Texas A&M received some really good news on Monday night when talented four-star dual-threat quarterback Kellen Mond announced that he has committed to the Aggies.

Mond, a former Baylor commit, is original from San Antonio but play at IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL. He chose the Aggies over Auburn and Ohio State.

The 6-3, 192-pound prospect is rated the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback for 2017, according to ESPN.

Texas A&M now has 15 verbal commitments for the class of 2017.
Filed Under: Texas A&M Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com


Good pick up!
Reply59 months
Why does the title say aTm lands top dual threat QB when it later says he is the No. 2 rated dual threat QB? Narcisse is the top dual threat QB.
Reply59 months
Kyler Allen Hill 4.0
Reply59 months
Good choice by Mond! Playing for the OC that developed Josh Rosen, Brock Osweiler, Brett Hundlay.
Reply59 months
Dual threat at ATM means he will bitch AND complain.
Reply59 months
Tiger bait.
Reply59 months
But what school will he transfer to???
Reply59 months
I'm going to some igm games this year, top talent will be on hand.
Reply59 months
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