The Texas A&M Football team has a handful of benchwarmers, each capable of playing at a high level
Even though the Aggies are generally thought of as being a school with elite quarterbacks, they still have guys who aren’t starter quality. Every team in the conference has a decent amount of depth and Jimbo Fisher’s squad is no exception.
T-7. Reinard Britz and Cooper McCollum: Neither Reinard Britz and Cooper McCollum are players that will receive any significant playing time while they’re in College Station. Both were unranked in high school but will hold strong roles as practice players for the starters to get reps in with.
Britz is a pro-style quarterback, while McCollum was a track star in high school, so he likely represents a more athletic QB in practices. Unless some sort of four-quarterback injury pileup happens, neither of these guys will play a snap. Both are walk-ons.
6. Zach Daniel: Zach Daniel doesn’t fit in with the other quarterbacks listed here. The former Hawaii football quarterback was an extremely strong quarterback at the high school level, earning a national rank and an offer to play at Hawaii.
This wouldn’t work out, as Daniel would eventually transfer out, landing him at Texas A&M. He joined the team as a preferred walk-on, though he’ll have dreams to become a scholarship player and potential starter. It’s not extremely likely that he becomes a starter one day, but there is technically a chance.