Texas A&M ranks 8th in public engineering programs and 12th overall. If you qualify for a scholarship from the university, which seems like a strong possibility since you have excellent stats, you would be eligible for in state tuition. If you are a NMSF or beyond scholarships are excellent. One drawback though is that they are on rolling admissions and engineering majors fill up quickly, some faster then others. I would suggest that if you are interested in applying that you do so quickly and possibly contact the school of engineering to get an idea of how likely it is that you will be able to get into your chosen specialty.