Texas A&M football: One player that could make All-SEC at each position

Nick Starkel, Texas A&M Football (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
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Texas A&M football will have its fair share of star players in the 2018 football season; here is one player at every position that could make All SEC.

Texas A&M football is being picked by most college football experts to finish around the middle of the pack in the SEC. They have a very tough schedule, and getting to double digit wins will not come easy for first-year head coach Jimbo Fisher.

Still, he’s not inheriting a roster void of talent. If Kevin Sumlin was successful at one thing in his six seasons, it was recruiting.

Athlon Sports recently released a prediction of all four All-SEC teams, and the Aggies are represented well on the list. Trayveon Williams, Tyrel Dodson, Landis Durham and Daniel LaCamera all made the second team, Erik McCoy made the third team and Jhamon Ausbon, Kingsley Keke, Otaro Alaka and Donovan Wilson made the fourth team.

Interestingly, they predicted Tua Tagovailoa from Alabama would be the first-team quarterback. Tagovailoa was a five-star recruit from the 2017 class who was inserted at halftime of the national championship game and led the Tide back to win the title in overtime. That was his only real action and Saban has yet to name a starter for 2018.

Nick Starkel (or Kellen Mond) faces stiff competition for the four quarterback spots. Along with Tagovailoa, Heisman candidates Drew Lock from Missouri, Auburn’s Jarrett Stidham and Mississippi State’s Nick Fitzgerald made up the other three.

Many of the Aggie names above will make this list, but this is the most likely candidate to make any one of the All-SEC teams at each position: