Four-star wide receiver Hezekiah Jones commits to Texas A&M after de-committing from Baylor.
Four-star wide receiver Hezekiah Jones of Stafford High School (Stafford, TX.) has committed to Texas A&M after de-committing from Baylor, he announced on Twitter.
Jones was also considering Alabama, Auburn and Houston before choosing to join Kevin Sumlin's squad in College Station. He was originally planning on attending Baylor, but de-committed after head coach Art Briles was let go following an investigation into the university's handling of sexual assault cases.
The 6"1', 192-pound receiver is coming off a junior season where he caught 35 passes for 515 yards and six touchdowns. He is the 25th best wide receiver in his recruiting class, according to Scout.com.
Jones brings elite-level speed to the Aggies’ roster. In addition to clocking a 4.38 for the 40-yard dash, he owns a Texas state title in track, with his 21.35 personal best in the 200 meters.
He is the 19th member of the Aggies' 2017 recruiting class.