Five Texas A&M football players with the most to prove in spring football

Which Texas A&M football players have the most to show in this spring football session?

Sep 23, 2023; College Station, Texas, USA; Texas A&M Aggies wide receiver Moose Muhammad III (7)
Sep 23, 2023; College Station, Texas, USA; Texas A&M Aggies wide receiver Moose Muhammad III (7) / Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports
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Texas A&M football players with the most to prove in spring: Gabriel Brownlow-Dindy

Dindy is an interesting case. He is one of the most intimidating guys, based purely on physical profile, on the field no matter what field he's on. He's absolutely huge and extremely powerful—not to mention shockingly quick and light on his feet.

That said, he has been unable to crack the defensive line rotation for the Aggies. Why? Well, he's had a couple of injuries, and Jimbo could become a bit intransigent with the depth chart at times, so even when he was healthy it didn't seem that there wasn't much of an opportunity to move up.

According to Elko, GBD is still limited here at the beginning of spring practice. There's no word on the nature of the injury, but if it's a short-term thing that allows him to return sooner rather than later, that will be huge for him.

He's now a third-year player, and he has the potential to break out any time. He is one of the most obvious five-star evaluations I've ever seen, given his physical gifts. By all accounts, he is a plus in the locker room and a high-character guy as well. He's one that is easy to root for.

That's why I'm hopeful he can put it together this spring. Put the injuries behind him and begin to emerge. There's certainly space to do so when it comes to the middle of the Aggie defensive line. Imagine a fully-realized Dindy alongside David Hicks, bookended by Shemar Turner and Nic Scourton. What a monster group that would be to deal with!

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