Labor Day Decision for Blake
Colin Blake
Colin Blake
National Recruiting Analyst
Posted Sep 5, 2011

Texas A&M has been in the spotlight due to the cat they will be switching conferences after the 2011 season. Now they are in the spotlight for landing one of the top defensive back prospects in the state, a player a number of top programs were in on.

Colin Blake, a 6-foot-3, 170-pound cornerback from Brandeis (Texas) High was considering offers from a number of schools like Texas A&M, TCU and Oklahoma.

He was even drawing interest from the Texas Longhorns, who had yet to offer, so he had plenty of the best options in the region on the table.

On Labor Day he ended his recruitment after seeing all that he needed to see over the weekend while he was in College Station watching the Aggies drum SMU.

"I'm officially an Aggie," Blake stated. "I just wanna thank my family, friends, and all the people who showed me love this weekend and welcomed me with open arms. I also wanna thank the coaches who recruited me and gave me a chance to go to their universities. Can't wait to be in Aggieland!! Godbless & Gig'em !"

Blake is rated as a three-star prospect by and is rated as the #31 CB prospect nationally.

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