Texas A&M Football’s all-time quarterbacks, No. 7-4
7. Stephen McGee: With a handful of incredible predecessors, Stephen McGee often gets lost in the shuffle when talking about Texas A&M’s all-time best quarterbacks. McGee was another great dual-threat quarterback who could rely on his legs when his arm wasn’t working. He accounted for over 7,000 total yards in his career despite missing a large chunk of his senior season.
6. Jerrod Johnson: Jerrod Johnson was the leader in many Aggies statistical categories by the time he finished his career with Texas A&M. That said, the end of his time as the Aggies’ starter was riddled with inaccurate passes, leading to him being replaced by a player that you’ll read about later on this list. Johnson stands at the second spot in all-time yards and touchdown passes at TAMU to a player that you’ll read about later on this page.
5. Bucky Richardson: Rewind about 30 years and Bucky Richardson would be fighting for the top spot on this list. Besides his cool name, he was actually a very strong quarterback for the Aggies. His passing numbers look… well, awful. That said, he was an elite runner with the ball. Passing was secondary for a rare dual-threat quarterback in the late 80s and early 90s.
4. Kellen Mond: Kellen Mond is the Aggies’ most recent starting quarterback and the golden standard of consistency and leadership. In his career, he put up efficient numbers with 71 touchdowns, 27 interceptions, and nearly 10,000 total yards passing. He is the all-time leader in touchdowns and passing yards and will go down as one of the greatest in Texas A&M history.