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The Aggies, who currently have the second-best recruiting class in the country, now have 22 commitments, including 11 ranked in the ESPN 300.
I'd like to thank Coach Strong and UT for the offer but Ive decided to decommit from the university of Texas and commit to Texas A&M! #gigem— Otaro Alaka (@OtaroAlaka) January 27, 2014
Proud to say that I am officially Committed to play for Mizzou!!!! #MIZ— Tony 5x (@AlmightyKeyon) January 26, 2014
Official committed to play football for the University of Alabama #RollTide— Big Led (@LedbetterDE15) January 26, 2014
Jonathan Ledbetter with a nasty bull rush. https://t.co/E4mNNE9gikBiggest decommitments: There were a couple of important SEC decommitments over the weekend. ESPN Junior 300 quarterback Ricky Town (Ventura, Calif./St. Bonaventure) backed off his pledge to Alabama on Saturday and quickly turned around and committed to USC. Town is the nation's No. 22-ranked player overall and No. 2 pocket passer for 2015.
— Derek Tyson (@DerekTysonESPN) January 26, 2014
Today I have de-committed from Alabama. It was an honor to get to know Coach Saban and the Alabama fans. Thank you!
— Ricky Town (@RickyTownQB) January 25, 2014
I've decided that the University Of Tennessee is not for me and I'll be attending college somewhere else =)Biggest visits: There were several important visits over the weekend. Auburn hosted hometown linebacker Rashaan Evans (Auburn, Ala./Auburn) for his last official visit. The ESPN 300 prospect has a final three of UCLA, Alabama and Auburn and will make his decision on signing day. After Evans visited Alabama last week, the Tigers were hoping to make a final push heading into signing day.
— Kevin Mouhon (@KMooMoo48) January 24, 2014
Vandy,Can y'all say no fly zone? pic.twitter.com/m3KbXxtU9oBiggest answer: ESPN 300 wide receiver Travis Rudolph (West Palm Beach, Fla./Cardinal Newman) committed to Florida State at the Under Armour All-America Game earlier this month, but Alabama and Florida continue to recruit the four-star receiver. Last week, rumors swirled that Rudolph was considering those other schools. But he said in a text that he is still solidly committed to the Seminoles.
— Bryce Lewis (@b_lewis22) January 25, 2014
To address all the rumors that has been floating around it's all about the Seminoles #FSU #NoleNation
— Travis Rudolph (@TravisRudolph5) January 26, 2014