Jeffery Carter, the No. 45 ranked prospect in the Class of 2019, is staying home for college.
The nation's No. 4 ranked cornerback adds to what could be a record-setting class for the Aggies, who have never finished higher than No. 4 in the 14 years ESPN has ranked prospects and recruiting classes.
The Fort Worth-area prospect also continues the Aggies' run of reeling in top prospects in the Lone Star State. Texas A&M now has four of the top-10 ranked prospects in the state on the commit list, and nine of the top 20. The Aggies inked just two of the top 20 prospects within the state lines in February.
Texas A&M signed the No. 16 ranked class in the 2018 cycle with a strong February close under Fisher and staff.