By Jeff Borzello
In his first August on the job, new Texas A&M head coach Billy Kennedy is making a major impact. On Friday, he nabbed a commitment from top-50 senior J-Mychal Reese, and on Sunday, he pulled off a major coup.
Kendrick Nunn, the No. 31-ranked prospect in 2013, popped for the Aggies. Nunn is a 6-foot-1 point guard from Simeon (Ill.) whose play in the spring and summer cemented his spot amongst the top guards in the country.
"Man, it's great down there," Nunn told CBSSports.com. "I like it a lot."
Nunn also held offers from Providence, Memphis, Florida State, Ohio, Saint Louis, Texas A&M, Arizona, Illinois and DePaul.
When he arrives in College Station in two years, Nunn's offensive ability should be noticeable immediately. The lefty is difficult to keep out of the lane, and his strength and athleticism enables him to finish at the rim with consistency.