Texas A&M may still have questions going forward regarding the quarterback position, however the stacked receiver group appears to be an area of strength in the future. The latest player to join the Aggies receiver room will be Clyde Chriss, as he pledged to A&M over the weekend.

Rated as a four-star prospect and the No. 10 overall prospect from Louisiana by 247Sports, the 6-foot, 170-pound Chriss held over 20 scholarship offers, including an offer from nearly every SEC program. Chriss committed just prior to his scheduled official visit to College Station this weekend.

After tonight's home visit with TEXAS A&M. I would like to announce that I have committed to the AGGIES 👍🏾 GIG'EM pic.twitter.com/GJeha3byk6

-- kelejawan chriss (@kyddgotthem) January 15, 2016

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With Chriss' pledge, A&M now has 18 total commitments lined up in its 2016 recruiting class, which now featured two receivers.