The Texas A&M offense was a machine last season, led by Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Johnny Manziel.
But one of the primary pieces of that machine is now on to greener pastures in the NFL. Wide receiver Ryan Swope, the team's second-leading receiver from a year ago, is gone; leaving a major hole for A&M to fill opposite rising sophomore Mike Evans.
Who will step up at wide receiver for the Aggies? Your Best 11 lead writer Michael Felder and SEC lead writer Barrett Sallee take a look in this edition of The Program.