Jerrod Johnson led Texas A&M to a 6-7 record in the competitive Big 12 but if his increase in production is any indication, the Aggies should be much improved this season.
Johnson, a 6'5", 243-pound physical specimen, threw for 3,579 yards and 30 touchdowns, while adding eight more scores on the ground last season.
He passed for nine more touchdowns and threw for 1,100 yards more than in his sophomore season, a significant improvement for the senior.
In his final season, Johnson is one of only five returning starters on offense, but the dynamic duo of Christine Michael and Cyrus Gray return at running back, giving the Aggies one of the most dangerous backfields in the country.
The offensive line may be a concern as only two starters return to an otherwise inexperience unit, but Johnson's speed, strength, and athleticism will still provide the Aggies with plenty of opportunities to score.
While it may not be ready to challenge Oklahoma, Nebraska, or Texas for the Big 12 crown, Texas A&M, with Johnson under center, is definitely capable of surprising teams and fans this season.