Texas A&M Aggies: Quincy Adeboyejo

LEANDER, Texas -- Around this time last year, when the Cedar Hill (Texas) High School talented tandem of LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Quincy Adeboyejo and Brandon Harris were putting on a show, 2015 propsect DaMarkus Lodge was taking a back seat, patiently waiting his turn.

No matter how good you are -- or how good you’re expected to be -- it’s tough as a sophomore to get top billing over two SEC signees and a Big 12 signee. Add in Nevada signee Travis Wilson, and Lodge knew he’d be lucky to get touches early. Collectively, the four signees caught 191 of Cedar Hill's 210 completed passes and helped it advance to the Texas Class 5A Division II championship game in 2012.

How TAMU is making the numbers work 

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Some people might not believe it, but Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin says he knows the rules.


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Sunday was a busy day for Texas A&M recruiting.

The Aggies welcomed one commitment, ESPN 300 inside linebacker Jordan Mastrogiovanni, while seeing another leave the class, three-star receiver Quincy Adeboyejo.

Both are reflective of Texas A&M's significant success in its inaugural Southeastern Conference season.

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Possible replacements for WR Adeboyejo 

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Entering Sunday, Texas A&M had as many as nine of its 35 commits potentially looking to battle for playing time at wide receiver. This is in addition to the young receivers already on the Aggies roster expected to be leaders next year.

Three-star Quincy Adeboyejo (Cedar Hill, Texas/Cedar Hill) is looking to see playing time early, and for a while, he’s felt like walking another avenue might be his best option in achieving his goal. Early Sunday evening, the 6-foot-3, 175-pound receiver decided to part ways with the Aggies.

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WR Adeboyejo decommits from A&M 

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While Texas A&M gained a commitment on Sunday in the form of Dallas Jesuit linebacker and former Oklahoma commit Jordan Mastrogiovanni, the Aggies also lost one in Cedar Hill (Texas) High School receiver Quincy Adeboyejo.

The three-star receiver, who stands 6-foot-2 and weighs 175 pounds, tweeted, "Had to do what's best for me..." from his Twitter accounted on Sunday evening. Cedar Hill coach Joey McGuire confirmed the news of Adeboyejo's decommitment to GigEmNation.

Adeboyejo originally committed to the Aggies on March 8 along with teammate LaQuvionte Gonzalez. The pair was recruited by receivers coach David Beaty.

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A&M recruits to watch at Texas state finals 

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While most college football teams are practicing for bowl games and getting ready for a brief break for Christmas, high school football teams in Texas are preparing for the University Interscholastic League state championships.

The finals begin today at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas and over the next three days, there will be several players to watch who are either committed to Texas A&M or that the Aggies have interest in. Here's a glance at the games and players to watch for Aggies fans this weekend at JerryWorld:


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Each week GigEmNation takes a look some of the top performances from Texas A&M 2013 commits on the field from the previous weekend's action. Here's a glance at some of the best performances from the weekend of Dec. 7-8:

Kenny Hill, Southlake (Texas) Carroll: The quarterback was 18-of-33 passing for 339 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 99 yards on five touchdowns on 40 carries in a 49-45 loss to DeSoto (Texas) High School in the Texas Class 5A Division I state quarterfinals. Hill finished the season throwing for 3,369 yards and 27 touchdowns with just three interceptions while rushing for 1,421 yards and a whopping 33 touchdowns.

Quincy Adeboyejo, Cedar Hill (Texas) High School: The receiver caught 11 passes for 126 yards and two touchdowns in the Longhorns' 49-34 win over Waco (Texas) Midway in the Texas Class 5A Division II state quarterfinals.

LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Cedar Hill (Texas) High School: Gonzalez 15 carries for 133 yards and two touchdowns in the Longhorns' 35-28 win over Copperas Cove (Texas) High School in the first round of the Texas Class 5A Division II playoffs.

Kerrick Huggins, Dallas Skyline: Huggins had a sack and two tackles for loss in the Raiders' 37-17 loss to Allen (Texas) High School in the Texas Class 5A Division I state quarterfinals.

Focus on '14: Receivers/tight ends 

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GigEmNation is taking a weekly position-by-position look at the 2014 recruiting class as it relates to Texas A&M, whom the Aggies are targeting, as well as 2013 commits and who on the roster will graduate. Today, we look at receivers and tight ends.

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2013 commits: Derrick Griffin, Rosenberg (Texas) Terry; Quincy Adeboyejo, Cedar Hill (Texas) High School; Kyrion Parker, Manvel (Texas) High School; Jeremy Tabuyo, Honolulu St. Louis School. Two athlete commits -- LaQuvionte Gonzalez of Cedar Hill and Cameron Echols-Luper of Auburn (Ala.) High School -- are also possible receivers

Receivers and tight ends who will graduate: Brandal Jackson, Michael Lamothe, Kenric McNeal, Uzoma Nwachukwu, Ryan Swope

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High school highlights: Stewart's big day 

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Each week GigEmNation takes a look some of the top performances from Texas A&M 2013 commits on the field from the previous weekend's action. Here's a glance at some of the best performances from the weekend of Nov. 1-3:


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Visitors for LSU vs. Texas A&M 

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A huge SEC West tilt is on tap Saturday at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas. That's when No. 18 Texas A&M hosts No. 6 LSU.

In addition to the expected sellout crowd, a healthy number of recruits should be in attendance, including some of the Aggies' top targets in the 2013 and 2014 classes.

Here's a list of recruits who are expected to be at the game Saturday. As the week goes on and we confirm more visitors (or those who change plans), we'll update the list.

  • 2013 WR Quincy Adeboyejo, Cedar Hill (Texas): No. 77 WR; Texas A&M commit
  • 2014 OLB Gyasi Akem, Broken Arrow (Okla.): (Arkansas State offer)

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High school highlights: Oct. 15 

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Each week moving forward, GigEmNation will take a look at some of the top performances from Texas A&M 2013 commits on the field from the previous weekend's action. Here's a glance at some of the best performances from the weekend of Oct. 11-13:

Kohl Stewart, Houston St. Pius X: The quarterback led his team to a 41-0 win over Beaumont (Texas) Kelly Catholic on Friday by completing 15-of-24 passes for 324 yards and four touchdowns with just one interception. He also scored a touchdown on the ground in the win, accounting for 341 of the Panthers' 431 offensive yards.

Laquvionte Gonzalez, Cedar Hill (Texas) High School: The versatile athlete, who plays running back and receiver, had a hand in 297 offensive yards in the Longhorns' 55-37 win over Grand Prairie (Texas) South Grand Prairie on Friday. Gonzalez had 14 carries for 103 yards and two touchdowns in the running game, caught five passes for 94 yards and a touchdown receiving and completed a pass for 52 yards.

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As fall practice and the 2012 season approaches, GigEmNation will take a look at where the Aggies stand currently and in the future at each position group. Today, we glance at the receivers and tight ends.

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Starters: Mike Evans, Michael Lamothe, Kenric McNeal, Uzoma Nwachukwu, Ryan Swope


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