weigman also revealed that the Aggies offer only came in recent weeks.
“He said that he loved my film,” Weigman said of Fisher after the offer came on Jan. 21. “He liked the quickness of my hands and how my feet and hands were together. He also liked my mobility.”
Also one of the top baseball players in the 2022 class, Weigman plans to play shortstop for A&M and has been recruited by the coaches in that sport for some time as well.
100% Committed #GigEm 👍@CoachDickey1 @Rob_Childress @R_Brauninger pic.twitter.com/KzDk08tUYI
— Conner Weigman (@ConnerWeigman) February 4, 2021
Here are his highlights from Hudl: