Texas A&M Football: Who Is Replacing Every Aggie Taken in 2014 NFL Draft

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Texas A&M Football: Who Is Replacing Every Aggie Taken in 2014 NFL Draft
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The 2014 NFL Draft is complete and three members of the Texas A&M football team heard their name called. With three Aggies drafted in the first round there are going to be significant holes to fill on the 2014 team. 

Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin and his staff have recruited well since arriving in Aggieland in 2012. The have brought in consecutive classes ranked in the top 10 in the nation by 247sports.com. 

In 2014 Aggie fans will start to see some of the fruit of that labor as the team will be as deep as any time in recent memory. The talent, especially on the defensive line, will be as good as any Aggie team in 20 years. 

The Aggies will need to replace the three players who left in the draft, but Sumlin has been accounting for those losses in his recruiting. The Aggies have the talent on campus to step in for the departed players without missing a beat on the field. 

Johnny Manziel was a special player and you cannot replace what he brought with just one person. For this reason there will be more than one player who will be used to replace Manziel's production on the field. 

This is a look at the players who will replace Manziel, Mike Evans and Jake Matthews. 

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