Texas A&M Football: How Move to SEC Will Impact Aggies' 2013 Recruiting Class

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Texas A&M Football: How Move to SEC Will Impact Aggies' 2013 Recruiting Class
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One of the main benefits of Texas A&M joining the Southeastern Conference was an expected boost in their recruiting.

The move to the SEC has resulted in a positive impact to the Aggies 2013 recruiting class. The Aggies recruiting should continue to improve as recruits see that the Ags can compete in their new league and the new coaching staff establishes relationships with Texas high school coaches.

With the move to the new conference, A&M is going to have to make some changes to their recruiting criteria. The coaching staff is going to recruit different areas of the country than they have in the past. They are also going to recruit a different type of player.

This is a look at how the move to the SEC has impacted A&M's recruiting.

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