Texas A&M Football: Aggies Most Likely to Be Selected in the 2014 NFL Draft

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Texas A&M Football: Aggies Most Likely to Be Selected in the 2014 NFL Draft
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The Texas A&M Football team had five players selected in the 2013 NFL draft, including the No. 2 overall pick in offensive tackle Luke Joeckel. The 2014 draft should see multiple Aggies selected again.

The Texas A&M football program has produced top-10 draft picks in three consecutive drafts for the first time in school history. The Aggies have two All-Americans returning to their 2013 team, so Aggie fans should expect that streak to move to four in 2014. 

The Aggies' move to the Southeastern Conference and early success in the conference has resulted in improved recruiting. As long as Kevin Sumlin stays in Aggieland and the Ags continue to have success in the SEC, they should continue to provide top-flight talent to the NFL for years to come. 

This is a look at the players from A&M who are most likely to be selected in the 2014 draft. Since no one knows who is going to declare for the NFL early, this list was limited to the seniors on the A&M team. 

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