Aggies land juco OLB Kenny Flowers 

November, 2, 2012
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Texas A&M has made sure that Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College outside linebacker Kenny Flowers knew that he was a priority.

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Courtesy of Hutchinson C.C.Kenny Flowers committed to Texas A&M over offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Kansas State and West Virginia.
The constant contact and effort that the Aggies put into recruiting the 6-foot-2, 228-pound prospect paid off in a big way Friday, when he called the coaches to commit to Texas A&M.

Flowers made the commitment on Friday afternoon and the December graduate is excited to be joining the program in a couple of months. He chose the Aggies over offers from Arkansas, Kansas, Kansas State and West Virginia. It was Texas A&M's aggressiveness in its pursuit that made the difference.

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