Which Texas A&M players are the top prospects in 2019?


6’10” guard Dontae Davis, 6’8″ forward Jordon Scott, 6″ shooting guard Deandre Ayton, 6.5″ center Kameron Burch, 6” forward Sam Dekker, 6-9 forward Jordan Adams, 6 6’5″ forward Nick Young, 6 – 6’6″ forward Luke Hancock, 6 5’11” forward Chris Daniels.

The Longhorns had a number of big names in the 2019 recruiting class, including a pair of national recruits.

The most notable was 6-10 guard Dwayne Bacon from the University of Florida who chose the Longhorns over Florida State, Kentucky, and Kentucky.

A number of other players, including 6-7 forward Kyle Porter, 6 7’1″ forward Ben Gomes, 6, and 6-8 forward DeAndre Dixon also chose Texas over Florida, Kentucky and Kentucky, though Kentucky was the top team at the time.

Another key Texas recruit was 6’9″ guard Tyler Boyd from South Carolina.

Texas had two 6-5 players, but Boyd went to the Longhorn program with the 5’9” 6’3″ forward Josh Reynolds and the 6’4″ 6’2″ forward Kyle Williams.

Boyd was the lone commit for the 2019 class and he was the only Longhorn to commit to Texas over the summer.

Dontae and Jordon both opted to sign with Texas over their other offers, while Kameron opted to stay at the school for a second year.

A total of 13 Longhorns signed early in 2019, which ranked fifth in the country for 2019 class.