Texas A&M junior defensive end Myles Garrett could very well be the No. 1 overall pick in April’s NFL draft.

That changes nothing.

Despite the current bowl game controversy sparked by the decisions of Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey — both whom are not participating in their final collegiate games to get ready for professional ball — Garrett told his teammates that he’s “all in” for the Aggies’ upcoming contest against Kansas State in the Texas Bowl.


As for his opinion on Fournette’s call to leave early, Garrett (jokingly) had this to say:

In three seasons with the Aggies, Garrett has tallied 140 tackles (47.0 for loss) and 31 sacks — nearly one for every game he’s played in (33). He’s also forced seven fumbles.

CBS Sports currently lists Garrett as the No. 2 prospect for the 2017 draft behind Alabama defensive end Jonathan Allen, though WalterFootball.com projects him to be taken by the Cleveland Browns with the top pick.

Texas A&M and Kansas State will square off in Houston, Tex. on Dec. 28 at 9 p.m. ET.