New Jersey’s top prospect has made up his mind.
On Sunday, four-star offensive lineman Chase Bisontis announced his commitment to Texas A&M. Bisontis limited his decision to the Aggies and hometown Rutgers, as well as Michigan State and LSU.
Bisontis had previously announced the date and time of its announcement. The Don Bosco product took to Twitter on Sunday afternoon to make it official.
Bisontis is currently ranked as New Jersey’s top prospect, according to 247Sports. He is the No. 9 ranked offensive tackle and the 62nd overall player in the nation in their composite rankings.
Bisontis has held dozens of Power Five offerings from some of the top programs in the country. This included countries like Alabama, Georgia, Clemson, Michigan, Ohio State, Notre Dame, and Oklahoma.
Bisontis’s commitment now gives Texas A&M two four-star composite offensive linemen in the Class of 2023, alongside Colton Thomasson. Bisontis is also the first commitment for Steve Addazio, who joined Texas A&M as offensive line coach in January.
Greg Schiano and the Scarlet Knights have been successful in keeping players in their home country in recent years, especially along the offensive line.
Four-star offensive lineman Jacob Allen is the No. 2 player in New Jersey’s Class of 2022 ranking and has decided to attend Rutgers. He is one of the top three recruits in the class to join the Scarlet Knights.
In the Class of 2023, Scarlet Knights rookies JaSire Peterson and John Stone are both top-11 ranked offensive linemen in the state. On Friday, Rutgers added an explosive point guard in Irvington wide receiver Famah Toure.
The Scarlet Knights’ recruiting class still ranks 39th in the nation and 10th in the Big Ten, according to composite rankings.