The early National Signing Day session began Wednesday, and high school players from all across the state are making their commitments official by inking letters of intent to their universities of choice, and thus, taking them off the recruiting market.
Heading into the second year of Jimbo Fisher’s recruiting circuit, Texas A&M is on the verge of another top-10 class with 10 signees who already publicly committed.
One major in-state recruit the Aggies are going after is Zach Evans, of Galena Park North Shore.
According to multiple reports, Evans plans on signing during this early signing period, but he will hold off his official announcement until the All-American Game on Jan. 2.
Aggies fans will certainly be fixed on the contest to hear his choice.
Other notable Texas players planning on signing with the Aggies are:
Demond Demas, Tomball
Demas, a receiver, picked up offers from every Power 5 school in the state, but he has been verbally committed to A&M since September of 2018.
Haynes King, Longview
The 4-star dual threat quarterback was a summer commit that went back and forth early this year between the Aggies and other SEC schools, but appeared to settle on A&M back in June.
Blake Smith, Southlake Carroll
With Fisher’s pro-style offense, tight ends have become a focal point, and the Aggies are expecting to get a good one in Smith. As a senior, he had 492 yards receiving and 11 touchdowns.