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

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Wide Receivers & Tight Ends

Starting Outside Receivers- Jhamon Ausbon, Quartney Davis

The only real guarantee from the wide receivers is Jhamon Ausbon will be one of the starters on the outside. After that it’s anyone’s guess. However, one of the surprises from fall camp practices has been Quartney Davis, who’s been running with the first team offense since the second week of camp.

He has received praise from coach Fisher, Ausbon, and Camron Buckley. Davis certainly had the tools coming out of high school, but an ACL tear his freshman year derailed the first two years of his career. He has gone from a no-show all of 2017 and the 2018 spring game to practicing with the first team in a matter of months.

Backup Outside Receivers – Hezekiah Jones, Kendrick Rogers

Jones has been backing up Ausbon in camp and Rogers can be one of the Aggies biggest red zone threats this season. Texas A&M has the chance to go six or seven deep at wide receiver this year, which could make them very explosive.

Slot Receiver – Camron Buckley, Roshauud Paul

Buckley has been lining up with the first team in the slot and all over the field, but expect Paul to get in the mix as well. Paul could also been the starting return man.

Tight End – Jace Sternberger, Trevor Wood

Sternberger is the offense’s X-factor this year. But the backup will also get into the mix as Fisher loves to run double tight end sets. Wood is another transfer who looks like a beast at 6-foot-6, 265 pounds.