Texas A&M freshman Deshawn Corprew has been ruled a non-qualifier and will not be eligible to play this season, according to a report from CBS Sports.
A source told NBC Sports that the school has yet to receive a final ruling from the NCAA as the process is “still working itself out.”
Corprew is a four-star small forward prospect from Virginia that was something of a recruiting coup for the Aggies. He had offers from programs like Kansas, Louisville and Texas when he committed to the Aggies in May. He initially committed to Arkansas-Little Rock due to concerns about his eligibility.
A&M now has a three-man recruiting class, including point guard J.J. Caldwell and bigs Eric Vila and Robert Williams.