Texas Football News: Four-star QB target Kyler Murray "still committed" to Texas A&M

Despite a surprise visit to the Texas Longhorns on Wednesday, four-star quarterback Kyler Murray is still publicly maintaining his commitment to the Texas A&M Aggies.

“(I’m) still committed to A&M,” Murray said to the Dallas Morning News during the newspaper’s recent Heroes Banquet, via Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle.

One of the nation's top recruits, Murray has maintained his verbal pledge to Texas A&M despite multiple schools attempting to flip him. However, after he joined coveted Cedar wide receiver DaMarkus Lodge for a visit to Ann Arbor Wednesday, the Longhorns appeared to have the inside track to change Murray's mind.

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As the Chronicle's Brent Zwerneman wrote on Friday, "Murray and Lodge both posted pictures of Longhorns jerseys on their respective Twitter pages on Wednesday afternoon, setting the Internet abuzz among followers of recruiting. Meanwhile A&M offensive coordinator Jake Spavital, who’s close with Murray, is expected to visit Murray and Lodge today in the Metroplex, according to multiple recruiting websites."

If the highly-touted Allen High QB decides to spurn A&M for Texas, ESPN recruiting analyst Jeremy Crabtree has offered that it "would be the biggest Texas (high school) moment in the last 20 years.”

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