Websider.com 2008 Football Recruiting Board

Here is the Websider.com 2008 Football Recruiting Board, one of Aggie Websider's most popular features. This is where subscribers can get a summary of Texas A&M's football recruiting for 2008 all on one page. This board lists prospects, both committed and uncommitted, by position, together with links to their Scout.com player profile, their Scout.com ranking, and their current college preferences.

Websider.com's Football Recruiting Board 2008

Last Updated: September 28th, 2007

Here's the Websider.com Football Recruiting Board for 2008.

Important: This is NOT the official board for Texas A&M University. This board has been compiled by the staff at the Aggie Websider to give fans a general idea of the prospects Texas A&M may be pursuing.

The following chart lists each position, along with the number of players that we believe the Aggies will attempt to sign at that particular position. The percentages in parenthesis (to be added later) will be Team Websider's prediction of the chance that particular player will sign with Texas A&M on National Signing Day. Players listed in the "Commited to another school" category were offered a scholarship by the Aggies, but chose another school.


Stephen McGee returns as a junior starting quarterback for the Aggies. The emergence of redshirt freshman Jerrod Johnson led to Jamie McCoy being moved to wide receiver in the Spring. The Aggies signed two potential quarterbacks in 2007, Brandon Williams and Ryan Tannehill. Brandon Williams is a a great athlete and could play a number of positions for the Aggies. We expect the Aggies to sign one of two quarterbacks in 2008. Early offers went out to Andrew Luck, Tommy Dorman, and Jerome Tiller. Tommy Dorman is considered one of the top two quarterbacks in the state after passing for 2,454 yards and 36 TDs as a sophomore and 1,685 yards and 22 TDs with only 1 interception as a junior. Dorman committed to A&M's on Feb 18th and his stock has continued to rise throughout the Spring and Summer. It's doubtful that A&M will sign a 2nd QB in 2008 but if they did, it would likely be an athlete capable of playing multiple positions.

- Tommy Dorman YES Birdville A&M verbal   A&M
- Robert Griffin NO Copperas Cove Hou , Tenn , LSU , WashSt , Bay    
- Max Jenkins NO Houston Langham Creek A&M, LSU, Hou, Rice, SMU, Army    
- Josh Jones NO Baytown Lee SMU, Rice, LaLa    
- Ivan Delgado NO Killeen Ellison Tex, A&M    
- Spencer Otto NO Pflugerville Hendrickson SMU, Rice, Neb, UTEP, Pur, Army    
- Ford Lakin NO Klein Forest LSU, A&M, TTech, Ga
- Cole Loftin NO Aledo -    
- Michael Goodnight NO Houston Westside TTech, A&M, baseball    
- Antonio Huggins   NO Dallas Pinkston -    
- Kevin Smith   NO Seguin -    
- Boomer Collins   NO Waxahachie -    
- Braden Smith   NO Rockwall -    
Committed to Another School: Andrew Luck (Stan), Jerome Tiller (Iowa St) , Seth Doege (TTech) , Taylor Cook (Mia), Kody Spano (OkSt) , Kelly Page (Ore), Riley Dodge (NTex), Jim Youngblood (Ark), Tim Curry (UTEP)


Running back is a position where the Aggies have always been able to recruit well. Sophomore Mike Goodson and junior Jorvorskie Lane return for the Aggies. In 2007, the Aggies signed one of the state’s top running backs in Bradley Stephens. Derrick Hall is a great athlete, as demonstrated by his 10.33 100M and 24-foot long jump in track. As a junior, Hall rushed for 513 yards and 4 TDs on 50 carries and caught 19 passes for 334 yards and 6 TDs. Hall attended A&M's Feb 3rd junior day and committed. Hall could play running back, recieer, or defensive back for the Aggies. The Aggies top remaining running back target is Cyrus Gray. Gray attended A&M’s Feb 4th junior day and has several DeSoto teammates signed or commited to A&M. Aggie fullback Chris Alexander graduates after this season, and the Aggies have not signed a pure fullback in several years. Two possible fullback candidates are Aggie commit Aaron Buckley and fullback/linebacker prospect Alonzo Whaley. We expect A&M to sign 2 or 3 running backs and possibly 1 fullback in 2008.

- Derrick Hall YES Beaumont Central A&M verbal   A&M
Video Available Cyrus Gray YES DeSoto A&M, OkSt, Ariz, PennSt, Cal, Lou, Mia, Fla, SMU, ND   50%
Video Available Chris Harper YES Wichita Northwest (KS) KanSt, Mo, ND, Mich, Ill    
- Chris Givens NO Wylie Aub, A&M, Ark, Wake, Wisc, Bay    
Video Available Jaquizz Rodgers NO Rosenberg Lamar Consolidated OreSt, Ariz, Bay, KanSt    
- Alonzo Landry NO Carencro, LA LSU, Ala, Miss    
- LaMichael James NO Texarkana Liberty-Eylau Neb, OkSt, TCU, Minn    
- Damian Washington NO Wichita Falls Rider Big 12    
- Alonzo Whaley NO Madisonville A&M, OkSt, TTech, Hou, UTEP, LaTech    
- Chris Lenoir NO Fort Bend Clements -    
- Jarvis Moore NO Baytown Lee ND, Col    
- Edward Wesley NO Irving MacArthur Big 12, Pur    
- Jay Tolliver NO Mansfield Timberview Okla, LSU, A&M, Fla, Neb, Ark    
- Josh Johnson NO Richardson Berkner -    
- Depauldrick Garrett NO West-Orange Stark Neb, OkSt, A&M, TTech, Hou    
- Donnell Dickerson NO Fort Worth Arlington Heights -    
- Kortlin White NO Rockdale Big 12, LSU, TCU    
- Mark Johnson   NO Longview -    
Committed to Another School: Sam McGuffie (Mich) , Jermie Calhoun (Okla), Justin Johnson (Okla) , Jeremy Hills (Tex) , Aundre Dean (UCLA), Devin Thomas (Ark), Ryan Roberson (Tex) , Tre Newton (Tex)


Kerry Franks and Earvin Taylor will graduate after this season. The Aggies signed three wide receivers in 2007 – Nick Trice, Roger Holland, and Garrick Williams. Williams will also be tried at safety. Over the years, A&M has seemed to like to sign a lot of receiver prospects. Combine this with missing out on a couple of their top 2007 targets and we expect A&M to sign 2 or 3 wide receivers in 2008. Sedrick Johnson is a two-sport (football / basketball) star that had 38 receptions for 1,030 yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior. Johnson committed to A&M after attending the Aggie 'Game Night' on July 20th and plans to play both football and basketball for the Aggies.

- Sedrick Johnson YES Arp A&M verbal   A&M
Video Available Deion Walker YES Christchurch, VA Vir, Aub, USC, PSU, ND, A&M, UConn, Col    
- Omarius Hines YES Corsicana Fla, Mich , WVa , TTech, Okla, Tex, Neb, Bay, OkSt, A&M    
- Kendall Wright YES Pittsburg Neb , Bay, Okla, A&M, Tex, OkSt   5%
- Darius Austin YES Houston Washington UTEP, A&M, LaLa, NTex, KanSt    
Video Available DeAundre Brown NO Arlington Seguin LSU, TTech, Lou, A&M, Iowa    
Video Available Martin Bayless Jr NO Fort Bend Hightower Cal, OhSt, Fla, A&M, USC, UCLA    
Video Available Lester Ward NO Brenham Neb, UCLA, Mo, Bay, TCU    
- Dominic Preston NO College Station A&M Consolidated -    
- Matt McClaren NO Friendswood -    
- Ronnie Williams   NO Houston Sterling -    
- Roderick Jones   NO Fort Worth Southwest -    
- Glynn King   NO Houston Bellaire -    
-Committed to Another School: Darryl Stonum (Mich), Jeffrey Fuller (Okla) , Dan Buckner (Tex) , DeSean Hales (Tex), Joe Adams (USC), Adrian Hilburn (Neb), LaNear Sampson (Bay), Brock Fitzhenry (Tex), Adrian Richards (OkSt) , Isiah Anderson (OkSt) , Forrest Rucker (NTex)


At tight end, junior Martellus Bennett and senior Joey Thomas return for the Aggies. After signing no tight ends in 2006 and only one (Martellus Bennett ) in 2005, the Aggies signed three potential tight ends in 2007 - Frank Avery, Billy Chavis, and Harold Turnage. However, Chavis will likely be first tried on defense, and Turnage could outgrow the tight end position and end up on the offensive or defensive lines. With Thomas’ graduation and the potential for Bennett to leave early for the NFL, we expect A&M to sign 2 tight ends in 2008. Blake Chavis, younger brother of 2007 signee Billy Chavis, received an early offer from A&M. Chavis can play either tight end or defensive end, and committed to A&M at their Mar 3rd junior day. After flying under the radar early in the recruiting season , K.J. Willaims, emerged as one of the top tight end prospects in the coutry after impressive Nike and A&M camp performances. Williams committed to A&M after attending the Aggie 'Game Night' on July 20th. With the commitments of Chavis and Williams, tight end recruting will likely cease.

Video Available K.J. Williams YES North Norman (OK) A&M verbal   A&M
- Blake Chavis YES Beaumont West Brook A&M verbal   A&M
Video Available Ryan Deehan YES Poway, CA UCLA, USC, ArizSt, Col, Orre, Wash    
- Patrick Wilkinson YES Georgia Military JC A&M, MissSt, KanSt, SCar, Ala, Miss    
- Caleb Russell NO Midlothian A&M, Tex, USC    
- Kevin Davis NO Pearland -    
- David Marshall NO Mesquite, TX Okla, A&M, LSU, ND, OkSt, TTech, Ill, Pur    
- Trey Anderson   NO San Antonio Marshall -    
- J.D. Stanley   NO Madisonville -    
- Casey Paris   NO Emory Rains -    
- William Harrison   NO Nacogdoches -    
- Rufus Johnson   NO Dallas Spruce -    
Committed to Another School: Eric Lair (Minn) , Max Sevedra (UTEP) , Jonathan Gimm (Iowa)


Cody Wallace, Kirk Elder, Corey Clark, and Chris Yoder will graduate after this season. On average one would expect a college program to sign at least three to four offensive linemen a year. A&M signed only one offensive linemen in 2006 (Lucas Patterson) and two offensive linemen in 2007 (Evan Eike and Daniel Baker). Offensive line will be the Aggies’ top priority in 2008. We expect the Aggies to sign 6 or 7 offensive linemen in 2008. Fortunately for the Aggies, 2008 appears to be a very deep year for offensive linemen in Texas. Early offers went out to J.B. Shugarts, Stephen Good, Trevor Robinson, Ben Habern, David Snow, Luke Poehlmann, Leroy Chevalier, Britt Mitchell, Brian Thompson, Jeffrey Hyde, and Joe Villavisencio. Leroy Chevalier, Brian Thompson, and Joe Villavisencio all committed to A&M at the first Aggie junior day on Jan 27th while Jeffrey Hyde committed to A&M after attending A&M's second junior day Feb 4th. Josh Ayers plays blocking tight end for Euless Trinity but was recruited as an offensive lineman by the Aggies. Ayers became the 6th offensive lineman to commit to A&M on Feb 27th. Chris Lathrop is a diehard Aggie fan and committed to the Aggies on May 22nd. Chevalier decided he wanted to take some visits to other schools and decommitted on Apr 18th, but re-committed to the Aggies on June 22nd. The Aggies are likely done with high school OL recruiting, but may consider a JC prospect, and are looking at several JC OL prospects, including Mike Diaz, Phillip Garcia, and Karlin Givens.

- Leroy Chevalier YES Houston Yates A&M verbal   A&M
- Brian Thomas YES Pearland A&M verbal   A&M
- Chris Lathrop YES Cypress Fairbanks A&M verbal   A&M
- Joe Villavisencio YES Jacksonville A&M verbal   A&M
Video Available Jeffrey Hyde YES Colleyville Covenant Christian A&M verbal   A&M
- Josh Ayers YES Euless Trinity A&M verbal   A&M
- Brandon Thompson YES The Woodlands Neb, A&M, NW, TTech, OkSt, Rice, Pur    
- Mike Diaz NO Cerritos (CA) JC SDSt, ColSt, A&M, NCSt, ArizSt, KanSt    
- Phillip Garcia NO Cerritos (CA) JC A&M, Kan, Ore, OreSt, ArizSt, BoiSt, Lou, UCLA, WaSt    
- Mario Benavides NO Los Fresnos Miss (verbal), Lou , A&M, TTech    
- Josh Emshoff NO Lufkin A&M, ND    
- Trevor Marrongelli NO Round Rock Westwood -    
- Karlin Givens NO Holmes (MS) CC A&M, KanSt, Lou, LaTech, Mem, Tenn, Miss    
- Trevius Jones NO Tyler Lee Tex, Okla, OkSt, Kan, TTech    
- Chance Willard NO Rockwall A&M, TCU, Hou    
- Steven Cue NO Lake Dallas -    
- Michael Green NO Seagoville -    
- Kamron Black   NO Houston Sharpestown -    
- Robert Griffin   NO Euless Trinity Big 12    
- Josh Goodlow   NO Austin McCallum -    
- James Fry   NO Smithson Valley -    
Committed to Another School: J.B. Shugarts (OhSt), Stephen Good (Okla), David Snow (Tex), Ben Habern (Okla), Luke Poehlmann (Tex), Trevor Robinson (Neb) , Thomas Parsons (LSU), Mark Buchanan (Tex), Kheeston Randall (Tex) , Britt Mitchell (Okla), Daniel Campbell (USC), Patrick Hoog (OkSt), Brandon Garrett (OkSt)


Jason Jack declared for this year's NFL draft, while Red Bryant, Chris Harrington,and Henry Smith graduate after this season. The Aggies signed five potential defensive line prospects in 2007 – Von Miller, Ben Bass, Michael Ebbitt, Brandon Joiner, and Billy Chavis. All are projected as defensive ends, but could play elsewhere. Miller could play linebacker, Bass could end up on the offensive line, Ebbitt could spin down to defensive tackle, Chavis could play linebacker or tight end. After signing no pure defensive tackles in 2007, defensive tackle is one of the Aggies biggest 2008 needs and priorities. It’s not a deep year in Texas for defensive tackles, but Roderick Davis is one of if not the best. Davis received an offer from A&M while attending the Aggies’ first junior day on Jan 27th and committed the next day. Tony Jerod is one of the top defensive line prospects in the state and committed to A&M on Feb 13th. As a JC freshman, Matt Moss posted 7 sacks and 50 tackles. Moss committed to the Aggies on May 15th, graduates in December, and will have 3 years to play 2.  Kapron Lewis-Moore is one of the top defensive ends in the coutry with over 30 offers. Lewis-Moore committed to A&M on Aug 21st. Adren Dorseyreceived an early offer from A&M and committed to the Aggies on Sep 26th.

Video Available Roderick Davis YES Aldine Eisenhower A&M verbal   A&M
- Kapron Lewis-Moore YES Weatherford A&M verbal   A&M
- Matt Moss YES Grossmont (CA) CC A&M verbal   A&M
Video Available Tony Jerod YES DeSoto A&M verbal   A&M
- Adren Dorsey YES Tyler John Tyler A&M veerbal   A&M
Video Available Chancey Aghayere YES Garland Tex, Okla, Fla, LSU, ND, Lou, A&M    
- Justin Thompson YES El Camino (CA) CC Mia (verbal) , LSU , OhSt , Cal , Ore , Neb , Okla    
- Simi Kuli YES El Camino (CA) CC Okla, LSU, Neb A&M   5%
Video Available Demetrius Culpepper NO East Mississippi CC Miss, MissSt, Aub, A&M, Lou    
- Eddie Brown NO Waller OkSt, TTech, Neb, Bay, SMU    
- Chase Harper NO Pflugerville Connally Tex, LSU, Okla, OkSt, Bay, GaTech, Mo, Kan    
- J.T Cleveland NO Baytown Lee -    
- Jowyn Ward NO Katy Mayde Creek NW, Neb, Army    
- Marcus Marlbrough NO Beaumont West Brook Big 12    
Video Available Myles Walker NO San Antonio Antonian A&M, Tex, Fla, OhSt, Okla, OkSt    
- Gary Green NO Mesquite Horn A&M, OkSt, KanSt, Iowa    
- Allan Brown NO Carthage Okla, Tex, A&M, LSU    
- Michael Smith NO Bay City -    
- Kenneth Frankston NO Houston Yates -    
- Cory Brown NO Grand Prairie Big 12    
- Ryan Pollard NO Beaumont West Brook -    
- Eddie Noriega NO El Paso Eastwood -    
- Kyle Thomas NO San Francisco CC A&M, ...    
- Kaeron Johnson NO Cuero -    
- Hector Negrete   NO Arlington Seguin -    
- Torlan Pittman   NO Bryan -    
- Shawn Hawkins   NO Longview Spring Hill OkSt, A&M, TTech    
- Austin Shaffer   NO Odessa Permian -    
- Beenie Wright   NO Dallas Kimball -    
Committed to Another School: R. J. Washington (Okla) , Jarvis Humphrey (Tex) , Templeton Hardy (MissSt), Damian Square (Ala) , Jeremy Coleman (TCU) , Armond Armstead (USC) , Jacquies Smith(Bay) , Tevita Hola (BYU), Jarrett Crittenton (Clem) , Troy Franklin (NTex), Justin Williams (OkSt), Jimmy Burge (Mo) , John Gioffre (Rice) , Corey Wright (UTEP)


Mark Dodge and Misi Tupe will graduate after this season. The Aggies signed two linebackers in 2007 - Derrick Stephens and Charles Young. Young may also me tried at safety. Fellow signees Von Miller and Billy Chavis could be tried at linebacker. We expect the Aggies to sign 3 or 4 linebackers in 2008. After the first A&M junior day on Jan 27th, the Aggies received the commitment of one of the top 2008 linebacker prospects in the state, Kyle Mangan. As a junior, Aaron Buckley from 3A Palacios had 125 tackles, 3 fumble recoveries, 2 interceptions, and forced 5 fumbles. Buckley committed to the Aggies on Apr 24th. Buckley could also be tried at fullback. The 6-2, 225 Andrew Wolridge recorded 108 tackles and 10 sacks as a junior last year, and recently posted back to back 40-yard dash times of 4.57 and 4.55 seconds. Wolridge committed to the Aggies on May 24th. If the Aggies take another linebacker, it would be 5-star Utah prospect Lynn Katoa.

Video Available Kyle Mangan YES Brenham A&M verbal   A&M
- Andrew Wolridge YES Lexington A&M verbal   A&M
- Aaron Buckley YES Palacious A&M verbal   A&M
Video Available Lynn Katoa YES Salt Lake City Cottonwood (UT) Tex, Okla, A&M, Mia, LSU, Fla, Wisc   5%
Video Available Spencer Reeves NO Dallas Skyline TTech, Ala, KanSt, Minn    
- Chris Gipson NO Dallas Kimball Okla, Mia, Fla,ND, A&M, Tex    
- Greg Burks NO Houston Spring Woods Mia, Kan, TTech, Neb, Tex, Tenn    
- Kyle Hoke NO Fort Bend Clements Hou, Mo, A&M, .AF, NW    
- Alan Dock NO Giddings -    
- Joe Sexton NO Barbers Hill -    
- Derek Odelusi   NO Mansfield Timberview -    
- Chris Garza   NO Irving A&M, Okla    
- Rossun Johnson   NO Dallas Sunset -    
- Derrick Choice   NO Tyler John Tyler -    
- Ross McCormick   NO Blanco -    
- Charles Jones   NO Texarkana Liberty-Eylau -    
- Marshall Williams   NO Midland Lee -    
- Elton Holmes   NO Bryan -    
Committed to Another School: Dravannti Johnson (Tex) , Alfred Dupree (OkSt) , Kyle Prater (LSU) , Herman Mitchell (Okla)

SAFETY (2 or 3)

Japhus Brown, Stephen Hodge, and Johnathan Batson graduate after this season, while Devin Gregg and Alton Dixon will graduate after next season. These graduations and lack of following class depth make safety a high priority for 2008. The Aggies signed no safety prospects in 2007, although athletes Garrick Williams and Charles Young could get a look. We expect the Aggies to sign 2 or 3 safeties in 2008. Many consider Keon Furtch from Paris the top safety prospect in the state. Furtch attended A&M’s Jan 27th junior day and received an early offer from the Aggies. Furtch returned for another A&M junior day on Mar 3rd and committed. As a junior, Markel Martin registered 81 tackles and 5 interceptions (two returned for touchdowns) as a free safety and had 7 receptions for 128 yards as a receiver. Martin attended A&M's Feb 3rd junior day and committed. If the Aggies take a third safety, it would likely be Stephen Hicks. The Aggies have already gotten a verbal commitment from the top safety prospect in the state for 2009, Craig Loston.

Video Available Keon Furtch YES Paris A&M verbal   A&M
- Markell Martin YES Wichita Falls (TX) Rider A&M verbal   A&M
Video Available Keanon Cooper NO Dallas Skyline LSU, Okla, Ala, Wisc, Minn, Tex, A&M, OkSt, Iowa, Kan, KanSt, TCU, NCar, Pur, Duke    
- Victor Johnson NO Waco Mia, OkSt, Neb, Tex, Fla    
- D'Anton Lynn NO Celina USC, PSU, Fla, TTech, Lou, Ark, Neb    
- Stephen Hicks NO Whitehouse Neb, A&M, OkSt, Tenn, Kan, KanSt, Tex, Fla    
- Terran Benton NO Mansfield Summit A&M, Kan, IowaSt, Ariz, Wisc    
- Tramain Thomas NO Winnie East Chambers Ark, LSU, OkSt, Mo    
- Demarius Washington NO Irving A&M, Okla, Kan, KanSt, Bay
- Mike Littleton NO Galveston Ball -    
- Darius Darks NO Pflugerville Connally USC, MichSt, Pur, TTech, Mo, Okla, LSU, GaTech    
- Rodney Chadwick NO Carthage Tex, A&M, Okla, Neb    
- Nick Sampson NO Spring Westfield -    
- Deandre Cooper NO Houston Smiley -    
- Corey Scott   NO Cuero -    
- Jerrell Jackson   NO Houston Davis -    
Committed to Another School: Joseph Ibiloye (Okla), Darron Thomas (LSU), Cody Davis (Tech), Nick Saenz (Hou)


Marquis Carpenter graduates after this season, while Arkeith Brown and Danny Gorrer will graduate after next season. These graduations and lack of following class depth make cornerback a high priority for 2008. The Aggies signed one cornerback prospect in 2007 (Lionel Smith). We expect the Aggies to sign 2 or 3 cornerbacks in 2008. Cornerback is one of the most difficult positions to evaluate, and where Spring / Summer camp evaluation is critical. It is at the camps where the top cornerback prospects separate themselves from the pack.Jordan Fields attended the Mar 3rd A&M junior day, received an offer, and committed. Gilmer's Lamar Harris is an outstanding athlete capable of playing either cornerback or wide receiver. Harris received an early offer from the Aggies and committed on Mar 6th. If the Aggies take a third cornerback prospect, it will likely be Patrick Johnson, Adrian Bushell or Marcus Cromartie. Patrick Johnson is from Pompano Beach Florida and is the top rated cornerback prospect in the country, Johnson is a soft commit to Miami but made a surprise July visit to A&M. Demetri Goodson, younger brother of Aggie running back Michael, was expected to be one of the top 2008 prospects before deciding to focus on basketball.

Video Available Jordan Fields YES Paris A&M verbal   A&M
Video Available Lamar Harris YES Gilmer A&M verbal   A&M
Video Available Patrick Johnson YES Blanche Ely (FL) Mia (soft verbal), Fla, USC, A&M   5%
- Adrian Bushell YES Desoto Neb, Fla, TTech, Cal, Okla, OkSt   5%
- Marcus Cromartie YES Mansfield Timberview Wisc (verbal), A&M , Fla   30%
- Mike Williams NO Beaumont West Brook LSU, Bay, IowaSt, Ariz, Hou    
- Zaviar Gooden NO Pflugerville Okla, OkSt, Mo, TTech, Kan    
- Devin Smith NO Coppell, TX Okla, ND, LSU, TTech, BC    
- Anthony Brown NO Rosenberg Terry Tex, LSU, Mia    
- Darrius Terry NO Lufkin -    
- Royce Hill NO Cypress Ridge. A&M, Rice, Tul, NW    
- Corrigan Powell NO Garland Lakeview Centennial Fla, A&M, Tex, Ga, Iowa    
- Ford Smesny NO Dayton -    
- Johnny Thomas NO Texas City -    
- Kris Johnston NO Texas City Tex, Bay, A&M, ND, LSU, Ark    
- Lyvell Marvett   NO Killeen Shoemaker A&M, Tex, Bay    
- Dion Johnson   NO Houston Lamar -    
- Willis Jackson   NO Houston Reagan -    
- Dorian Petty   NO Wichita Falls Rider -    
Committed to Another School: D. J. Monroe (Tex) , Ugo Okpara (Ark) , Kydarian Wilkins (Bay). Gahn McGaffie (Mo), Broderick Brown (OkSt), Xavier Webb (Rice)

KICKER / PUNTER (0 or 1)

After signing Matt Szymanski in December 2005, it is unlikely that A&M will sign a kicker or punter in 2008, unless a superstar prospect emerges.

- Randy Bullock NO Klein A&M, Okla, Fla, Mich, Ala, TTech    
- Mitch Russo   NO Texas City -    
- Miguel Prudencio   NO Galena Park North Shore -    
- Ross Evans   NO Burnet -    
- Will McCormack   NO Fredericksburg -    
- Ben Parks NO Argyle -    
- Lance Day   NO Snyder -    
- Bradley Reynolds   NO Lexington -    
Committed to Another School:

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