They say blood is thicker than water. And Earvin Taylor has Texas Aggie blood pumping in his veigns. But does that mean that he's going to end up in College Station after all?
Well, it looks like A&M's chances got a whole lot better this weekend after Tyalor had an impressive visit to A&M, where his brother currently plays.
"I would give it a 10," Taylor, who was torn between Oklahoma and A&M before the visit.
"The other recruits were all there telling me that I needed to come join them since I'm family.
“I talked a lot with Reggie McNeal. He was talking to me about the new offense and how it's going to feature a pro-style attack."
So was it enough to push A&M into the top spot.
"I'm confused more than ever," he said. "But I would put A&M at the top."
Taylor has already visited Oklahoma and is now set to visit Georgia Tech on January 10 and Texas Tech on January 17.