It appeared Bobby Brown had it all figured out. The 4-star defensive tackle committed to Texas A&M on Oct. 27, and appeared to be fairly certain in his decision.
But then, Brown de-committed from the Aggies on Wednesday, the first day of the new early signing period for recruits. And now, he announced on Twitter that he won’t be signing with any team on Friday, the final day of the early signing period.
“Everything is off for today bro I’m not signing today…” Brown tweeted.
Everything is off for today bro I’m not signing today…
— I hate OL's (@tre_brown8700) December 22, 2017
It appears Alabama may be the favorite to land the former Texas A&M commit. Brown has hosted visits from the Crimson Tide, as well as Oklahoma, in the past month, and those two schools are the favorites to land him, per 247sports.
Brown is the No. 16 defensive tackle in the Class of 2018, per the 247sports composite rankings, as well as the No. 17 recruit from Texas. He attends Lamar High School in Arlington and is listed at 6-foot-4, 282 pounds.
Perhaps the Aggies’ coaching change had an influence on Brown’s decision. When he committed, Kevin Sumlin was Texas A&M’s coach. Since then, Sumlin was fired and the Aggies hired former Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher.
Where Brown lands remains up in the air, and we’ll have to wait at least a little bit longer to find out.
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