Texas A&M Aggies: U.S. Army commits

SAN ANTONIO -- ESPN 150 outside linebacker Mike Mitchell (Plano, Texas/Prestonwood Christian) has been a hot topic of discussion for months. On Saturday, he became even more of a topic for the followers of BuckeyeNation.

Mitchell verbally committed to Ohio State and became the Buckeyes’ 21st commitment. The 6-foot-5, 222-pound linebacker chose Ohio State over Texas A&M and Oregon.

“I love the coaches, and it’s a really good opportunity for me to play early and play for a starting job,” Mitchell said. “I really feel good going to that school. I felt like I fit in really well.”

Ranked No. 121 in the ESPN 150, Mitchell was recruited by offensive coordinator Tom Herman.
SAN ANTONIO -- Once committed to Florida State, ESPN 300 wide receiver Tony Stevens (Orlando, Fla./Evans) decided to take his talents to the Lone Star State.

Stevens verbally committed to Texas A&M during the U.S. Army All American Bowl. Ranked No. 207 in the ESPN 300, Stevens chose the Aggies over Florida State and Ohio State.

Stevens becomes the 35th commit for the Aggies and the ninth commit to potentially play receiver in 2013. The 6-foot-4, 184-pound athlete is the No. 29 receiver in the nation.

Recruited by Texas A&M receivers coach David Beaty, Stevens decommitted from Florida State in October.

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