The Texas A&M Football team finished a productive spring practice under the tutelage of first year coach Kevin Sumlin. Despite a solid spring, the Aggies still have multiple questions that could keep the coaches up all night as they prepare for their first season in the Southeastern Conference.
The team will now spend the summer working out with strength and conditioning coach Larry Jackson. They skill position players will participate in voluntary 7 on 7 games in order to improve their timing with the quarterbacks.
The coaches have to hope that a summer of conditioning will improve multiple positions on the team. Mike Sherman left a roster with a lot of talent, but there are definite depth issues at certain positions. This is a look at the areas of the team that will keep Sumlin awake late at night.