NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein ranks Texas A&M sophomore DE Myles Garrett as his No.1 edge defenders to watch in College Football in 2015.
Texas A&M redshirt junior T Germain Ifedi "can still improve his anchor, but he appears to have fewer holes right now than [Cedric] Ogbuehi had at this same stage," notes NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein.
Texas A&M senior C Mike Matthews "has the family gene for football toughness and intelligence, a strong anchor, and nimbleness in tight spaces, which is most crucial for the center position," notes NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.
Beat writer Sam Khan definitely said Texas A&M freshman QB Kyler Murray will not redshirt this season.
Texas A&M junior WR Josh Reynolds "stole the show as the most consistent threat for the Aggies offense last season," wrote Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Houston Chronicles' Brent Zwerneman notes that Texas A & M freshman RB Jay Bradford may be the fastest player on the team.
Texas A&M redshirt junior Brandon Williams is moving from RB to CB.
Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin "might not be able to turn down every NFL advance over the coming years," believes NFL Media.
Texas A&M OC Jake Spavital's "offensive pedigree is going to appeal to some athletic directors," notes NFL Media.
NFL Media ranks Texas A&M S Justin Evans as the No. 7 transfer player in the nation.
Former Oklahoma junior RB Keith Ford will transfer to Texas A&M.
In an interview with GigEm247.com on Tuesday, Oklahoma junior RB Keith Ford noted that he is "leaning towards" transferring to Texas A&M.
Texas A&M sophomore DE Myles Garrett will have to show that he can "hold his own better against the power-rushing SEC teams" that proved to be able to negate "his quickness with brute strength," according to NFL.com's Chase Goodbread.
Oklahoma junior RB Keith Ford will transfer, according to Josh McCuistion.
Texas A&M HC Kevin Sumlin said he was never concerned that freshman QB Kyler Murray would spurn the Aggies for baseball.