Four-star quarterback Husan Longstreet commits to Texas A&M


The top-ranked player on the West Coast is taking his talents to the SEC.

Four-star quarterback Husan Longstreet from Corona (Calif.) Centennial announced his commitment to Texas A&M on the 247Sports YouTube channel, choosing the Aggies over finalists Auburn, Ole Miss and Oregon.

It was the latest domino to tumble in the ever-shifting quarterback landscape.

WHAT HUSAN LONGSTREET SAYS ABOUT TEXAS A&M

“I watched a lot of his tape at Kansas State and, shoot, it’s super explosive,” Longstreet said. “What coach Klein did at K-State showed me that he can get real crafty with it. Every college has their way of getting their quarterbacks in good spots and he did a great job.”

WHO ELSE WAS IN THE MIX?

After a flurry of campus visits the last few weeks, Longstreet settled on a final four of Auburn, Ole Miss, Oregon and Texas A&M. The choice ultimately dwindled down to Auburn and Texas A&M.

The Aggies had a lot of buzz and appeared to be the destination. A recent trip to Auburn swung the momentum for the Tigers, but it wasn’t enough to divert the signal caller’s path to College Station.

Longstreet also had Louisville, Miami, Michigan and UCLA in his previously announced top eight. USC, interestingly enough, drew an unofficial visit from the 6-foot-1, 185-pound prospect earlier this week and has maintained a steady line of communication despite holding a commitment from five-star Julian Lewis at quarterback.

WHERE HUSAN LONGSTREET RANKS AS A RECRUIT

Longstreet is the No. 5 rated quarterback, the Golden State’s No. 1 prospect and nation’s No. 28 overall player in the 2025 class, per the 247Sports rankings. He was the first quarterback to secure his ticket to the prestigious Elite 11 Finals earlier in the offseason at the Los Angeles Regional.

HOW HUSAN LONGSTREET FITS WITH TEXAS A&M

With finely-tuned mechanics and a quick release, Longstreet is one of the most exciting quarterback prospects in the land and now heads into his senior season with knowledge of where he’s headed to school.

That’s a big component for a player who seemingly calculates every move. He should bring dynamism to the A&M quarterback room. Longstreet has the variability to pick up difficult yards with his feet when he absolutely has to, but he’s unquestionably a pass-first prospect who carries plenty of creativity with him behind the line of scrimmage. In 12 games as a junior last fall, the impressive prospect was credited with 3,013 passing yards and 24 touchdowns while adding another 645 yards and seven scores through the ground.

“Husan has very, very high football intelligence,” said Anthony Catalano, who is the Centennial pass game coordinator. “He loves the game and, in his free time, I don’t think he does anything else. We’ve actually tried to get him into other things and at times he probably needs to get away, but he’s super competitive. You don’t get to see that much from him on the field because he is kind of quiet, but he’s always so locked in. He just wants to win.”

WHAT WE THINK ABOUT HUSAN LONGSTREET

247Sports national recruiting analyst Greg Biggins has been watching Longstreet up close for years and projects him as an elite college quarterback with immense potential.

“He has always been a gifted thrower but the ability to use his legs to pick up chunks of yards was a bit of a revelation and a part of his game he hadn’t shown before,” Biggins said. “Longstreet isn’t considered a big quarterback but has as strong an arm with one of the quickest releases as anyone in the 2025 class.”

Stay tuned to 247Sports for breaking news, insight and analysis as prospects across all classes continue to sort through their top contenders ahead of the much anticipated spring evaluation period.

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