The Texas A&M football team has completed its first week of spring practice. A few of the newcomers have already begun to impress their coaches and teammates on the offensive side of the ball.
Due to the construction at Kyle Field, the Aggies will not have a spring game in 2014 or 2015. They will participate in practices and scrimmages during those practices.
This spring is important for the Aggie offense because they have to replace so many playmakers from the 2013 squad. They need to replace a quarterback, running back, two wide receivers and an offensive tackle.
There will be intense competition throughout the spring, especially at the running back and wide receiver positions where the Aggies have as much depth as any team in the country.
This is a look at a few of the Aggies' offensive players who stood out during the first week of spring practice.