The Texas A&M Football team enters the 2013 season with significant losses at the wide receiver position from the 2012 team. The Ags signed one of the top receiving classes in the nation and those freshmen are going to be expected to play immediately in 2013.
On national signing day every recruit is a star. The world is full of optimism as college coaches boast about the potential in their latest signing day haul.
The reality of the situation is that if half of the players who sign with a program end up playing a meaningful role in that program, then it was a successful signing class. No one knows how good a class really is until at least three years after signing day.
The Ags signed six wide receivers in the 2013 class. Do not be surprised if four of five of them see significant playing time in the fall.
How these freshmen adjust to the academic and athletic demands of college will go a long way towards determining what kind of success they will experience. The good news for the Aggies is that all six incoming receivers appear physically ready to play in the Southeastern Conference.
This is a projection of how each freshman wide receiver will perform in 2013.