Texas A&M lands current player’s brother

Class of 2016 three-star receiver Moses Reynolds, out of San Antonio’s John Jay High School, has committed to Texas A&M. Reynolds announced his decision on his personal Twitter page.

I've decided to commit to Texas A&M 👍🏽 #GigEm

— Mo$e$ 🦒 (@moses569) October 6, 2015

This means that next season, Moses could be able to play on the same team as his older brother Josh, who is one of Aggies quarterback Kyle Allen’s favorite targets. This season, Josh Reynolds has 18 receptions for 383 yards and three touchdowns. Assuming he doesn’t declare for the draft, the two could indeed wind up playing together in 2016.

The younger Reynolds had also received offers from a number of schools including TCU, Baylor, Cal, Missouri and Oklahoma State, among others.

Given how Texas A&M has a great number of offensive recruits coming in and a solid group of young quarterbacks behind Allen, namely Kyler Murray, the Aggies could be making a lot of noise in the SEC for years to come.

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