A&M boss Jimbo Fisher talks about player suspensions

A&M boss Jimbo Fisher talks about player suspensions

Reports surfaced yesterday and have been confirmed by Gigem 247 that three Texas A&M football players in the team’s 2022 recruiting class… cornerback Denver Harriswide Chris Marshalland offensive lineman PJ Williams… had been suspended from the football team for off-field problems. The Boss of the Aggies Jimbo Fisherman was asked about the suspensions today on the SEC’s weekly conference call.

“We’re not talking about that,” Fisher said. “We keep everything we do in-house and what happens in-house, we keep it in-house.”

Fisher was also asked if the second-year running back LJ Johnson was still on the team. Johnson was reportedly unavailable for one of the team’s practices this week as the Aggies prepare to play Ole Miss this Saturday night on the SEC Network from Kyle Field.

“Yes” he replied.

Marshall has 11 receptions for 108 yards on the season. He has been assessed as a five-star prospect in the 247 Sports Composite and as the 25th-best prospect nationally (third-best wide overall) in the 2022 recruiting class, even though he only started playing football in his junior season (he also played basketball). Marshall was a 2022 Under Armor All-American who was named the 11-5A-II District Offensive MVP after his junior and senior seasons. In seven games as a senior, he posted 466 receiving yards to 31.1 receiving yards and scored eleven touchdowns. During his junior season, he had 45 receptions for 1,009 yards and 18 scores.

Harris didn’t play against South Carolina last weekend, but appeared in five games this season and had 14 tackles and three pass breakups. The Galena Park North Shore product was ranked as a five-star prospect in the 247 Sports Composite and the 59th top prospect nationally in the Aggies’ 2022 recruiting class. He was a 2022 Under Armor All-American following his senior campaign and led North Shore to the 2021 6A DI Championship. As a junior, he was named First-Team All-American MaxPreps Junior Player and Defensive Player of the Year of District 21-6A. After his sophomore season, he named first-team all-district Texas 21-6A at cornerback and helped North Shore establish a 15-1 record and its second straight Texas 6A DI championship. Harris was an early registrant and made it through spring football.

Williams was a four-star tackle for Dickinson, but had only seen three snaps so far this season.

Johnson has seen time primarily as a short-yard pundit this season with ten carries for 39 yards and two scores this season. He was a four-star prospect in the 2021 recruiting class of the Cy Fair High School program. As a senior, Johnson was named offensive MVP in one of the toughest Class 6A districts in the state. He rushed for 1,262 yards and 20 touchdowns while catching 14 passes for 255 yards and three scores. This follows a junior campaign that saw him average nearly 10 yards per carry as he finished with 1,951 yards and 37 rushing touchdowns.

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