Texas A&M remains red hot landing Jaylan Hornsby

Jaylan Hornsby

The reach of Jimbo Fisher and the Texas A&M Aggies reaches long and far. On Saturday it reached all the way into the Garden State of New Jersey as class of 2024 wide receiver Jaylan Hornsby committed to the Aggies.

Hornsby is a native of Atco (N.J.) and checks in at 6-foot-2, 195-pounds and attends Winslow Township school.

The new Aggie commit was closing in on 20 offers before picking A&M over Penn State and a host of other offers that included Notre Dame, Oregon, Rutgers and Michigan to name a few.

A big assist goes to Aggies’ defensive tackles coach Elijah Robinson, who has been cleaning up in his home state, regardless of position.

The Aggies have been on a recruiting hot streak, closing in on 10 commits over the past two weeks.

Hornsby joins a class that already has a pair of receivers in Debron Gatling and Dre’ion Miller. All three receivers are considered four-stars and give the Aggies some much needed boost at the wideout position, especially with all three receivers measuring in at 6-foot-1 or taller.

Overall, Texas A&M has 15 commits in its class and the class is inching towards the top-10 in many team recruiting rankings with several spots still yet to fill.