Three Players From Texas A&M’s Top Ranked Recruiting Class Are Suspended Indefinitely

NCAA Football: New Mexico at Texas A&M
Sep 18, 2021; College Station, Texas, USA; A view of the Texas A&M Aggies logo on the touchdown pylon during the game between the Texas A&M Aggies and the New Mexico Lobos at Kyle Field. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The 2022 college football season has not gone the way the University of Texas A&M had hoped. Now it is suffering losses both on and off the field, as indefinite suspensions have been handed down to three members of the school’s top ranked 2022 recruiting class. The suspensions have been issued to five-star defensive back Denver Harris, four-star wide receiver receiver Chris Marshall and four-star offensive lineman PJ Williams as the result of a locker room altercation.

The incident reportedly took place last Saturday after the Aggies suffered a 30-24 loss to South Carolina. The loss dropped the school to 3-4 overall on the season and 1-3 in the SEC. Harris was named as part of the freshman All-American team by The Athletic. Additionally, Marshall has netted 11 receptions for 108 yards and Williams provided quality depth for the Aggies offensive line.

While the suspensions are significant, this is not the only instance where Texas A&M has suffered multiple suspensions nor is this the only time Harris and Marshall were suspended for off-the-field issues. In addition to Harris and Marshall, players such as five-star wide receiver Evan Stewart and four-star defensive back Deyon Bouie were suspended for a game back in September for allegedly violating curfew.

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