Although Alabama is putting together a very talented recruiting class, so is Texas A&M. With a total of 34 commits, Sumlin and his crew have bagged up 11 of ESPN's top 300 prospects.
Pictured above is highly-touted receiver, Ricky Seals-Jones. Not only is Seals-Jones a fierce competitor, but he also holds a frame that is 6'5", 230 pounds. Joining him in the program is 6'4", 185-pound wideout Tony Stevens.
We all thought Johnny Manziel was dangerous in his freshman season. Imagine the possibilities for TAMU with these two receivers lining up on the outside.
Not only will Seals-Jones and Stevens play big roles catching the ball, but think of how easy it will be for them to push cornerbacks around and create space for Manziel to run like a gazelle into the end zone.
Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that they are also adding ESPN's No. 1-ranked tight end in Derrick Griffin—another weapon to catch balls and pancake SEC defenders with.
I'm sure Alabama will have no problem, though.