June 13, 2007
Overview of A&M recruiting - Offense
The Texas A&M coaching staff apparently did their homework on the class of 2008 as the Aggies already hold 18 commitments in the middle of June.
With that being said there are still a few more spots that need to be addressed in this class for A&M before the pen hits the paper on National Signing Day.
Today we take a look at the Aggies' needs on the offensive side of the ball as well as who could possibly end up filling the voids.
This is a spot that was taken care of early when Bidville's Tommy Dorman committed to A&M back in the middle of February. The Aggies are only going to take one signal-caller and Dorman is the one.
Dorman fits well in the A&M system. At 6-foot-3 and 204 pounds with a 4.63 forty, Dorman has the size and speed that the A&M coaches seem to be leaning towards with their recent signees at the position.
Dorman is also a dangerous passer, as he proved at the Fort Worth Elite 11 camp when he won the accuracy competition. He is truly a dual-threat quarterback as witnessed by his 2,258 yards passing and 891 yards rushing a year ago. Even more impressive was his touch-to-interception ratio. He threw for 27 scoring passes with only two picks on the year.
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