Texas, as usual, has one of the deepest talent pools in the country, with 31 of the Top 250 coming from the Lone Star State.
With new coach Kevin Sumlin following up on the aggressive early tone set by Mike Sherman, Texas A&M has hit the recruiting trail hard in 2013, racking up commitments from three four-star recruits rated among the Top 250 nationally by Rivals.
While the Aggies are out of the running for the state's only five-star prospect, 6'5 dual-threat QB Tyrone Swoopes, they've already secured offers from the No. 19 (Rosenberg WR Derrick Griffin), No. 63 (Elysian Fields DT Isaiah Golden) and No. 181 (Houston QB Kohl Stewart) players in the country.
Griffin, a 6'6 215 WR who runs the 40-yard dash in 4.61 seconds, is also a top basketball recruit and the No. 9 rated player in the state on the hardwood.
Here's a highlight film from his junior season:
Golden, a 6'2 295 defensive tackle, has impressive athleticism for his size, running the 40-yard dash in 4.86 seconds and moon-lighting as a full-back for his high school team.
Here's a highlight film from his sophomore season:
Stewart, a 6'3 185 pro-style QB who plays for St. Pius in Houston, received interest from LSU but was always seen as a likely Aggie commit, as both of his parents went to Texas A&M.
Here's a highlight tape from his sophomore season:
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