Q&A: OT commit Jeremiah Stuckey 

November, 20, 2012
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Texas A&M added to its 2013 recruiting class on Sunday when it scored a commitment from City College of San Francisco offensive tackle Jeremiah Stuckey.

The 6-foot-6, 280-pound prospect spent the weekend in College Station on an official visit to Texas A&M. The experience was significant enough for him to make a pledge and cancel previously scheduled visits to other schools that had offered him, including Mississippi and Oregon.

Recruited by linebackers coach Matt Wallerstedt, Stuckey will have three years of eligibility left and four in which to play them, leaving the door open for a redshirt season if he needs it. The 18-year-old is the third offensive tackle prospect in the Aggies' 2013 class and GigEmNation's Sam Khan Jr. caught up with Stuckey to get his thoughts:

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