Projected Texas A&M football offense depth chart ahead of spring football practice

Here’s how we see the two-deep stacking up for Texas A&M football come springtime.

Dec 27, 2023; Houston, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Marcel Reed (10) runs and scores a
Dec 27, 2023; Houston, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Marcel Reed (10) runs and scores a / Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports
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Projecting Texas A&M football's depth chart: Wide Receiver

WR1: Jahdae Walker, Noah Thomas, Moose Muhammad
WR2: Cyrus Allen, Micah Tease, Jabre Barber
WR3: Izaiah Williams, Wesley Watson

It should be noted up front that this does not yet include Terry Bussey or Ashton Bethel-Roman, both of whom won't be on campus until this summer. It should also be noted that situational usage will be a big player here: none of the guys on the top line are a true slot guy in the same way Ainias was (though Moose often played in that role), and none of the guys listed on the 2-line are true X receivers in the way Noah is.

One thing I am very sure about is that Jahdae Walker will be a starter, come hell or high water. His contributions down the stretch of last season portend an extremely bright future. He showed not only reliability, but astonishing talent as well.

Thomas will be hard to keep off the field as well. His size and speed combo will be deadly against any team in the nation, as we saw before he got hurt this past season. He's a monster in the red zone.

With Moose, the ability is unquestioned. For him, it's been the consistency. After several years on campus, you'd hope that he is able to pull it all together and have a breakout year in 2024—it would certainly go a long way for this Texas A&M football team.

One guy I'm keeping my eye on from that lower echelon is Jabre Barber. He fills the Ainias role better than anyone else on the depth chart, and so I could see him making a run at a starting spot before all is said and done.