WR Kemah Siverand Jumps on Board

It is great to be an Aggie! Right on the heels of Kyler Murray’s monumental announcement, the Aggies have secured another verbal commitment. This time it is from wide receiver Kemah Siverand. The Houston product is a consensus 4-star recruit and top 200 recruit nationally by all of the major recruiting sites. The Aggies offered Siverand on June 2nd, 2013 right after he participated in the Aggies summer camp. And just two days ago, Kemah offered up a glimpse of who he was considering with this tweet.


The fact that QB Kyler Murray chose A&M was enough for Siverand to shut it down. His commitment gives the Aggies their first wide receiver of the 2015 class and their 12th recruit overall. Talent attracts talent, and the best receivers will want to catch from the top quarterback. We can see that with Kemah’s commitment, and we could see it with 5-star wide receivers DaMarkus Lodge and Christian Kirk very soon.

NFTC2Kemah Siverand is 6’1” 190lbs. and boasts a 4.55 second 40 yard dash. He also has put up a 4.19 second shuttle time and 36.5” vertical. The outside wide receiver was not targeted very often last year. But when he was, he was extremely productive. Over the 2015 season, Kemah hauled in 25 receptions for 611 yards and 7 touchdowns. This was good for an impressive 24.44 yards per catch. Kemah also earned All-District 17-5A First Team honors and was a runner up as the top receiver at the Nike Football Training Camp in Houston.

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