Replacing Aggies Heading To The NFL

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Apr 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell introduces offensive tackle Luke Joeckel (Texas A

The Texas Aggies aren’t getting hit as hard as some other teams but they are losing some key players. Last year their starting left tackle Luke Joeckel was drafted early on and many wondered how Manziel would do but he seemed to do just fine without him. All they had to do was plug in a guy with a NFL pedigree in Jake Matthews. Now that Matthews is heading to the NFL where his cousins Clay and Casey as well his brother Kevin currently play. The youngest brother Mike will be back in College Station next season playing center much like Kevin did for the Aggies.

Players leaving that have a possible chance in the NFL:

  • Jake Matthews, OT, First Round Grade
  • Johnny Manziel, QB,  First Round Grade
  • Mike Evans, WR, First Round Grade
  • Derel Walker, WR, No Grade Available
  • Ben Malena, RB, No Grade Available
  • Nate Askew, OLB, No Grade Available
  • Nehemiah Hicks, TE, No Grade Available
  • Travis Labhart, WR, No Grade Available
  • Steven Jenkins, OLB, No Grade Available
  • Toney Hurd Jr, CB, No Grade Available
  • Tramain Jacobs, CB, No Grade Available

*Grades and projections courtesy of NFLDraftScout.com

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Topics: NFL Draft, Texas A&M Football

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