Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports
A positional breakdown of what to expect on National Signing Day for arguably the best class in Aggie history.
Coming off an 11-2 record in his inaugural season at Texas A&M, Kevin Sumlin and his staff look to stock the pipeline with the talent necessary to be a perennial power in the Southeastern Conference. With the departure of several key veterans from the 2012 campaign, Coach Sumlin will need find some immediate contributors on top of building crucial depth.
The Aggies want to take a full class and sign 25 commits on signing day (not including the 8 early enrollees that are already taking classes). The class currently sits at 24, but that includes at least one player that will not qualify academically. If all goes according to plan, two defensive, four-star playmakers will switch their pledge to Texas A&M on Wednesday and put a nice bow on one of, if not the, best class in Texas A&M history.
This preview will go position by position of the 2013 class and breakdown who the Aggies already have committed, who they are still looking at, and how each of them fit into the program.