The Texas A&M Aggies have quite a talented group on the horizon for 2019. That assembly got even better on Monday evening. Dylan Wright, a proficient wide receiver in the 2019 class, committed to the Aggies. He announced his commitment in a video on his personal Twitter account.
I wanna start off by saying rip cstruggs he was one of my biggest role models he gave me a drive just through his music. since he passed I feel tht I need to give him his honor so with further do I will be committing too..... pic.twitter.com/NuxlHwD4OE— Dman (@DeunteWright) August 7, 2018
New head coach Jimbo Fisher continues to pull in talent from right in state. Wright is just the latest recruit from Texas to elect to play for A&M. He is now the 18th player out of their current class of 25 from The Lone Star State. Wright hails from Mesquite, Texas, where he plays at West Mesquite High School.
Wright is listed at a gaudy 6-foot-4, 213 lbs. as he enters his senior season down in Mesquite. He ranks 122nd overall out of all the 2019 recruits and is listed 22nd among all wide receivers. In the state of Texas, he currently ranks 20th as a four-star recruit. That goes to show just the kind of talent that’s in Texas right now, among all wideouts and the nation, as well.
Prior to committing to Texas A&M, it was thought that the Texas Longhorns had an edge. But A&M was able to pull one over on their arch rivals, getting a big win in the recruiting department with Wright’s commitment.
A&M’s class continues to just get better. 14 players in the group of 25 now are listed as four-star recruits or better, with one five-star, offensive tackle Kenyon Green. Jimbo’s 2019 class currently ranks 3rd in the nation and the SEC behind the Georgia Bulldogs and Alabama Crimson Tide.