The Texas A&M football coaches have signed the prospects in the 2014 recruiting class and their attention has moved on to the future of the program. If the Aggie coaches continue to recruit at this level, they will put one of the most talented teams in the nation on the field in three years.
The Aggies brought in a top 10 ranked recruiting class in 2013 and 2014. They currently have the No. 1 ranked recruiting class for 2015. They are on track to put a national title caliber squad on the field in 2016.
The 2013 Aggies football team struggled mightily on defense with a unit that ended the season ranked No. 109 in the nation in total defense. Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin and his staff have dedicated themselves to improving the talent on the defensive side of the ball, while still recruiting the top skill players on offense in the nation.
The coaching staff's hard work will be on display in 2016, when the Aggies roster will be stocked full of top-notch talent throughout the offense and defense. This is a look at what the Aggies' starting lineup will look like in three years.
Since this is a projection for three years down the road, there will be some players in the lineup who are recruits that have not signed, or even committed to, the Aggies yet.