Texas A&M’s 18-Year-Old 5* Freshman Looks Like A Full-Grown Man After Just Six Months On Campus

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  • Texas A&M landed Gabriel Brownlow-Dindy during the Early Signing Period.
  • The five-star defensive lineman was a huge get for the Aggies.
  • Since enrolling early, the Florida-native already looks significantly bigger than most grown men.

When Gabriel Brownlow-Dindy committed to Texas A&M in December, it marked one of the biggest flips in the Class of 2023. And now he looks like a monster.

Brownlow-Dindy, a five-star defensive line recruit who is the No. 5 player at his position and No. 17 overall player in his class, hails from Lakeland, Florida. He had 27 total offers from top-tier FBS programs and could have played anywhere he wanted.

Initially, that was Oklahoma. Brownlow-Dindy committed to the Sooners in October.

However, when Lincoln Riley left OU for USC, that changed. Brownlow-Dindy took shots at Riley and detailed his false promises before decommitting from the program.

He then went on to sign with Texas A&M on the first day of the Early Signing Period, arrived in College Station in January and enrolled early. After only six months with the program, Brownlow-Dindy looks completely different.

At 6-foot-3, 280 pounds, Brownlow-Dindy was not a small recruit by any means. He continuously posted elite testing numbers throughout his recruitment and put up huge numbers and impressive tape on the gridiron.

And now he’s even bigger. Brownlow-Dindy is already up 20 pounds since enrolling at A&M. He stands 6-foot-3, 300 pounds — and every bit of 300 pounds.

Brownlow-Dindy is only 18 years old, but he looks like a 42-year-old defensive line coach. It’s insane.

Brownlow-Dindy was part of the best recruiting class of all-time and A&M hopes that he can be an immediate contributor to a national championship run. At his size, it’s hard to imagine an offensive line