Texas A&M has reeled in another four-star recruit.
According to multiple reports, Waxahachie High School's Demani Jones has committed to play for the Aggies and head coach Jimbo Fisher.
Jones is the sixth-highest rated safety in the country for the class of 2019. He's also the 19th rated prospect in Texas overall, according to 247Sports.com.
The defensive back was also considering Texas, TCU and Alabama, amongst many other top college football programs.
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The first national signing day for the Class of 2019 is more than nine months away, but Fisher has already gotten commitments from three four-star players, including Jones, Colleyville Heritage wide receiver Kam Brown and Madison High School ( in Houston) cornerback Bobby Wolfe.
He's also gotten a commitment from five-star safety Brian Williams, who is a rising senior at Bishop Dunne High School in Dallas.
Overall, A&M now has seven commits in its 2019 class.