The Texas A&M Football team produced four picks in the 2012 NFL Draft and six more players signed on to teams as undrafted free agents. Even though Ryan Tannehill was the highest drafted of the group, Randy Bullock will have the most successful season of any of his fellow rookies from A&M.
Success in the NFL is determined by a lot of factors. Being in the right scheme, under the right coach at the right time can mean the difference between a 10 year career and being cut in training camp.
Injuries can kill a career before it ever gets started. Some coaches, like Bill Parcells, prefer bigger players and will not even consider a player if they are "undersized" by NFL standards.
Tannehill, Bullock and Cyrus Gray should be locks to make their NFL squads while everyone else will have to fight it out in training camp.
This is a look at all of the Aggies who will be heading into the NFL as rookies and who is the most likely to have the best rookie season.