Texas A&M Football: The Good and the Bad of National Signing Day

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Texas A&M Football: The Good and the Bad of National Signing Day
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National signing day has come and gone, and Texas A&M football coaches signed their best recruiting class since 1998. As should be expected, there is good and bad news for Aggie fans on signing day.

Kevin Sumlin and his staff did a tremendous job of assembling a class that would address the immediate needs for the team in 2013. There were gaps on the Aggies roster, and the A&M coaches used this class to fill those gaps.

The Ags head into spring football with 12 starters departed from the 2012 squad that went 11-2. The 2013 squad has gaping holes at wide receiver, linebacker and on the defensive line.

The have depth issues from 2012 that needed to be resolved in this class, and the Aggie coaches did a very good job of addressing that issue.

This is a look at the good and bad from the Aggies' 2013 national signing day.

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