Good and bad news comes for Aggies 

August, 23, 2012
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It was an eventful Wednesday night for Texas A&M football complete with some good news and some not-so-good news.

The good news was that the Aggies scored their second verbal commitment in as many days, landing a pledge from 2014 cornerback Cedric Collins (Dallas/Skyline) to officially jump start the next recruiting class. The Aggies have already made plenty of waves in the current class (2013), most recently landing Auburn (Ala.) athlete Cameron Echols-Luper on Tuesday.
Cedric Collins
Damon Sayles/ESPN.comClass of 2014 cornerback Cedric Collins (Dallas/Skyline) committed to Texas A&M on Wednesday, choosing the Aggies over Nebraska and Baylor.

The not-so-good news affected the current Texas A&M roster as sophomore transfer running back Brandon Williams's waiver to become eligible for this season was denied by the NCAA. He'll have to sit out the year per normal NCAA transfer rules and will be eligible to suit up in games for the Aggies in 2013.

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