The jewel of Texas A&M's 2013 recruiting class was wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones. The freshman from Sealy, Texas is a special talent, but needs to develop his skills if he wants to become a difference maker at the position.
The Aggies lost three of their starting receivers from the 2012 team to graduation. This opened up ample playing time for the incoming freshmen receivers.
Seals-Jones was part of a group of six receivers who signed with the Aggies in February. He leads that group in receiving yards and touchdowns through three games.
Seals-Jones is part of a group of wide receivers that, as a unit, are among the tallest in the nation. He needs to learn some of the finer points of playing the position before he can become a real weapon for the Aggies.
This is a look at what Seals-Jones has to do in order to take the next step in his development.