The recruiting dead period has come and gone, and the Texas A&M football staff is feverishly at work putting their finishing touches on the 2014 recruiting class. The Aggies have five or six spots left in the class and are in a good position to add their top remaining targets by signing day.
The 2014 Texas A&M recruiting class currently has 21 commitments in it and is ranked No. 4 in the nation by 247Sports. The Aggies have six members of the class already on campus and enrolled in school.
The NCAA has set a limit of 25 players signed in a single recruiting class. Since the six players are currently enrolled in classes, they can count towards the 2013 class—which opens up more spots for 2014.
Do not be surprised to see the Aggies add six more players to the 2014 class if they are the right players. The Aggies will be bringing in recruits to visit the campus over the next two weeks in order to try to convince them to sign with A&M.
This is a look at the Aggies' chances of landing some of those top recruits on national signing day.