One of two JUCO offensive linemen in Texas A&M's 2014 recruiting class, junior Avery Gennesy is the odds-on favorite to grab the starting tackle spot opposite of Germain Ifedi on the Aggie offensive line.
Zarrian Holcombe preparing for the fall, arrival at A&M
Since his commitment to Texas A&M, 2016 Summer Creek tight end Zarrian Holcombe has poured his full energy into self-improvement and transitioning his skills to college. In the meantime, he's casting an optimistic eye toward Aggieland.
Kirby Clarke, TexAgs
Positions of Power: Ranking the SEC's best special teams units
The game of football's all-important third phase often flies under the radar, but determines multiple outcomes every year in the Southeastern Conference. Which SEC teams enter the 2015 season with strong kick, punt and return trios?
The Season Ahead: The SEC's best game in Week Five
Two of the SEC's perennial powers clashing for the first time since their classic 2012 conference title tilt, powered by stellar running games and two of the league's best coaches. It may tell us a great deal about who takes the crown in 2015.
Lindsay Crouch, TexAgs
Aggies land former five-star DB, UCLA transfer Priest Willis
Kevin Sumlin, John Chavis and the Texas A&M defense received a major boost Thursday when former top prospect in Arizona and one-time UCLA defensive back Priest Willis chose the Aggies over Oklahoma State. He will be eligible for action starting in 2016.