Texas A&M 2012 Recruiting Class Superlatives

The signed LOI's are in, and after a busy week of last minute losses and gains, it's time to look at the superlatives of the Aggies' 2012 recruiting class. Aggie Websider's David Sandhop takes a closer look at the 2012 class and breaks down who is the most underrated, most ready to contribute, biggest surprises and disappointments, and much, much more.

The signed LOI's are in, and after a busy week of last minute losses and gains, it's time to look at the superlatives of the Aggies' 2012 recruiting class. The Aggie Websider takes a closer look at the 2012 class and breaks down who is the most underrated, most ready to contribute, biggest surprises and disappointments, and much, much more.


Most underrated offensive player in the class

1) WR Derel Walker

2) WR Sabian Holmes


Most underrated defensive player in the class

1) DL Alonzo Williams

2) LB Jordan Richmond


Most ready to play as a freshman

1) RB Trey Williams

2) WR Thomas Johnson


Prospect most needed to contribute as a freshman

1) DB Kenneth Marshall

2) DL Edmund Ray


Prospect with the highest ceiling

1) QB Matt Davis

2) DL Polo Manukainiu


Prospect most likely to play in the NFL

1) OL Mike Matthews

2) OL Germain Ifedi


Biggest surprise that they stuck with their commitment

1) DL Alonzo Williams

2) DB Tremaine Jacobs


Biggest JUCO target that got away

1) DL Damien Jacobs

2) RB Marion Grice


Biggest high school target that got away

1) DL Javonte Magee

2) LB Denzel Devall


Biggest loss in this recruiting class

1) OL Michael Wilson

2) DB Corey Thompson


Biggest switch in this recruiting class

1) WR Thomas Johnson

2) DB Devante Harris


Position most improved by this class

1) wide receiver

2) defensive back


Position of greatest need in the 2013 class

1) interior defensive line

2) safety

3) offensive tackle

4) inside linebacker

5) running back

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