Southlake Carroll defensive back and receiver Sabian Holmes switched his commitment from Baylor to Texas A&M on Sunday evening.
Holmes, who was part of Carroll's 4x400 state championship relay team in May, had been committed to the Bears since October.
"Can officially call myself an aggie!!!!!" Holmes said on his Twitter account on Sunday.
He told ESPN.com his decision to switch his commitment was in large-part due to the Aggies' willingness to allow him to play receiver instead of defensive back.
Holmes helped the Dragons to their eighth state championship last month, with 11 catches for 138 yards and a touchdown to go with three tackles and a pass breakup in Carroll's 36-29 victory over Fort Bend Hightower and fellow Aggies commit Bralon Addison in the Class 5A Division I title game.
The 6-foot, 180 pound Holmes posted 1,250 yards and 14 TDs his senior year and joins Hurst L.D. Bell offensive lineman Kimo Tipoti and Aledo offensive lineman Michael Wilson as the third local commit for the Aggies.
He becomes Texas A&M's 24th overall commitment for the 2012 signing class.
The commitment is actually the third for Holmes, who originally committed to Texas State early in his senior season.
Verbal pledges are non-binding.
- Richland linebacker Jeremiah Tshimanga graduated high school early and will enroll at Oklahoma State next week.
- Arlington Bowie QB Kolby Listenbee also graduated early and will enroll at TCU next week.
-- Matthew Reagan