Texas signee Jeffrey McCulloch reports racism from Texas A&M

Earlier this week, Texas A&M came under fire after students reportedly hurled racial slurs at visitors from a Dallas high school. The school has since launched an investigation into the incident, but it looks like they may have another caveat thrown into the fray.

Jeffrey McCulloch, a five-star recruit, signed with Texas a few weeks ago. It looks like he had narrowed his decision down to the Longhorns and Aggies, but decided not to go with the latter after experienced hate from students during his visit on campus.

He took to Twitter and said that he was happy with his decision to go to Texas because he was being hit with “constant slander” when he was in College Station for his visit.

Really glad I didn't go to A&M I see how they really feel about African Americans from what they mention me in daily with constant slander👎🏾

— The Shark (@jmcculloch17) February 13, 2016

So disappointed in them I expected so much more

— The Shark (@jmcculloch17) February 13, 2016

This is a huge problem for the Aggies because not only did they lose a talented linebacker to their biggest rival, but they could begin to lose more recruits and students if the reported racism continues.

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