Reports: Texas A&M lands coveted 2015 DT Daylon Mack

Reports: Texas A&M lands coveted 2015 DT Daylon Mack

Updated Mar. 4, 2020 12:42 p.m. ET

Texas A&M can expect a big addition to new coordinator John Chavis' defense. 

Defensive tackle Daylon Mack, the nation's No. 11 overall talent in the 2015 class according to, plans to sign with Texas A&M over TCU and Texas on Wednesday. 

The NBC affiliate in Dallas-Fort Worth first reported the news, citing a source. 

ESPN-Central Texas and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram both confirmed the news on Tuesday, citing sources at Mack's high school in Gladewater, Texas and at TCU, respectively. 


The 6-foot-1, 330-pounder hosted all three schools at his home last month and visited both Texas and Texas A&M. He had planned an unofficial visit to TCU last weekend but canceled to mull the decision with his family. On Saturday, Mack said he'd made up his mind after decommitting from Texas A&M on Dec. 19.

Mack plans to announce his decision at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday


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