Introducing the class: Reggie Chevis 

January, 11, 2013
"Introducing the class" is a series in which GigEmNation conducts a Q&A session with each of the incoming recruits in Texas A&M's 2013 class to give readers a closer look at each recruit individually. Today, we visit with Houston Sharpstown inside linebacker Reggie Chevis.

Chevis (whose last name is pronounced CHAY-vis), is a 6-foot-2, 240-pound inside linebacker who projects to be a middle linebacker for the Aggies. He's a four-star prospect and is ranked 19th in the nation at his position. He led Sharpstown to an 8-3 record and a tie for second place in its district. The Apollos made it to the Texas Class 4A playoffs before being eliminated in the first round.

The Semper Fidelis All-American finished the year with 117 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, 10 sacks, six forced fumbles, five fumble recoveries and four pass breakups. Chevis was district defensive co-MVP and is one of nine Aggies who are mid-year additions to the program and one of four high school prospects who graduated in December in order to enroll for classes in January. Here's our Q&A with Chevis, who committed to the Aggies on June 12, 2012:

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