Bishop Gorman QB Tate Martell decommits from Texas A&M

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Tate Martell, who has led Bishop Gorman (Nevada) to back-to-back USA TODAY Super 25 “mythical” national championships has decommited from Texas A&M.  He made the announcement via Twitter on Wednesday saying he was re-opening his recruiting process.

The 5’11”, 205 pound dual threat QB committed to the Aggies before the start of last season. Most recruiting services are reporting that Martell’s change of mind is due to the fact that Jack Spatival has moved from offensive coordinator at A&M to OC at Cal.

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