B/R Full Ride: Can Texas A&M Supplant Texas as Recruiting King of the State
Texas doesn't have any issues recruiting. It's the No. 1 school in one of the most fertile high school football states in the country. The Longhorns routinely post top 5 recruiting classes, and often times those classes translate into conference championships.
But with Texas A&M headed to the SEC, the landscape in the state of Texas has changed a bit. The Aggies can now sell the SEC, its exposure and its competition to in-state recruits looking for a better platform to showcase their talents.
Can A&M unseat Texas as the recruiting king of the Lone Star State? CFB Lead Blogger Michael Felder and SEC Lead Blogger Barrett Sallee debate on this edition of Full Ride.
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