In that time he has seen the program in College Station explode on the SEC scene, the conference which has secured the past six National Championships.
Last week Adeboyejo -- along with Aggie fans across the country -- celebrated the big 29-24 win over previously No. 1 ranked Alabama.
Some classified the victory as a "surprise", but Adeboyejo says the felt confident that Texas A&M was going to come out on top.
"From the start I didn't doubt them at all," Adeboyejo explained. "I knew they were going to win all along. I knew they were going to come out and do that from the start."
"Everybody is saying we could win the championship in the next three years, but I think we can do it next year, honestly!"
Adeboyejo has paid close attention to the Aggies 2012 season. He is continually impressed with new wrinkles that are added to the offense each week.
"I just liked how they were hitting the receivers down the field and they did some things to help get them open. Kenric McNeal did a post-pattern and they did a little fake option and Johnny (Manziel) dropped back and threw it to him. I liked that play a lot. It was something I had never seen before and it worked out pretty good."
The Scout.com three-star prospect from Cedar Hill, feels the program is headed in a great direction and expects the team will be competing for the ultimate prize while he is on campus.
"I personally think that all the new coaches they have there now are all just great coaches," Adeboyejo answered when asked why he sees the team have success now and in the future. "They are all great coaches to be around and I just think the atmosphere and the swagger that Coach Sumlin brings juts got the team going in the right direction."
As a senior, Adeboyejo has put up big numbers. He is sixth in the DFW area overall with 58 receptions for 571 yards and 10 scores.
"I have been doing pretty good this year," Adeboyejo informed of his play. "I have been doing better at making people miss. Last year I would just catch the ball and get tackled. This year I have been making people miss and going for touchdowns, so I am proud of myself and what I have been able to do."
Adeboyejo says A&M likes him as an outside receiver and sees him coming in and taking over for current senior Uzoma Nwachukwu.
He has yet to schedule his official visit to College Station and plans to wait until after the season has concluded before doing so.