2025 5-Star CB out of Conroe (TX) has placed Texas A&M in his Top 10 program list

Before Jimbo Fisher’s dismissal last Sunday, recruiting had already taken a back seat. At the same time, many Aggie fans pondered Fisher’s future at the helm, but with associate head coach Elijah Robinson now taking over in the interim role with three games remaining this season, the future suddenly feels much brighter, and prospects are noticing.

Focusing on the 2025 cycle, five-star cornerback Dorian Brew, an elite defensive prospect who has been on the Aggies’ radar since Fisher offered him on June 13, has begun to narrow down his options, and you can be sure that he’ll be paying close attention to how the Aggie’s finish out the 2023 season, combined with the impending announcement of who will replace Fisher in 2024 and beyond.

On Thursday, the 6’2 195 CB from Conroe (TX) released his Top 10 program list, which includes Ohio State, Michigan, Texas, Florida, Florida State, Oklahoma, TCU, Oregon, Penn State, and Texas A&M.

According to 247Sports Composite, Brew is currently positioned as the 21st-ranked player in the 2025 cycle, the 4th-ranked cornerback, and the 5th-ranked player in Texas. Originally from Northmont, Ohio, Brew and his family moved to Conroe before the 2023 season, placing him in prime position for Power 5 scouts.

After taking an unofficial visit to College Station on June 17, any future visits will likely depend on the future coaching regime to take over at Texas A&M.

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