Seals-Jones, family feel recruiting relief 

December, 11, 2012
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SEALY, Texas -- There were times when it all became a little overwhelming for ESPN 150 athlete Ricky Seals-Jones.

Ricky Seals-Jones
Sam Khan Jr./ESPN.com Ricky Seals-Jones and his parents are happy that his decision to attend Texas A&M has been made.
The nation's No. 1-rated athlete in the ESPN 150 and the top prospect in Texas, the Sealy High School star dealt with the things that come to many heavily recruited, highly touted prospects: countless phone calls, messages on Facebook and Twitter, visits to schools or visits from coaches to his high school campus or home.

He actually liked those high school visits.

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