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Aggies onslaught of commitments continues with lineman Adrian Medley

Adrian Medley

Texas A&M continues to stay red-hot on the recruiting trail. The Aggies added three more commitments to their 2019 class over the weekend including a pledge from three-star offensive tackle Adrian Medley.

“I just liked how family-oriented they are there,” Medley told GN. “I also liked that I feel at home when I am there.”

Medley has built a great relationship with the Texas A&M coaching staff, which went a long way in his decision to commit to the Aggies.

“Coach Fisher and Coach {Jim} Turner (offensive line coach) are both like father figures,” he said. “They both show love to the players, while also showing discipline. I think I will learn a lot from both Coach Fisher and Coach Turner. I’m happy to have them as my coaches and I’m excited to play there soon.”

Medley, (6-feet-4, 305 pounds) from Pensacola, (FL) High, has compiled over 30 offers nationally. He committed to Texas A&M over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State and others.

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Medley was asked what his biggest strength was at the offensive tackle position?

“I’ll say that there is something that made me stand out to Texas A&M for them to want to recruit me,” Medley said. “I’ll say my biggest strength is that I can hold my own on the football field without a problem.”

So, has it quite sunk in that Medley just committed to play college football in the SEC?

“Yes, I mean I love the fact that I’ll be playing at Texas A&M,” he said. “It’s an amazing team and school and I can’t wait to take advantage of the opportunities they have presented me with.”

Medley had this message for the Texas A&M fan base.

“You can always do things through Jesus Christ. Don’t quit when someone tells you that you can’t do something and don’t forget to always surround yourself with positive people.”

With the addition of Medley, the Aggies 2019 class now sits at 16 commitments.

Medley is the third offensive tackle to commit to Texas A&M for 2019, joining five-star talent Kenyon Green, (Humble, TX) and three-star Blake Trainor, (Hallsville, TX)

Texas A&M currently has the No.2 class in the nation for 2019 according to 247sports.com.

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(You can follow Ryan Green on Twitter @RyanGreenGN)

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