Texas A&M Football: 3 New Mexico players to keep an eye on in Week 3 matchup

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Texas A&M Football Week 2 players to watch: New Mexico WR Mannie Logan-Greene

New Mexico actually doesn’t have a very threatening wide receiver room at all. I don’t say that for the sole purpose of being disrespectful — their pass-catchers just had a really rough year last season. Still, there is one player worth watching who could cause some issues for the Texas A&M Football team.

That player is Emmanuel “Mannie” Logan-Greene.

Mannie Logan-Greene isn’t the type of player who will torch you for a deep catch too often, though he was on the receiving end of a 58-yarder against New Mexico State. That said, New Mexico State has one of the worst secondaries in the country — compared to Texas A&M, they look like they’re playing with a team of 12-year olds.

The former UCF wide receiver averages just 10.5 yards per catch in his career.

Mannie Logan-Greene’s real value to the New Mexico Lobos will likely come in the form of relatively short chunk passes. He is the Lobos’ number one option, and as a result, he’ll likely be the trickiest player to cover.

Still, when it comes to aerial threats, Texas A&M will have more difficult players on the horizon. The real threat is the player on the next slide.