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Texas A&M Aggies 2021 College Football Team Breakdown (Depth Chart, Schedule & Betting Preview)

Matt Gajewski



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No. 6 Texas A&M Aggies

2020 Record: 9-1
Returning Starters: Offense No. 6, Defense No. 9
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Key Metrics and Personnel

  • Head Coach — Jimbo Fisher
  • Offensive Coordinator — Darrell Dickey
  • Defensive Coordinator — Mike Elko
  • Points/Game — 32.6 (33rd)
  • Plays/Game — 68.4 (93rd)
  • Pass Rate — 45.03% (79th)
  • Yards/Att R — 5.5 (12th)
  • Yards/Att P — 7.8 (50th)
  • Yards/Att Allowed R — 3.3 (10th)
  • Yards Att Allowed P — 7.3 (57th)
  • Points Allowed/Game — 21.7 (26th)
  • Vegas Win Total — 9.5 Over +105, Under -125


Jimbo Fisher enters his fourth season as A&M’s head coach. He is 26-10. He is the previous coach of Florida State. He leaves that program with an 83-23 record. Darrell Dickey is the current offensive coordinator. He has been in place since 2018. Mike Elko has been in place as the defensive coordinator for that same amount of time.

Recruiting Class: No. 8

Five Star Recruits:

  • Shemar Turner — DL6

Other Top Recruits:

  • Tunmise Adeleye — No. 9 DL
  • L.J. Johnson — RB No. 5
  • Bryce Foster — No. 5 iOL
  • Shadrach Banks — No. 18 WR
  • Marcus Burris — No. 21 DL
  • Reuben Fatheree — No. 16 OT
  • Eli Stowers — No. 19 QB
  • Elijah Jeudy — No. 14 Edge
  • Jahzion Harris — No. 15 Edge
  • Deuce Harmon — No. 15 CB
  • Amari Daniels — No. 16 RB
  • Jardin Gilbert — No. 18 S
  • Dreyden Norwood — No. 24 CB
  • Yulkeith Brown — No. 16 ATH
  • Tyler Zuhn — No. 20 OT


  • Jahmir Johnson (Tennessee — OT)

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Texas A&M Aggies Depth Charts

Offense: 6 Returning Starters

  • QB: Haynes King, Zach Calzada
  • RB: Isaiah Spiller, Devon Achane, Ernest Crownover
  • WR1: Caleb Chapman, Chase Lane
  • WR2: Demond Demas, Hezekiah Jones
  • WR3: Ainias Smith, Moose Muhammad
  • TE: Jalen Wydermyer, Baylor Cupp
  • LT: Kenyon Green, Blake Trainor
  • LG: Layden Robinson, Josh Bankhead
  • C: Luke Matthews, Smart Chibuzo
  • RG: Akinola Ogunbiyi, Derick Hunter
  • RT: Jahmir Johnson, Chris Morris

Defense: 9 Returning Starters

  • Edge: DeMarvin Leal
  • DT: Isaiah Raikes
  • DT: McKinney Jackson
  • Edge: Michael Clemons
  • LB: Aaron Hansford
  • LB: Edgerrin Cooper
  • CB: Myles Jones
  • CB: Jaylon Jones
  • CB-N Antonio Johnson
  • S: Leon O’Neal
  • S: Demani Richardson
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Texas A&M Aggies Breakdown

Texas A&M went 9-1 last year, with their only loss coming to Alabama (52-24). They won by single digits against Vanderbilt (17-12) and Florida (41-38). The rest of their games were double-digit wins. This year, they return six starters on offense and nine on defense.

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Texas A&M 2021 Football Schedule

  • Sept. 4 Kent State 8:00 p.m. Home
  • Sept. 11 Colorado 3:30 p.m. Neutral
  • Sept. 18 New Mexico 12:00 p.m. Home
  • Sept. 25 Arkansas 1:00 p.m. Neutral
  • Oct. 2 Mississippi State 1:00 p.m. Home
  • Oct. 9 Alabama 1:00 p.m. Home
  • Oct. 16 Missouri 1:00 p.m. Away
  • Oct. 23 South Carolina 1:00 p.m. Home
  • Nov. 6 Auburn 1:00 p.m. Home
  • Nov. 13 Mississippi 12:00 p.m. Away
  • Nov. 20 Prairie View A&M 12:00 p.m. Home
  • Nov. 27 LSU 12:00 p.m. Away

Texas A&M Betting Outlook

Texas A&M has easy non-conference games against Kent State, Colorado, New Mexico and Prairie View A&M. In conference they draw easier games against Mississippi State, Arkansas, South Carolina, Missouri and Auburn. From there, they face Alabama at home and LSU/Mississippi on the road. They should win 10 games, but this is a sharp line.

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Matt Gajewski graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in Economics. Matt has worked in the fantasy industry for the past four years, focusing on DFS and Sports Betting. Matt specializes in NFL, College Football, College Basketball, XFL, and MMA. With GPP victories across the major sports, Matt also qualified for the DraftKings 2020 Sports Betting Championship and won a seat to the College Basketball Tourney Mania final.

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