The Texas A&M football team just completed one of the best seasons in its program's history. This senior-led team is about to experience massive turnover on their roster, which will create opportunities for multiple incoming freshmen to start in 2013.
In 2013 the Aggies won 11 games for only the fourth time in school history. Their 41-13 victory over Oklahoma marked their first victory in the Cotton Bowl since 1988.
The Ags are going to lose 10 senior starters to graduation and two starters are leaving early for the NFL draft. Along with this turnover in the program comes opportunity for the younger players on the team and the incoming recruits to earn a starting spot.
Multiple members of the 2013 recruiting class will be counted on to start as freshmen. This is a look at which recruits are most likely to start for the Aggies in 2013 as they make a run at the Southeastern Conference and a national title.