A few of the Texas A&M football team’s top prospects will instantly improve this Aggie football team
Jake Johnson, 2022’s top TE: Johnson’s overall rating doesn’t look as impressive as it should — he’s the 2022 class’s top tight end. Oh, and he’ll be joining his brother, Max Johnson, in Aggieland next week. With the departure of Jalen Wydermyer, Johnson could find immediate playing time in an Aggie tight end room that doesn’t have a clear favorite to start in 2022. Either way, he should be able to settle in quickly with the help of his brother.
Bryce Anderson, 4-star S: Demani Richardson will be around for another year, while Leon O’Neal will be gone in 2022. This could give Anderson an opportunity at some early playing time at the safety position, a spot that often sees players thrive as underclassmen. Anderson is hyper-athletic and played in the Under Armor All-American game. He’s one of the most underrated additions to this team.
Anthony Lucas, 4-star DL: Speaking of underrated additions, I present to you: Anthony Lucas. The 6’4.5″, 275-pound defensive lineman gets lost in the shuffle with names like Walter Nolen and Gabriel Brownlow-Dindy, but Lucas could have an early impact on this team. He has the advantage of being on campus early and could be the readiest defensive lineman in this class, at least physically speaking.