Texas A&M had one of its better classes in years, including three players who ranked as the best at their position. Quarterback Kyle Allen, wide receiver Davante Noil and defensive end Myles Garrett are all headed to College Station.
Allen will come in and look to replace Johnny Manziel, who is leaving for the NFL, and it will be interesting to see what the Aggies can do without him.
But the offense hasn't been the problem for Texas A&M. Defensively, they have a lot of holes, which is why the Garrett signing is big. Also coming in to help out on defense is defensive tackle DeShawn Washington (No. 10), cornerback Nick Harvey (No. 10) and defensive tackle Zaycoven Henderson (No. 14). All three could come in and be immediate contributors.
Something else A&M fans should like is that 15 of the 21 signees are homegrown in the state of Texas. It was widely believed that once the Aggies joined the SEC, more players from Texas would head to the SEC as well, since there was a Texas team in the conference.