The Texas A&M football team has a roster that is almost completely stocked full of SEC-level talent. There are still some depth issues at certain positions, but the coaches have done a tremendous job of turning over the roster in the last three recruiting classes.
In order to be an elite program in the SEC, you need to be three-deep at every position. When the Aggies entered the SEC in 2012, they had good starters but suspect backups. In 2013, they lost a lot of those starters on defense and were forced to go with a youth movement that resulted in one of the worst defenses in the country.
The Aggies will benefit from suffering through those youthful mistakes in 2013 with a more experienced roster in 2014. The Aggies are not three-deep across the board yet, but they are making strides in that direction.
This is a position-by-position breakdown of the Aggies roster in 2014.