NCAA Says Johnson's Letter of Intent With Iowa State Is Valid

Cyclone or Aggie?

On National Signing Day Arp's Sedrick Johnson made national headlines when the he switched his commitment from Texas A&M to Iowa State.

Then on Thursday, one of the countries top recruits made another surprising move.  Sedrick signed and mailed a letter of intent to Texas A&M.

Sources with told KLTV 7 that Sedrick's mother questioned the validity of the letter to Iowa State and wanted to have it voided because Sedrick's father signed it against her wishes.

However sources said on Friday the NCAA ruled the letter to Iowa State is valid and by the rules, Texas A&M is no longer allowed to contact Sedrick.

Sedrick's original plans were to attend Texas A&M and play football under Dennis Franchione. When Franchione resigned from A&M, Sedrick began to consider other options.