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Sumlin Announces Nine Mid-Year Additions

January 09, 2013
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Courtesy: Texas A&M Athletics
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College Station, Texas - Nine standout football players have signed financial aid agreements with Texas A&M and will begin classes at the university this semester, Aggie head coach Kevin Sumlin announced. The group will be eligible to participate in spring drills with the Aggies.

Among the class of mid-year Aggies were four junior college transfers, four early high school graduates and one preparatory school graduate. The Aggies are coming off an 11-2 season in 2012, which included a 41-13 win over Big 12 Co-Champion Oklahoma in the 2013 AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic.

Coming from the junior college ranks were tight end Cameron Clear (Arizona Western), linebacker Kenny Flowers (Hutchinson Community College {Kan.}), linebacker Tommy Sanders (Butler Community College {Kan.}) and offensive lineman Jeremiah Stuckey (College of San Francisco).

Graduating early from high school were linebacker Reggie Chevis (Houston, Texas/Sharpstown HS), defensive end Jordan Points (Rockwall, Texas/Rockwall-Heath HS), defensive back Alex Sezer (Orange, Texas/Little Cypress-Mauriceville HS) and linebacker Brett Wade (Kennedale, Texas/Kennedale HS).

Wide receiver JaQuay Williams came to A&M after a semester at Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia.

Texas A&M Football Early Enrollees
Player Class Pos. Hometown High School Previous School
Reggie Chevis Freshman LB Houston, Texas Sharpstown HS  
Cameron Clear Junior TE Memphis, Tenn. Central HS Tennessee/Arizona Western
Kenny Flowers Sophomore LB Lilburn, Ga. Parkview HS Hutchinson CC (Kan.)
Jordan Points Freshman DE Rockwall, Texas Rockwall-Heath HS  
Tommy Sanders Junior LB Cordele, Ga. Crisp County HS Butler CC (Kan.)
Alex Sezer Freshman DB Orange, Texas Little Cypres-Mauriceville HS  
Jeremiah Stuckey Sophomore OL Pacifica, Calif. Terra Nova HS College of San Francisco
Brett Wade Freshman LB Kennedale, Texas Kennedale HS  
JaQuay Williams Freshman WR Tyrone, Ga. Sandy Creek HS Fork Union Military Academy (Va.)

 

Reggie Chevis
Freshman LB Houston, Texas Sharpstown HS
  • Three-time all-district selection at Sharpstown High
  • Earned honorable mention all-state honors from the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors as a senior in 2012
  • Led the Apollos to an 8-3 record and to the bi-district round of the Class 4A Div. II playoffs in 2012
  • As a junior, Chevis compiled 102 tackles and 12 quarterback sacks
  • Named to the U.S. National (U-19) team
  • Chose Texas A&M over LSU, Mississippi State, Missouri, Oklahoma, TCU and West Virginia.

 

Cameron Clear
Junior TE Memphis, Tenn. Central HS Tennessee/Arizona Western
  • Transfer comes to Texas A&M from Arizona Western Community College in Yuma, Ariz
  • Coached by Tom Minnick at AW
  • Played one season at Arizona Western after spending his freshman season with the Tennessee Volunteers
  • Played in 12 games with two starts for the Vols in 2011
  • Contributed one catch and saw extensive action on the Vols special teams coverage units
  • Was a four-star recruit by Rivals.com (No. 169 overall), Scout.com (No. 9 overall) and ESPN coming out of Central High School in Memphis, Tenn.
  • Selected to play in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl
  • Named to the District 16-3A first-team by the Memphis Commercial Appeal
  • Named All-Southeast Region by the Mobile Press-Register’s SE 120
  • Coached by Central HS by Rod Gaston
  • As a senior, Clear had 18 catches for 250 yards and six touchdowns as a tight end, and contributed 60 tackles and eight sacks on defense
  • As a junior, he caught 26 passes for 412 yards on offense, and had 62 tackles and 11 sacks on defense
  • Also played basketball for Central
  • Chose Texas A&M over Oklahoma, Ole Miss, UCLA and Texas Tech

 

Kenny Flowers
Sophomore LB Lilburn, Ga. Parkview HS Hutchinson CC (Kan.)
  • Transfer from Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kan.
  • Coached by Rion Rhoades at Hutchinson CC
  • Led the Blue Dragons to a 9-3 record and a 41-21 win over Iowa Central in the Salt City Bowl in his one season with Hutchinson
  • Flowers led the team with 106 tackles, including nine tackles for loss, in 12 games of action
  • Had an interception and nine passes defensed
  • Forced one fumble and recovered two
  • Coached by Parkview High School in Lilburn, Ga., by Cecil Flowe
  • Chose Texas A&M over Arkansas, Kansas State and Georgia.

 

Jordan Points
Freshman DE Rockwall, Texas Rockwall-Heath HS
  • Honorable mention all-state selection in Class 4A as a junior and Class 5A as a senior by the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors
  • Coached at Rockwall-Heath High School in Rockwall, Texas by Mickey Moss
  • Team captain
  • Earned second-team District 12-5A honors as a senior after making 54 tackles, seven sacks and seven QB hurries
  • Helped lead the Hawks to a 6-5 record and into the 5A Div. II playoffs
  • As a junior, Points was the District 10-4A Player of the Year after making 69 tackles with 12 quarterback sacks, 14 QB pressures and three fumble recoveries
  • Named second-team All-Area team by the Dallas Morning News in 2011
  • Chose Texas A&M over Syracuse, SMU, North Texas and Tulsa.

 

Tommy Sanders
Junior LB Cordele, Ga. Crisp County HS Butler CC (Kan.)
  • Transfer from Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kan.
  • Coached by Troy Morrell at Butler
  • Led the Grizzlies to an 11-1 record and a berth in the NJCAA title game in 2012
  • Team fell to Iowa Western in the Graphic Edge Bowl
  • Earned NJCAA honorable mention All-America honors after contributing 71 tackles, 20 tackles for loss, eight quarterback sacks and one interception (returned for a touchdown) as a sophomore in 2012
  • Had a season-high nine tackles and 2.5 tackles for losses in the Grizzlies’ 28-10 win over Blinn College
  • Two-time first-team All-Jayhawk Conference and all-NJCAA Region VI
  • Rated the No. 1 outside linebacker prospect in the junior college ranks by Rivals.com
  • Was a two-time Class 3A all-state selection at Crisp County High School in Cordele, Ga.
  • Chose Texas A&M over Ohio State, South Carolina and Mississippi State.

 

 

Alex Sezer
Freshman DB Orange, Texas Little Cypress-Mauriceville HS
  • Two-time all-district selection at Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School
  • Was an honorable mention all-state selection by the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors after rushing for 1,294 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior
  • Also had five interceptions on defense
  • Rushed for 581 yards and four touchdowns on 89 carries as a junior
  • Qualified for the Class 4A state track and field meet in the 100- and 200-meter dash as a sophomore and junior.

 

Jeremiah Stuckey
Sophomore OL Pacifica, Calif. Terra Nova HS College of San Francisco
  • Transfer from the City College of San Francisco
  • Coached by George Rush at CCSF
  • Helped lead the Rams to a 10-2 record and a berth in the California Community College Championship Game
  • Played one season at CCSF and will have three years of eligibility remaining
  • coached by Bill Gray at Terra Nova High School in Pacifica, Calif.
  • As a senior, Stuckey was named all-league and all-county and received the U.S. Army Scholar-Athlete award
  • Led team to the 2010 Central Coast Section Div. III Championship as a junior
  • Chose Texas A&M over Arkansas, Ole Miss and Oregon.

 

Brett Wade
Freshman LB Kennedale, Texas Kennedale
  • Three-time all-district selection at Kennedale High School
  • Coached by Richard Barrett
  • Helped Kennedale to a 9-3 record in 2012 and a regional appearance in the Class 3 Div. I playoffs
  • Compiled over 400 tackles in three varsity seasons at Kennedale
  • As a senior, Wade made 152 tackles with four sacks and 15 tackles for loss on his way to honorable mention all-state honors from the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors and first-team Super Team honors from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram
  • Made 130 tackles with five sacks as a junior
  • As a sophomore, Wade made 124 tackles with five sacks and nine tackles for loss
  • Chose Texas A&M over Arizona, Baylor, Clemson, Kansas State, Ole Miss, North Carolina, Texas Tech and West Virginia.

 

 

JaQuay Williams
Freshman WR Tyrone, Ga. Sandy Creek HS Fork Union Military Academy (Va.)
  • Comes to Texas A&M from Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia
  • Rated the No. 2 prospect nationally in the prep school ranks by Rivals.com
  • Originally signed with Auburn out of Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone, Ga., in 2012
  • Coached by Chip Walker at Sandy Creek
  • Caught 47 passes for 972 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior
  • Also returned two punts and a kickoff for touchdowns
  • Earned Class 3A all-state honors from the Georgia Sports Writers Association
  • Rated the No. 35 prospect on the Mobile Press-Register’s Super Southeast 120
  • Selected to participate in the 2012 U.S. Semper Fidelis All-American Game
  • Rated the No. 14 wide receiver nationally out of high school by Rivals.com
  • No. 16 WR nationally by Scout.com
  • No. 26 WR by ESPN.com
  • SuperPrep All-American
  • Chose Texas A&M over Auburn, Georgia, Mississippi State and South Carolina.

 

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