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Five-star recruit Greg Little has reportedly decommitted from Texas A&M.

By SI Wire
July 13, 2015

Five-star recruit Greg Little has decommitted from Texas A&M, reports Bleacher Report.

Little verbally committed to the Aggies last month. He is ranked as the No. 9 player in the 2016 recruiting class, the No. 1 player in the state of Texas and the No. 1 offensive tackle on Rivals.com.

Last week, Little told 247Sports at The Opening that he still plans to take all five of his official visits, naming Alabama, LSU, Ohio State, Ole Miss and Texas A&M as the likely destinations. He took unofficial visits to Alabama and Ole Miss in June.

The 6'5," 318-pounder also holds offers from schools such as Florida, Baylor, Georgia, Oklahoma and Texas.

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Little's mother told Bleacher Report that her son felt he committed to the Aggies too soon. 

“At the time he committed, he knew that was the place he wanted to be,” Terry Lacy-Little said. “Fast forward [to now], he felt it was too early in the process to commit. Because this is such a life-changing event, he feels he has to go through the recruiting process to evaluate where he wants to go.”

Little and incoming Texas A&M quarterback Kyler Murray are from the same high school in Allen, Texas.

With Little's decommitment, the Aggies now have 13 commits in the 2016 recruiting class, including two four-stars.

- Molly Geary

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