Re-Evaluating Texas A&M's 2011 Recruiting Class

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Re-Evaluating Texas A&M's 2011 Recruiting Class
John Bazemore/Associated Press

When the players in Texas A&M's 2011 recruiting class signed their national letters of intent, no one had a clue how impactful the class would become. A recruiting class that failed to raise an eyebrow on the national scene would eventually change the way people perceived Texas A&M. 

The 2011 Texas A&M recruiting class was ranked No. 31 overall by It was the last complete class signed by head coach Mike Sherman, as he was let go in December 2012. 

The class was recruited to help the Aggies win games in the Big 12.

Multiple members of the class would discover that the SEC style of play did not fit their skill set, and they decided to transfer. A couple of members would achieve success beyond the wildest dreams of even the most optimistic of Aggie fans. The 2011 class will leave a positive mark on Texas A&M for years to come.

This is a look back at the 2011 Texas A&M recruiting class.   

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