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Aggies Secure Arkansas' No. 1 Recruit (Again) for 2022


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Stop us if you've heard this one before: The Texas A&M Aggies have landed the best prospect from the state of Arkansas.

This has now happened for three-consecutive seasons, so it's clear Jimbo Fisher has a strong football recruiting game plan in place.

Isaiah Sategna, a four-star wide receiver from Fayetteville High School, has been lauded for his work on the field, and he looks ready to join the NCAA ranks as soon as he graduates in 2022

Isaiah Sategna Commits to Texas A&M 

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Wide receiver Isaiah Sategna had several teams to choose from, including Arkansas, Arkansas State, Auburn, Baylor, Cincinnati, Colorado, Florida State, Kansas, Louisville, Memphis, Michigan, Middle Tennessee State, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, North Texas, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Penn State, SMU, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas Tech, USC, and West Virginia.

One would think that the Razorbacks would have had a geographic advantage, but the Aggies' offer to join their recruiting class was too strong.

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Sategna will take an official visit to College Station in June, which will be an exciting next step for the wide receiver.

WR Isaiah Sategna Highlights 

Isaiah Sategna is a four-star wideout with blazing speed. He is also a prominent track and field star.

His father, Mario Sategna, is the assistant track coach for Arkansas, and his mother, Dahlia, ran for LSU and even participated in the Olympics.

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Sategna uses his wheels to breeze past defensive backs with ease. In 2019, he got acclimated to the varsity level with 691 receiving yards and a touchdown. He got even better in 2020, generating 823 yards and eight scores.

Isaiah Sategna has incredible potential. His legs will get him looks deep down the field, and if he can work on his route running and footwork, the NFL may not be too far away.

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