Ricky Seals-Jones signs with Texas A&M: Highlight video, ratings and more

Bud Elliot, SB Nation

Johnny Manziel will have a big target in 2013.

Wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones, out of Sealy, Texas, has signed his letter of intent to play football at Texas A&M. Seals-Jones chose the Aggies over offers from LSU, Notre Dame, Oregon, and many others. He made his decision in December to join a massive, top-ranked Texas A&M class .

Scout and Rivals rank Seals-Jones as the top receiver in the 2013 class. ESPN pegs him as No. 8. He also played at quarterback quite a bit in high school, often running the read option or speed option. Seals-Jones is left-handed, so odds are the Aggies use him on a wide receiver pass trick play at some point.

His big body also makes him a candidate to play tight end at some point, but he does have the athleticism to stick at wide receiver. He has the potential to rack up some big numbers in Kevin Sumlin's fast-paced offense, and that likely played a part in his decision.

For more on the elite jumbo athlete, check out his StoryStream, which includes an in-depth scouting report on the prospect known as RSJ.

Ratings: 5 stars (Scout), 4 stars (ESPN)

Vitals: 6'5, 220 pounds

Other offers: LSU, Notre Dame, Baylor, Mississippi, TCU, Texas Tech, Texas

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