April 26, 2007

Dorsey playing the waiting game

Texas A&M loses its projected starting defensive tackle tandem of seniors Red Bryant and Henry Smith after the 2007 season.

Although the Aggies appear to be in good shape for the upcoming season with the likes of Kellen Heard coming back and the potential arrival of Arizona junior college player Michael Jordan, the loss of productive upperclassmen like Bryant and Smith mean that the 2008 recruiting class is crucial for the future of the Aggies 4-2-5 defense.

A&M already has a commitment from Aldine Eisenhower's Rod Davis and DeSoto's Tony Jerod is expected to be able to swing between end and tackle once he arrives on campus.

A&M has one other offer out at the position right now to Tyler John Tyler Adren Dorsey, and he has already been to the A&M campus for an unofficial visit.

However, Dorsey himself will tell you there's not much going on in his life regarding recruiting right now.

The 6-foot-4, 280-pound Dorsey has scholarship offers from Texas A&M, Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU, Baylor and Tulsa.

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