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Look: Former Texas A&M Star Not Happy With 5-Star Recruit

Texas A&M QB Kyle Allen dropping back for a pass.

COLLEGE STATION, TX - SEPTEMBER 12: Kyle Allen #10 of the Texas A&M Aggies drops back to pass in the first half of their game against the Ball State Cardinals at Kyle Field on September 12, 2015 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

A former Texas A&M star took to Twitter on Monday to voice his frustration with a five-star recruit.

Johntay Cook, a five-star wide receiver in the 2023 cycle, visited Texas A&M recently. During the visit, and while wearing a Texas A&M jersey, he took a shot at the Aggies.

"I still ain't seen no football trophies," he said.

Former Texas A&M star Leon Neal Jr. doesn't want Cook to put on an Aggies jersey again.

"I ain’t goin lie you gotta take that jersey off young bull…," he responded.

With that being said, Cook has previously admitted he likes Texas A&M. However, a lack of trophies as of late is probably going to factor into his decision.

"Texas A&M was pretty fun. Cook told Sports Illustrated in October of his trip to College Station. "I liked it down there. (I went to) Texas A&M twice."

Texas A&M doesn't have any excuses to not win a trophy this upcoming season. Jimbo Fisher and the Aggies dominated the 2022 recruiting cycle, bringing in a plethora of five-star talent.

If Texas A&M can't challenge for the SEC title this upcoming season fans won't be happy.