Texas loses two targets to Aggies 

February, 18, 2012
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Texas lost one offensive line target on Saturday when Texas A&M landed a commitment from Dallas Bishop Dunne’s Ishmael Wilson.

The reason for his decision? “Coach [Kevin] Sumlin, enough said,” Wilson told HornsNation in a text message. “He is a great man.”

The 6-foot-5, 270-pound junior gave his pledge during A&M’s junior day today. LSU was his heavy favorite earlier this month, but he left the Tigers’ junior day in Baton Rouge without an offer.
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