The recruiting dead period may be extended, but that isn’t keeping Texas A&M from adding to their 2021 class. A&M added their first secondary player in the class on Thursday when they got a pledge from four-star Denton Guyer cornerback Deuce Harmon.
Harmon is the teammate of Aggie quarterback pledge Eli Stowers, and holds scholarship offers from a slew of Power 5 programs, most notably Texas, Notre Dame and Oregon. He is currently ranked as the #23 cornerback in the country, the #46 player in Texas and the #316 recruit nationally.
A&M now has nine commits in their 2021 class. That is good for #23 nationally, but that somewhat low ranking is mostly due to quantity, not quality. Every team in the top 10 has between 12 and 24 commits, and of the 22 teams ranked above the Aggies, only three (Oregon, Georgia, Auburn) have the same number or fewer commits as A&M.