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Texas had something of an underwhelming National Signing Day, while Texas A&M continued their strong run of decent classes.
Another National Signing Day iteration is in the books, and both Texas and Texas A&M had some solid names on the day. Neither team made a huge splash by any stretch of the imagination, but there was still plenty to be excited about, with some four-star recruits on both sides.
Texas usually makes a big splash, but they actually fell short this year, signing just 15 players on the day and finishing ranked No. 24 nationally by Rivals. They had limited scholarships this year, so it's unclear if they struggled or if they simply didn't have the resources.
Unfortunately, Texas saw several de-commits, including wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones and running back Kyle Hicks. On top of that, five-star recruit A'Shawn Robinson flipped from the Longhorns to Alabama. Still, you can head to Burnt Orange Nation to catch up on the whole class.
Texas A&M had plenty of names, which you can find at SB Nation's Aggies blog, Good Bull Hunting, here. They didn't have very many big names, but they did manage to snag Seals-Jones from Texas. Seals-Jones is the top-rated receiver in the nation.