Surge continues for A&M with Seals-Jones 

December, 10, 2012
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Ricky Seals-JonesMax Olson/ESPN.comRicky Seals-Jones is No. 13 in the ESPN 150 and is ranked as the No. 1 athlete.
SEALY, Texas -- Life has been pretty good for Texas A&M lately.

The Aggies concluded a 10-2 regular season, their first in the Southeastern Conference, on Nov. 24 and finished the regular season ranked in the top 10. They earned a berth in the AT&T Cotton Bowl to play Oklahoma. Since the season ended, they scored commitments from the state's No. 1 defensive tackle (Justin Manning), a standout prep school receiver (Ja'Quay Williams), a junior college tight end (Cameron Clear) and two 2014 ESPN Watch List prospects (Nick Harvey and Shaun Nixon).
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