Texas A&M continues to stockpile talent for its future offensive attack. One day after receiving a commitment from 5-star quarterback Kyler Murray, the Aggies have added Houston wide receiver Kemah Siverand.
The 4-star prospect confirmed his commitment Thursday afternoon:
It's official, I'll be committing to The University of Texas A&M. #Gigem— Kemah Siverand (@TooBeFamous) May 29, 2014
Siverand, a 6'0", 183-pound Cypress Ridge High School standout joins fellow Houston product Jordan Davis, a 4-star tight end, as premier pass targets in Texas A&M's 2015 class. He is the 12th pledge in a group that currently rates fourth nationally in 247Sports' composite team rankings.
The dynamic downfield threat averaged 24 yards per catch as a junior. He finished the 2013 season with 611 receiving yards and seven touchdowns.
Siverand selected the Aggies from an formidable group of collegiate options. He revealed an expansive collection of favorites on Twitter less than 48 hours prior to his commitment:
Ohio State, Texas Tech, Texas, LSU and Oklahoma State are among the programs who fell short in their pursuit of the coveted playmaker.
Texas A&M also landed a 4-star Houston receiver during the 2014 recruiting cycle. Head coach Kevin Sumlin signed Frank Iheanacho, a raw but rare talent who gives the Aggies a 6'6" weapon.
The team also landed 5-star New Orleans receiver Speedy Noil, who enrolled early for the 2014 spring semester.
Siverand adds to a growing mix of marquee talents that should provide serious support for whichever young quarterback seizes the starting job. He appears to be an ideal complement for Iheanacho and Noil, continuing a tremendous week for Aggies recruiting.
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