While America’s eyes were on Super Bowl Sunday, two elite recruits – including the son of a Super Bowl MVP – set their sights on College Station to push Texas A&M’s 2019 class into the national top five.
Four-star wide receiver Kam Brown and four-star cornerback Bobby Wolfe both committed to Texas A&M on the night of the Super Bowl, bringing two top prospects on board for Jimbo Fisher’s class next year.
For Brown, the decision to commit on the night of the Super Bowl held its own significance.
— KB (@Kameronbrown__) February 4, 2018
The 6-foot, 170-pound receiver from Colleyville (Texas) Heritage is the son of former Dallas Cowboys cornerback Larry Brown, the MVP of Super Bowl XXX after the 1995 season. In that game, Larry Brown intercepted Steelers quarterback Neil O’Donnell twice to help Dallas win its third Super Bowl in four years.
Kam Brown had more than 30 Football Bowl Subdivision offers when he selected Texas A&M, including SEC offers from Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Missouri, Ole Miss, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Just three hours later, Wolfe also joined the Aggies’ 2019 class, making his announcement on Twitter:
Thank You aggies👍🏽 This Is going to be a wild ride🔥 pic.twitter.com/llsHXBNHxL
— Hollywood🎬 (@iambobbywolfe1) February 5, 2018
A 6-3, 190-pound cornerback from Houston Madison, Wolfe is ranked among the top 25 cornerback prospects in the nation. He also had SEC offers from Arkansas, Florida, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Tennessee.
With those commitments, Texas A&M is up to six commits for the 2019 class, and the Aggies are already ranked fourth in that class in the 247Sports composite rankings.
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