The Texas A&M Football team is participating in their second week of spring practice this week. The Aggies practiced for a week before spring break, and will now practice until the culmination of the spring season on April 13th when they play the spring game.
The Aggies are coming off an 11-2 season and a Top Five national ranking in 2012. They need to replace six starters on defense and six starters on offense.
Spring practice is a time for coaches to evaluate the younger players on the team while they determine who will help the team in the fall. It is a particularly important time for quarterbacks Matt Joeckel and Matt Davis, who are competing for the backup quarterback spot.
Spring allows the Texas A&M coaches the chance to experiment with players at different positions. It represents an opportunity for players to climb up the depth chart.
This is a look at whose stock is up and whose stock is down during the second week of spring practice.