The Texas A&M Football coaches are putting their finishing touches on the 2013 recruiting class as signing day quickly approaches. There are still multiple spots available in the Aggies' 2013 class, so the current state of the class is in flux.
Wide receiver Tony Stevens decommitted from A&M over the weekend and committed to Auburn. That opens up another spot in the class.
Right now it appears that the Ags have three open spots in their class. Aggie head coach Kevin Sumlin surprised observers by landing defensive tackle Edmund Ray on signing day in 2012. It remains to be seen whether Sumlin has another trick up his sleeve for 2013.
With the graduation of Damontre Moore, the Ags have a huge need for defensive ends in this class. They need to add instant impact pass-rushers. Texas A&M will lose six starters on defense from the 2012 squad.
The offense should be prolific in 2013 with quarterback Johnny Manziel at the helm. If the Aggies want to compete for a Southeastern Conference and BCS title, then the defense will tell the tale.
They need a pass rush to keep opposing quarterbacks off balance. The Aggies need at least one defensive end in this recruiting class who can step in and contribute right away as a true freshman.
This is a signing day wish list for Texas A&M.