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: Offensive Line

1st Unit (L to R): Trey Zuhn, Ar'maj Reed-Adams, Mark Nabou, Chase Bisontis, Reuben Fatheree
2nd Unit (L to R): Dametrious Crownover, TJ Shanahan, Derrick Graham, Hunter Erb, Colton Thomasson

Another note up front: I am not including Kam Dewberry or Aki Ogunbiyi in these projections, as they will be very limited in the spring due to injury. I am also not including Bryce Foster, as he is participating again in Track and Field this spring. Some may complain that I am doing this but included Donovan Green on the previous slide. To them, I say: I do what I want!

Even if this is the unit that the Aggies ended up with when all is said and done, this bodes well. Zuhn had a great 2023 after playing injured in 2022, Reed-Adams has been getting a lot of buzz in the offseason, Nabou has impressed fans every time he's been on the field, Bisontis is an absolute monster now moving back to his original position, and Fatheree stands to recapture some of the stellar play he showed in 2021.

Even so, this is another place that I could see a lot of movement, depending on how things go. I specifically have my eye on TJ Shanahan, who did not participate last year due to injury. He was an absolute monster in high school, so much so that one recruiting service had him as a top-40 player in the country. I'm really excited to see what he brings to the team when healthy.

Dametrious Crownover is another guy I could see cracking the first team. He played up there some in previous years, and I wouldn't be surprised to see him make an appearance or two at either guard or tackle. Adam Cushing really has an embarrassment of riches to work with this year.

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