Timing takes Aggies out of Benenoch race 

October, 11, 2012
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Katy (Texas) Seven Lakes offensive lineman Caleb Benenoch felt good about Texas A&M. The Aggies were the first Texas program to offer the four-star prospect and they were in his top five when he narrowed down his list of schools.

But for now, it appears the Aggies won't be in the mix when Benenoch decides where he's going.

Caleb Benenoch
Max Olson/ESPN.comCaleb Benenoch has a top four of Texas, Oklahoma, Baylor and UCLA.
The 6-foot-6, 321-pound recruit, who had a final five of Baylor, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M and UCLA, said that the timing won't match up for the Aggies to be in the mix when it's decision time for him. Benenoch told RecruitingNation last week that timing could be a concern because he wants to wait to make a decision after he takes an official visit to UCLA.

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