Adrian Wolford isn't worried about taking the huge step from 2A Meeker to the SEC. The 6'5", 300-pound lineman has his sights set even higher. In fact, that is why he changed his commitment from Oklahoma State to Texas A&M in May.

Adrian Wolford isn't worried about taking the huge step from 2A Meeker to the SEC. The 6'5", 300-pound lineman has his sights set even higher. In fact, that is why he changed his commitment from Oklahoma State to Texas A&M in May. After he officially signed with the Aggies Wednesday morning, Wolford explained his decision. "The SEC and the coaches at Texas A&M are my best chance to get to the next level," Wolford said. He reports to College Station on May 28 to begin his college career. Wolford played on offense and defense in high school, but he is going to try to play offensive tackle for the Aggies because that is best chance to get to the National Football League. Wolford thanked his teammates and classmates for their support Wednesday morning. He said everyone had helped him in this process. "My teammates have stayed with me in this whole process from middle school on up," Wolford said. "My coaches always supported me no matter where I went. They pushed me in practice to go against anyone to keep getting better and better." Wolford originally committed to OSU, but in May of 2016, he was contacted by Coaches from the Texas A&M staff about reconsidering that decision. When he did change his mind, Wolford thanked Cowboy coach Mike Gundy for the offer but announced that he would instead join Kevin Sumlin's team.  He said coming into the year knowing he was preparing for this day made him focus more on his preparation and play during the season. "It made me work harder, knowing that I was going to A&M," he said. "It made me push myself harder than I ever would have."