Sunday, January 6, 2013
Mastrogiovanni flips from OU to A&M
By Sam Khan Jr.
The wave of momentum Texas A&M has in recruiting right now has seemingly become a tsunami, especially considering the Aggies' latest pull.
ESPN 300 linebacker Jordan Mastrogiovanni will join his teammate J.J. Gustafson in College Station.
ESPN 300 linebacker Jordan Mastrogiovanni, who has been committed to Oklahoma since June 14, has flipped his commitment to Texas A&M. The four-star inside linebacker confirmed the news to GigEmNation via text message on Sunday.
The 6-foot-2, 225-pound prospect from Dallas Jesuit is the No. 7 inside linebacker in the nation. He will join his high school teammate, J.J. Gustafson, a four-star offensive tackle at Dallas Jesuit who is also committed to Texas A&M.
Mastrogiovanni took an unofficial visit to Texas A&M on Oct. 20 for the Aggies' home game against LSU. He had positive things to say about the experience and Texas A&M.
Mastrogiovanni's commitment switch came fewer than 48 hours after the Aggies' 41-13 win over Oklahoma in the AT&T Cotton Bowl.