The Texas A&M football team is busy preparing for the Cotton Bowl after a surprising 10-2 record in its first season in the Southeastern Conference. The future for the program looks very bright, but there are many holes that will be need to filled in the starting lineup before the 2013 season starts.
The Aggies' current senior class is a special group that led A&M to four consecutive bowl games. They signed to play for Mike Sherman in the spring of 2009 with the Aggies coming off a 4-8 campaign in 2008.
There are multiple members of this class who made tremendous contributions to the program during the last four years and have helped put the Aggies back into the top 10. Many players from this senior class will hear their name called during the NFL draft in April.
This is a look at the biggest holes the Aggies will have to fill on the team before the 2013 season starts.