Texas A&M Football: Predicting the Aggies’ offensive depth chart for 2022

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Offensive Line


Starter: Bryce Foster (SO)

Backup: Matthew Wykoff (RS FR)


Starters: LG Jordan Spasojevic-Moko (RS SO), RG Layden Robinson (RS JR)

Backups: Josh Bankhead (RS SO), Kam Dewberry (FR)


Starters: LT Trey Zuhn III (RS FR), RT Reuben Fatheree II (SO)

Backups: Dametrious Crownover (RS FR), Luke Williams (RS FR)

The offensive line is very solid in terms of its’ starters. The depth, however, is a bit of a concern. The fact that no upperclassmen are in the second unit doesn’t make this group look very good, and there are just many unknowns about these young players.

At the center spot, Bryce Foster held his own very well last season as a freshman. He now comes back and is poised for a big step in terms of development. Matthew Wykoff was impressive in a very small sample size last season; the hope really is that he doesn’t have to step on the field much next season.

The guard unit brings back an All-SEC Second Team selection in Layden Robinson and an unproven Jordan Spasojevic-Moko. Robinson has the chance to not only be an All-American this season, but even a Day 2 NFL draft pick. JSM had only 34 snaps last season and fared pretty well for the most part, but obviously we will see how he does with an increased workload. Josh Bankhead and Kam Dewberry both have hardly stepped on the field, so I expect them to be next in line.

The tackle situation has the potential to be pretty solid this season. Starting at left tackle should be Trey Zuhn III. He didn’t get much run last season, but he looked good when he got the chance. Reuben Fatherhee II should end up the starting right tackle once again, after doing so last season. Fatherhee did well run blocking last season, and did decent in the pass game, however the latter could use improvement after allowing 14 pressures last season.

As for the backup tackles, there is a lot of worry on my end with Luke Williams and Dametrious Crownover in the second unit. It’s more of an inexperience issue for me, as they have a combined one snap in their collegiate careers.