Time possible factor for Caleb Benenoch 

October, 8, 2012
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Texas A&M has already done quite a bit of work in its 2013 class, scoring 28 commitments. With several targets and just a handful of spots remaining, time can be a factor as the Aggies look to close out their class.

Caleb Benenoch
Max Olson/ESPN.comCaleb Benenoch is planning more visits before he makes a decision.
For one of their remaining 2013 targets, Katy (Texas) Seven Lakes offensive guard Caleb Benenoch, time might play a role in how things play out. After his most recent game, a 33-23 win over Katy (Texas) Taylor on Thursday, Benenoch reiterated that he wanted to take official visits to each of his top five schools -- Baylor, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M and UCLA -- before making a final decision.

"I'm going to try to take an official to all of those schools at some point in time, because I'm not going to be able to visit UCLA until November, because of the way the season is," Benenoch said. "I'm going to try to take an official to Baylor, one to Texas and one to Texas A&M with my parents."

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