2024 4-Star OL Daniel Cruz will visit Texas A&M this Spring

It feels like football season is closer than ever as news has begun to ramp up this week regarding some of the upcoming recruiting visits for some of the top prospects in the 2024 recruiting cycle, as Texas A&M and Head coach Jimbo Fisher prepare for the start of spring practices on Monday, March 20th.

In the Aggies 2023 recruiting class, Fisher signed two of the top offensive lineman in the class, including 4-star Chase Bisontis (No.1 ranked IOL) and 4-star TJ Shanahan (8th-ranked IOL), setting themselves up for the future in the trenches. 2024 4-Star OL Daniel Cruz, one of the top interior offensive linemen in the class, is reportedly set to visit Texas A&M sometime this spring, most likely after the conclusion of the Maroon and White Spring game on Saturday, April 15th.

Standing at 6-3.5 and 295lbs, Cruz is currently ranked as the 23rd IOL, and 59th ranked player in Texas and has received offers from Alabama, LSU, Tennessee, Ohio State, Penn State, Oklahoma, Texas, Florida, Colorado, Arkansas, Texas A&M, and over 20 other programs, due to his rising skillset as one of the more athletic guard prospects in the country. Cruz has been a starting guard for Richland High School since his 2020 freshman season while being named Texas District 4-5A D-I first-team selection after his 2021 sophomore season.

The Aggies have been one of the premier programs for guard development over the past decade, producing numerous NFL prospects over the said period, it’s no wonder Daniel Cruz is at least interested in seeing what Texas A&M has to offer during his recruiting journey.

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