The Texas A&M Aggies may start featuring tight ends more under new coach Jimbo Fisher, and on Sunday, they landed a talented 2019 commitment at the position.
3-star TE Baylor Cupp, a Texas native, will head to College Station next fall, choosing the Aggies over the Texas Longhorns and other schools.
As you can see in the post below, Cupp announced his decision on Twitter on Sunday afternoon:
After a lot of thought and prayer, I have decided to continue my academic and athletic career at the University of Texas A&M! I’m grateful to God for everything! I also want to thank all the universities that have recruited me and formed relationships with me! #GigEm 👍🏼 pic.twitter.com/oWQjhw8X4s
— Baylor. (@Baylor_44) April 15, 2018
According to the 247Sports composite, Cupp is the No. 21 tight end in the class of 2019 and the No. 61 overall recruit from the state of Texas.
The Aggies now have nine players in their 2019 class, which currently ranks No. 3 in the SEC and No. 7 nationally, per 247Sports.
Here’s a look at Cupp’s junior year highlights, courtesy of Hudl: