The wave of momentum Texas A&M has in recruiting right now has seemingly become a tsunami, especially considering the Aggies' latest pull.
ESPN 300 linebacker Jordan Mastrogiovanni, who has been committed to Oklahoma since June 14, has flipped his commitment to Texas A&M. The four-star inside linebacker confirmed the news to GigEmNation via text message on Sunday.
The 6-foot-2, 225-pound prospect from Dallas Jesuit is the No. 7 inside linebacker in the nation. He will join his high school teammate, J.J. Gustafson, a four-star offensive tackle at Dallas Jesuit who is also committed to Texas A&M.
Mastrogiovanni took an unofficial visit to Texas A&M on Oct. 20 for the Aggies' home game against LSU. He had positive things to say about the experience and Texas A&M.
Mastrogiovanni's commitment switch came fewer than 48 hours after the Aggies' 41-13 win over Oklahoma in the AT&T Cotton Bowl.