The mystery surrounding Tonny Trocha-Morelos is over.
The 6-foot-10 Colombian signed with Texas A&M.
“I am excited to add Tonny to our program,” Texas A&M head coach Billy Kennedy said in a statement. “He will have an immediate impact to our program. He is a skilled big man who affects the game on both ends of the floor.”
ZAGSBLOG previously reported that Trocha-Morelos would enter school in December.
A long and athletic post, Trocha-Morelos made a good impression over the summer when he played for the Colombian U18 Team at the FIBA Americas in Brazil, averaging 16 points and 10.2 rebounds per contest, both team-highs.
Additionally, Morelos played for Team Latin America at the ADIDAS Nations tournament where he led all players in blocked shots.
He was also recruited by Arizona, Baylor, Florida, Georgetown, Houston, Kentucky, Ohio State, Oregon, Providence, Texas Tech and UCLA, among others.
Trocha-Morelos joins a recruiting class that already includes Davonte Fitzgerald (Tucker, Ga.) and Tavario Miller (Houston, Texas).