Texas A&M loses commitment from talented in-state DT prospect Bobby Brown
Something significant in the recruiting process has apparently changed for 4-star defensive tackle Bobby Brown.
Brown, a 6-foot-4, 282-pound prospect in the class of 2018, decommitted from Texas A&M on Wednesday night. He had been committed to the Aggies since Oct. 27.
It is unclear exactly why Brown decommitted on the first day of the inaugural Early Signing Period, but he said on Twitter it was for “my own reasons.”
“I just need to look into what’s better for me,” he added.
The Arlington, Texas native is rated as the nation’s No. 16 defensive tackle and is the No. 17 prospect in the state of Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite.
He has other offers from some major schools, including but not limited to Alabama, Oklahoma and Ohio State.
“Brown possesses good height and excellent frame length. Position- and scheme-versatility are two of his best traits as well. He’s raw, but his physical tools are hard to find,” his 247Sports profile evaluation said.
Here’s what Brown posted on Twitter about his decision:
When situations change…decisions are altered~leave no self doubt pic.twitter.com/yDBroWUHeL
— I hate OL’s (@tre_brown8700) December 21, 2017