Isiah Jasey, a 6-foot-9, three-star power forward out of Killeen, Texas, will play his college ball at Texas A&M. The blue-chip forward made his announcement via Twitter moments ago.
Jasey's tweet confirms a report by ESPN's Jeff Borzello, who broke the news 10 minutes before the power forward made things official.
Jasey's tweet is his first since July 30, when he announced his final eight schools. Texas A&M edged out Georgia Tech, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon State Purdue, and SMU.
247Sports ranks Jasey as the No. 18 recruit in the state of Texas, and the No. 47 power forward in the class of 2017. Jasey plays his high school ball at Sunrise Christian Academy in Kansas. He becomes the second member of the Aggies' 2017 class, joining point guard TJ Starks, a 6-foot-2 three-star player who committed back in June.
A&M's class now ranks No. 5 in the SEC and No. 18 nationally.