Texas A&M Football: Spring 2018 wide receiver depth chart

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Second String

With 12 scholarship receivers on the roster heading into 2018, breaking down the top six was very tough.  I will get some flack for the second team, but I’m going off what I saw in 2017.

Here’s the projected second team which will look more like the first team until everyone is on campus.

Kendrick Rogers should see more action in 2018 than he did in 2017. Rogers hauled in 11 catches last season including three in the bowl game against Wake Forest. At 6-foot-3 and 210 pounds, he should use his size and strength to overpower smaller corners.

Roshauud Paul will most likely be a starter, but at this point I’m not ready to put him there. Paul played in 10 games in 2017 catching 16 passes. Look for Paul to be a major player in the kick and punt return game.

Aaron Hansford in my opinion left a lot to be desired in 2017. Whether he played receiver or tight end, he did not contribute to the level we all thought he should. I expect Hansford to bounce back and have a big 2018 in the new offense.