The Texas A&M football team enters the 2013 season a deeper team than it was in 2012. The 2013 Aggies are as deep and talented at some positions as any team in the country.
In 2012, the Ags entered the Southeastern Conference with very low expectations nationally. The prevailing wisdom was that if A&M won six games and qualified for a bowl, that would constitute a good season.
But Texas A&M shocked the nation and its SEC brethren by winning 11 games in 2012. The Aggies showed that they were just as tough in the trenches as any team in the conference.
The combination of the Ags' tremendous offensive line with the top playmaker in the nation at quarterback resulted in one of the most explosive offenses in college football. And on defense, a surprisingly strong front seven held its own in the league of champions.
The Aggies return 12 starters from those two units in 2013. Despite the loss of 10 starters, the 2013 Aggies will have more depth than the 2012 team.
This is a position-by-position breakdown of the Aggie football team from the position with the least depth to the position with the most. When looking at the 2013 team, the incoming freshmen from the 2013 recruiting class will be taken into consideration.