Recruiting is the lifeblood of all college football programs, and there are a number of uncommitted recruits in the 2014 recruiting class that the Texas A&M Aggies need to add in order ensure their success in the near future.
The Ags have a nice start to the 2014 class with 10 players (per Rivals) who have already made a verbal pledge to attend Texas A&M. It is early in the process, but the Aggies currently have the No. 1 ranked recruiting class in the nation (per 247 Sports).
Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin and his staff signed a top-10 class in 2013 (per Scout). That is a nice accomplishment, but they know that in order to be competitive in the Southeastern Conference they will need to sign classes like that every year. While the Ags signed one of the top 10 classes in the nation, it was only considered the fifth-best class in the SEC.
The Aggies will need to sign elite talent in 2014 if they want to continue to compete in the SEC. This is a look at some of the recruits they need to land in order to be competitive in the future.