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Seals-Jones Picks Texas A&M

Texas A&M has received a commitment from wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones from Sealy (Texas) High School.

The nation’s No. 1 athlete according to ESPNU chose the Aggies over LSU. He previously committed to Texas before he decided to reopen his recruitment.

Seals-Jones is the 34th commitment for Texas A&M’s class of 2013. He’s the latest in an impressive run of commitments for the Aggies.

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Seals-Jones Attends LSU-Texas A&M

Wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones from Sealy (Texas) High School was in attendance Saturday to watch his top two teams play against each other.

LSU defeated Texas A&M 24-19 in College Station, Texas, on Saturday. Seals-Jones told ESPN RecruitingNation he was impressed with the atmosphere at Texas A&M.

“It was crazy,” he said. “The fans there are very dedicated in their traditions. It was just a nice atmosphere out there.”

Seals-Jones, who’s ranked the nation’s No. 1 wide receiver by ESPN, will go to LSU on Nov. 3 to watch the Tigers play Alabama. He hopes to make a decision soon after that trip.

“After I make that trip, I’ll sit down, talk to my parents and I’ll probably make a decision, probably after football season,” he said.

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SEC Schools Battle For Seals-Jones

The recruitment of wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones from Sealy (Texas) High School is focused on two schools.

“Right now, it’s between Texas A&M and LSU, those two schools,” Seals-Jones told ESPN RecruitingNation. “Probably soon I’ll have a commitment and sit down and talk with my parents. But really those are the two schools that I’m looking at the most.”

Seals-Jones, who’s ranked the nation’s No. 1 receiver by ESPNU, said he watched LSU beat Idaho and Texas A&M’s win against Southern Methodist on Saturday.

“After watching both games on Saturday, they’re both great schools,” said Seals-Jones, a one-time Texas commitment. “Both have academics that are great and they share the ball. So you’ve got to look at those things and I feel like I can go to each one of those two schools and do great. I”ve just got to choose which one I want to be at, sit down and talk to my parents about it and go from there.”

Seals-Jones said it “could be a month, maybe two” before he makes a final decision. He’s currently rehabbing a dislocated knee he injured on Sept. 6.

Texas exited the picture with Seals-Jones earlier this week. He was informed by Sealy coach Jimmie Mitchell last week the Longhorns would no longer recruit him.

“I don’t know what happened,” Seals-Jones said, “but you just have to move on from things like that. “I wish the best for them, but I have to do what’s best for me.”

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