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Texas CB commit Kobe Boyce visiting Texas A&M for spring game

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A more important visitor for the Aggies on Saturday is probably four-star offensive tackle Grayson Reed.

Kobe Boyce
Kobe Boyce
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A week after picking up an offer from the Texas Longhorns and six days after committing to head coach Charlie Strong, Lake Dallas cornerback Kobe Boyce is headed to College Station to see the Texas A&M Aggies hold the school's spring game:

Is there any cause for concern? It's certainly not ideal that he's already taking a visit so soon after committing. If it's just a courtesy visit to honor a promise to the Aggies coaches made before his pledge, the Longhorns don't have much to worry about.

Boyce is a consensus three-star prospect rated as the No. 769 prospect, the No. 74 cornerback, and the No. 105 player in Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. The offer from the Aggies came the day before Boyce visited Austin and the Longhorns officially joined his recruitment.

But Boyce doesn't seem to be in danger of committing to Texas A&M after taking so little time to become a member of the Texas recruiting class. Cypress Creek offensive tackle Grayson Reed, however, is another story. The 'Horns were the leader for the 6'5, 295-pounder after his Junior Day visit in late February until the Aggies narrowed the gap recently. Now there's plenty of chatter that Reed will commit to Texas A&M on Saturday.

Texas wide receiver commit Damion Miller is also supposed to be in attendance for the spring game and he's a player to watch because he seemed to have a better relationship with the A&M commits than the Texas commits when I talked to him in Dallas last month. There aren't any flip predictions in his 247Sports Crystal Ball at the moment, but he's a guy Texas will have to work to hold onto.