Texas A&M Football leads the state of Texas in returning production for the 2023 season

Well, well, well, look what we have here! the 2023 Texas A&M Football team reportedly not only leads the SEC next season in returning production at an 80% mark but according to Texas Football Life, Head coach Jimbo Fisher’s squad leads every Division 1 college football team in Texas with 80% returning production as well.

This is surprising to most after the offseason the Aggies endured, losing over two dozen players to the transfer portal, yet still retaining a majority of their historically talented 2022 recruiting class. With key veterans such as Ainias Smith, Demani Richardson, Fadil Diggs, and Layden Robinson returning for their final season, Head coach Jimbo Fisher knows that if any year was supposed to be “their year”, 2023 is calling Texas A&M’s name.

What jumps out the most from the production stat has to be the offensive and defensive lines, returning nearly every starter in the trenches, including all five starters on the O-line from last season. In contrast, defensive tackles McKinnley Jackson and Shemar Turner, and EDGE Fadil Diggs make up a ferocious defensive front.

After the Aggies failed to live up to every pre-season measure last season going 5-7, and 2-6 in the SEC, it’s okay to be excited about the potential next season holds because there’s nowhere to go up at this point.

Contact/Follow us @AggiesWire on Twitter, and like our page on Facebook to follow ongoing coverage of Texas A&M news, notes, and opinions. Follow Cameron on Twitter: @CameronOhnysty

More Football!

Texas A&M Aggies wide receiver Jalen Preston announces unique NIL deal

Five questions ahead of Texas A&M Spring Football

Texas Aggies Football: Kyle Field considered one of 2023's most intimidating home stadiums

Story originally appeared on Aggies Wire