Texas A&M football: Aggies most likely to get drafted in 2020

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WR Kendrick Rogers

The Aggies have several candidates at wide receiver who could make it at the next level. Quartney Davis is an obvious choice as he is the leading returning receiver coming back. Davis led all non-tight ends in catches, yards and touchdowns in Jimbo Fisher’s first season. Rogers didn’t put up nearly the kind of numbers Davis did and did most of his damage against Clemson and LSU.

And there in lies most of the point. Rogers was hurt in the middle of the season but healthy at the book ends. He carved up Clemson’s stout defense to the tune of seven catches for 120 yards and two touchdowns and had 53 yards and two touchdowns against LSU’s elite secondary.

Expect a massive bounce back season from Rogers if he’s healthy. He has the prototypical size of an outside receiver in the NFL and tremendous leaping ability and hands to make big plays. Rogers is sometimes compared to Mike Evans, he just had a stroke of bad injury luck and wasn’t able to build on his performance against Clemson.

That will change in 2019, which could lead to him declaring early.