The Texas A&M football team will have more depth in 2014 than it has had during its first two seasons in the SEC. The 2014 campaign will mark the first time the Aggies will be two-deep at almost every position.
In order to be an elite team in the SEC you need to be three-deep at every position. The physical nature of the league means that no one will go the entire season without losing starters to injury.
This issue is especially apparent on the offensive and defensive lines. You need to be strong up front in order to win games in the SEC. That means that you need to be able to rotate defensive linemen throughout the game and not experience any drop-off on the offensive side when there are injuries.
The Aggies are not three-deep yet, but they are getting closer. Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin and his staff have done an excellent job of bringing in talent to Aggieland. The fans will begin to see the results on the field in 2014.
This is a look at what the Aggies depth chart will look like when they head into fall camp.