Texas A&M is ‘high’ on the list of 2026 4-star WR Aaron Gregory

On3 imageby:Chad Simmons02/22/24

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Douglasville (Ga.) Douglas County four-star wide receiver Aaron Gregory has already established himself as one of the top sophomores in the country. Multiple schools are showing him a lot of interest, including Georgia Tech, Florida State, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UCF and USC

The Aggies hosted Gregory for an unofficial visit on the weekend of Feb. 3. That trip made a strong impression on the 6-foot-2, 170-pound wideout as Texas A&M “really moved up” his list following his time in College Station. 

“It’s a football town,” Gregory told On3. “The people that are around there love football, so it could be cool to go somewhere where they love football because that’s what I’m playing. That stood out.” 

Even though Mike Elko took over as the Aggies’ head coach a few months ago, Gregory has already built multiple strong connections on Texas A&M’s staff. He previously knew associate head coach/running backs coach Trooper Taylor from Duke and wide receivers coach Holmon Wiggins from Alabama

In addition to seeing Texas A&M, Gregory also visited Georgia and Georgia Tech – who he has been to between four and five times and three times, respectively – in recent weeks. In the meantime, the No. 1 player in Georgia is currently feeling good about his interest in the Aggies. 

“It’s high now,” said Gregory, the No. 7 overall prospect and No. 1 wide receiver in the 2026 On3 Industry Ranking. “I know some coaches are going to have to compete because I like A&M right now.” 

Gregory discusses his interest in other top programs

Texas A&M has Gregory’s attention, but multiple programs intrigue Gregory. In the spring, the four-star wants to make his first visits to Michigan and Penn State, as well as return to LSU, whose main contact with Gregory is co-offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach Cortez Hankton

Georgia and Georgia Tech also have Gregory’s attention. He proceeded to break down the two in-state schools, along with the Nittany Lions, Tigers and Wolverines. 

Georgia: “It’s Georgia. It’s the home state. My bond with the coaches is good and they have recently won national championships. I know they didn’t get it last year, but getting back-to-back titles is crazy.” 

Georgia Tech: “The receivers coach (Josh Crawford) is helping them get back on track. They’re doing something there.” 

LSU: “I’ve been to LSU, but I want to go back because I only went there for a little bit.” 

Michigan: “I hear a lot about Michigan… I do want to go down there to see it. It’s Michigan, so I want to see what they have to offer.” 

Penn State: “I have the offer from Penn State. They want me to come up there, so I’m really trying to get there.”