Texas A&M loses 2019 offensive tackle commit... to UCF
It’s not often that you see a player decommit from a powerful SEC program like Texas A&M to head to a Group of 5 school, but that’s what happened on Tuesday night.
3-star 2019 OT Adrian Medley announced via Twitter that he was decommitting from Jimbo Fisher’s program and committing to UCF instead.
Medley is a Florida native, so perhaps he wanted to stay closer to home. Or, maybe, he decided that UCF’s current nation’s-best winning streak was something he wanted to be a part of:
After a lot of praying and talking with my family I have decided to de-commit from Texas A&M University. I would like to say thanks to Coach Fisher and Coach Turner. I’ve decided to stay in the state of Florida and commit to The University of Central Florida. Go Knights!!!!
— Adrian Medley (@adrianmedley315) December 5, 2018
Per the 247Sports composite, Medley is the No. 56 offensive tackle in the class of 2019 and the No. 98 overall recruit from the state of Florida.
Texas A&M is down to 24 commits after Medley’s decision. The class currently ranks No. 2 in the country and No. 2 in the SEC, per 247Sports.