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Grading Texas A&M's Post-Spring Depth Chart
Jeff Roberson

The Texas A&M football team has completed spring practice. The Aggies developed depth over the spring and will enter the 2014 season in a much better position than they did in the 2013 season.

Texas A&M put a young team on the field in 2013 with limited depth, especially on defense. Head coach Kevin Sumlin and his staff have recruited well since they arrived in Aggieland. They had added an influx of young talent to the roster.

Their recruiting is beginning to pay off as the Aggies are starting to look like a typical SEC team with talented depth on both the offensive and defensive lines. They suffered a few suspensions during the offseason and the spring which limited their progress at certain positions.  

Even with these setbacks, the Aggies appear well on their way towards becoming an SEC title contender in 2014. This is a look at how every position on the depth chart shapes up after spring practice.  

 

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