2014 QB Aaron Sharp discusses A&M camp

Aaron Sharp from Humble Summer Creeek is one of the top 2014 QBs in Texas. Aaron participated in Texas A&M's football camp on Saturday and discussed his Aggie camp experience with the Aggie Websider's Tony Hooten.

In Hop's A&M Camp Breakdown , the Aggie Websider's David Sandhop listed 2014 QB Aaron Sharp from Humble Summer Creek as one of his top 10 prospects there, the fourth prospect mentioned and the first of three QBs mentioned.

In his camp story Hop reported:

"I didn't spend a lot of time with the QB's, but in the time I watched them, (Aaron) Sharp stuck out with his athleticism to go with a more than adequate arm.  I need to see more before putting him on the 2014 offer list."'

I spoke to Aaron after the A&M camp about his camp experience.

Aaron was not satisfied with his performance, telling me "I did okay, but could have done much better." 

Aaron liked the A&M camp, saying "I think the A&M camp was pretty good , it was real competitive there and I really liked the atmosphere."

In addition to the A&M camp, Aaron has also attended camps at Baylor, SMU, Texas Tech, and Texas. 

Of these, Aaron said "I really liked the Tech, UT and A&M camps for sure."

While at A&M Aaron got to see a little of A&M and told me he "thought it was a pretty cool campus."

I asked what he thought of the Aggoe coaches and Aaron responded "The coaching staff was really good. I liked the QB coach a lot. He seems like he knew a lot on the QB position."

With just two months to go before his junior season starts, Aaron says he may attend the Oklahoma camp this Tuesday, and plans attend the UTEP and UH camps, and that'll be it for this summer.

The humble Aaron said "It wasn't the best day for me throwing the ball, I have a lot to work on going into the fall and hope to become a better QB overall."

The Aggie Websider were the first to identify Aaron Sharp has one of the top 2 or 3 QBs in Texas for 2014, and we continue to believe that. We'll be watching with great interest Aaron's development and will continue to follow his recruitment!

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