Houston (Texas) Stratford offensive tackle Robbie Frost committed to Texas A&M at the Aggies’ Night of Champions weightlifting event this past summer. While all may seem quiet on his recruiting front, he weighed in on the major factors that sent him to College Station.
“I haven’t set up an official visit [to Texas A&M] yet, I’m sure that we’ll do that sometime soon,” Frost said. “I probably will try to go early in December.”
Though he hasn’t officially visited College Station, Frost has had plenty of opportunities to acquaint himself with the A&M campus and traditions.
“Everybody in my family went there,” he said. “My mom, dad, five aunts, my grandpa, and my cousin just graduated from A&M last spring. We’re all really excited that they’re really playing well.”
While his decision to become an Aggie may have seemed all in the family, Frost got some help from dedicated recruiting from offensive line coach Jim Bob Helduser, who reportedly envisions Frost as an offensive tackle in their system. Whether he will line up on the right side, as he does now, or switch to the left side, is yet to be determined.
“They said they want me as an offensive tackle,” Frost said. “I’ll probably move in after the 4th of July.”
The standout lineman is ranked among the top 40 offensive linemen in the country. Despite Stratford’s early 2-5 record, Frost could still be considered for a variety of personal post season accolades.