'I'm an Aggie for good'

After a week that seemed to be filled with indecision, Texas A&M has locked up another defensive lineman to the class of 2008. Aggie Websider's David Sandhop catches up with the three-star defensive end.

Weatherford defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore has had a hectic couple of weeks on the recruiting trail. In recent weeks, he's visited Colorado, Notre Dame, and Texas A&M, the school he originally committed to until a week ago when he opened up the process after his trip to Notre Dame. Well, as of late tonight, the door has apparently closed again and the Texas A&M coaches are happy about that. The 6-foot-4, 230-pound prospect was on the way out the door with his father when he informed the Aggie Websider of his final decision.

"I shut it down…Nada. No more," Lewis-Moore said. "I just told the Notre Dame coaches I was committed to Texas A&M and that I was done with the process."

Earlier in the day, the Scout.com three-star defensive end met with Texas A&M defensive line coach Buddy Wyatt, and he re-committed to the Aggies and apparently called it quits with recruiting. However, it was difficult telling that to the Notre Dame coaches who built a strong relationship with Lewis-Moore in recent months.

"It's hard, real hard to do. You spend so much time talking to these coaches on a personal level, it's tough to tell them you won't be coming," Lewis-Moore said. "But it had to be done. I'm an Aggie for good."

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