Recruiting is the lifeblood of a college football program.
Signing Day 2013 has come and gone, and now the Texas A&M Football coaches are busy building a 2014 recruiting class that will help them compete for the 2014 Southeastern Conference and BCS title.
Now, the Texas A&M Aggies will always field one of the best offenses in the nation as long as Kevin Sumlin is the head coach,. They will be a threat to win on every Saturday because they will have the type of explosive offense that can score on anyone.
But the Aggies will need to focus recruiting efforts on helping build up their defense.
Sumlin and his staff are slowly but surely building the kind of depth on defense needed to field a championship level defense in the SEC. The Aggies brought in five defensive linemen in the 2012 class and six defensive linemen in the 2013 class.
They have one defensive tackle committed in the 2014 class. Sumlin knows that in the SEC you have to win the battle in the trenches in order to win the game. He is stocking the defensive line with the kind of depth that LSU and Alabama have.
Texas A&M will compete for the SEC title in 2014. This is a look at some recruits who the Aggies need to sign if they want to win the SEC in 2014.