The Texas A&M Football team currently has 34 recruits committed in their 2013 class with room for one more player. The question on the mind of all Aggie fans is whom that last recruit will be.
On signing day in 2012, Aggie head coach Kevin Sumlin flipped Missouri defensive tackle commit Edmund Ray to A&M. National signing day is three weeks away and the Ags are putting the finishing touches on the 2013 class.
A few of the players who have verbally committed to A&M are taking some last-minute visits to other schools. Over the next three weekends, the Aggies will host multiple recruits who are currently committed to other schools.
The A&M coaches have assembled the No. 5 recruiting class in the nation according to ESPN. It is a tremendous class, but there is still a large hole that needs to be filled at weak-side defensive end.
The Ags need to find someone to replace Damontre Moore's pass rush. This is a look at who the Aggies might flip on signing day to complete their recruiting class.