Texas A&M Football: Predicting the two-deep depth chart for 2018 season

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Texas A&M football is 10 days away, and in the days leading up to the Aggie opener we’re answering the 50 biggest questions for the 2018 season.

We’re. Almost. To. Single. Digits. That’s right, Ags, Texas A&M football is getting ever so closer, and you know what that means.

Or, maybe you don’t.

But, I’m here to help. The Aggies have been going through fall camp since the beginning of the month, and based on the limited amount of information coming out of the mostly closed practices, we have gotten a glimpse at who could be the starters for the 2018 season.

Of course, most of you already know who most of the starters will be, given A&M has so many returning. The Aggies have eight offensive and eight defensive players coming back from the 2017 team that finished 7-6. That doesn’t exactly mean they will be the talk of the conference, but it does mean they have an experienced roster.

Experience can go a long way when talent is equal.

Jimbo Fisher has not declared a starting quarterback yet. It is the most important decision he will make this year and he’s taking his sweet time to do it. Every time he is asked he gives the same answer: he’s confident in both players.

As maddening as that is, it does shed some light on how much the two quarterbacks are pushing each other to get better. With the experience coming back and some excellent young players from the 2018 recruiting class, hopefully guys are getting pushed at every position.

With that, let’s dive into our projected depth chart for the Northwestern State game.