Q&A: Aggies DE commit Jay Arnold 

October, 31, 2012
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Some might be surprised by Texas A&M's success this season. Rockwall (Texas) Heath defensive end Jay Arnold isn't one of those people.

The 6-foot-4, 255-pound four-star defensive end, who committed to the Aggies back in April, has been telling people what he expected from his future school and so far, the Aggies are making him look smart to his peers.

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Damon Sayles/ESPN.comTexas A&M defensive end commit Jay Arnold is impressed by the Aggies play this season.
As for his own team, Arnold's Hawks are 4-4 overall and looking for wins in their last two games to secure a playoff berth. GigEmNation recently caught up with Arnold to get his thoughts on his season and what the Aggies have done.

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