Here's the Websider.com Football Recruiting Board for 2014.
Important: This is NOT the official board for Texas A&M University.
This board has been compiled by the staff at the Aggie Websider to give fans a general idea of the prospects Texas A&M may be pursuing.
The following chart lists each position, along with the number of players
that we believe the Aggies will attempt to sign at that particular position.
The percentages in parenthesis (to be added later) will be Team Websider's
prediction of the chance that particular player will sign with Texas A&M
on National Signing Day. Players listed in the "Commited to another school"
category were intested in or being recruited by the Aggies, but chose another school.
All Defense :
With the Aggies signing 2 quarterbacks in 2012, the Aggies signed 1 quarterback in 2014...
Current position in the Aggie Websider 100, the top 100 prospects in Texas.
Number of stars assigned to the prospect by Scout.com (1 to 5 stars). A five-star prospect is considered to be one of the nation's top 25-30
players, four star is a top 150-200 player, three-stars is a top 550 level player, two stars means the player is a mid-major prospect and
one star means the player is not ranked.
'YES' is we believe the prospect has received a scholarship offer from Texas A&M, 'No' if we do not beleive the prospect has received a scholoarship offer from Texas A&M.
Height in feet and inches.
Weight in pounds.
40-yard speed in seconds.
Prospect's current High School, Prep School, or Junior College
NOTES & PREFS
Colleges prospect has expressed interest in.
There is video of the prospect available.
Websider.com's current project of the odds of Texas A&M signing this prospect.