Found September 18, 2013 on College Spun:
Photo via @brybboone When Ricky Seals-Jones announced his commitment to Texas A&M, there was a lot of hype that came along with it — he was one of the most sought after recruits in the country. In fact, his parents reportedly refused upwards of $600k for his commitment (obviously would have been a MAJOR NCAA violation). In limited plays so far this season, Seals-Jones has lived up to the hype. While only recording 3 receptions for 84 yards and a touchdown, he has still managed to turn heads with his unbelievable athleticism. But unfortunately for the Aggies, his season may be over. Yesterday, Kevin Sumlin said on his radio show that there was a possibility that Seals-Jones would be medically redshirted, due to the ongoing knee injury that forced the true freshman to miss the Sam Houston State game as well as limit his action in the Alabama game this weekend. Per Sumlin: “He was in there a little bit (against Alabama), but his knee is kind of bothering him, and we’re going to do...
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One of Texas A&M's most hyped freshmen may have already played his last down of 2013. The Aggies are exploring the option of a medical redshirt for Ricky Seals-Jones, the nation's No. 1 wide receiver in the 2013 recruiting class. Jones caught a 71-yard touchdown pass against Rice in Texas A&M's season opener, but sat the following week after suffering a knee...
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