Quincy Adeboyejo Decommits from Texas A&M: What This Means for Aggies
The Texas A&M Aggies have lost the commitment of 3-star wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo.
Even though Adeboyejo is only a 3-star, he's a recruit with a ton of potential, so this will be a disappointing decommitment for Kevin Sumlin and his staff. Adeboyejo is an in-state recruit and he has terrific measurables at 6'3'', 180 pounds. He also runs the 40 in 4.60 seconds, according to 247Sports.
Sam Khan Jr. of ESPN.com reports on the decommitment:
The three-star receiver, who stands 6-foot-2 and weighs 175 pounds, tweeted, "Had to do what's best for me..." from his Twitter accounted on Sunday evening. Cedar Hill coach Joey McGuire confirmed the news of Adeboyejo's decommitment to GigEmNation.
Adeboyejo originally committed to the Aggies on March 8 along with teammate LaQuvionte Gonzalez. The pair was recruited by receivers coach David Beaty.
If there is any good news in this decommitment, it's that the Aggies will be just fine at the wide receiver position in regards to the 2013 class.
It seems as if Johnny Manziel's sensational Heisman season has really caused a lot of buzz amongst many of the wide receiver recruits of 2013. Even without Adeboyejo, the Aggies still have commitments from nine recruits who can play wide receiver and one tight end.
Who will be the better WR for Texas A&M?
Seals-Jones is 6'5'', 230 pounds and runs a 4.60 40 according to 247Sports. He's also ranked as the No. 1 athlete recruit in the 2013 class by the 247Sports Composite Rankings. Griffin has elite measurables at 6'7'', 210 pounds, and he's ranked as the No. 2 wide receiver recruit according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.
Those two recruits alone would be enough to make the Aggies' 2013 receiver class elite, but when you factor in the rest of the wideout recruits, Texas A&M will be just fine despite Adeboyejo's decommitment.
He's a recruit with a ton of potential, so it's a shame for Texas A&M to lose his commitment.
That said, I have a feeling Manziel, Sumlin and the rest of the Aggies program have to still be feeling pretty good about the wide receiver class of 2013.
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