Weekend rewind: Texas A&M 

November, 19, 2012
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Texas A&M turned much of its recruiting attention to junior college prospects over the weekend, hosting four juco prospects for the Aggies' game against Sam Houston State. It was Texas A&M's first home game since Oct. 20, and the Aggies made it a productive one, scoring a commitment from one of those prospects in attendance, City College of San Francisco offensive tackle Jeremiah Stuckey.

Stuckey, who is 6-foot-6, 280 pounds, will be a mid-year transfer and will join the Aggies in time for the spring semester. That means he will have four years to play three seasons at Texas A&M.

"One thing I'll say is that I really liked the whole community [in College Station] and everything," Stuckey said. "I felt like everyone there was really friendly and it could definitely be somewhere I could go and fit in and feel welcome."

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