Texas A&M football: Behind enemy lines with FanSided’s Clemson writer

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GEG: Which player on Texas A&M’s team do you fear the most?

RTR: I think one big misunderstanding the national media have about Texas A&M is the talent. The Aggies have recruited really well for a long time and now have Jimbo Fisher working with a ton of four and five star guys.

On offense, I really like Jhamon Ausbon and Trayveon Williams. I think Ausbon could give Clemson fits in the secondary and that’s the recipe you need for beating the Tiger defense. If Texas A&M can get the ball to Ausbon, and a plethora of other talented wide outs, they should be able to put up some points and stay competitive.

Defensively, Texas A&M has a ton a talented guys, but the guy I like most is Kinglsey Keke. In 2017, Clemson’s offensive line was inconsistent to say the least. If you look back at that Alabama loss, you’ll see what I’m talking about.

Keke may have a chance to test those offensive tackles and see if he can make a difference by getting in the backfield and creating havoc. If I have to pick one player I fear most, it has to be Keke for his ability to disrupt an offense.