Tunmise Adeleye, former Texas A&M edge rusher, announces Big Ten commitment
Tunmise Adeleye is heading to the Big Ten. He announced his commitment to Michigan State Wednesday afternoon after spending just one season with Texas A&M.
Adeleye didn’t see much playing time his freshman season, recording just 4 tackles on the season.
Adeleye came into his freshman season as a 4-star recruit according to the 247Sports composite rankings. He was the No. 39 national player and the No. 9 defensive lineman in the country.
The transfer portal has taken a toll on Texas A&M this year following a disappointing season under Jimbo Fisher. The Aggies have lost at least 20 players to the transfer portal so far, including some big 4-star players.
The Aggies finished 5-7 this season despite being ranked inside the top-10 to start the season. They are looking to get back on track next season and are on good track, boasting the No. 15 recruiting class for the class of 2023.
Giving out favors held me back… Standing on business now ?? pic.twitter.com/ta0YOtd94B
— Tunmise Adeleye ?? (@OTK4Ltunmise) December 21, 2022