Texas A&M baseball lands a commitment from former Alabama State star


The good news keeps coming for Texas A&M baseball, as new head coach Michael Earley will be well-equipped ahead of his inaugural 2025 season. With over half of the roster set to return and the program gaining several new additions through the transfer portal, the team’s strength and potential are undeniable.

An already busy month continued on Monday as the Aggies added two more players from the portal, starting with former Rice infielder Ben Royo and ending the night with former Alabama State star infielder Jamal George announcing his commitment to the program after two seasons with the Hornets.

George’s versatility is a game-changer for the team. His exceptional athleticism and ability to play across the infield and outfield positions make him a valuable asset. His impressive batting record further solidifies his potential, having hit .299 with 70 RBIs, 16 home runs, and 51 walks over the last two years, and .310 with 54 hits and nine home runs last season.

Adding obvious depth to an already loaded roster, George’s utility skill set is unmatched, providing Earley and his staff plenty to work with when exploiting every opponent’s weaknesses.

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