Texas A&M Football Coach Goes On Rant About 5 Star QB Who Decommitted, Loses Two More Recruits

By Jason Fletcher

Late Wednesday night, five-star quarterback recruit Tate Martell took to Twitter to announce that he was reopening his recruitment and decommitting from Texas A&M.


The announcement didn’t sit well with Aggies wide receiver coach Aaron Moorehead who responded with a pretty heated Twitter rant that has since been deleted.

 I feel sorry for ppl who never understand loyalty. I can’t really even vibe with u. At the end of the day trust is ? & everything else is BS

— Aaron Moorehead (@Amo8685) May 5, 2016

I wasn’t even talking about who everyone thinks I’m talking about. I didn’t even know #badtiming #relevanttho #stillnoloyalty

— Aaron Moorehead (@Amo8685) May 5, 2016

Lots of tough typers tonight ??????????????? #soundsgood

— Aaron Moorehead (@Amo8685) May 5, 2016

People act like the truth is all the sudden a bad thing. Society is too sensitive. Y’all boys soft. #texastough

— Aaron Moorehead (@Amo8685) May 5, 2016

While I certainly understand Moorehead’s frustration, it’s never okay to attack a high school kid like that. The recruiting process is a one-time thing and choosing which is the best school would be the best fit for you and your family is an important decision. Martell obviously felt that he may have rushed his decision and wanted more time to evaluate which school he wanted to attend.

As a result of his rant, not only did Moorehead assure that there’s zero chance that Martell will ever attend Texas A&M, he also lost two wide receiver recruits in the process.


If I were Kevin Sumlin, I would seriously consider letting go of my wide receivers coach. If he can’t represent the university and program in a positive way, then he doesn’t deserve to be a coach of young men.

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