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Texas A&M extends scholarship offers to 2 WRs

Despite a lack of noise thus far in the receiving department through the transfer portal, the Texas A&M Aggies remain steadfast in their recruiting.

Former Alabama wide receiver coach Holmon Wiggins was brought in to help harvest talent in College Station, and ahead of his freshman season he has shown why. Elijah Green and Jacob Bostick announced via X that they had received scholarships from the Aggies.

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January 10, 2022; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide wide receivers coach Holmon Wiggins

Both trustees are in the transfer portal looking for their next home and listed Texas A&M as one of the schools they were considering – also citing Wiggins.

“Praise God!” Bostick, an Iowa Hawkeyes transfer, wrote on X. “After a great conversation with Holmon Wiggins, I am blessed to announce that I have received an offer from Texas A&M!”

“Appreciate all the schools that reached out and offered!” Green wrote. “With my time frame, I don’t plan on contacting any schools not listed below! God bless!”

So far, the Aggies have landed the third-highest transfer class in the country – which has strong defensive talent to add to defensive coordinator Jay Bateman’s squad – but they are in need of receivers after standout Jabre Barber was injured.

Green and Bostick will certainly help with that, and if their assessment of College Station and Aggies coach Mike Elko’s system is anything like the other transfers who have already committed, there’s certainly a chance the Aggies bring in strong talent to further their quest to support SEC success. .

But first both recipients must be convinced.