Introducing the class: OT Ishmael Wilson 

May, 23, 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 Dallas Bishop Dunne offensive tackle Ishmael Wilson.

Wilson, a 6-foot-4, 280-pound prospect, was ranked 39th nationally among tackles and was an Offense-Defense Bowl All-American selection and a first-team all-district pick in TAPPS 1-5A. He anchored an offensive line that paved the way for Bishop Dunne's 297-yards-per-game offensive output. Wilson chose the Aggies over a host of other offers, including ones from Michigan, Nebraska, Auburn, Baylor and Texas Tech.

Here's our Q&A with Wilson:

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