Nacogdoches High School football player Brandon Jones gestures with a "hook 'em horns" sign as he announces that he will be attending the University of Texas to play NCAA college football, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016, during a national signing day event in Nacogdoches, Texas, (Victor Texcucano/The Daily Sentinel)

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Texas A&M supporters made a documentary about Brandon Jones, then he signed with Texas

Posted February 3rd, 2016


A day after several Texas A&M football players were trolling Texas, the Longhorns may have gotten the last laugh on signing day.

Not only has Texas been one of the biggest story lines of National Signing Day, but Jones, a high-profile defensive back from Nacogdoches, Texas, signed with Texas over the Aggies.

Jones joining the Longhorns may not seem like a landmark moment for the Texas-Texas A&M rivalry, but then again not every recruit gets a documentary made about them that was made by a Texas A&M recruiting website.

Jones was the star of “On An Island: being Brandon Jones” which was made by

Here’s the trailer.

Well, that’s embarrassing because Jones was having none of it from Texas A&M on Wednesday:



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