National Signing Day 2014: Grades and Analysis for Texas A&M

Texas A&M Aggies

July 17, 2012; Hoover, AL, USA; Texas A&M Aggies helmet sits in front of an SEC backdrop during the 2012 SEC media days event at the Wynfrey Hotel. Mandatory Credit: Kelly Lambert-USA TODAY Sports

The move to the Southeastern Conference continues to pay dividends as the Texas A&M Aggies finished with another stellar class. Kevin Sumlin and his staff finished with the No. 4 recruiting class according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings and features three players who are No. 1 at their position.

Quarterback Kyle Allen, defensive end Myles Garrett and wide receiver Speedy Noil are ranked as the top players at their position and are top 10 overall talents. They are the headliners of a class that reached 21 with six already enrolled. You can view the entire 2014 recruiting class for Texas A&M here.

The class would have been even better if four-star linebacker Hoza Scott did not have to go to junior college, but this class did a great job adding elite talent in the three aforementioned names and bringing in a number of defenders to help build up one of the league’s worst defenses of a year ago.

Allen to Noil is a scary proposition for opposing defenses and Garrett looked like the best player by a mile so their big three is how this class ultimately will be judged, but one day after signing day I give them a solid ‘A’.

Topics: Kyle Allen, Myles Garrett, National Signing Day 2014, Sec, Speedy Noil, Texas A&M Aggies

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