Texas A&M and head coach Mike Elko hope to secure the first 2025 commit after hosting countless prospects the last two weekends, including four-star wide receiver Taz Williams out of Red Oak, Texas. Knowing that the 2024 season could be the last for several starting wide receivers, reloading at the position is an absolute must.
On Saturday, it was revealed that Williams and the Aggies are in good standing after his recent visit, but will have notable competion with the likes of Georgia Tech and Penn State, but according to his recently revealed visit scheudle, Texas A&M will be the last visit on Saturday, Feb 3, just a week after visiting the Nittany Lions on the Jan. 27, and his finishing up his visit Georgia Tech this weekend.
Finishing up the 2023 season on a very high note, Williams recorded 80 receptions, 1,251 yards and 14 touchdowns through the air, possessing the speed, quickness, and run after catch ability that has already awarded him nearly 50 offers so far.
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According to 247Sports Composite, Williams is currently positioned as the 241st-ranked player in the 2025 cycle, the 29th-ranked wide receiver and the 40th-ranked player in Texas.