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Texas A&M University-Commerce recruits

Texas A&M University-Commerce head football coach Guy Morriss announced today the receipt of seven letters of intent from six high school standouts in the state of Texas and another from Kentucky.

The seven-member signing class after the first day of the signing period is made up of a quarterback, a running back, a wide receiver, an offensive lineman, a linebacker and two defensive lineman.

Morriss and his coaching staff will be adding to this list in the upcoming weeks.

Here is a brief breakdown of the newest members of the A&M-Commerce football team.
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Brandon Colquitt
6-0, 190
Quarterback
Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound HS

A two-time all-district selection as a senior, he completed 164 of 294 passes for 2,037 yards and 23 touchdowns named team MVP in the season-opening win over Plano East, when he completed 24 of 35 passes for 275 yards and four touchdowns against Holtom, in limited action, he 19 of 28 passes for 373 yards and five touchdownsŠ earned second team all-district honors as a junior, he completed 174 of 299 passes for 2,087 yards and 16 touchdowns also received interest from Michigan State, Southern Mississippi, Tulane and Idaho State.
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Nova Finau
6-1, 225
Defensive Line
Hurst, Texas/L.D. Bell HS

Earned all-district honors...led the team with nine tackle and 11 tackles for minus yardage as a senior.
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Dionte Garrett
6-0, 180
Wide Receiver
Garland, Texas/Lake Highlands HS

Caught 29 passes for 767 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior earned all-district and all-city honors as a senior.
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Derek Lee
Linebacker
6-0, 225
Bolivar, Mo./Bolivar HS

One of the top linebackers in the state of Missouri, where he was a two-time all-state selection...as a senior, he made 156 tackles ­ including 100 solo efforts recorded seven tackles-for-loss, including four sacks earned Central Ozarks Conference Player of the Year honors in offense as a junior and in defense as a senior an accomplished wrestler, where he ranks No. 1 in the state of Missouri at 215 lbs.
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Dnomyar White, Jr.
6-1, 215
Defensive Line
Arlington, Texas/Juan Seguin HS

A four-sport athlete at Juan Seguin High School, where he has participated on the football, wrestling, baseball and track and field teams a three-year letter winner and two-year starter on the football team recorded a program-best number of tackles as a freshman.
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Aaron Wingfield
5-8, 180
Running Back
Arlington, Texas/Kennedale HS

Ran for an average of 9.3 yards per carry and 165.6 yards per game as a senior en route to 212 carries for 1,987 yards and 26 touchdowns en route to all-state honors he had four games in which he ran for over 200 yards named all-district and District 12-3A Player of the Year served as team captain
during his senior year member of the 4x100, 4x200 and 4x400-meter relay teams in track and field.
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Connor Wise
6-3, 265
Offensive Line
Louisville, Kentucky/DuPont Manual HS

An honorable mention all-state selection and all-district honors at one of the top programs in the state of Kentucky as a senior capable of playing guard or tackle...selected to participated in the East vs. West all-star game in the state of Kentucky.

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