The Texas A&M Aggies finally got some good news for the 2016 season on Wednesday when it was announced that 2016 defensive tackle T.D. Moton has been cleared for the upcoming season.
He has finally moved past his eligibility issues and will be on the field for the Aggies this year.
Moton is a three-star defensive tackle from Shreveport, Louisiana and he should be a huge piece of their team in the next few years. He should be able to provide some immediate depth in 2016, if he doesn’t redshirt, and then make a big impact for the next few seasons.
The Aggies originally got word that Moton had been declared “non pursue” by the ACT offices and investigation ensued. That same letter was sent to the SEC, forcing him to declare ineligible.
However, he will now move into his dorm at Texas A&M some some time this week and will join the team for training camp.
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