Texas A&M added to its overflowing cup of commitments on Saturday when it welcomed four-star wide receiver Tony Stevens into the fold.
Stevens chose the Aggies live on national television during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, adding another notch to the belt of one of the country's hottest programs.
A 35-member recruiting class (which will have be to trimmed before signing day) combined with an 11-win season and a Cotton Bowl victory over Oklahoma adds up to a solid first year for head coach Kevin Sumlin.
"It's just, like, they showed me love when I went down there," Steven said following his announcement. "I fell in love with all the coaches."
Stevens' announcement only adds to the momentum to what seems like an accelerating freight train.
The No. 164 high school prospect in America, Stevens felt College Station was the place for him.
After narrowing his list to include just A&M, Florida State and Ohio State, the Orlando-based senior settled on the Aggies before arriving in San Antonio.
Stevens is ranked as the No. 17 wide receiver in the class of 2013 and the No. 27 player in the state of Florida.
He finished his senior season with 519 yards receiving and seven touchdowns.