The nation's consensus No. 1 wide receiver prospect, Ricky Seals-Jones, has decommitted from the University of Texas. Leaving the program due to his desire to play basketball as well as football, or so he has said, Seals-Jones has opened up his options to programs like Baylor, LSU and Texas A&M.
For new head coach Kevin Sumlin and the Aggies, this opportunity is too good to pass up. It almost seems like fate that just as an air-raid offense enters College Station under Sumlin, the best wideout recruit in the country decides to take another look at Aggieland for his four-year home.
However, Seals-Jones won't exactly be an easy pick-up. With some of the nation's top recruiting powers chasing after him, A&M will have to step up their game to steal the five-star big-shot.
The Aggies do provide a great attraction for Seals-Jones, though. The new conference, new coaching staff and new attitude gives Texas A&M a unique aura many fans haven't seen in decades.
With many programs praying for Seals-Jones to commit to them anytime before National Signing Day, lets take a look at five reasons he will take his talents to College Station for the 2013 season.