These are the elite Texas A&M Football players in the NFL, according to Madden 22
WR Mike Evans, 91 Overall: If anything, Mike Evans could also be considered one of the more disrespected players on this list.
Evans is coming off of his 7th consecutive 1,000-yard season in the NFL. For those counting, that’s every season for him. In 2020, he pulled in 13 touchdown receptions, the most of his career. Johnny Manziel’s favorite receiver is now Tom Brady’s favorite receiver and he is continuing to put up the numbers to prove it.
In all likelihood, he’ll continue to be slept on. His rating could easily be closer to the coveted 99 overall.
LB Von Miller, 93 Overall: Von Miller is in the opposite situation as Ryan Tannehill. His 93 rating is almost entirely based on what he has done in the past as opposed to what he is doing in the present. Realistically speaking, we haven’t seen an elite version of Miller since the 2018 season, largely due to injuries.
Miller, however, remains one of the best linebackers of his generation, thus the 93 rating.
DE Myles Garrett, 98 Overall: This is the most accurate and arguably the most deserved rating on this list. Myles Garrett has spent his four years in the NFL proving himself as one of the league’s best defensive ends.
Garrett has accumulated 42.5 sacks and forced 10 fumbles thus far, including a 12-sack, 4-forced fumble season in 2020. Simply put, he’s arguably the best player at his position in the entire NFL. Garrett will spend 2021 playing his best football and reaching for a 99 overall rating.