Texas A&M Basketball

Have the Texas A&M Aggies Ever Had a Better Basketball Recruiting Week?

CHICAGO, IL - MARCH 18:  Khris Middleton #22 of the Texas A&M Aggies smiles after making a three-pointer at the buzzer in the first half of the game against the Florida State Seminoles during the second round of the 2011 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the United Center on March 18, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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Doug BrodessCorrespondent IAugust 8, 2011

Texas A&M basketball continues to get stronger and stronger.

The Aggies pulled off two huge recruiting wins this past week.

Within days of each other, first-year coach Billy Kennedy received commitments from a pair of elite-level guards in senior J-Mychal Reese and now junior Kendrick Nunn.

Reese is rated as the No. 2 point guard and No. 28 player in the nation for the Class of 2012, according to ESPN.com.

Nunn is ranked No. 47 in ESPN's Class of 2013.

After a 24-win season and a 10-6 finish in the conference in 2010, the Aggies wondered how the future looked when previous head coach Mark Turgeon bolted in the offseason for the top job at Maryland.

Any questions about what's ahead in College Station are quickly being answered.

For the upcoming season, A&M returns their two leading scorers in Khris Middleton (pictured) and David Loubeau.

The team leaves today for a 10-day tour of Switzerland and France.

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