The Texas Longhorns struggles in the 2021 class continued Saturday as three-star defensive tackle Albert Regis made his pledge to rival Texas A&M Aggies, he announced on Saturday afternoon.
And it’s happen. Thank God for every blessing he has gave into my life, I’m proud to say I’m committed to Texas A&M❤️ @CoachE_TAMU pic.twitter.com/jp0hthCPw8— Albert ‘Gods warrior ’ Regis (@Albertregis44) October 10, 2020
Regis is a two-way player for the Bulldogs, coming in at 6-foot-1, 300-pounds. In spite of his size, Regis actually plays as a tight end offensively for La Porte, showing off his athleticism and versatility. In 2019, he was a legitimate scoring threat offensively, with half of his total receptions resulting in touchdowns.
A one-time Minnesota Golden Gophers commit, Regis reopened his recruitment after receiving interest from Big 12 and SEC schools. He named his final six in August, but the Longhorns held a commanding Crystal Ball lead since shortly following his decommitment.
Regis picked the Aggies over the Longhorns, Arkansas Razorbacks, Ole Miss Rebels, Houston Cougars and Texas Tech Red Raiders.