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They already have three DTs? Manning would be a fourth.
They really are doing well recruiting, we need to intensify recruiting in Texas.
Players should be lining up after big RRR wins, and yet we seem to have to battle the TCU's and Baylor's?
I thought the SEC was claiming they weren't going to allow signing more than 25.
He didn't say "Manning committed" so I wouldn't panic just yet. As Yogi Berra said, "it ain't over till it's over!"
One of the reasons Stoops didn't want to go in the SEC...recruiting practices are shady over there, and didn't want to have to 'stoop down' to the competition to get talent. Just what I remember from an OUI report this past summer.
"With Nebraska trying to leave, we felt like we needed to send them out with a loss, and we did." -Ryan Broyles-
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A&M is still under Big XII recruiting rules for this season.
Not sure when the date officially changes that puts them in the SEC for recruiting rules, but I would assume it would be after this recruiting class.
'13 - they can sign 25 like everyone else.
'12 - they have roughly 10 spots left from last season that didn't get filled (due to not signing enough players or them not qualifying). The players being recruited for last years class have to be Dec graduates and enrolled at A&M for the Spring semester. (so you're looking at either jucos or HS who graduate early)
This is the reason you see such a large class
This post was edited by Ollie North 17 months ago
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