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Texas A&M spring football breakout candidate No. 4: 2017 could be the start to a promising career for Larry Pryor

Texas A&M spring football breakout candidate No. 4: 2017 could be the start to a promising career for Larry Pryor

On Monday, sophomore cornerback Charles Oliver snagged the fifth spot on Texas A&M's top five breakout candidates.Oliver's fellow defensive back Larry Pryor similarly saw the field more last season after injuries. Like Oliver, Pryor proved last year he could step into a starting role in 2017.No. 4 breakout player: Larry Pryor, redshirt sophomore DBA solid safety trio of Justin Evans, Donovan Wilson and Armani Watts prevented Pryor from seeing the field much early on as a freshman. But after Watts missed five games with an injury, Pryor played well as a starter. He even intercepted Ole Miss'...
The Eagle Mar 22, 2017

Quarterback not only position Texas A&M working hard to solidify this spring

Who might be emerging as Texas AM's starting quarterback is what the fans want to know about spring training, but it's just one of many key areas the Aggies are hoping to solidify. Finding Trevor
The Eagle Mar 22, 2017
Robert Williams' return one of many reasons for optimism for Aggie men

Robert Williams' return one of many reasons for optimism for Aggie men

Over the past month, Texas AM men's basketball coach Billy Kennedy has not been shy about discussing the potential of next season's team. His eyes light up and his voice resonates with enthusiasm

Aggies knock off Owls to end losing streak

A&M prevailed 8-5 behind a strong outing from reliever John Doxakis (1-1), who struck out four and allowed three hits and a lone run over four middle innings. Joel Davis led the Aggies with three RBIs, while Logan Foster added a team-high three hits. Ford Proctor led the Owls with three hits.
10 things to know about former Arlington Martin/A&M star and likely No. 1 draft choice Myles Garrett

10 things to know about former Arlington Martin/A&M star and likely No. 1 draft choice Myles Garrett

Texas A&M's Myles Garrett, a former Arlington Martin standout, is likely to be the top overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft in April.Here are 10 things to know about Garrett.'Unblockable'Garrett, according to maxpreps.com, had 132 solo tackles and 33.5 sacks in three years of varsity football at Arlington Martin. As a senior, he had 20.5 sacks and 39 tackles for losses. "Right now, he is unblockable," Martin coach Bob Wager told ESPN. "We've had some great players here that have wrecked havoc and done some great things here, but Myles Garrett is so quick off the ball. He is so explosive, and he...
Power forward Robert Williams returning to Texas A&M

Power forward Robert Williams returning to Texas A&M

Texas A&M’s 2017-18 basketball hopes received an enormous boost Tuesday when power forward Robert Williams decided he will return for his sophomore season. Williams, the SEC Defensive Player of the Year, was a potential NBA lottery ...
The Eagle Mar 21, 2017
A&M forward Robert Williams will return for sophomore season

A&M forward Robert Williams will return for sophomore season

Texas AM freshman forward Robert Williams announced that he will return to play his sophomore season Tuesday, according to the basketball program.
The Eagle Mar 21, 2017
Texas A&M's Williams to return for sophomore season

Texas A&M's Williams to return for sophomore season

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Texas AM freshman standout Robert Williams says he is returning for another season in college.
Williams' return to raise expectations for A&M basketball next season

Williams' return to raise expectations for A&M basketball next season

As Texas A&M's men's basketball season wrapped up, it seemed one of the SEC's best players was not going to be playing for the Aggies next season.Freshman Robert Williams, a 6-9 forward who turned into a shot-blocking, rim-rattling draft prospect, seemed destined for the NBA after one season in College Station. On Tuesday, Williams announced he will be coming back for at least one more year.That piece of good news bodes well for an A&M team that fans will be expecting to make the NCAA tournament, at the very least. The Aggies are now expected to return all four leading scorers from this...
Houston Chronical Mar 21, 2017

Projected lottery pick Robert Williams to return to Aggies for another season

Despite a freshman season that projected him to be a possible Top 10 pick in this year's NBA Draft, Texas A&M's Robert Williams announced he will return to the Aggies for his sophomore season.
Report: Top NBA draft prospect could return to A&M for sophomore year

Report: Top NBA draft prospect could return to A&M for sophomore year

The odds of Robert Williams' return to Texas A&M for his sophomore year seemed slim a few weeks ago. But according to a report, one of the top prospects in the upcoming NBA Draft could be back in College Station next year.The freshman forward appears to be on the verge of coming back to Texas A&M, according to Yahoo's Adrian WojnarowskiWilliams, a rangy 6-9 forward with an 86-inch wingspan, is the No. 10 prospect in the upcoming draft according to DraftExpress.com. Williams averaged 11.9 points, 8.2 rebounds and 2.4 blocks in 31 games. He was named the SEC's Defensive Player of the Year was a...
Texas A&M's No. 5 breakout player this spring: Charles Oliver could emerge at cornerback alongside Priest Willis

Texas A&M's No. 5 breakout player this spring: Charles Oliver could emerge at cornerback alongside Priest Willis

Over the next two weeks, SportsDay will highlight the top five breakout candidates for each school this spring. Texas A&M certainly needs quite a few with some of its depleted position groups.Charles Oliver comes in at No. 5 for the Aggies, who will need a cornerback to step up alongside Priest Willis. This sophomore's play late in the 2016 season shows he can answer that call.No. 5 breakout player: Charles Oliver, sophomore DB.Priest Willis was serviceable in his first season after transferring from UCLA. The Aggies didn't have much luck on the other side, as a long-term answer wasn't found...
Houston Chronical Mar 18, 2017

Texas A&M's record rally from 21 down stuns Pennsylvania

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Khaalia Hillsman scored 27 points and Texas A&M overcame a 21-point deficit in the fourth quarter to stun Penn 63-61 on Saturday for the biggest comeback in women's NCAA Tournament history. Hillsman scored the go-ahead basket with 19.1 seconds left as the fifth-seeded Aggies finished the game on a 27-1 run to beat the 12th-seeded Quakers. The Aggies scored 20 points from the free-throw line (20 of 26), including 13 points from the line in the fourth quarter.
Houston Chronical Mar 15, 2017

UC Davis beats NC Central in First Four

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Chima Moneke had 18 points and 12 rebounds as UC Davis won in its first NCAA Tournament appearance, beating North Carolina Central 67-63 in a First Four game on Wednesday night. The 16th-seeded Aggies rallied in the second half and held off North Carolina Central down the stretch to earn a trip to Tulsa to play No. 1 seed Kansas on Friday. Brynton Lemar scored 15 points and Lawrence White added 14 for UC Davis, which had earned a trip to the tournament by winning the Big West Conference Tournament.

Longhorns capitalize on Aggies' errors in historic rivalry game

A&M, which hasn't competed in the Big 12 in nearly five years, played its first game on UT's home field since April 29, 2012. The Longhorns and Aggies now play one midweek contest a season on alternating fields, after playing 368 games as Southwest Conference and Big 12 rivals.

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