Times are certainly changing down at Texas A&M.
After putting together one of the most disappointing campaigns in college football this past season, the Aggies will now be looking for a fresh start with new coach Kevin Sumlin, who will be given the task of leading the team into its new home in the SEC.
Sumlin's been hard at work since the day he was hired, trying to shape this team for 2012, and it starts with the recruiting class he's had to try and keep intact.
The Aggies have already signed the biggest recruit of their 2012 class, QB Matt Davis, along with three others, and they currently have commitments from 20 recruits, but Sumlin still has some work to do to make sure he keeps the class together and to make sure he brings in a big haul on national signing day.
Here's a look at the five most important recruiting targets of Texas A&M's 2012 class.