The Texas A&M football team enters the 2013 season with some of the best skill position talent in the country.
Though the wide receiver corps is young, they will develop into one of the best groups of receivers in the SEC by the end of the season.
The Aggies run a hurry-up spread offense which features four receivers on the field in their base formation. Aggie fans will likely see a lot of variations of scheme this year, as the addition of tight end Cameron Clear will allow the offensive coaches to be creative with their formations.
Do not be surprised to see a lot of two-tight end formations with Clear and senior tight end Nehemiah Hicks spread out in the slot. The addition of Clear to the team may limit the playing time for the wide receivers.
Aggie head coach Kevin Sumlin is a spread coach by training. There will be a lot of passes thrown to the receivers in 2013 despite the presence of some talented tight ends and running backs.
This is a look at the receivers who will be making plays for the Aggies on the field in 2013.