After taking a second junior day visit to Texas A&M on Saturday, West Mesquite HS safety Dylan Sumner-Gardner announced via twitter that he committed to head coach Kevin Sumlin and the Aggie coaching staff.
"Just committed to Texas A&M," said Sumner-Gardner shortly after leaving College Station.
Sumner-Gardner originally pledged to Clemson, but opened up his recruitment after seeing his recruiting stock spike with numerous offers from schools including Baylor, Texas Tech, Notre Dame, LSU, Oklahoma, Texas, and Texas A&M.
He attended Texas A&M's first junior day in early February and he was leaning to the Aggies over the past month despite new offers streaming in from across the nation. In recent days the 6-foot-1, 190-pound safety released several hints on twitter that he might be close to ending his recruitment process with Texas A&M being his likely destination. Just today his said via twitter, "Felt good to be back home in College Station."
Sumner-Gardner finished his 2012 junior season with over 50 tackles, 10 pass break-ups, one interception, and four forced fumbles.
Sumner-Gardner Pledges to Aggies
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