Texas A&M’s quarterback commit for the 2018 recruiting class suffered a terrible injury on Friday night.
According to a report from Taylor Hamm, Cade Fortin suffered a broken fibula and is out for the year. Fortin is a 3-star commit from Suwanee, Georgia and plays for North Gwinnett High School.
Unfortunate news for Texas A&M QB commit Cade Fortin. He sustained a broken fibula last night in the first quarter. Out for the year.
— Taylor Hamm (@_TaylorHamm) August 26, 2017
It’s a very unfortunate ending for Fortin’s high school career. The quarterback first committed to Texas A&M in August of 2016. The 6-foot-1 standout is the No.17 ranked pro-style quarterback.
The Aggies did land highly-rated 4-star quarterback Kellen Mond in the class of 2017. Texas A&M is yet to name a starter for the 2017 season opener, as the Aggies take on UCLA on Sept. 3.
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