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Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer
Texas A&M has hired former Georgia offensive coordinator James Coley as its new tight ends coach, sources told ESPN on Friday. Coley was demoted last week, after UGA coach Kirby Smart hired former Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Todd Monken to lead his offense. Coley, regarded as one of the top recruiters in the FBS, worked with A&M coach Jimbo Fisher at FSU.
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This Just In
Four-star CB Brian George (No. 3 in ESPN JC50; Belle Glade, Fla./Highland CC) verbally commits to Texas A&M. George also considered offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida and Miami.
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Four-star Under Armour All-American CB Major Burns (No. 77 in ESPN 300; Baton Rouge, La./Madison Prep) verbally commits to Georgia. Burns, who was previously committed to Texas A&M and then LSU, also considered offers from Florida and Oklahoma.
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Four-star OLB Antonio Doyle (No. 103 in ESPN 300; St. Louis. Mo./Lutheran North) verbally commits to Texas A&M. Doyle, who originally committed to Missouri, also considered offers from Illinois and Oklahoma.
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