"Basically everything they had to offer [sold me], Beasley said. "When I took the trip up there yesterday I got a chance to play with guys. I talked to some people in the engineering and agriculture and liked it a lot."
Beasley, known for his perimeter touch, averaged 19.7 points a game last season. "They'll use me as a point guard who can score. A strong part of my game would be my ability to score and shoot; that's always been one of my strongest points."
Beasley's trip to A&M on Wednesday wasn't his first foray into Aggie land. "I went to one of their practices last year before the season started," Beasley said. "I knew they were going to be good.
"He's a great coach. He just seems to get the best out of his players every time they play."