Every Texas A&M football player who is invited to the NFL Combine

Jalen Wydermyer, Texas A&M Football Mandatory Credit: Sam Craft/Pool Photo-USA TODAY Sports
Jalen Wydermyer, Texas A&M Football Mandatory Credit: Sam Craft/Pool Photo-USA TODAY Sports /

The Texas A&M football team didn’t have the most glorious 2021 season but one thing was undeniable — the Aggies had one of the most talented rosters in the country. That roster is only getting more talented, as Jimbo Fisher will be welcoming the greatest class of incoming freshmen that the college football world has ever seen in 2022.

But as they say — in with the new, out with the old. Okay — technically, it’s the other way around but that wasn’t as catchy in this context.

Fisher’s elite 2022 class will be replacing an extremely talented group of guys who have been holding down the fort in College Station for the past few seasons. This group included nine total players, which gives A&M the fourth-most combine invitations out of all college football programs. Here are those players.

The Texas A&M football team’s nine invitations stretch across the board

The list of Texas A&M NFL Draft prospects is essentially as you see below. It includes virtually the entire defensive line, with four players from that unit set to be selected in the 2022 NFL Draft. Offensively, the Aggies’ trio of superstars will also appear in the combine.

It’s important to remember that these are combine invitations — some players on this list may choose not to participate.

  • Micheal Clemons, DL
  • Kenyon Green, OL
  • Aaron Hansford, LB
  • Tyree Johnson, DL
  • DeMarvin Leal, DL
  • Leon O’Neal, DB
  • Jayden Peevy, DL
  • Isaiah Spiller, RB
  • Jalen Wydermyer, TE

Virtually every player on this list is important to watch, though a few stick out as names to keep an eye on. One of those players is Jalen Wydermyer, who could sneak his way into the first round with a good performance at the combine. He’s been the SEC’s most consistent tight end over the past three seasons — he just needs to prove it again.

Micheal Clemons, Tyree Johnson, and Jayden Peevy are a trio of defensive linemen who could hugely benefit from strong combine performances. None of these players are currently considered high-priority draft picks, so they’ll look to use this as an opportunity to get their names on the map.

Isaiah Spiller’s combine performance actually doesn’t feel overly important. The Aggie runningback has never been particularly fast or strong. His strengths revolve more around his vision and elusiveness, two things that are tough to measure in a combine setting. If there’s somebody who can get away with having an off day, it’s Spiller.

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